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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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Toyota’s Le Mans car is 4WD

Toyota has broken its silence over this year’s Le Mans car, confirming its 2014 LMP1 competitor is a four-wheel-drive hybrid V8. Meet the new ‘TS040’.

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Day four in Jerez: Red Bull bow out early

Around about lunchtime today, Red Bull gave up on their new RB10. 48 hours after Sebastian Vettel quit the test and 24 hours behind Adrian Newey and Christian Horner, Red Bull packed up the troublesome new F1 hybrid and headed back home to Milton Keynes having achieved fewer laps and less speed in four days […]

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Day three in Jerez: McLaren’s rookie proves himself in testing

Kevin Magnussen (who?), reigning Formula Renault 3.5 (what?) champion today recorded the two fastest times of the new F1 hybrid era (eh?). We kid. We’re fully aware of just who McLaren’s rookie is and how he’s proved over the last eight seasons. We’re just blown away that a man (just, he turned 21 last year), […]

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Schumacher slowly being brought out of coma

There is some cautiously optimistic good news on Michael Schumacher today. One month on from the skiing accident which left the seven time champion with a serious brain injury and in a medically induced coma, news from the hospital is that Schumacher’s sedation is to be reduced to facilitate, in the words of Sabime Kehm, […]

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