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A German magazine claims mistakes in the initial treatment of Michael Schumacher's head injuries may have affected his hopes of recovery.
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NBC Sports Group's coverage of the 2014 Formula One season continues this weekend with NBCSN's live presentation of the Chinese Grand Prix on Sunday at 2:30 a.m. ET, followed by an encore presentation on Sunday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. ET.
Mercedes AMG Petronas drivers Lewis Hamilton celebrates on the podium with his team-mate Nico Rosberg after winning the Formula One Bahrain Grand Prix at Sakhir Circuit in Manama recently.
Did blundering doctors cost Schumacher vital time? German magazine blames 'optimistic' medics for underestimating severity of F1 legend's ski injuries and taking him to a local hospital first Formula legend Michael Schumacher lost vital time in the hours following his ski accident because doctors at the scene made crucial mistakes, it was claimed ... (more)
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In our series exploring the history of Grands Prix through a selection of iconic images, we focus the lens on China and the impressive Shanghai International Circuit.
Fernando Alonso has revealed he will not be content to retire from Formula One with his current title of double world champion.
Lewis Hamilton is revelling in the 'positive energy' at Mercedes as he targets a hat-trick of consecutive victories at Sunday's Chinese Grand Prix.
Michael Schumacher has been in the hospital for the last few months after a horrific skiing accident left him in a coma .
It is understood the Italian will be replaced by Marco Mattiacci who is currently President & CEO at Ferrari North America having joined the Italian company from Jaguar in 2000.
Performing at the pinnacle of any sport is as much about competitive analysis as it is about natural talent these days - and as competition heats up at Mercedes the data analysts could hold the key to the title.
Although Ferrari are yet to comment, the 48-year-old has paid the price for another slugglish start to a Formula 1 season by the Scuderia.
After three races, Ferrari stand a lowly fifth in the Constructors' Championship, 78 points behind Mercedes - F1's only other manufacturer outfit, but one which has stolen a clear march on the Italian marque in adapting to the sport's new hybrid technology.
Mario Andretti says Mercedes are right to let their drivers race and that Ferrari risk losing Fernando Alonso unless they up the pace.