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Renault stripped of points after disqualification from Japanese Grand Prix

'The penalty is not proportionate to any benefit the drivers derived'

Renault will not appeal their Japanese Grand Prix disqualification for breaking the rules on driver aids, the Formula One team said on Thursday. The governing FIA announced on Wednesday that Australian Daniel Ricciardo and German driver Nico Hulkenberg had been stripped of their nine points from the Oct. 13 race in Suzuka. Renault had the right to appeal by a Thursday deadline at the Mexican Grand Prix.

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F1 Spa crash left Fernando Alonso's McLaren a writeoff

Halo may have saved Leclerc's life, but Alonso's car didn't survive

Halo may have saved Leclerc's life, but Alonso's car didn't survive

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Lewis Hamilton wins British GP, slashes Vettel's lead to 1 point

Four in a row for Hamilton, five British Grand Prix victories in all.

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Kimi out, Bottas in at Ferrari?

After a tough start to the season and a disappointing 2014, Ferrari may be preparing to swap out Kimi Raikkonen for countryman Valtteri Bottas.

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Force India F1 driver Nico Hulkenberg will drive a Porsche at Le Mans

Sahara Force India Formula One driver Nico Hülkenberg is officially part of the Porsche factory team for next year's 24 Hours of Le Mans; the last time a current F1 driver got permission from his team to compete in the world's biggest endurance race was in 2009 when Jonathon Ramsey

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Nico Hulkenberg moves back to Force India

The big game of musical chairs that is the Formula One offseason plays on as Force India has announced one of its two drivers for next season.

F1 teams filling 2012 rosters as Force India promotes Nico Hulkenberg

Now that the 2011 season is behind us, Formula One is focusing on the year ahead. So far, the top teams are keeping their talents in place: Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber will continue at Red Bull Racing, Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton will take another crack at McLaren, Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa will soldier on at Noah Joseph

Force India dumps Tonio Liuzzi for DTM champ Paul di Resta

It's a tough business, being an F1 driver. It's one of the most coveted, competitive jobs in the world. Every year there's a crop of new youngsters vying for race seats, and there's only so many to go around. Nico Hulkenberg found that out the hard way when he lost his seat at Williams to newcomer Noah Joseph