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BBC Sport

Formula 1 cameos: The good and the bad as Jenson Button prepares for a brief return
BBC Sport
Yes, despite having decided to give Formula 1 a miss this year, Jenson Button will be back behind the wheel of the McLaren for next month's Monaco Grand Prix as Fernando Alonso goes off for a crack at the Indy 500. It could be the greatest Formula 1 ...

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BBC Sport

F1 gossip: Long Beach, Lewis Hamilton, Robert Kubica, Sebastian Vettel
BBC Sport
Formula 1 could return to southern California after the Long Beach city council hired a consultant to assess whether it should switch to F1 instead of hosting IndyCar. The city last staged F1 in 1983. (Long Beach Gazette). Sauber are close to a deal to ...

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BBC Sport

Formula 1: Bernie Ecclestone says new owners don't want his input
BBC Sport
Ex-F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone says the sport's owners do not want him involved in the running of the business. The 86-year-old, ousted when US group Liberty Media took over F1 in January, said the new owners "believe I haven't done a very good job".

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Formula 1

Why Haas are no 'one-year wonders' - Guenther Steiner Q&A
Formula 1
In only their second season of F1 racing, American team Haas are continuing to prove themselves as serious midfield players - even if the start of their 2017 campaign didn't quite live up to their dream debut of last year. In an exclusive interview ...

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Formula 1

Renault unveil radical 2027 F1 concept car
Formula 1
Unveiled at the Shanghai motor show to demonstrate Renault's long-term commitment to Formula 1, the R.S.2027 concept was designed to showcase how F1 cars could look in 10 years' time. Renault's philosophy for the project was to design a machine that ...

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Motorsport Week

How Ferrari gave Sebastian Vettel the chance to beat Lewis Hamilton
BBC Sport
That is the big question on many people's lips in Formula 1 this year. Sebastian Vettel is leading the championship by seven points from Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton after two wins and a second place in the first three races. The German is giving ...
Bahrain test - Bottas quickest on final day in SakhirFormula 1
Valtteri Bottas 'learned a few tricks' at Formula 1 testMotorsport Week

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Formula 1

2017 race to be Malaysia's F1 farewell
Formula 1
Malaysia joined the F1 calendar in 1999, and both Formula 1 and SIC say they are determined to make this year's event in October a fitting finale for the ground-breaking circuit. “It's always sad to say goodbye to a member of the Formula 1 family ...
Malaysian Grand Prix: Sepang to drop off F1 calendar after 19 years of racingBBC Sport

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Formula 1

The Secret Life of… Sebastian Vettel
Formula 1
You know he drives for Ferrari. You know he's a four-time world champion. You may even know that he gives his F1 cars affectionate nicknames. But would you like to learn a little more about the notoriously private Sebastian Vettel? Help is at hand with ...
Who is Valtteri Bottas? All the facts about Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes teammateInternational Business Times UK

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Formula 1

Qualifying - Bottas scores his first F1 pole in Bahrain
Formula 1
Valtteri Bottas has taken his maiden Formula One pole position after beating Mercedes team mate Lewis Hamilton by just 0.023s in Saturday's qualifying session for the 2017 Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix. Spicing up the mix for tomorrow's race, ...
'Mercedes face pressure to back Lewis Hamilton after Bahrain Grand Prix'BBC Sport
Vettel takes second win of the year - as it happenedVavel

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The Independent

Ross Brawn admits he struggled to work with former Formula 1 chief executive Bernie Ecclestone
The Independent
Formula One's new motorsport managing director Ross Brawn has admitted that he finds himself 'unable to work' with former chief executive Bernie Ecclestone, although has claimed he did not take the job on the condition that Ecclestone was moved into a ...

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