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F1: We’re off in Australia! And Lewis goes fastest in practice…

If you were up all night like any good F1 fan, you will know by now your F1 has changed. The same teams in the same colours (mostly) and possibly in the same positions (we’ll come to that). But everything else is different; the noise, the numbers, the lines, the endless lairy oversteer moments, the […]

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F1: will teams boycott Oz practice?

Out in Australia, the F1 community appears to be preparing for some kind of apocalypse.

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Yes! Williams F1 gets Martini livery

Just ten days to go now, and Williams has already won the first of this year’s titles. The new Williams Martini Racing FW36 has to be the best looking car on the grid, surely? This morning, after weeks and weeks of hoaxes disseminated via Twitter, Williams and Martini officially launched what must be the most […]

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Rosberg and Merc on top in Bahrain

Somewhere out there this evening Ross Brawn and Martin Whitmash, the former Team Principals of AMG Mercedes and McLaren Mercedes, are nursing a half pint and whole lot of bitter.

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Hamilton tops Bahrain timesheets

We hate to be the ringing in Red Bull’s ear but… there are just five days of testing left to get the RB10 working. Just three weeks on Sunday before you have to race it.

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McLaren set the pace in Bahrain

So we’re at the half way stage in the pre-season test. With just six more days of testing before the first race, there’s every reason to believe we are in for a very different season of F1 motor racing than the last four.

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Force India and Merc top Bahrain F1 test

Red Bull now has just seven track days left to fix the RB10 before the team and Sebastian Vettel begin the defence of their titles. Right now, the omens don’t look good.

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Rally Sweden

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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