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Brazilian Grand Prix review

F1′s Vettel and Alonso prepare for Brazil battle!

After a successful return to the USA, this weekend is the final round of 2012 Formula 1 World Championship in Sáo Paulo. The drivers’ title will be decided around one of the most unpredictable and challenging circuits in F1. TOM WILKINSON previews the title showdown. The 2012 Brazilian Grand Prix, Round 20. The Championship has […]

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Spanish eyes still focused on F1 drivers’ crown

Still smiling at the Stetson hats on the podium instead of the usual caps, DAVID HOOPER reviews the first Austin GP. AT the inaugural race in Austin, on the Circuit of the Americas, fans the world over expected the 2012 world championship to be decided, with Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel clinching his third drivers’ title. […]

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Vettel v Alonso – we’re in for a rodeo ride in Texas!

Could this weekend be the championship decider? We preview the United States Grand Prix with TOM WILKINSON The waiting is almost over, Formula 1 finally returns to America – but will Vettel take the championship this weekend, or will Alonso keep his hopes of claiming his third world title alive? F1 returns to the United […]

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Monza GP preview: Lewis in Mercedes move?

As the Formula 1 teams prepare for this weekend’s Italian Grand Prix at Monza, DAVID HOOPER catches up with the latest paddock gossip and looks ahead to the race. AS FORMULA 1 moves to Monza this weekend, it’s that time of year when the teams and drivers are locked in negotiations over their contracts. There […]

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Sun shines at Silverstone as Webber wins British GP

Despite a rain-effected qualifying session, the weather was kind to the Silvertone crowds on race day – there was even a heat haze! DAVID HOOPER reviews the 2012 British Grand Prix. THE British “summer” wreaked havoc with the qualifying session on Saturday with rain stopping play for around 90 minutes, but eventually, it was Spaniard […]

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