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Raikkonen shares up after strong Hungary weekend

Kimi Raikkonen may have moved a step closer to keeping his Ferrari race seat for 2016 thanks to a strong shwoing during the Hungarian Grand Prix weekend. Corriere dello Sport, however, stands by its earl...
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Renault: We know where we are going

Under-fire Renault, their Formula 1 future still uncertain, expect a stronger second half of the season after powering three of the top four cars in the Hungarian Grand Prix. "Not only has our reliabil...
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Wolff: I am very concerned about our starts

Mercedes team chief Toto Wolff set off for Formula One’s European summer break determined to see his outfit solve the start-line problems that threaten to undermine their domination of the Formula One wor...
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Renault and Red Bull still heading for divorce

Renault appears to be heading towards a future without Red Bull, as the antagonism between the partners continues unabated suggesting the end is nigh. With the French carmaker's next move a hot topic in...
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Arrivabene: We deserved one-two

Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene has denied he will now spend the summer break thinking about Kimi Raikkonen's future. "It's called the summer break because it's a break," the Italian declared...
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Raikkonen: When you have no luck you have no luck

Kimi Raikkonen has pointed to Lady Luck, and lack of her support, which he believes cost him an almost certain second place in the Hungarian Grand Prix. The veteran Finn was on it all weekend, in practic...
F1 supporters hold a banner in memoriam of former French Formula One driver Jules Bianchi during the first practice session of the Hungarian F1 Grand Prix at the Hungaroring circuit, near Budapest, Hungary July 24, 2015. The popular Bianchi died in hospital last Friday, nine months after his Marussia car slammed into a recovery tractor at the Japanese Grand Prix. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh

The Hungarian Grand Prix race was for Jules

As if by divine intervention, or some force of fate, Formula One and Ferrari honoured Jules Bianchi with a Hungarian Grand Prix worthy of the late French driver's memory. With the family in attendance, o...

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