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Looks like it's going to be an exciting year
The 2016 Formula 1 season is off to a chaotic start, and this is exactly what fans want. Here are the buzz-worthy things that happened at the inaugural F1 race this year.1. Nico Rosberg's 2016 season is off to
We can\'t leave him alone; we want to know where he\'s going
This week in quotes* Jenson Button announced his intention to stay at McLaren even though his contract extension reportedly has no final signatures yet. \"I\'ll be here for my future in Formula 1,\" said the 2009 champion. \"It\'s obviously not
Aussie Daniel Ricciardo is potentially on the rise for a Red Bull seat
This week in quotes* And then there were two for that highly coveted Red Bull seat. \"Essentially, probably,\" team principal Christian Horner told Sky Sports News. Toro Rosso driver Jean-Eric Vergne appears to have been dropped from the list of candidates,
The battle for the services of F1\'s favorite Finn, and other things
This week in quotes* Lotus team principal Eric Boullier expressed his determination to hang on to star driver Kimi Raikkonen, who is also being wooed by Red Bull to replace Mark Webber beginning with the 2014 season. Boullier stated that his team\'
That\'s what \'test-gate\' simmers down to
This week in quotes* After a seven-hour hearing, the FIA International Tribunal ruled that Mercedes had been guilty of a breach of F1\'s sporting regulations for running its 2013 car--driven by its regular drivers--in a 1,000km Pirelli
Here\'s the latest on test-gate and some post-2013 developments
This week in quotes* Tires are still making the world of Formula 1 go round. This time, Pirelli announced it is scrapping the proposed tire revisions that had been planned for the British GP onward. The Italian tiremaker\'s statement: \"The tire
The Pirelli tire debate gets even more controversial
This week in quotes* \"We\'ve decided to introduce a further evolution [of the tires] as it became clear at the Spanish GP that the number of pit stops was too high,\" said Pirelli motorsport director Paul Hembery a few days after
A new way of getting your F1 fix
This week in quotes* Intra-team rivalry is all the rage these days: McLaren newbie Sergio Perez denies that he has apologized to Jenson Button for his aggressive overtaking maneuvers during the Bahrain GP, but maintains that his \"relationship with Jenson is
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