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Williams

Williams unveils its 2014 F1 car

So – now we get a real look at 2014 F1 car and more specifically that nose and, like Cyrano turning to face Roxanne for the first time, it’s hard not to be shocked. That is one hell of a conk. Don’t blame the design team at Williams, they are only responding to the rule […]

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Force India VJM07

It’s the 2014 Force India F1 car!

So here’s what we’ll be spending Sundays looking at this year. Ladies and gentleman, it’s your first look at a 2014 F1 car: the Force India-Mercedes VJM07.

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Kobayashi’s back in F1!

After just one year away Kamui Kobayashi is back in F1.

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Kris Meeke

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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Monte Carlo Rally: final report

Maybe it is, as the old line about the French Revolution goes, “too early to tell” whether World Champion Sébastien Ogier was wobbly, or just plain cautious on the first day of the Monte Carlo Rally, his first the defence of his 2013 title.

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Nani Roma wins the Dakar

The Dakar Rally finished in Chile at the weekend. After two weeks, 10,000km and over 50 hours of racing (more than an entire season of F1…), it was won by a chap called Nani Roma. By a mere five minutes.

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Kubica

Kubica dominates early stages of the Monte Carlo Rally

The Monte Carlo rally delivered on its promise from the very first stage early this morning. By the time you were having your coffee, Robert Kubica’s Fiesta had won two stages, Hyundai’s new i20 WRC was on its roof and reigning World Champion Sébastien Ogier was struggling to make the right tyre choices in the […]

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Bernie

Bernie Ecclestone to face bribery charges in Germany

Bernie Ecclestone today announced he will formally stand down from his F1 directorial duties while he prepares to face trial in Munich on bribery charges. Ecclestone says he does not intend to abdicate the day-to-day responsibility for F1, which will no doubt be a comfort to a lot of teams as they hurry to complete […]

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