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Formula 1

Cooperation the key to a better F1 - Ross Brawn Q&A
Formula 1
To many, Ross Brawn is the 'public face' of new Formula 1 owners Liberty Media. Along with CEO Chase Carey and commercial chief Sean Bratches, the former technical director, team principal and team owner is tasked with taking over what used to be ...

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USA TODAY

Race - Vettel stuns Mercedes with Melbourne win
Formula 1
Ferrari proved that their pre-season testing form was no fluke on Sunday, as Sebastian Vettel soundly beat Lewis Hamilton to win the 2017 Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix. Hamilton's new Mercedes team mate, Valtteri Bottas, completed the Albert ...
Sebastian Vettel beats Lewis Hamilton to win Australian Grand PrixBBC Sport
Lewis Hamilton's F1 title bid might prove harder without Nico RosbergUSA TODAY
Lewis Hamilton heads Australian GP practice by half-a-second over Sebastian Vettel as Mercedes lay down a markerThe Independent
Motorsport Week -Belfast Telegraph
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BBC Sport

Formula 1: Harder, better, faster in 2017? The new season kicks off in Melbourne
BBC Sport
One hundred and 17 days after the curtain came down on the 2016 campaign at Abu Dhabi, Formula 1 is back as the new season gets under way in Australia this weekend. With new rules and new era cars, it is a step into the unknown. Mercedes might be the ...
Need to know: AustraliaFormula 1

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Formula 1

FIA post-race press conference - Australia
Formula 1
Q: Sebastian, all those thousands and thousands of hours of work from the whole team over winter testing, you guys have shown the form early in the season, massive victory, how do you feel? Sebastian Vettel: Unbelievable. Thank you everyone, it was a ...

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The Independent

'Unsightly' shark fins are not here to stay, suggests Formula 1 race director Charlie Whiting
The Independent
Charlie Whiting, Formula One's race director, expects shark fins to be banned following a negative reaction from fans of the sport. The fins, which have featured on cars during pre-season testing in Barcelona, are a consequence of rule changes which ...

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Formula 1

What the teams said - qualifying in Melbourne
Formula 1
A round-up of all the action from qualifying at the 2017 Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix at Albert Park... Mercedes. Expectations were high for the Silver Arrows after Hamilton's performance on Friday, but when Vettel topped FP3 by nearly half a ...

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BBC Sport

Formula 1: Champs and chumps: Andrew Benson's (and your) season predictions
BBC Sport
We could predict the outcome of the season-opening Australian Grand Prix, but we might as well go the whole hog and say which drivers and teams will be the best and worst come Abu Dhabi. Then, in November, we can turn around to our friends and say: "I ...



Formula 1

What the teams said - practice in Melbourne
Formula 1
A round-up of the opening day's action from the 2017 Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix at Albert Park... Red Bull. Red Bull were stronger in FP1, even though Verstappen had some gear synchronising issues at one stage. Ricciardo thought they went ...

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Formula 1

I thought Sauber call-up was a joke - Antonio Giovinazzi Q&A
Formula 1
With Sauber's Pascal Wehrlein pulling out of the Australian weekend due to fitness concerns, Saturday saw Ferrari test and reserve driver Antonio Giovinazzi called on at very late notice to stand in for the German, a role he also recently performed in ...
Australian GP: Unfit Sauber driver Pascal Wehrlein pulls out of raceBBC Sport

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Formula 1

Six key questions ahead of the race in Australia
Formula 1
Sunday's 2017 Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix marks the first race in a new era of F1 racing: faster cars, wider tyres, quicker cornering, bigger g-forces… But the much-discussed regulation changes aside, what are the key talking points going ...

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