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Wed 04 Mar 2015
Brundle says Alonso crash saga 'very strange'Headline

Brundle says Alonso crash saga 'very strange'

Former grand prix driver Martin Brundle has labeled Fernando Alonso's accident and the subsequent announcement that he will miss the Australian Grand Prix as a "very strange situation".

Lotus has made a big step, says ChesterHeadline

Lotus has made a big step, says Chester

Lotus technical director Nick Chester is confident that the team has made a big step with the E23, and not just as a result of the timely switch from Renault to Mercedes power.

Tue 03 Mar 2015
Ferrari Headline

Ferrari "on par with Red Bull" ahead of Australian GP

Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne believes the Italian team will be on par with Red Bull when the Formula One season starts in Australia in less than two weeks.

Melbourne fight too close to call - CoulthardHeadline

Melbourne fight too close to call - Coulthard

Former Formula One star David Coulthard thinks the battle for Australian Grand Prix victory is too close too call despite Mercedes having dominated winter testing.

Mon 02 Mar 2015
Ferrari in the fight behind Mercedes, says VettelHeadline

Ferrari in the fight behind Mercedes, says Vettel

Sebastian Vettel says that Mercedes has a clear advantage on the field heading into Melbourne, but the former champion is pleased with the way testing has unfolded for Ferrari.

Renault Headline

Renault "feeling optimistic" after successful testing

Renault insists that it has achieved everything it set out to in the 12 days of winter testing, and says that more performance will be found before the first Formula One race in Melbourne.

Ecclestone set to bring prize money release forwardHeadline

Ecclestone set to bring prize money release forward

Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone is set to bring forward a scheduled release of $30 million in prize money to help troubled teams, according to media reports.