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Vettel rewarded with best result of 2014 after risky strategy call

Sebastian Vettel earned his best result of the season with a second-place result in Singapore and the German also led a lap for the first time in 2014. With Nico Rosberg missing from the grid, Vettel got ahead of teammate Daniel Ricciardo at the start and briefly got into the lead when Lewis Hamilton made his final pit stop, before the Mercedes man blasted back past on new tires...
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Hamilton’s ‘hammer time’ takes title lead with Singapore win

Lewis Hamilton entered this Singapore Grand Prix weekend on the back of a lead-shaving victory in Monza having reduced teammate Nico Rosberg’s advantage to just 22 points. It was always going to be important for Lewis to convert his pole position in Singapore to victory and reduce Rosberg’s lead further but what he most likely hadn’t planned on was a DNF from Nico—that misfortune...
Via Formula 1 Blog
3 hours ago  |  Discuss

Rosberg fed up with reliability issues after miserable outing in Singapore

Nico Rosberg's Singapore GP was ruined by an electrical loom problem in the steering column that in effect meant that the controls on the wheel were not communicating with the rest of the car. After starting from the pit lane and running some slow laps at the back of the field, the Rosberg retired at his first pit stop. "The toughest day for me this year, definitely the...
Via Fox Sports
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Hamilton wins Singapore GP; passes Rosberg for Championship Lead

Lewis Hamilton dominated Sunday’s Singapore Grand Prix and took over the lead in the Driver’s Championship. Hamilton traded spots with his Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg who was troubled from the start of Sunday night’s race with electrical difficulties that forced the German to retire from the race after only 15 laps. Nico Rosberg needed help getting off the starting grid...
Via 110 Nation Sports
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F1 is considering three-car teams for 2015, Ecclestone confirms

Bernie Ecclestone has admitted F1 could fill up a depleted grid next year by having the top teams field three cars. Former Williams chairman Adam Parr set off alarm bells after the Italian Grand Prix recently when he tweeted that three struggling teams are about to collapse. When asked about the news in Singapore, and whether allowing small teams to buy customer cars from their...
Via Fox Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Alonso / Vettel swap rumors continue to swirl

Rumors are merely that but the Italian media had reported last week that there may be a swap deal in place that would see Fernando Alonso change places with 4-time champion and Red Bull driver, Sebastian Vettel. It seems a bit odd as Alonso’s contract is goo through 2016 but as with most driver agreements, they have caveats. Vettel’s contract expires in 2015 but both drivers...
Via Formula 1 Blog
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Takuma Sato to race for Amlin Aguri in Formula E opener

Amlin Aguri, a new racing team sponsored by London-based global insurance company Amlin, has today confirmed its driver line-up for the inaugural race of the all-electric FIA Formula E Championship. “On behalf of everyone at Amlin Aguri it is my pleasure to welcome Takuma and Fabio into our Formula E team," added Aguri Suzuki, Executive Chairman of Amlin Aguri. "This...

The Tony Bettenhausen 100 Takes to the Track Again this Weekend

NEW CASTLE, Ind.—September 4, 2014—  Tracy Hines was in a great position to claim his first Traxxas USAC Silver Crown Series win of the season in the Tony Bettenhausen 100 on August 16 at the Illinois State Fairgrounds in Springfield. The veteran driver had earned the pole position for the 100-lap race and was about to bring the field to the green flag when the skies opened...
Via On Pit Road
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Michael Schumacher shows 'moments of consciousness'

In what has to be the first positive news for fans and family of Michael Schumacher in a long time, the Formula 1 racing champion is showing "moments of consciousness and awakening."After more than three months in a coma, the seven-time champion is "making progress," said Schumacher's manager, Sabine Kehm.Schumacher has opened his eyes and has had interaction...
Via The Other Paper
April 04, 2014  |  Discuss
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