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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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It’s a double six as F1 gambles on Monaco magic

It’s a double six for Formula 1 as the sport gambles on excitement to maintain the Monte Carlo magic. TOM WILKINSON reports on all the action from the principality. MONACO’S glitz and glamour was the setting for a new Formula 1 record this year when, for the first time in history, the sport crowned its […]

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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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Maldonado gives Sir Frank perfect birthday present

After Maldonado gave Sir Frank Williams the perfect birthday 70th present, the celebrations began – but were short-lived. TOM WILKINSON reports on all the drama from the Spanish Grand Prix. PASTOR Maldonado gave Sir Frank Williams the perfect 70th birthday present by putting the Williams F1 Team on the top step of the podium for […]

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Ready for F1 action at Spanish Grand Prix

As Formula 1 comes to Europe for the first time in 2012, TOM WILKINSON reports on the build-up to the Spanish Grand Prix. With the first four fly-away races of the 2012 season out of the way, the Formula 1 circus moves into Europe for the first time this season. Barcelona, in Spain, plays host […]

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Lotus in historic return to podium in Bahrain desert

Despite the off-track controversy, the Bahrain Grand Prix provided lots of on-track excitement. TOM WILKINSON reports on all the action. The desert sands of Bahrain provided an action-packed race from the start, it even throwing in the possibility of a rain storm. Thankfully that didn’t come to anything. However, the cool, breezy conditions were unexpected, […]

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F1 shifts into desert sands for Round 4 in Bahrain

As Formula 1 shifts into the desert sands, the Bahrain Grand Prix is a “go”. TOM WILKINSON looks at what the weekend may have in store for the leading teams. The heat is on, as Formula 1 heads to Bahrain for Round 4 of the 2012 Championship. The desert sands provide a spectacular backdrop to […]

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China serves up a belting grand prix in Shanghai!

China hosted round three of the 2012 Formula 1 World Championship. We arrived in Shanghai with the announcement that the Bahrain GP will controversially go ahead next week. However, as TOM WILKINSON reports, it was the on track action which soon attracted plenty of attention. A great qualifying session set up a belter of a […]

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