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F1: Hungary... by the Wolff
Much as he enjoyed the Hungaroring thriller, Mercedes boss Toto Wolff admits that the race left his team feeling "numb"
F1: Axed Caterham Staff respond to team
In the wake of yesterday's statement from Caterham, the group of former workers taking action against the team has issued a fresh statement of its own.
F1: What was that Bernie?
Bernie Ecclestone says he intends to scrap plan for race re-starts, but what about his own dumb idea(s).
F1: Historic F1 cars to race in Singapore
Masters Historic Racing will form part of the support bill for the Singapore Grand Prix in September.
Exclusive Vijay Mallya Q&A: Force India can catch Williams
Force India have continued their tradition of punching above their weight this season, and head into the summer break lying fifth in the constructors' table on 98 points - 39 up on this time last year. Although the team failed to score through either Nico Hulkenberg or Sergio Perez for the first time in 2014 in Hungary, team boss Vijay Mallya is confident his Mercedes-powered squad can continue to take the fight to the Formula One frontrunners
Caterham to counter sue former staff
Caterham are to take legal action against a number of former employees who are claiming unfair dismissal by the team.
F1: Caterham reacts to legal threat from former employees
Caterham has reacted to claims that a group of former employees are taking legal action against it.
Ecclestone 'to settle' bribery case
Lawyers for Bernie Ecclestone say the Formula 1 boss is ready to pay a German bank 25 million euros ($34m; £20m) to settle a court case against him.
Rosberg questions safety car timing
Mercedes' Nico Rosberg says the timing of the first safety car deployment at the Hungarian GP affected his chance of winning.
F1: Time to let slip the Mercedes dogs of war?
With Mercedes virtually assured of the 2014 Constructors' Championship perhaps now is the time to let its drivers go full-on head-to-head.
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