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F1 2010,
jenson button,
lewis hamilton,
mark webber,
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michael schumacher,
red bull racing,
sebastian vettel,
Spanish GP 2010

Webber wins, Lewis left deflated

Mark Webber confirmed the Circuit de Catalunya’s reputation for rewarding polesitters by becoming the first driver to win from the front of the grid in five races in 2010.

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F1 2010,
fernando alonso,
ferrari,
renault,
robert kubica

Kubica off to Ferrari?

Robert Kubica has signed an ‘option’ to compete for Ferrari in the 2011 F1 World Championship, according to reports in Italy.

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F1 2010,
jenson button,
lewis hamilton,
Spanish GP 2010

Spanish GP: free practice times (1)

Lewis Hamilton leads McLaren 1-2, and Mercedes 1-2-3, in opening practice for Spanish GP.

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F1 2010,
fernando alonso,
lewis hamilton,
mark webber,
red bull racing,
sebastian vettel,
Spanish GP 2010

Barcelona: on board with Vettel

With the knotty exception of the actually-turning-pole-positions-into-race-wins thingy, Red Bull does F1 better than anyone else.

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F1 2010,
Flavio Briatore,
jenson button,
mclaren

Briatore: Button has been lucky

Flavio Briatore has fired a broadside at his former employee and current F1 2010 World Championship leader Jenson Button, claiming the driver’s successes this season have been achieved through ‘luck’ and contending that the defending world champion is ‘not among the five quickest drivers’ in the top flight.

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F1 2010,
Mercedes GP,
michael schumacher,
Sir Stirling Moss

Moss: Schumi should quit

Michael Schumacher is ‘past it’ and is only going to ‘damage his achievements’ by persisting with his disastrous F1 comeback, according to racing legend Sir Stirling Moss.

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Chinese GP 2010,
F1 2010,
Mercedes GP,
michael schumacher,
Nico Rosberg

Has Schumi lost it?

Record-breaking multiple F1 world champion Michael Schumacher was a frustrated man at the end of the Chinese GP on Sunday, after only finishing tenth and scoring a single solitary point.

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Chinese GP 2010,
F1 2010,
jenson button,
lewis hamilton,
mclaren

Tyre change cost me, says Lewis

Lewis Hamilton has admitted he was wrong to switch to intermediate tyres in the early stages of Sunday’s Chinese GP, although he was still pleased to help McLaren take an ‘incredible’ one-two result.

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