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Partnership extended

Shell and Ferrari have extended the oldest partnership in Formula One for a further five years, both sides announced Sunday.
Soure:Agencies: 2015/9/6 23:03:01

Hamilton tops qualifying at Monza

Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton saw off a strong Ferrari challenge at the Italian team’s home Grand Prix to seal his seventh pole position in a row and 11th in 12 races on Saturday.
Soure:Reuters: 2015/9/5 23:03:01

Williams retain Bottas and Massa for 2016

Finland's Valtteri Bottas and Brazilian Felipe Massa will be racing for Williams again next season, the Formula One team said on Thursday in an announcement ending speculation about the possible return of Jenson Button.
Soure:Reuters: 2015/9/3 23:28:01

Hulkenberg renews contract

Nico Hulkenberg will stay on with Force India until at least the end of the 2017 season, the British-based Formula One team announced Tuesday.
Soure:Agencies: 2015/9/1 23:48:01

Pirelli responds in war of words over tires

A war of words over tire safety between Pirelli and Ferrari raged on Monday in the aftermath of Sunday's Belgian Grand Prix, won in consummate ­fashion by ­defending champion Lewis Hamilton.
Soure:AFP: 2015/8/25 0:38:50

Ogier consolidates lead

World champion Sebastien Ogier in a Volkswagen Polo won the Rally of Germany on Sunday to consolidate his lead in this year standings.
Soure:Agencies: 2015/8/24 0:43:07

Hamilton cruises to Belgian win

Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton won the Belgian Grand Prix from pole ­position on Sunday to stretch his lead over Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg to 28 points with eight races remaining.
Soure:Reuters: 2015/8/24 0:38:03

Night race in Russia

The Russian Grand Prix could become a night race as early as 2017, according to Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone and organizers.
Soure:Agencies: 2015/8/24 0:18:01

Aids clampdown for 2016

Formula One is set for a further clampdown on the use of telemetric driver aids next year in the wake of revised rules on clutch settings being introduced for Sunday's Belgian Grand Prix.
Soure:Agencies: 2015/8/20 22:43:02

Lorenzo wins Czech MotoGP, takes overall lead from teammate Rossi

Spain's Jorge Lorenzo won the Czech ­Republic MotoGP race in Brno on ­Sunday to level Yamaha teammate Valentino Rossi at the top of the overall championship standings after 11 out of 18 races.
Soure:AFP: 2015/8/17 0:03:33

Villeneuve goes electric

Former Formula One world champion Jacques Villeneuve is coming out of retirement to compete in the Formula E championship next season.
Soure:Agencies: 2015/8/9 22:58:15

Button burgled in France

Britain's Jenson Button may have been gassed during a burglary at a rented villa in St Tropez, France, a spokesperson for the former Formula One world champion said.
Soure:Reuters: 2015/8/8 0:28:02

Latvala wins Finnish Rally

Jari-Matti Latvala won his home Finnish Rally for the second year in a row on Sunday with Volkswagen teammate and double world champion Sebastien Ogier second.
Soure:Agencies: 2015/8/3 0:18:03

Ogier leads on Finland

World champion Sebastien Ogier won three of Friday morning's four stages to maintain his lead in the Rally of Finland, with 10 seconds covering the top three drivers.
Soure:AFP: 2015/8/1 1:03:01

Vettel wins emotional Hungarian GP

German driver Sebastian Vettel delivered an emotional high-speed tribute to his late colleague Jules Bianchi on Sunday when he stormed to victory for Ferrari in a dramatic and incident-filled Hungarian Grand Prix.
Soure:Agencies: 2015/7/26 23:28:02

Sauber retain Nasr, Ericsson

Sauber removed Brazilian ­Felipe Nasr and Sweden’s Marcus Ericsson from any speculation about their immediate Formula One futures by announcing Thursday that both will race for them again next season.
Soure:Reuters: 2015/7/23 23:48:02

F1 pays last respects to Bianchi

Formula One turned out in force on Tuesday to pay its last respects to Jules Bianchi at the 25-year-old French driver's funeral in his hometown of Nice.
Soure:AFP: 2015/7/21 22:58:01

Ferrari saw Bianchi as Raikkonen replacement: ex-chairman

Jules Bianchi was being lined up by Ferrari as the man to replace Kimi Raikkonen before the Frenchman’s crash in Japan last October, according to the team’s former chairman Luca di Montezemolo.
Soure:Reuters: 2015/7/20 23:28:03