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More bidders join race to buy Formula 1

More bidders have reportedly joined the race to buy Formula 1. Last week, it emerged that the sport's controlling shareholder, CVC, as well as Bernie Ecclestone could sell their respective stakes to a...
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Horner: I signed contract extension with Red Bull

Team principal Christian Horner has revealed that he recently signed a contract extension with Red Bull and reports suggesting his position at the helm of the team was in jeopardy were in way off the...
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Ghosn: Is F1 worth it for Renault?

Renault are more likely to quit Formula 1 or buy a team than remain just an engine supplier but the final decision depends also on the governance of the sport, chief executive Carlos Ghosn has...
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Piquet is world’s first electric champion

Former Renault F1 driver Nelson Piquet junior became the first Formula E champion on Sunday as the new electric series wrapped up its debut season with a race that had the crowd making more noise than the...
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Red Bull drivers preview the British Grand Prix

Red Bull drivers preview the British Grand Prix, Round 9 of the 2015 Formula 1 World Championship, at Silverstone. Daniel Ricciardo Admit it, you have a little bit of man-love for Silverstone... DR:...
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Reader Rights: There is no button like that!

  "There is no button like that!" Valterri Bottas Are there too many buttons in F1? Valterri wasn't referencing Jenson. A concatenated summation of the radio communications from the 2015...
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Todt: Ross Brawn should write the F1 rules

Jean Todt has accused big team bosses of being two faced in their call for the sport's governing body and Bernie Ecclestone's FOM to rewrite the Formula 1 rules, instead the FIA President suggests that...
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Jordan: Ecclestone should go

Formula 1 Bernie Ecclestone says he could step in now and fix the sport's problems, so long as FIA president Jean Todt is also on board. As the sport's apparent crisis deepens, played out daily in the...