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Petrov not giving up after Kosachenko split

Vitaly Petrov with Oksana Kosachenko Former Lotus and Caterham  driver Vitaly Petrov has revealed he will now handle his own affairs after splitting with his manager. It emerged recently that driver...
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Petrov's manager Kosachenko joins Caterham

Oksana Kosachenko The Russian driver is no longer on the grid, but Vitaly Petrov's manager Oksana Kosachenko has re-emerged in a new role for 2013 at Caterham. A press release issued by Manuscript Agency...
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Axed F1 driver Petrov to try rallying in 2013

Vitaly Vitaly Petrov has revealed he might fill the gap in his formula one career with some rally outings in 2013. Having debuted with Renault in 2010, the Russian moved on to Caterham last year but has...
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Kovalainen emerges as contender for Marussia seat

Heikki Kovalainen 2008 Hungarian GP winner Heikki Kovalainen has emerged as a surprise contender to keep his Formula 1 career alive in 2013, after being axed by Caterham, the Finn is reportedly in talks...
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Petrov bows out as Caterham seat now filled

Vitaly Petrov Vitaly Petrov's manager admits that Caterham was the Russian's "only possibility" to stay in Formula One this season, and that this is now a non-starter as the team has filled their its final...

Money talks more than ever in modern era Formula 1

Timo Glock's sudden exit from Marussia has brought into sharper focus an age-old truth of Formula One - that money makes the wheels go round. His departure also highlighted the gulf between the cash-rich...
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BMW yet to confirm Glock move to DTM

BMW has refused to comment on media speculation that Timo Glock could continue his career in a BMW racing seat in the German touring car series DTM. Marussia announced on Monday that, despite the 30-year-old...
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Glock: I want to meet new challenges

Timo Glock's F1 career over? Timo Glock has left Marussia, and probably Formula One altogether, after 91 starts at the pinnacle of the sport, as the back marker team is seeking a second pay driver to partner...
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No new sponsors for Petrov admits manager

Following recent reports that Vitaly Petrov was the favourite to secure the second Caterham race seat, his manager now sounds far from optimistic. German reports had suggested that the Russian had found new...
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Lack of respect harmed Kovalainen claims Gascoyne

Heikki Kovalainen harmed his chances of staying in Formula One beyond 2012 by demonstrating a lack of respect to Caterham, claims Mike Gascoyne, the team's former technical boss who now oversees the technical...
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2013 race calendar keeps Formula 1 world guessing

For a sport timed down to the thousandth of a second and measured in millimetres, Formula One seems to be finding it difficult to get to grips with a calendar, with little more than two months to go before...