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Russian F1 Grand Prix 2015: Times For Qualifying & Results
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Russian F1 Grand Prix 2015: Times For Qualifying & Results

After returning to the Formula One calendar for the 1st time in a 100 yrs in Y 2014, the Russian Grand Prix is back again in Y 2015, with the Sochi Autodrom circuit set to play a Key role in determining this year's world champion. Mercedes ... Live Trading News, 22 minutes ago
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Button convinced by McLaren aim

Button: To stay on for 2016 season. Jenson Button decided to extend his Formula One career into a 17th season after he was convinced by McLaren that their fortunes will improve next term. Button and his beleaguered McLaren team are in the midst of ...
 AOL UK11 hours ago Jenson Button to race for McLaren again in 2016 Formula 1 season  The Press NZ3 days ago Jenson Button to Remain at McLaren for 2016 F1 Season  ABC News1 week ago McLaren-Honda Confirms Jenson Button for 2016  Latin American Herald Tribune1 week ago
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Alonso to start 250th Formula One race from back of grid (AFP)

Alonso to start 250th Formula One race from back of grid Sochi (Russia) (AFP) - Two-time world champion Fernando Alonso will start his 250th Grand Prix from the back of the grid in Russia on Sunday after taking a 25-place penalty following the ...
 Yahoo! News Australia13 hours ago Alonso and Button demoted to back of grid  Rediff.com1 month ago

Ecclestone says three parties interested in buying F1

Bernie Ecclestone has said he expects Formula One to have new ownership by the end of the year and that three parties are currently interested. It was reported over the summer that CVC Capital Partners, the private equity firm which has owned F1 ...
 MSN UK1 day ago Bernie Ecclestone expects F1 to have new owners in next few months days ago Ecclestone confirms Formula One's sale before year's end  Malay Mail2 days ago F1 set for ownership switch  AOL UK3 days ago

Nico Rosberg not giving up Formula One world championship hopes

Nico Rosberg is refusing to back down in his quest to beat Lewis Hamilton to this season's Formula One world championship. Rosberg has been cast 48 points adrift of his Mercedes team-mate with only five grands prix remaining. The German started ... days ago Nico Rosberg refusing to give up on F1 title hopes  7 Days in Dubai4 days ago Formula One 2016 Season Will Begin Earlier Than Planned  NDTV1 week ago F1: Rosberg on pole in Japan after Kvyat crashes  Rediff.com1 week ago
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Mick Jnr keeps Schumacher flag flying

Berlin: The Schumacher name looks set to continue in motorsport after Mick Jnr, son of Germany's seven-time Formula One world champion, finished his debut Formula Four season tenth overall on Sunday. "The season was fun," the 16-year-old told ...
 Qatar Peninsula5 days ago Schumi Jr set to follow Dad's tracks  IOL3 days ago Mick Jr keeps Schumacher flag flying  Malaysian Insider5 days ago Mick Jr. keeps Schumacher flag flying  Saudi Gazette5 days ago

Hamilton "fingers crossed" to repeat Russian victory next Sunday

Lewis Hamilton, United Kingdom F1 driver for Mercedes, defending champion and leader of the 2015 Formula One World Championship hoped on Monday to repeat his triumph in the Russian Grand Prix this year as he did during the previous season. ...
 EFE4 days ago Hamilton Fingers Crossed to Repeat Russian Victory Next Sunday  Latin American Herald Tribune4 days ago
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Ecclestone rejects Mercedes' TV coverage criticism

SOCHI, Russia: Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone has defended the television coverage of last month's Japanese Grand Prix after champions Mercedes complained that their drivers barely featured despite a one-two finish. The Sept. 27 race at ...
 Channel NewsAsia1 day ago Ecclestone says Red Bull engine supply is 'sorted'  Yahoo!Xtra11 hours ago World champion Lewis Hamilton powers to Japanese Grand Prix win  The Press NZ1 week ago Hamilton wins Belgian F1 Grand Prix  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Alonso confirms he will stay at McLaren

McLaren Formula One driver Fernando Alonso speaks to the media ahead of the Russian Grand Prix in Sochi, Russia, Thursday. — Reuters SOCHI, Russia — Fernando Alonso Thursday made light of his frustrations with the struggling McLaren Honda ...
 Saudi Gazette1 day ago Mercedes have the smell of success for Hamilton  Reuters3 hours ago Fernando Alonso commits to McLaren but more pain ahead  MSN News US1 day ago Alonso commits to McLaren but more pain ahead  Channel NewsAsia1 day ago

Button upbeat on McLaren future, no fear of leaving

Jenson Button painted an upbeat vision of McLaren's future on Thursday and denied that a fear of leaving Formula One had been behind his decision to stay for another season. McLaren announced last week they had retained the services of the 2009 ...
 NigerianHerald.com23 hours ago No proof Button was gassed in burglary: prosecutor  Rediff.com2 months ago F1 driver Button and wife 'gassed' in burglary  Rediff.com2 months ago Button upbeat on McLaren  Dominion Post23 hours ago
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