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Michael Schumacher reportedly “out of coma”

Great news has just arrived. The family of Michael Schumacher has released a statement saying that the seven-time F1 champion is no longer in a coma, and has left intensive care in Grenoble for another hospital.

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TopGear.com: live from Le Mans 2014

NEWEST CONTENT WILL APPEAR AT THE TOP OF THE PAGE.   We’re also posting on our Twitter, Instagram and Facebook accounts throughout – let us know what you want to see @BBC_TopGear —- Sunday 15 June, 18:41 RH: After an exhausting 24 hours of racing, it’s time to check in with our columnist, No.97 Aston Martin Vantage driver Darren Turner. […]

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Sir Jack Brabham dies at 88

Imagine a one-man hybrid of Adrian Newey and Michael Schumacher. This was the impact that racing legend Sir Jack Brabham, who has died aged 88, made in Formula One at his peak.

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This is what happens at the Goodwood Revivial

Inspired by our recent jaunt to the frankly spectacular Goodwood Members Meeting (basically Britain’s greatest car club), we’ve been sucked into a time-wasting lunch hour reverie, watching footage from the public equivalent: the tweed-heavy, Castrol20W/50 fugged Goodwood Revival. So we’ll be posting a series of random moments leading up to the event itself on 12-14 September, […]

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F1: the noise debate continues in Sepang

Bernie Ecclestone rocked up in Sepang this morning and threw himself almost immediately in to the noise debate. “It’s a little louder than we thought,” he told Sky, “If we could just get it up a little more then it will be alright.” Yesterday however Sebastian Vettel didn’t hold back in making his position clear; […]

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Preview: WRC hits Sweden

Snow, titanium tyre studs and one hundred and twenty two feet jumps: it can only be the Swedish Rally, round two of this year’s World Rally Championship. And it’s on telly (well, BT Sport). Defending Champion Sébastien Ogier won the first round, the Monte Carlo, last month, but it was not an altogether convincing victory. […]

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Video: Jaguar D-Type laps Le Mans in 1956

This is it – the best video you’ll see all day. Made in 1956, it’s 1955 Le Mans champion, Mike Hawthorn, giving you live commentary on a lap of La Sarthe while thrashing a Jaguar D-Type. The best bit? This isn’t race day, so there are cyclists, lorries, and cars wobbling into his path… And […]

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Meeke: “You touch the brake pedal and nothing happens”

The WRC got off to a slippery start this weekend, as the weather battered the twisty cols above Monte Carlo. Last year’s champ Sebastien Ogier picked up where he left off with a confident win, followed by local specialist and excellently-named Bryan Bouffier. Hearty congratulations to both. But if we’re honest we weren’t paying much […]

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