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Silverstone 2012: washout

We’re pretty certain the story at Silverstone today didn’t happen on the track. Frankly not much did. The action was in the car parks, or the roads to the car parks where unconfirmed reports had many fans still in the queues while the second Formula One practice session was taking place this afternoon. Or rather […]

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Rosberg scores maiden F1 win

Three races, three winners, three different cars. Oh and this morning in China, a five-lap long battle for second place featuring six cars. Yup; this year’s rules might have meant all those ugly broken noses, but they’ve also created the closest racing since, well, since when do you think? We’re going to get out our […]

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Japanese Grand Prix preview: time to make history

One point. That’s all he needs. The man who’s won nine races so far this season, started on pole for 11 of them and finished no lower than fourth since October last year needs to take just a single point from this weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix to claim his second consecutive Formula One world championship. […]

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Hulkenberg claims Brazilian pole

Nico Hulkenberg upset the remaining F1 championship contenders by claiming Williams’ first pole position in five years ahead of the Brazilian Grand Prix at Interlagos.

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Alonso takes home victory for Ferrari

Fernando Alonso ingratiated himself further with the tifosi by winning first time out for Ferrari at the Italian Grand Prix, but the Spaniard was made to work for his spoils by the McLaren of reigning world champion Jenson Button.

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Vettel takes Hungarian GP pole

Sebastian Vettel claimed his fourth pole in a row and his seventh of the season today, as Red Bull Racing enjoyed probably its most dominant qualifying of the year ahead of this Sunday’s F1 2010 Hungarian Grand Prix.

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Hamilton: “We need to qualify higher to win”

Lewis Hamilton has echoed team-mate and F1 World Championship-winning successor Jenson Button in stressing the need for McLaren-Mercedes to improve its qualifying performance if it is to continue its victorious Albert Park form into the coming races in 2010 and successfully challenge for the crown.

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Button: give F1 a chance

Defending champion Jenson Button insists that 2010 still has the ingredients needed for a ‘fantastic F1 season’, despite the disappointing spectacle that was the Bahrain GP.

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