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

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

Canadian championship horror for Hamilton

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 “I did the best that I could out there today and felt like I was having a strong race,” a downcast Lewis Hamilton told media, after suffering his second DNF in seven races at the 2014 Canadian Grand Prix on Sunday. “Montréal has been a good track for me so to come

Hamilton and Alonso set practice pace in Monaco

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Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso topped the time sheets in Monte Carlo yesterday, ahead of Sunday’s ‘jewel in the crown’ Monaco Grand Prix. The 2008 and 2005/2006 champions showed their class around the streets of the prestigious principality; Hamilton quickest in the morning despite oversleeping and arriving late to his garage,