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The 2002 Formula 1 world championship got off to a flying start - quite literally - at the Albert Park Circuit in Australia following a dramatic first corner crash.
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Niki Lauda has dismissed claims Mercedes is set to dominate the 2014 season because the German carmaker spent more on its new turbo V6 'power unit'.
This will be the 30th F1 world championship running of the Australian GP. It's the 19th consecutive year this race has been held at Albert Park.
NBC Sports Group begins its comprehensive coverage of the 2014 Formula One World Championship season this weekend with live coverage of the Australian Grand Prix this Sunday at 1:30 a.m. ET on NBCSN, the first of 19 F1 races and more than 175 hours of total coverage across NBC, NBCSN and CNBC this year.
Has raised plenty of eyebrows with a nose-cone that looks more like something you'd see on sale in Ann Summers than the front of a racing car - it's been created to fit in with new safety criteria, but the other teams seem to have managed it without anything so crude-looking.
That may not be the sound of desperation you hear coming from the engineering and design labs in Maranello, Italy, the home base of Ferrari, but it's close: The headquarters of the Prancing Horse is awash in a mix of uncertainty and anxiety, nerves and excitement as the first race of the most unpredictable Formula One season in decades approaches.
Felipe Massa can look forward to a renaissance this season following his switch to Williams after eight seasons with Ferrari, former racer Rubens Barrichello says.
Ferrari's Fernando Alonso is Formula One's most marketable driver with Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel only fourth despite winning the last four world championships, according to a report published on Tuesday.
BBC Sport has examined all the data from every race between 1950 and 2013 to see if the numbers can provide an answer.
Williams chief technical officer Pat Symonds has hailed Felipe Massa's impact on the squad, and he believes there's more to come from the Brazilian.
Williams Martini driver's from left Susie Wolff, Valtteri Bottas, Felipe Massa and Felipe Nasr pose during a photocall at the official launch of the Williams 2014 Formula One team.
This year's season-opener has the added excitement of being the first race for the brand new 1.6-litre power units.
The 2014 Formula One season is almost upon us and, in the lead-up to the season-opening Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne, drivers and team members alike have been eager to share their thoughts as the green light for F1 at the Albert Park circuit approaches.
Red Bull's early-season testing troubles are well known. Jacques Villeneuve thinks driver Sebastian Vettel will suffer because of them.
If he wasn't born to win, Lewis Hamilton was certainly bred for success. No driver has ever been groomed so thoroughly for formula one stardom as Hamilton, who is the uncertain favourite going into Sunday's season-opening Australian Grand Prix at Albert Park.
It's game on again in the F1 soap opera as Vettel's sudden fallibility opens the door for Alonso or Hamilton to regain the drivers' crown The soap opera returns.