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Catch-up time

Jenson Button is gearing up for a tough time retaining his World Championship lead at this weekend’s Spanish GP.

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bernie ecclestone,
british gp,
Donington Park,
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Brit GP threat

The British Grand Prix is once again under threat, as the owners of the Donington circuit begin legal action against the company that has the lease on the venue for the next 150 years.

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Aston Martin F1?

Aston Martin Chairman David Richards has revealed that his Prodrive company is looking to enter Formula One, with a view to taking up one of three available spots open to new teams next year.

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chinese gp,
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mark webber,
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sebastian vettel

Red Bulls in a China op’

Sebastian Vettel landed Red Bull Racing their first Formula One win at the Chinese GP, and as if that wasn’t enough for the Milton Keynes based team, Mark Webber made it a one-two.

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KERS,
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KERS strikes back

All the teams are sorting their Kinetic Energy Recovery Systems for the new rules next year, and you’ve probably heard how a BMW mechanic got zapped by one of their cars during a recent Jerez test. But even if you have, you should still watch this (but be warned, it’s pretty uncomfortable viewing…):

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German GP: job done

What on earth were McLaren doing? The Safety Car was out, Lewis Hamilton was leading and the obvious thing to do was bring him in – along with 95 per cent of the field. But McLaren kept him out.

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German GP: Lewis’ win

With a driver of Lewis Hamilton’s calibre at McLaren, Ferrari must be doing their nut trying to figure out what’s going wrong with their red cars. Both of their drivers underperformed today, and at the Brit GP the team themselves underperformed by getting the strategy all wrong.

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lewis hamilton,
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German GP: Massa’s replacement

For once, I agree with James Allen. Ferrari needs to start wondering whether Felipe Massa has the ability to win an F1 world championship, and they need to have a think about getting someone like Kovalainen or Kubica on the phone.

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