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Alonso crash: The unanswered questions
The crash that has forced Fernando Alonso to miss the season-opening Australian Grand Prix has still not been fully explained.
VIDEO: Why can't Jordan make F1 launch?
Eddie Jordan explains his absence from the BBC F1 launch from the top of a mountain, and looks ahead to how the new season may shape up.
F1: "Too good a story to let end..." says Marussia saviour
Stephen Fitzpatrick, the new owner of the Marussia F1 team, reveals his reasons for investing an estimated £30m in the seemingly doomed outfit.
F1: Manor Marussia... Ready to race
Manor Marussia F1 team is looking forward to its participation in the 2015 world championship season... beginning with Melbourne.
Manor Marussia 'in a great place'
The Manor Marussia team intend to return to Formula 1 in time for the start of the new season, their new boss says.
Marussia set to compete in Australia
Marussia are set to return to the Formula One racing grid for the 2015 season-opener after confirming their car will be ready in time for Australia. The team say they will begin the season with an interim machine, built to comply fully with 2015 regulations, before introducing a new car later in the campaign, based on designs initiated last year
Pirelli reveal tyre choices for first four races
Formula One racing's official tyre suppliers Pirelli have confirmed the tyre compounds that will be available for the first four Grands Prix of the 2015 season
F1: Pirelli reveals compounds for opening races
Pirelli has nominated the tyres that will be used in the Australian, Malaysian, Chinese and Bahrain Grands Prix.
Toro Rosso: Rookies ready for Melbourne race bow
Toro Rosso say there is no doubt that rookies Max Verstappen and Carlos Sainz Junior are ready to make their Formula One racing debuts in the season-opener in Australia. At 17 and 20 years-old respectively, the duo will be the youngest driver pairing in F1 history when they compete in Melbourne - but team principal Franz Tost believes they have already proved they can handle the occasion
F1: Lotus used one engine during testing
otus technical director Nick Chester buoyed by positive pre-season testing following engine switch.
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