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Max’s tier drop?

The FIA will ditch the idea of a two-tier F1 championship, but aren’t prepared to budge much on the £40m budget. That’s what seems to have come out of Max ‘n’ Bernie’s Big Budget Cap Meeting.

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Three teams for 2010?

After Lie-gate and Diffuser-gate comes We’re-not-racing-in-a-two-tier-F1-gate, as a number of teams have started ganging up on the FIA with big dirty threats of quitting the show next season.

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mark webber,
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rubens barrichello,
sebastian vettel,
Sebastien Bourdais,
Sebastien Buemi,
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toyota

Spanish class

Jenson Button stormed ahead to the win in Spain, leaving teammate Rubens Barrichello wondering how he threw it all away. Still, Brawn will be happy.

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Kazuki Nakajima,
kimi raikkonen,
lewis hamilton,
Malaysia GP,
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mclaren,
nelson piquet,
Nico Rosberg,
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renault,
rubens barrichello,
sebastian vettel,
Sebastien Bourdais,
Sebastien Buemi,
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williams

Malaysia practice: Ferrari on top

The Ferraris are both back at the top of the time sheets after today’s second practice in Sepang for the Malaysian GP, with Kimi Raikkonen going quickest. But his morning wasn’t without drama. Or smoke. Lots of smoke.

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jenson button,
kimi raikkonen,
lewis,
lewis hamilton,
mclaren,
red bull,
robert kubica,
rubens barrichello,
sebastian vettel,
toyota

Jenson wins!

‘Phoenix from the flames’ is an overused phrase relating to Brawn GP, but it’s no less apt because of it. A Brawn one-two in Australia – who’d have predicted that only a month ago?

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robert kubica,
sebastian vettel,
williams

The true picture?

It’s hard to come to terms with all the stories that have just been generated by that qualifying session! Is your head as muddled as mine? I’ll do my best to un-muddle but it isn’t easy!

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red bull,
rubens barrichello,
sebastian vettel

Over the Button moon

Now that was intense. If you’d have asked me at the end of last year to predict which Brit would be on pole in Australia 2009, I wouldn’t have called it for Jenson Button. But what an amazing story that it is.

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ferrari,
Jarno Trulli,
jenson button,
Keikki Kovalainen,
Kimi Rakkonen,
lewis,
lewis hamilton,
Martin Whitmarsh,
mclaren,
Nico Rosberg,
red bull,
ron dennis,
rubens barrichello,
toyota,
williams

Oz practice

Who’d a thunk it? We’d grown used to the cars and drivers that would top leaders boards in F1 over the last few seasons, but today’s practice times have bucked all that.

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