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Formula One title contender Kimi Raikkonen and Australia's Daniel Ricciardo were handed two place grid penalties for Sunday's Canadian Grand Prix after pit lane offences in qualifying. The pair were penalised by Formula One stewards for jumping the
Formula One title contender Kimi Raikkonen has covered up a tribute on his helmet to late champion James Hunt after the lettering was deemed to contravene television regulations. The party-loving Lotus driver, second in the championship at present,
That is because, in reality, the series has nine teams and a tribe. The tribe consists of the Red Bull and the Toro Rosso teams, both of which are owned by Red Bull, which makes the energy drink with the biggest market share. Red Bull has also been a
Friday April 12, 2013 Red FM gets F1's Jean-Eric Vergne to do roti canai Chef One: Formula One driver Jean-Eric Vergne in action at a Malaysian mamak stall as Red FM announcer Linora looks on Formula One driver Jean-Eric Vergne tries his hand at
I think it blemished his reputation," three-time Formula One champion Jackie Stewart said. "It was an unfortunate error of judgment by Sebastian and it will linger for some time," Stewart told The Associated Press. "There will be an awareness from
Rosso team left Malaysia with mixed emotions after a comical pit incident involving both of their cars during race proceedings at Sepang yesterday. Frenchman Jean Eric Vergne earned the first point for himself and the team after coming in 10th in the
Tuesday March 19, 2013 Roaring on the tracks Raring to go: Australian driver Daniel Ricciardo (left) and his teammate Frenchman Jean-Eric Vergne will compete against each other at the Malaysian Formula 1 race in Sepang this weekend...Many young boys
Webber started from second on the grid, but was swamped in the run to the first corner, dropped to seventh after one lap and finished sixth. A winner of nine F1 races, Australian-born Webber's best finish in 12 years at Melbourne remains the fourth
Ricciardo made an early exit when his Toro Rosso cracked under the strain of the Grand Prix. A fracture in the exhaust system burnt a hole through the bodywork and the pit crew pulled the young Aussie from the cockpit to prevent further damage.
Formula One group CEO Bernie Ecclestone has topped the sport's Rich List with a 6.2billion-pound fortune, leaving behind Red Bull team owner Dietrich Mateschitz and Queens Park Rangers (QPR) and Caterham owner Tony Fernandes.