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‘Everything’s cool’ between Lewis, Alonso

Lewis Hamilton says he has now completely cleared the air with former McLaren team-mate Fernando Alonso, in the wake of the explosive safety car controversy in Valencia and the pair’s subsequent public war of words.

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Flavio lays into Lewis

Lewis Hamilton should have been disqualified from the European GP in Valencia last weekend for his safety car transgression. That’s the opinion of disgraced former Renault boss Flavio Briatore.

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Webber relieved after ‘nasty’ crash

Red Bull’s Mark Webber was lucky to walk away uninjured from the European GP at Valencia in Spain after his race came to a violent end early on.

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Alonso fumes at ‘manipulated’ race

Fernando Alonso and Ferrari have launched a scathing attack on the stewards at the European GP, with the Spaniard claiming that the race was ‘manipulated’ and that he was penalised for ‘respecting the rules’.

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sebastian vettel

Vettel wins European GP

Sebastian Vettel was able to cruise to victory around the circuit surrounding Valencia’s Americas Cup harbour after his rivals took themselves out of the European GP fight.

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Vettel on Valencia pole

Sebastian Vettel re-asserted Red Bull’s authority in qualifying today for the European GP by claiming his fourth pole position of the season.

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European GP: Alonso quickest in practice

Two-time F1 world champion Fernando Alonso led the way today in second practice for this weekend’s European GP in Valencia. Alonso was quickest throughout much of the second session in his Ferrari F10 and in the end his best time, a 1min39.283secs, was just enough to keep him ahead of Sebastian Vettel, who was just […]

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