Thursday, November 26th 2015, 19:32 GMT Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton says he would like to try a one-off NASCAR race in the future and believes grand prix racing can learn a lot from it. Hamilton attended last weekend's Sprint ... Automnews.com, 1 day ago
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Susie Wolff also raced against her male peers for one final time at ROC -- which was staged on a purpose-built racetrack into the 2012 Olympic Stadium -- before retiring from motorsport. F1's drivers may travel together for nine months of the year ...CNN, 4 days ago This is what an F1 boys' weekend is like CNN, 4 days ago F1 stars enjoy a boys' weekend CNN, 4 days ago Vettel wins Race of Champions as Wolff retires CNN, 4 days ago
Susie Wolff joined Sky Sports News HQ to discuss her retirement from motorsport and how she hopes to help the next generation of female racers. Was it a tough decision to retire? "Of course it was a tough one, for any sportsperson deciding to ...Sky Sports, 3 weeks ago
Mercedes go into Sunday's Japanese Grand Prix hoping to show that their baffling lack of pace in Singapore was just a one-off but Lewis Hamilton and teammate Nico Rosberg need some convincing. "I don't have any confidence. I don't have any ...Khaleej Times, 2 months ago Mercedes seeking reassurance at Japanese GP Jordan Times, 2 months ago Mercedes seeking reassurance at Suzuka (Reuters) Yahoo! News Australia, 2 months ago
By Tuesday, September 22nd 2015, 07:43 GMT Jenson Button has strongly hinted he will announce the end of his 16-season Formula 1 career at this weekend's Japanese Grand Prix, conceding there is little joy in McLaren-Honda's situation. ...Automnews.com, 2 months ago
Editor's Note: Here'sa storyfrom our archives we feel is relevant even today and deserves your attention For several years in a row, most of the new Forbes-ranked billionaires have been coming from tech. Offline businesses are giving up their ...E27, 2 months ago
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