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FIA confirm Germany dropped from 2015 F1 calendar

Germany will have no Formula One grand prix this year for the first time since 1960 after the sport's governing body issued a revised calendar on Friday without the July 19 round. With Hockenheim and...
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Marko: No chance of ever catching up with Mercedes

Mercedes' engine advantage in Formula 1 is locked in for the long term, believes Red Bull consultant Helmut Marko who doubts the other engine manufacturers will have an engine to match the reigning world...
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Marko admits Renault buying Toro Rosso may happen

Toro Rosso's cars could turn the yellow colour of Renault, Red Bull consultant Helmut Marko has revealed. As he criticises engine partner Renault for its retrograde step in 2015, Marko has also...
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Bottas optimistic he will drive in Malaysia

Valtteri Bottas' manager has admitted he is not sure the Williams driver will return to action next weekend in Malaysia. "I am well informed about it," said former double world champion Mika Hakkinen,...
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MotoGP star Marquez says Honda will succeed in F1

Reigning MotoGP champion Marc Marquez is adamant that Honda will succeed in Formula 1. Riding for the Japanese marque's official factory team Repsol-Honda, the 22-year-old Spaniard has been dominant...
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Nurburgring says no to German Grand Prix

The Nurburgring circuit will not host the German Formula 1 Grand Prix this year, an official for the company said on Thursday after Hockenheim also ruled out the possibility. The Nurburgring was...
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Raikkonen says Mercedes can be caught on race pace

Amid allegations of sandbagging and despite dominating the season opening Australian Grand Prix, Mercedes could have a race on its hands in 2015 if Kimi Raikkonen is to be believed. After Melbourne,...
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New rules made for right reasons Williams

Williams deputy team boss Claire Williams is a supported of the direction in which Formula 1 is moving by endorsing the controversial rules introduced last season. After Mercedes' dominance of the...