Alonso: “It will not be a significant change”

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McLaren’s Fernando Alonso told media on Thursday that he doesn’t think the sport's new start tweaks will change much from a driving perspective. Speaking ahead of Sunday’s Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps, Stavelot, where the much-anticipated amendments come into force; the Spaniard said: “It will not be a significant change. I know that

Hungarian Grand Prix Review

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It was a good day for: Vettel & Ferrari Vettel showed his supreme race craft on Sunday, managing his race from the front and never looking like he would be challenged for the race victory. Even the safety car restart was executed extremely well. The Ferrari team too can be pleased

Boring Monaco? Surely Not

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In recent years the one race on the calendar that cannot be accused of being a let down is Monaco. The narrow streets and lack of run off areas make for less overtaking than other tracks but with the lavish surroundings and history of the track it all combines to

Mercedes and Hamilton make it official pre-Monaco

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Lewis Hamilton told media today that there was “never any doubt” regarding his new three-year contract extension with Mercedes. “I’ve only ever driven for Mercedes, so it was natural to want to continue with them. Plus, obviously I joined this team and we’ve had amazing success. "I’m very, very happy with the

Rosberg: ‘It’s just a matter of maximizing the weekends’

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Nico Rosberg has laughed off speculation that he has become slower since losing last season’s world championship to Mercedes team-mate and rival Lewis Hamilton, in today’s FIA Press Conference. The German, who was speaking ahead of Sunday’s Spanish Grand Prix alongside five of his fellow drivers, appeared amused by one brave