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‘Hungary’ Hamilton chalks up a well-earned win

With lots of drama before the lights went out, there was plenty to talk about at the Hungarian Grand Prix. DAVID HOOPER reviews an action-packed race. THE drama of the Hungarian Grand Prix started even before the lights went out, as Michael Schumacher’s Mercedes in 17th position on the grid had an overheating problem which […]

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Will it be a very soggy Silverstone this weekend?

With the British Grand Prix just days away, wheelworldreviews editor DAVID HOOPER previews the race which, for many British fans, is the highlight of the Formula 1 calendar. We also have the latest shocking news on Maria de Villota after her terrible crash during testing earlier this week. THIS weekend sees Formula 1 return to […]

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Alonso reigns in Spain as first driver to win twice

Alonso victorious in Valencia as round eight delivers drama and excitement from the start TOM WILKINSON reports on the European Grand Prix. Formula 1 in 2012 couldn’t possibly get more exciting, with seven different winners in the opening seven races, so close in both championships, the season has been electric. But the European Grand Prix […]

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European GP preview – who will reign in Spain?

Who will reign in Spain this weekend? TOM WILKINSON previews the action and catches up with the news ahead of the European Grand Prix in Valencia. History was made last time out in Canada, will home favourite Fernando Alonso be the first driver this year to win a second race this weekend? This circuit has […]

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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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Will it be seventh Heaven in Canada this weekend?

As Montreal prepares to play host to round seven of the Formula 1 World championship TOM WILKINSON previews the weekend’s action. AFTER the tight and twisty streets of Monaco, the Formula 1 parade moves to Canada. Will it be seven in seven this weekend? We will find out soon enough. This fast, tight and very […]

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Jeepers… GP is the hottest MINI ever!

IT has a racing pedigree unequalled by many, but now the hottest version ever has been announced. The Mini rally cars were the stuff of legends, but they look slow compared to the latest version. Only once has there been anything like it, but even that wasn’t as quick. With the MINI John Cooper Works […]

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McLaren and Mercedes set early pace in Melbourne

As the 2012 F1 season gets under way in Melbourne, TOM WILKINSON reports on the good, the bad, and the downright ugly at the Australian grand prix. The long-awaited 2012 Formula 1 season is underway in Melbourne. The green light going on at the end of the pit lane signalled the start of first practice […]

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