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5hNate Saunders

Alonso: Reliability issues will make McLaren stronger in 2016

Spaniard says 2015 is not important to him in terms of championship position as he and McLaren-Honda continue to sets sights on front of the pack in 2016.

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6hNate Saunders

FIA will not ban F1 alcohol sponsorship

Governing body president Jean Todt says the matter is out of the FIA's hands and that it is down to brands to educate people not to drink and drive.

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1dNate Saunders

Monaco showed RB11 is not flawed - Horner

Red Bull team boss says 'there's never been anything fundamentally wrong with the chassis' and admits engine penalties are a possibility for Canadian Grand Prix.

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2dLaurence Edmondson

Arrivabene sets Raikkonen some 'homework'

Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene has tasked Kimi Raikkonen with improving his qualifying pace after another race weekend where the No.7 Ferrari failed to perform.

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4dLaurence Edmondson

Wolff admits Mercedes 'got the math wrong'

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff admitted his team simply "got the math wrong" in making the pit call that cost Lewis Hamilton victory at the Monaco Grand Prix.

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4dNate Saunders

Hamilton: You have to rely on the team

World champion refuses to blame team for error which cost him what looked like routine win, saying 'we win and lose together'.

Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team's German driver Nico Rosberg celebrates with his trophy on the podium after winning the Monaco Formula One Grand Prix on May 24, 2015, at the Monaco street circuit in Monte-Carlo. AFP PHOTO / BORIS HORVAT (Photo credit should
4dNate Saunders

Rosberg: 'I know I got lucky today'

Rosberg admits he had luck on his side after Mercedes strategy blunder cost Lewis Hamilton, but declares himself 'ecstatic' at third straight Monaco win.

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