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Internet is key to F1’s iPad generation

A lively debate is raging among Formula 1 insiders as to whether coverage of the pinnacle of motor sport is being left behind in this iPad generation. It has emerged that the average age of those who pa...
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Nasr hoping for Sauber braking problem solution

Impressive rookie Felipe Nasr is still calling on Sauber to solve his persistent braking issue. Globo reports that Nasr, although a standout performer earlier in 2015, has struggled with his brakes firs...
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Massa says radio instructions in F1 is nothing new

Veteran Felipe Massa has defended the radio instructions given to drivers from the pitwall in the hybrid V6 turbo era of Formula 1. As the sport analyses what is turning off fans, some are arguing that...
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Size matters for Michelin bid to supply F1 tyres

Michelin has no interest in supplying tyres to Formula One unless the sport agrees to make them bigger, a change motorsport head Pascal Couasnon (pictured below) feels sure will happen eventually. The Fr...
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FIA clears top teams over oil systems

The FIA has cleared top teams Mercedes and Ferrari following concerns about the teams' respective oil systems. La Gazzetta dello Sport claimed samples were taken from the cars raced by Lewis Hamilton and...
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Williams runs illegal winglet during test

A radical new winglet tested by Williams in Austria on Tuesday is not legal, according to Auto Motor und Sport, after observers at the post-race test at the rainy Red Bull Ring spotted the innovation on th...
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Ferrari working hard to close gap to Mercedes

Ferrari spent tokens to upgrade its engine in Canada, and it is now being reported that the Italian team could debut further upgrades at Monza and again in Austin in October. "Our cars are evolving all ...
Christian Danner, Riccardo Patrese, Gerhard Berger, Niki Lauda, Jean Alesi, Nelson Piquet, Pierluigi Martini and Alain Prost pose on track after qualifying for the Formula One Grand Prix of Austria at Red Bull Ring on June 20, 2015 in Spielberg, Austria.

Engine penalty rules a farce say motorsport legends

Three racing legends have slammed the farcical nature of Formula 1's long-life engine rules. In Austria, the full destructive potential of the rules was laid bare when Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button w...