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Australian GP: Hamilton 'in league of his own' after Aussie blitz
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Sublime Vettel draws first blood

Four-times World champion Sebastian Vettel won the Australian Grand Prix for Ferrari on Sunday to dash Mercedes' hopes of extending their dominance into a fourth successive season of Formula One. The German cruised to his 43rd race victory with a 9.9 second ... Deccan Herald, 1 day ago

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Vettel outpaces Hamilton to win season-opening Australian GP

Four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel put Ferrari back on track as he fended off Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton to win season-opening Australian Gran Prix at Melbourne's lakeside Albert Park Circuit here on Sunday.The Ferrari driver, who clocked his best lap in ...
 Business Standard2 days ago The Ferrari guys are smiling and singing again...  Rediff.com2 days ago Vettel masters Hamilton to win Australian Grand Prix  Business Standard2 days ago Sebastian Vettel masters Lewis Hamilton to win Australian Grand Prix  Asia Net India1 day ago
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Ferrari's Italian stallion has a spring in its step

The 2017 rule changes, with fatter tyres and faster cars, could signal a new awakening for four times world champion Sebastian Vettel and veteran "Iceman" Raikkonen in what looks likely to be his last campaign. IMAGE: Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel on track during Formula One winter testing. Photograph: Mark Thompson/Getty Images The Italian stallion has a spring in its step as Ferrari, Formula One's oldest and most successful team, start a new season with fresh hope of returning to the top in the ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Motor racing-Ferrari's Raikkonen faster than ever on final test day  DNA2 weeks ago Motor racing-Pirelli end tyre test a day early after Vettel crash  DNA1 month ago
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Brawn returns to Formula One in management role

Former Ferrari technical director and world championship-winning team principal Ross Brawn stepped back into the Formula One arena on Monday in the new role of managing director for motorsport. New owners Liberty Media said the burly Briton, whose Brawn team won the 2009 constructors' and drivers' titles, would be one of two managing directors under chief executive Chase Carey. The other, for commercial operations, is former ESPN executive Sean Bratches. "It’s fantastic to be returning to ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Motor racing-Allison joins Mercedes as technical director  DNA1 month ago Ross Brawn considering bringing non-championship race to F1  Business Standard3 weeks ago

Motor racing-Mercedes pile on the laps, McLaren and Red Bull sidelined

World champions Mercedes pounded out the laps while Ferrari went fastest and rivals Red Bull and McLaren hit immediate setbacks as Formula One's new crop of cars made their test debuts on Monday.
 DNA4 weeks ago
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BEST Sports Photos of the Week!

There is never a dull moment on the sports field and it was no different when Croatia did well in the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers. Sebastian Vettel, driving his improved Ferrari car raced past Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton to win the opening race of the Formula One season at the Australian Open. Among other happenings, golfing great Tiger Woods launched his new book, while the Aussies paid a visit to the Dalai Lama before the crucial fourth and final Test in Dharamsala.  Rediff.com brings ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago

Hamilton on pole for Australian GP with record lap

Triple world champion Lewis Hamilton will start off the pole in the season-opening Australian Grand Prix after winning qualifying on Saturday. Hamilton in a Mercedes clocked a record lap of one minute 22.188 seconds to take his 62nd career pole and sixth in ...
 Deccan Herald3 days ago Hamilton lays down the marker  Deccan Herald3 days ago Hamilton looks for fast start to new season  Business Standard6 days ago
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Sebastian Vettel storms to Australian Grand Prix win

Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel of Germany steers his car during the Australian Formula One Grand Prix in Melbourne, Australia, Sunday, March 26, 2017. (AP Photo/Andy Brownbill)
 MSN India2 days ago

Hamilton takes pole in record pace at F1 Australian GP

Lewis Hamilton delivered an emphatic performance to stave off a resurgent Ferrari and claim pole position for Sunday's season-opening Australian Grand Prix . Sebastian Vettel, who could very well prove to be Hamilton's closest challenger this year, will line ...
 MSN India3 days ago
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With improved car, Ferrari's Vettel believes 'we can do something in the race'

'I think the team's getting stronger, pushing very hard. I think people are fired up and we are motivated for tomorrow' IMAGE: I think we are working well as a team, things are improving, feels Vettel. Photograph: Brandon Malone/Reuters Sebastian Vettel has seen a number of false dawns since crossing to Ferrari but the German could see good times ahead for the 'Scuderia' after putting his car on the front row of the Australian Grand Prix on Saturday. Vettel's quickest lap was nearly ...
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