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Fri 27 Mar 2015
Lowe fearful of engine change for HamiltonHeadline

Lowe fearful of engine change for Hamilton

Mercedes technical director Paddy Lowe hopes that his team won’t be forced into changing Lewis Hamilton’s engine after he hit trouble in free practice one.

Thu 26 Mar 2015
Alonso & McLaren: A study in contradictionHeadline

Alonso & McLaren: A study in contradiction

Those who expected the Fernando Alonso-McLaren reunion to be a stormy affair could hardly have predicted that an ill wind would blow so icy, so soon.

Alonso dismisses wild stories about his concussionHeadline

Alonso dismisses wild stories about his concussion

Fernando Alonso has spoken about the concussion injury he sustained in his Barcelona testing crash, and denied he “woke up in 1995” or “speaking Italian”.

Vettel: Ferrari better than 2014 Red Bull Headline

Vettel: Ferrari better than 2014 Red Bull

Sebastian Vettel says he is much happier with this year's Ferrari than he was with the 2014 Red Bull, a car he struggled to come to terms with.

Alonso has Headline

Alonso has "zero concern” over steering issue repeat

Fernando Alonso says he has no worries of encountering another steering problem, like the one he believes caused his big Barcelona testing crash in February.

Toyota unveils 2015 car, signs Kobayashi Headline

Toyota unveils 2015 car, signs Kobayashi

Toyota has signed former Sauber and Caterham F1 driver Kamui Kobayashi as its official test and reserve driver in the 2015 World Endurance Championship.

Ricciardo admits Renault F1 “tension” not helpingHeadline

Ricciardo admits Renault F1 “tension” not helping

Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo has admitted that the off-track war with engine supplier Renault isn’t helping its progress after a dire start to the season in Melbourne.

Red Bull equalisation calls Headline

Red Bull equalisation calls "funny" - Hamilton

World champion Lewis Hamilton says he finds Red Bull's calls for the FIA to rein in Mercedes as "funny", given the success that the team had in previous years.