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Webber: F1 always goes in cycles

Former Red Bull driver Mark Webber says that teams in F1 always enjoy periods of success before others overtake them.

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Lewis Hamilton looks ahead to China

F1 World Champion Lewis Hamilton is looking forward to the Chinese Grand Prix and shows us the most crucial parts of the Shanghai International Circuit in the simulator.

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Allison explains Ferrari's nose design

James Allison has explained the reasons behind Ferrari's long nose design this year and revealed that the team is working on shorter designs as a part of future updates.

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Token loophole had downside for Renault

Renault says the loophole that allows for engine performance tokens to be spent throughout the season actually had a negative impact on its plans for this year.

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No point Honda copying Merc - Alonso

Fernando Alonso says the only way Honda can win in Formula One is by taking a different approach to current champions Mercedes.

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Rosberg didn't block me - Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton does not feel he was unfairly blocked by Nico Rosberg during the final session of qualifying for the Malaysian Grand Prix.

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Hamilton beats Vettel to pole in wet

Lewis Hamilton slithered to pole position ahead of Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel by 0.074s at the Malaysian Grand Prix, as rain played a big part in a tense qualifying session in Sepang.

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2015 German Grand Prix in doubt

Circuit chief says there is not enough time for Hockenheim to prepare event and sell tickets in time for July 19 race

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Renault admits to backwards step

Head of operations Remi Taffin says French outfit needs to get back to "basic common sense" to solve issues

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The case for equalisation

In a break from the usual format of The Final Stint, ESPNF1 deputy editor Laurence Edmondson argues in favour of equalisation after Mercedes' dominant display in Melbourne

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