Carlos Sainz has plenty of ambitions of his own for 2017 but the young Spaniard also hopes to see friend and compatriot Fernando Alonso fall back in love with Formula One after years of frustration. DNA, 3 weeks ago
Fernando Alonso felt lucky to be alive after emerging unscathed from a spectacular crash during last season's Australian Grand Prix but the twice Formula One world champion will give it no thought on his return to Albert Park this year.DNA, 1 day ago Motor racing-Alonso chides Honda for lack of pace and power DNA, 2 weeks ago Formula One: Fernando Alonso sad and disappointed by McLaren's testing issues on opening day Zee News, 3 weeks ago Motor racing-Alonso sad and disappointed by lack of laps DNA, 3 weeks ago
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Hamilton said the day was ‘99 per cent perfect’ IMAGE: Lewis Hamilton dominated practice at the season-opening Australian Grand Prix . Photograph: Robert Cianflone/Getty Images Three-time world champion Lewis Hamilton dominated practice at the season-opening Australian Grand Prix on Friday, putting Mercedes on top of the timesheets and leaving his Formula One rivals with plenty to ponder before the weekend. Ferrari had the pre-race buzz with their impressive pace during winter ...Rediff.com, 13 hours ago Formula 1: Lewis Hamilton on top as Mercedes gobble up the laps DNA, 3 weeks ago
There are "too many dudes" in the paddock at Formula One races and the series needs to improve access for women, Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton said on Thursday. In the leadup to Sundays Australian Grand Prix, the three-times champion Briton, and other ...Deccan Herald, 1 day ago
IMAGE: FC Barcelona players celebrate victory after the UEFA Champions League Round of 16 second leg match against Paris Saint-Germain at Camp Nou in Barcelona, Spain. on Wednesday. Photograph: Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images Barcelona pulled off the greatest comeback in Champions League history by scoring three times in the dying minutes against a stunned Paris Saint-Germain at CampNou on Wednesday. The result, which sparked delirious celebrations at Barcelona's 99,000-capacity Nou Camp ...Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
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