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Following a thrilling race in Belgium, Formula One makes its final European stop this season for the Italian Grand Prix at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza.
6 hrs ago | Planet-F1.com
Felipe Massa believes Williams should change its brake system if it wants to regularly be near the front of the grid.
10 hrs ago | Daily Mail
Fernando Alonso hints at desire to stay at Ferrari despite McLaren interest by stating he has no 'intention to move at the moment' Fernando Alonso would appear to have confirmed his intent to remain at Ferrari, despite McLaren's interest in luring him back to Woking.
14 hrs ago | Daily Mail
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Western Australia's Daniel Ricciardo has joined an elite club of Formula One greats by winning the prestigious Trofeo Bandini.
Will he stick with Ferrari for a sixth season? Or will his patience at the Prancing Horse finally run out, leading the Spaniard to accept a return to McLaren? Wherever he ends up, it seems Alonso's future - if it were ever in doubt - is now completely in his hands.
As Ferrari's former technical director, Brawn helped guide the Scuderia to six constructors' titles as well as five world titles between 2000 and 2004 with Michael Schumacher.
Mercedes again dropped the ball at the 2014 Formula One Belgian Grand Prix. Despite having more than enough pace to secure an easy one-two finish, they were beaten by Red Bull for the third time this year.
A week later and Mercedes has held an all-hands-on-deck meeting regarding the incident between drivers Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton.
Word has it that McLaren is looking to hire a "big" name for its 2016 team, with an eye on re-recruiting Fernando Alonso back from Ferrari, even though his contract with the Italian team does not expire for two more years.
Ferrari team principal Marco Mattiacci believes Kimi Raikkonen is finally showing his true potential following a difficult start to the 2014 season.
I'm standing at the base of one of the most legendary corners in all of auto racing, the uphill right-left sequence named Eau Rouge.
Alarmed by its poor start to the new turbo V6 era, it has been all change at Maranello in 2014, including the ousting of boss Stefano Domenicali and engine chief Luca Marmorini.
For the third time this season, Mercedes faltered in their 1988-esque campaign and there's only one man ready to pounce whenever opportunities arise.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 05:29 pm
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