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F1: Pirelli prepares for opening tests

2017-02-25 13:04:00

Pirelli will take more than 3500 tyres to Barcelona for the first eight days of testing with the latest-generation F1 cars.

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F1: Budget-healthy McLaren target 2018 title sponsor

2017-02-25 12:11:00

Insisting that the team is healthy financially, Zak Brown admits he needs to deliver a title sponsor for 2018

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Formula 1: Williams launch new car for 2017 season

2017-02-25 08:52:11

Williams unveil their new car for the 2017 season, with the challenger carrying a predominantly white livery.

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F1: Williams reveals the FW40

2017-02-25 08:38:00

The Williams Mercedes FW40 was revealed online today ahead of pre-season testing in Barcelona.

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F1: SF70H hits the track

2017-02-24 19:35:00

Following its low-key unveiling, Ferrari 2017 contender took to the Fiorano test track.

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F1: Honda: Mercedes improvement "unfortunate"

2017-02-24 19:09:00

Admitting that his 2017 engine is still behind Mercedes' 2016 version, Honda boss laments German manufacturer's further progress.

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Antonio Giovinazzi: Ferrari driver to replace Pascal Wehrlein in pre-season test

2017-02-24 17:05:34

Ferrari driver Antonio Giovinazzi will replace Sauber's Pascal Wehrlein in the first Formula 1 pre-season test in Barcelona.

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F1: Sauber confirms Giovinazzi for Barcelona

2017-02-24 15:54:00

Sauber has confirmed that Antonio Giovinazzi will replace Pascal Wehrlein next week in Barcelona.

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F1 PR: Felio Siby, partners with Force India

2017-02-24 15:39:00

Luxury design house, Felio Siby, partners with Force India

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Fernando Alonso: McLaren driver says podium finishes are not enough in 2017

2017-02-24 14:39:11

Fernando Alonso says podium finishes will “probably not” be enough to satisfy him in this year, but is realistic about McLaren's expectations.

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