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My bad, admits Renault's F1 racing chief to Red Bull. If the one-time kings manage to win any races this year, it won't be on account of their engines, because the French manufacturer cut corners in its development and will need some time to catch up.

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How did Lewis Hamilton celebrate the successful start to the defense of his Formula One world title? By ordering a million-dollar LaFerrari from his rivals in Maranello.

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China National Tire & Rubber Company, a division of China National Chemical Corporation, is working to buy Italian tire maker Pirelli for $7.7 billion. Shareholders have accepted the offer, but it remains to be seen if the tender offer price of 15 euros per share will be enough.

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After crashing at the test in Barcelona and missing the season opener in Australia, McLaren says that its star driver Fernando Alonso is ready to get back in the cockpit for the Malaysian Grand Prix this weekend.

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Any hope of rescuing the 2015 German Grand Prix ground to a halt when the FIA has officially removed it from the Formula One Championship for this year after negotiations with both the Nürburgring and Hockenheim bore no fruit.

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Former test driver Giedo van der Garde and Sauber have settled their legal battle out of court, bringing an end to the drawn-out affair... and more than likely his entire F1 career.

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The struggling Manor Marussia F1 team came all the way to the Australian Grand Prix, but didn't make it out onto the track even once all weekend. And now Bernie Ecclestone says they'll have to pay for shipping both ways.

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The current engine regulations are no good for Formula One, and according to the team's advisor Helmut Marko, if they don't change soon, Red Bull could pull its support and drive off into the sunset.

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Red Bull motorsport advisor Helmut Marko reveals that discussions are currently taking place to have Renault forge a closer relationship with Scuderia Toro Rosso, potentially even leading to a complete buyout.

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Autoblog recaps the Australian Formula One Grand Prix, and we can't remember the last time 90 percent of the action in Formula One had nothing to do with cars setting timed laps.

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Williams Martini F1 celebrated its new partnership with London clothier Hackett by outfitting its pit crew with a set of the company's handsome suits.

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After losing three court rulings, the Sauber F1 team is going to have to put its former test driver Giedo van der Garde in the cockpit at the upcoming Australian Grand Prix - and likely for the rest of the season.

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The Haas F1 Team has set up shop at the former Manor Marussia headquarters in the UK's motorsport valley, and hired some experienced Formula One veterans to run its new team, on track to join the grid next season.

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Struggling but defiant, the Manor Marussia F1 team has announced its drivers for the opening rounds of the 2015 Formula One World Championship, with Roberto Merhi joining Will Stevens on the grid. The team's new backer, Justin King, is also putting his son, Jordan, in the test-driver seat.

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Former F1 test driver Giedo van der Garde says he has a contract for a race seat with Sauber this season, and has taken the team to courts from Switzerland to Australia to enforce the terms.

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After suffering a concussion in a crash during a pre-season test session, McLaren has announced that Fernando Alonso is going to miss the season-opening Australian Grand Prix.

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Following repeated delays, Force India finally revealed and ran its new Mercedes-powered VJM08 chassis at the final F1 test session of the season in Barcelona.

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Manor Marussia F1 declares it is "making huge strides" toward being on the grid at the Australian Grand Prix in just over two weeks' time. It's got a lot of agreements on paper that are hopeful, but there are a lot of questions - and an FIA crash test - to be dealt with.

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McLaren reports that Fernando Alonso is on the road to recovery from his big crash in Barcelona and is back at home to recuperate, but he won't be back up and running in time for the next test session.

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Renault hasn't run its own F1 team for a few years now, consigned to selling engines to Red Bull. But the latest word is the French company could get back in the game by buying another team in the near future.

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As Fernando Alonso recovers in hospital, McLaren tries to sort out what went wrong that resulted in his crash at the F1 test session in Barcelona on Sunday. One thing it's sure of, though, is that he wasn't knocked out by an electrical fault.

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