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Ross Brawn Mercedes

F1 driver rivalry whips up storm of controversy

ROUND TWO: F1 MALAYSIAN GP Race Report The tropical weather in Malaysia was nothing compared to the fireworks on track. DAVID HOOPER reports on a grand prix that whipped up a storm of controversy. AS the cars lined up on the grid for the start of the Malaysian Grand Prix, Kimi Raikkonen was even grumpier […]

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Mercedes F1 2013 Hamilton

Malaysian GP preview: Will tropics cause a storm?

ROUND TWO: F1 Malaysian GP Preview After plenty of rain in Australia, will Malaysia give us more of the same? DAVID HOOPER previews the Malaysian GP in Sepang. HOT on the heels of Australia, the Formula 1 circus has pitched up in Malaysia for Round 2 of the 2013 championship, ready for another fast, flowing […]

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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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Abu Dhabi magic lights up the twilight of F1 season

An action-packed race in Abu Dhabi presented us with the eighth different winner of the season – and kept the championship alive. DAVID HOOPER reviews all the drama. After one of the most exciting Formula 1 races of the 2012 season, it was Kimi Raikkonen in his Lotus Renault who claimed victory for the first […]

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Jenson beats his Spa-rring partners in Belgium!

After a thrilling Belgian Grand Prix DAVID HOOPER reviews the action from Spa. FORMULA 1 returned to the track at the legendary Spa circuit in Belgium at the weekend after taking its traditional summer break – and what a thrilling race it was. A higgledy-piggledy qualifying session was dominated by British star Jenson Button who […]

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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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