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Why Vettel's Quest To Break All Records Is A Tall Order

Not many drivers can claim to have successfully defended their Formula One World Drivers' title, but over the weekend Sebastian Vettel became the ninth man to do exactly that after finishing 3rd at the Japanese Grand Prix. The German became the youngest double World Champion in the sport's history following his 14th podium of the year, sparking endless tributes and positive comments from fellow ....

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The Last Word- Catterick Looks Back At Massa/ Hamilton Spat

The Singapore Grand Prix may not have brought the World Championship to a premature close, but Sebastian Vettel has all but sewn it up following another impressive display around the streets of Marina Bay. The battle for the lead didn't exactly pick up pace until the final few laps, but further back there were plenty of talking points for the F1 paddock to mull over, including the incident ....

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Vettel On Top Yet Again As Title Draws Close

Sebastian Vettel is within touching distance of claiming his second World Championship after claiming victory at the Singapore Grand Prix. The Red Bull driver qualified on Pole and drove faultlessly throughout to clinch his ninth victory of the year ahead of Jenson Button and team-mate Mark Webber. The Championship could have been won if results had gone his way, but with Button finishing in ....

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Vettel Nears Second Title As Schumacher Plays Tough

It was hardly surprising that Michael Schumacher received a backlash from many former drivers, members of the media and motorsport fans following the Italian Grand Prix at Monza over the weekend.  The man has alienated many rivals purely due to his talent and continuous success, he's pushed boundaries to limits which others feared to dwell into, and the fact he's German and denied fans' ....

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Heidfeld Makes Way For Senna At Renault

Renault has announced that Bruno Senna will race for them for the remainder of the season after an out of court settlement was agreed with former driver Nick Heidfeld. Bruno, nephew of three times World Champion Ayrton, was controversially chosen ahead of Heidfeld for the Belgian Grand Prix at Spa, sparking rumours that the team were struggling financially. As a result Heidfeld opened a legal ....

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Raikkonen On Course To Race At Le Mans With Peugeot

If you were asked to name a specific motor racing series or a car involved in motorsport in some capacity, the odds are that Kimi Raikkonen has been involved with it at some stage during his busy career. The 31-year-old Finn and 2007 Formula One World Champion is now looking to lengthen his CV even more as he tested out a Peugeot 908 Le Mans Car recently in Spain, which could lead to him being ....

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The Reason Why Schumacher Has Nothing To Prove

Shortly after returning to the sport in 2010, Michael Schumacher asked us to judge him on the performances during his second season, and not his first. This was to allow him time to familiarise himself with the modern day car, adjust to the advanced technologies, understand the tyres, and get back into the hectic lifestyle that a Formula One driver has to endure. When he was announced as one of ....

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Button Marks 200th Race With Fantastic Win In Hungary

Jenson Button marked his 200th Grand Prix appearance with a tremendous, hard fought victory at the Hungarian Grand Prix in Budapest on Sunday afternoon. The Englishman deservedly won an action packed event which saw variable weather conditions, a difference in tyre strategy and several overtaking manoeuvres on an ever changing track surface. Button won his first event for Honda at the ....

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Vettel Denys Hamilton Pole In Budapest

Sebastian Vettel will yet again line up on Pole Position for the Hungarian Grand Prix after pipping Lewis Hamilton's Mclaren at the very end of Qualifying in Budapest. The German went a tenth quicker on his final run in the concluding session to deny the Englishman his first Pole of the season, with sister Mclaren Jenson Button clinching 3rd. The championship leader was very pleased with his ....

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Ecclestone Happy With New F1 Deal

F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone has said the agreement to give Sky Sports every race live as of next season will give the public 'much better coverage.' Sky will broadcast every practice, qualifying and race session completely live, with the BBC doing exactly the same with just half of the races. Speaking to the BBC's David Croft, Bernie answered a number of questions in his traditional dismissive ....

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Formula One Heading To Sky Sports

It has been announced in the past 24 hours that Sky Sports will share the Formula One broadcasting rights with the BBC when the current deal expires at the end of the 2012 season. News broke this morning as fans and drivers prepared for the first practice at the Hungarian Grand Prix, and it has come as a huge shock to many fans who believe the sport should remain on free to air television. The ....

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Webber Pips Hamilton And Vettel To Pole In Germany

Mark Webber will start the German Grand Prix from Pole Position on Sunday after a stunning final lap in Qualifying at the Nurburgring. The Australian will be joined on the front row by Lewis Hamilton who stunned the paddock by setting the second fastest time when it seemed the Mclaren car was off the pace judging by performances in morning practice. Championship leader Sebastian Vettel will ....

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Red Bull Hungary For More Success As Vettel Grabs Pole

Red Bull have locked out the front row on the grid for tomorrow's Hungarian Grand Prix in Budapest, with Sebastian Vettel taking yet another Pole Position. The German was four tenths of a second quicker than team-mate Webber, and another eight tenths faster than last week's race winner Fernando Alonso. Felipe Massa sealed 4th on the grid with Lewis Hamilton doing his best to limit the damage ....

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F1 Laws There To Be Broken?

Regardless of what your opinions are concerning the Alonso/Massa 'switch' during the German Grand Prix on Sunday, one thing has become abundantly clear, and that is : Ferrari broke an FIA regulation and escaped punishment. Sorry, my mistake. They received a $100,000 fine (£65,000) which, to put into perspective, is less than their supposed number one driver gets per week...hardly a sum of ....

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Vettel Snatches Pole From Alonso's Grasp At Hockenheim

Sebastian Vettel will start the German Grand Prix from Pole Position on Sunday afternoon after a last gasp effort to steal the top spot from the Ferrari of Fernando Alonso. The plucky Red Bull driver took the front slot on the grid by just two thousandths of a second, and even his team-mate Mark Webber had no answer after suffering a problem on his final run. Felipe Massa clinched third and ....

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Vettel Grabs Pole At Silverstone

Sebastian Vettel will be on Pole Position for tomorrow's British Grand Prix at Silverstone as Red Bull continued their dominance in Qualifying. The German will be joined by Mark Webber on the front row with home favourite Lewis Hamilton in 4th, but Jenson Button will start ten places further back in 14th after a disastrous session. Pole sitter Vettel said in his press conference: "The corner ....

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Red Bull On Pole Yet Again

Mark Webber will start the Turkish Grand Prix from Pole Position tomorrow afternoon after a sterling performance in Qualifying. The team have locked out Pole in the last six races and so were understandably the favourites to do so again in Turkey, despite the Aussie having problems in two of the three practice sessions, with an engine setback hampering progress on Friday followed by a Hydraulics ....

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Webber Snatches Pole In Monte Carlo

Mark Webber has secured the most important Pole Position of the year by putting his Red Bull at the front of the pack for tomorrow's historic Monaco Grand Prix. The Aussie won last time out in Spain and will be looking to record back to back wins after pipping Renault's Robert Kubica on the front row. He said in the official press conference: "I knew the lap was pretty quick-I brushed the ....

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Red Bull Lock Out Front Row In Catalunya

Mark Webber will start the Spanish Grand Prix from Pole Position tomorrow after a sensational performance in Saturday's Qualifying session. The Aussie led home team-mate Vettel in a comfortable Red Bull 1-2, and both drivers heaped praise on the efforts of their mechanics, with the German gracious in having to settle for second. In the official drivers' press conference the pole sitter ....

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Remind You Of Anyone?

In amongst the excitement and glamour that is Formula One Motor Racing there have been hundreds of younger drivers across the country doing their best to become the next Lewis Hamilton. Oulton Park recently held an open test session prior to the first round of the Formula Ford season, and one name that certainly raised an eyebrow was that of Joshua Hill. Josh is the son of 1996 F1 Champion ....

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Button Leads Home Mclaren 1-2 In China To Begin Title Charge

Jenson Button produced a driving masterclass in the rain soaked Chinese Grand Prix to go top of the Drivers' Championship leading home Lewis Hamilton in a Mclaren 1-2. The Englishman judged the tyres beautifully throughout and deserved his 2nd win of the 2010 season in an exciting race where the rain played a huge part. Two safety car periods also had an impact, but Button dealt with all ....

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Vettel Opens Account For 2010

Sebastian Vettel finally clinched his first win of the 2010 season after a convincing victory in the Malaysian Grand Prix on Sunday in a Red Bull 1-2. The German was in command throughout the Grand Prix and thoroughly deserved his win after two very unfortunate races in Bahrain and Australia where he retired from the lead. Red Bull's day was made even better by the fact no Ferrari or Mclaren ....

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Webber Reigns In Malaysia To Grab Pole

Mark Webber shrugged off a major outbreak of rain in Kuala Lumpur to claim Pole position for tomorrow's Malaysian Grand Prix. The Australian drove well in his home race last weekend despite not making the top six, and he'll be confident of achieving his first win of 2010 as his main title rivals struggled in the conditions. Qualifying was eventful to say the least, and with no Mclaren or ....

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Vettel Retires As Button Clinches Victory In Aus

Jenson Button claimed victory in the Australian Grand Prix despite a collision at the first corner as Sebastian Vettel again retired while leading for Red Bull. The Englishman was the first to pit for slick tyres on a wet track, and it paid dividends as his lap times got consistently quicker, and in the process outwitted team-mate Hamilton who had an eventful afternoon resulting in a crash with ....

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Vettel Snatches Pole At Albert Park

Red Bull have locked out the front row for the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne on Sunday with Sebastian Vettel producing a surprise lap to hold off team-mate Mark Webber and Ferrari's Fernando Alonso for Pole Position. The German hadn't looked particularly threatening in the first two sessions, but came out in Q3 all guns blazing and finished up a tenth of a second faster than Webber who ....

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