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Mercedes' Sam Bird looks ahead to Monaco

World Series by Renault, Mercedes test driver and ESPNF1 columnist Sam Bird talks to Gemma Scott as he prepares for this weekend's Monaco GP.

(08:36) | May 21, 2012



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ESPN Exclusive Interview: Robin Frijns

World Series by Renault: Fortec Motorsports driver talks to Gemma Scott about his season and hopes for a future F1 drive.

(13:44) | Nov 8, 2012

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Prost impressed with quality of WSR talent

World Series by Renault: Formula 1 legend talks to Gemma Scott at the World Series by Renault event in Moscow.

(04:39) | Jul 20, 2012

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WSR: Moscow Race 1 Highlights

World Series by Renault: Robin Frijns converted his pole position to a race win at the first race at the Moscow circuit.

(02:52) | Jul 20, 2012

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Bayern need to keep intensity up

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Twellman: Jermaine Jones a liability in defence

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Michallik: Destro looking for the right fit

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Burley: Chelsea need to control Silva

Premier League: ESPN FC's Craig Burley believes controlling David Silva is the key for Chelsea to beat Man City on Saturday in their big Premier League clash.

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Maria Sharapova bt Ekaterina Makarova (6-3, 6-2)

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