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18hLaurence Edmondson

Renault relishing chance to fight Red Bull on track

Renault engine boss Remi Taffin is looking forward to the prospect of a fight between Renault's works team and customer team Red Bull.

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16hLaurence Edmondson

Grosjean drives new Haas F1 car in simulator

Romain Grosjean says his first experience of the new Haas car in the team's simulator was positive as the American team prepares for its first season in F1.

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2dLaurence Edmondson

Newey concerned rivals will outspend Renault

Red Bull's chief technical officer Adrian Newey believes plans to ditch the engine token system in F1 next year will result in a "spending frenzy" among engine manufacturers.

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2dLaurence Edmondson

Mercedes producing over 900bhp with more to come

Mercedes has revealed its power unit is now producing in excess of 900bhp and engine boss Andy Cowell says there is no reason to believe its development rate will slow in the next few years.

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5dLaurence Edmondson

Mercedes sees Honda engine as 'big threat'

Mercedes engine boss Andy Cowell believes Honda will be a big threat as it starts to get on top of the problems it faced last year.

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4dKate Walker

Stranger in a strange land

Bored of waiting for the F1 season to start, Kate Walker heads to Buenos Aires to take a look behind the scenes at Formula E.

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4dLaurence Edmondson

Booth and Lowdon set up Manor WEC team

Manor founders John Booth and Graeme Lowdon have returned to racing with a new LMP2 team, which will race in the World Endurance Championship and the Le Mans 24 Hours.

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6dLaurence Edmondson

Palmer: You have to be ruthless in F1

Jolyon Palmer was not concerned he might lose his Renault race drive in the same way Pastor Maldonado did over the winter.

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6dLaurence Edmondson

Renault not expecting miracles on F1 return

Renault is setting realistic goals ahead of its first year back in Formula One as a full constructor, but says it will "push like hell" to return to winning ways in the next three years.

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6dMaurice Hamilton

The old values that inform the Renault of today

Renault's latest reinvention is being undertaken in some style, but things were a little different when the manufacturer first arrived on the F1 scene nearly 40 years ago.

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8dLaurence Edmondson

Maldonado looks to 2017 for F1 return

Pastor Maldonado is hoping to return to Formula One in 2017 after his manager Nicolas Todt ruled out a move to Manor this year.

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8dLaurence Edmondson

WATCH: F1 car takes on rugby scrum

In what is surely the ultimate contest of man versus machine, Red Bull's latest PR stunt saw it test the power of its 2012 Formula One car against Bath Rugby's eight man scrum.

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9dLaurence Edmondson

Maldonado confirms F1 exit

Pastor Maldonado has confirmed he will not be racing in Formula One next year as Renault prepares to announce Kevin Magnussen as his replacement.

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9dLaurence Edmondson

Honda still reluctant to employ outside help

Honda is sticking by its decision not to employ outside help from rival teams to help rectify the issues it faced with its power unit on its return to F1 last year.

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10dLaurence Edmondson

Palmer chooses F1 race number

Jolyon Palmer has picked No.30 to carry through his Formula One career as he prepares for his rookie season in 2016.

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11dLaurence Edmondson

Newey hits out at Mercedes engine dominance

Red Bull's chief technical officer Adrian Newey says his team is likely to lose ground on rivals Mercedes and Ferrari this year due to Formula One's "unhealthy" engine situation.

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12dLaurence Edmondson

Pirelli emphasises importance of testing

Pirelli is looking forward to discussing the future of Formula One's tyres at a meeting in Milan next week, but has stressed the need for testing if it is to change its approach in 2017.

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12dLaurence Edmondson

Red Bull predicts another year of Mercedes superiority

Red Bull advisor Helmut Marko has predicted another year of Mercedes dominance, saying the current engine regulations will prevent teams challenging the reigning champions.

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13dTom Stallard

An engineer's life: Tom Stallard, McLaren

Former Olympic rower and race engineer to Jenson Button, Tom Stallard, tells Kate Walker how he became involved in F1 and gives an insight into life in the garage.

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16dLaurence Edmondson

F1 drivers want closed cockpits by 2017

The Grand Prix Drivers' Association (GPDA) has called for the introduction of a closed cockpit design in Formula One by 2017 at the latest.

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28dNate Saunders

Gutierrez targeting immediate points with Haas

Mexican driver says Haas has taken on the "ambitious challenge" of immediately challenging for positions inside the top ten during its debut season, starting with 2016's opener in Australia.

Maurice Hamilton

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  • The old values that inform the Renault of today

    - Maurice Hamilton

    Renault's latest reinvention is being undertaken in some style, but things were a little different when the manufacturer first arrived on the F1 scene nearly 40 years ago.

Maurice Hamilton

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  • F1 tyres: A load of baloney

    - Maurice Hamilton

    Maurice Hamilton invokes the spirit of British sitcom Father Ted to explain F1's new tyre regulations for 2016.

An engineer's life

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  • An engineer's life: Andrew Murdoch, Williams

    - Andrew Murdoch

    Williams Senior Performance Engineer Andrew Murdoch talks to Kate Walker about his life as an F1 engineer and the ins and outs of the role.

Kate Walker

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  • 'Adapt or die' time for Formula One

    - Kate Walker

    Kate Walker looks at the motor industry's concern about the long-term viability of F1 as a sport and its refusal to embrace the ever-changing technological arms race.

Kate Walker

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  • A tribute to F1's first female racer

    - Kate Walker

    Kate Walker remembers F1's first female driver, Maria Teresa de Filippis, who died aged 89 at the weekend, and their chance meeting in the Monza paddock in 2010.

Maurice Hamilton

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  • Williams: Life In The Freezer

    - Maurice Hamilton

    Maurice Hamilton takes a light-hearted look at Williams Advanced Engineering's latest association with fridge manufacturers and its possible bearing on the design of 2016's FW38.

ESPN's Top 10

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  • ESPN's Top 10 drivers of 2015

    - Laurence Edmondson and Nate Saunders

    ESPN lists the top ten drivers from 2015 and explains why some caught our eye and why others failed to live up to their billing.

Maurice Hamilton

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  • Jaguar enters Formula E. Just don't mention F1

    - Maurice Hamilton

    With Jaguar the latest manufacturer to join Formula E, Maurice Hamilton explains why it should expect to fare better than it did in Formula One between 2000 and 2004.

Kate Walker

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  • The end of the road

    - Kate Walker

    Kate Walker looks at the work of data visualisation agency infogr8 and the trends it found from research into driver fatalities and subsequent safety features in Formula One since 1950.

Radio Ga Ga 2015

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  • Radio Ga Ga 2015

    - Nate Saunders

    ESPN rounds up the best radio soundbites from the 2015 season.

Kate Walker

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  • Damp squibs and fireworks

    - Kate Walker

    Kate Walker looks at the FIA's clampdown on Ferrari-Haas style loopholes in future and why it has consigned F1 media to a typically boring winter break.

Kate Walker

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  • Tender is the right

    - Kate Walker

    Kate Walker looks at what we know and don't know about the FIA's plans for a budget engine in 2017 as well as the varying levels of support in the paddock.

Brazilian Grand Prix preview

Maurice Hamilton

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  • Maurice Hamilton: F1 drivers on the road

    - Maurice Hamilton

    News of Lewis Hamilton's 'light contact' in his road car this week, reminds Maurice Hamilton of another world champion's 'light contact' on Chiswick High Road back in 1981...