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Mercedes close to agreeing engine ‘un...

Nov 04, 2014No Comments

Talks over a touted engine ‘unfreeze’ for the 2015 season appear to have taken a dramatic turn. On Monday, media reports in Italy suggested Ferrari,

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Renault denies hiring Mario Illien

Nov 03, 2014No Comments

Renault has denied reports it has recruited renowned former F1 engine guru Mario Illien to help close the gap on dominant Mercedes. Germany’s Auto Motor

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Prost doubts Renault can catch up with Merc...

Oct 29, 2014No Comments

F1 legend Alain Prost doubts struggling engine supplier Renault can catch dominant Mercedes in 2015. Having faltered at the start of the new turbo V6

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Lotus not a big loss for Renault – Ab...

Oct 14, 2014No Comments

Renault boss Cyril Abiteboul insists engine customer Lotus’ impending switch to Mercedes for 2015 is no great loss for the French marque. Struggling Lotus’ long-rumoured

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Rivals pressure Mercedes to agree with engi...

Oct 11, 2014No Comments

Rivals are piling pressure on Mercedes to agree to “unfreeze” engine development in formula one. The German marque has utterly dominated the sport this year

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Total exit not end of Lotus career – ...

Oct 11, 2014No Comments

Romain Grosjean has denied that Lotus’ new Mercedes engine deal makes it less likely he will stay with the Enstone team beyond 2014. On the

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Huge costs could end “freeze” r...

Sep 25, 2014No Comments

Toto Wolff says F1’s struggling teams would be the victims if a push to relax the engine development ‘freeze’ is successful. As Mercedes continues to

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Sixth engine penalty impossible to avoid no...

Sep 20, 2014No Comments

Sebastian Vettel’s bad season continued to get worse even at the Singapore circuit he humbled at the height of his dominant powers. As the German