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Alguersuari on return to F1

Jaime Alguersuari talks to Gemma Scott on how World Series by Renault is a good stepping stone to Formula One, and his plans to return next year.

(04:18) | May 31, 2012



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ESPN Exclusive Interview: Robin Frijns

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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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Chambers: We showed quality tonight

Champions League: Arsenal defender Calum Chambers praised his side's quality performance against Galatasaray.

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