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Chinese GP: Toro Rosso goes bang

Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton did little to dispel the belief that McLaren could have an advantage in the Chinese GP, but their performance in opening practice was overshadowed by a frightening crash suffered by Toro Rosso’s Sebastien Buemi.

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Chinese GP: free practice times (1)

Jenson Button leads ways in opening practice in Shanghai, but Sebastien Buemi’s crash steals headlines. 1. Jenson Button Britain McLaren-Mercedes 1m 36.677s 2. Nico Rosberg Germany Mercedes-Mercedes 1m 36.748s 3. Lewis Hamilton Britain McLaren-Mercedes 1m 36.775s 4. Michael Schumacher Germany Mercedes-Mercedes 1m 37.509s 5. Sebastian Vettel Germany Red Bull-Renault 1m 37.601s 6. Robert Kubica Poland […]

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Video: Webber’s guide to Shanghai

Watch title contender Mark Webber lap the Shanghai circuit in Red Bull’s F1 simulator…

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Lotus looking forward to China

Lotus Racing chief Mike Gascoyne sees no reason why the team cannot continue its solid start to life in Formula 1 as the season rolls on to the fourth and final ‘flyaway’ round before heading back to Europe in May.

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Brawn bullish in China

Mercedes GP boss Ross Brawn has refused to rule either of his drivers out of the 2010 F1 title race, despite others in the sport discounting the Silver Arrows after just three races.

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Alonso: don’t write off Schumi

Fernando Alonso says it would be foolish to discount Michael Schumacher from winning the world championship, despite the German’s disastrous start to the 2010 F1 campaign. Some 28 points separate the two drivers after three races, as Schumi struggles to re-acclimatise to life in the top flight with Mercedes after three years of retirement. The […]

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McLaren in suspension U-turn

McLaren have abandoned work on a ride-height adjustment system after the FIA, F1’s governing body, warned recently that any such development would be considered illegal.

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Schumi: give me time

Michael Schumacher has backed up the claims of his Mercedes paymasters by admitting that, while things have not gone to plan so far, he has no intention of quitting Formula 1.

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