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Leyton House v Ferrari 'Murray's Memories' are Murray Walker's personal recollections of some of the most dramatic moments in the history of F1...India is only three years into its relationship with Formula 1, and faces an uncertain future with the
Fireworks from Schumacher & Coulthard Belgium's glorious Spa-Francorchamps has seen some truly dramatic races in the 56 grands prix it has held since the first in 1925 but few have been as amazing as the one in 1998...David Coulthard spun his
Jenson Button, the last driver to win a grand prix for Honda, was thrilled to discover on Thursday that the Japanese carmaker was returning to Formula One as engine partner to his McLaren team from 2015...And that's why I'm so thrilled and excited
Paul Di Resta has urged his Force India team to go the extra mile to help him secure his first Formula One podium after another near-miss in Bahrain on Sunday...If they work a bit harder in the design office and essentially get a bit more resource in
Bentleys and McLarens could become a more common sight alongside three-wheeled pedicabs and Japanese cars on Jakarta's roads, with European auto giants making a push into the Indonesian market. Western companies experiencing a slowdown in sales close
Lamborghini Veneno Reuters gallery Autos For good or ill, the pink Cutlass is a Toronto automotive legend. I first saw it about five years ago as I cruised down the Don Valley Parkway on a summer evening, bored out of my skull by the endless stream
Gary Anderson On the face of it, the fastest lap times from the first pre-season Formula 1 test last week are meaningless - the cars are not in the order you would expect and some teams who you know will not be winning races were right up at the top.
Motorsports The best overall lap over the four days was clocked by Ferrari's Felipe Massa, who put up a time of one minute 17.879 seconds on the 13-turn, 4.428-kilometre Circuito de Jerez in Spain. Lotus' Kimi Raikkonen was second, followed by Force
McLaren unveiled their 2013 Formula One car with a literal blast from the past on Thursday as they celebrated 50 years in grand prix racing and looked forward to returning to the top this season. Paying tribute to the company's late founder Bruce
Buyers of luxury cars in the European Union countries hardest hit by the financial meltdown are doing it tough...True, sales of high-end vehicles have fallen, but the real dilemma for owners of Ferraris, Lamborghinis and McLarens is one of image.