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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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Vettel’s third win sees him gain a six-point lead

As Vettel takes a six-point lead in the championship, DAVID HOOPER reviews the South Korean GP. SEBASTIAN Vettel’s win in the South Korean Grand Prix saw him take a six-point lead in the Formula 1 drivers’ championship with only four races left to go in the 2012 season. After Lewis Hamilton struggled to make an […]

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Schuey announces second retirement before Suzuka

Suzuka plays host to the 2012 Japanese Grand Prix, but there are some mighty big news stories floating around the paddock this weekend TOM WILKINSON previews the action. After the bright lights of Singapore, Formula 1 now heads to Japan and the wonderful Suzuka Circuit. Much has happened in the last two weeks, and things […]

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Hamilton wins with McLaren magic in Monza

F1 RACE REPORT: MONZA, ITALY With rare mechanical problems hitting the front runners, DAVID HOOPER reviews the Monza grand prix. THE perfect start heralded the perfect race for an untouchable Lewis Hamilton at the Monza Grand Prix in Italy. One of the old-school circuits, the high-speed track was the setting for some more thrilling action […]

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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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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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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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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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