Luca di Montezemolo Says Fernando Alonso Will Leave Ferrari

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Former Chairman of Ferrari Luca di Montezemolo says Fernando Alonso will leave Ferrari after revealing the driver wants to experience "another environment". The Spaniard has yet to decide where his future lies and reports claim he has agreed to terminate the last two years of his contract with the Italian manufacturer. After

Hamilton Storms to Victory, But What of Bianchi?

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F1 Marussia driver Jules Bianchi was involved in a serious accident, this news loomed over Britain's Lewis Hamilton's win in Japan. Reports have emerged that Bianchi has suffered a severe head injury; causing the race to be called off early, with Bianchi going into an intensive care unit after undergoing surgery. Hamilton

Remember Remember the other “Season to Remember”

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The best season in years, it will go down to in history, a battle for the ages. A Season to Remember. The clichés abound but I do find myself asking the same question every time I hear Brundle or Eddie Jordan say one of the above banal statements; this is the

Rory All the Rage for 2014 Sports Personality Award

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The 2014 Sports Personality of the Year award may not take centre stage until the 14th December in Glasgow but the list of contenders up for the prestigious award is hotting up nicely following another sizzling summer of sport. It is safe to say that no England football players feature on

Is the gap closing?

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Is the gap closing? With another front row lockout almost a certainty at the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve the world's eyes were on engine supplier Renault and their main customers RBR, who had been hoping for another quick performance after an uplifting result for Daniel Ricciardo at the preceding race in Monaco. So is the gap closing? The

Lewis Hamilton cruises to victory

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Lewis Hamilton cruised to victory in the Chinese Grand Prix, Shanghai, winning his third consecutive race of the season. Team mate Nico Rosberg took second after starting from fourth behind both Red Bulls, managing to overtake Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso late in the race. Reigning world champion Sebastien Vettel was again beaten by