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McLaren F1 Australian GP

Kimi wins in Australia, but three champs on podium

Australian GP race report: Following a rain-affected qualifying session, DAVID HOOPER reports on all the action from the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne’s Albert Park. AFTER rain stopped play in the first qualifying session of the 2013 Formula 1 season in Melbourne’s Albert Park, qualifying on the street circuit had to be completed on race […]

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Sergio Perez is the new boy at McLaren and has a lot to prove.

F1 2013 preview – thrills and spills, guaranteed!

With the start of the new Formula 1 season just days away, DAVID HOOPER previews the 2013 season. IT’S less than a week to go before the start of the much-anticipated 2013 Formula 1 season and the sport’s fans are already speculating on who will win this year’s championship. After his performance last year, I’ll […]

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Singapore slings Vettel back into F1 title hunt

With Lewis Hamilton’s title hopes fading, and Sebastian Vettel returning to the top step of the podium, DAVID HOOPER reviews the Singapore Grand Prix. SEBASTIAN Vettel put his championship challenge  back on track under the lights of the Singapore Grand Prix after Lewis Hamilton’s gearbox failed, forcing him to retire from a comfortable lead. The […]

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F1′s magnificent seven as history is made in Canada

It’s seven different winners from the first seven races – a new record for Formula 1. TOM WILKINSON reports on the action from the Canadian Grand Prix. Lewis Hamilton stormed to a tremendous victory in Canada, and Formula 1 celebrated a record seven different winners, in the opening seven races. A simply brilliant 2012 season […]

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With six champs on grid, F1′s set for golden era

A golden era beckons for Formula 1. With six world champions on the grid in five top teams, 2012 is going to be another thrilling year for the world’s most glamorous sport.  24 drivers in 24 cars, but only one can become World Champion. TOM WILKINSON previews the 2012 season. WITH winter testing beginning this […]

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