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  1. Spinning Around - 2015 Malaysian GpRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Midlands Lotus Owners Club

    ROMAIN GROSJEAN FINISHED JUST SHY OF THE POINTS WHILST PASTOR MALDONADO HAD TO RETIRE FROM A PROMISING BUT ULTIMATELY RATHER FRUSTRATING MALAYSIAN GRAND PRIX AT SEPANG INTERNATIONAL CIRCUIT. Romain Grosjean - Malaysian GP 2015 Romain ran as high as third during the race, but later traffic and an induced 360A spin meant a P11 finish.

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  2. F1 ACCESS30 Mar 2015 Alonso: McLaren exceeded my expectations in MalaysiaRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Formula1.com

    Fernando Alonso said he was surprised by McLaren's level of performance on what was his first Grand Prix weekend of the year with the team in Malaysia. Fernando Alonso McLaren MP4-30 and Sergio Perez Force India VJM08 bttle at Formula One World Championship, Rd2, Malaysian Grand Prix, Race, Sepang, Malaysia, Sunday 29 March 2015.

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  3. Heat on as Ferrari finds F1 formRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Iol.co.za

    Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel won the Malaysian GP on Sunday to make the 2015 season look like a genuine contest. Sepang, Malaysia When Nico Rosberg joked with Sebastian Vettel in Melbourne a fortnight ago that he hoped Ferrari could move up and join the fight with Mercedes, nobody imagined it would happen so soon.

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  4. Force India finish out of points in MalaysiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | DNA India

    Sahara Force India drew a blank from the Formula 1 Malaysian Grand Prix after Sergio Perez and Nico Hulkenberg finished 13th and 14th at the Sepang International Circuit here today. Sahara Force India F1 Team`s German driver Nico Hulkenberg races through a corner during the Formula One Malaysian Grand Prix in Sepang Force India, who are relying more on reliability than pace in the early part of the season, were not competitive enough here.

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  5. Lotus' Grosjean finished just shy of the points in MalaysiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Motorsport.com

    Romain Grosjean ran as high as third during the race, but later traffic and an induced 360 spin meant a P11 finish. Pastor Maldonado suffered from a first lap puncture then had to retire nine laps from the chequered flag due to a braking issue.

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  6. F1: Maldonado, Perez and Hulkenberg get penaltiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PitPass.com

    The Venezuelan was adjudged not to have stayed above the minimum time set by the FIA ECU when following the safety car, a breach of Article 41.5 of the FIA Formula One Sporting Regulations. Consequently he received a ten-second time penalty in addition to 3 penalty points, which brings his total for the 12 month period up to 8. Should he accrue a further 4 points within the 12 month period he would automatically incur a one race ban.

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  7. Penalty points for three driversRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sky Sports

    Force India drivers Sergio Perez and Nico Hulkenberg have both had two penalty points added to the super licences after their respective crashes in Malaysia. Perez hit Romain Grosjean as the Frenchman swept around the outside of him at Turn 12, sending the Lotus driver spinning.

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  8. Sun: STR, Red Bull, Lotus, SauberRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Planet-F1.com

    STR: Max Verstappen: "I really enjoyed that! I'm very happy to have scored my first ever points in F1 and to end seventh! I think we did a great job as a team. The first few laps were a bit tricky for me as I was struggling a lot on the Medium tyres, so we boxed early for the Hard ones and that worked perfectly, the car felt great.

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  9. Perez 'had nowhere to go'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Planet-F1.com

    Sergio Perez is adamant his collision with Romain Grosjean at Sepang was a racing incident and did not warrant a penalty. Grosjean, naturally, was unhappy about the incident and complained to his team while minutes later the stewards launched an investigation.

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  10. F1: Vettel derails the Mercedes steamrollerRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PitPass.com

    Sadly, on a day there were so many positives, the media focussed on the negative, real or perceived. On a day Sebastian Vettel demonstrated that Ferrari really is back in the game, when Marcus Ericsson made it out of Q1 for the first time in his F1 career, when Max Verstappen , in just his second race, equalled the best qualifying result achieved by his father Jos in 106 Grands Prix and also secured the best starting position by a teenager since Ricardo Rodriguez at Monza in 1961, the media focussed on a perceived spat between the Mercedes teammates, once again trying to build up the sort of jingoistic nonsense that belongs in Allo, Allo and Dad's Army .

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  11. Race: Vettel clinches first Ferrari winRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Planet-F1.com

    In only his second race as a Ferrari driver, Sebastian Vettel put Ferrari back onto a winning path with the victory at the Malaysian GP. The four-time World Champion went into this season with the aim of winning races, something Ferrari did not managed to do all of last year, and achieved that feat on Sunday as he triumphed in a thrilling battle against Lewis Hamilton.

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  12. Grosjean and the A$#h*les behind himRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Formula 1 Blog

    You guessed it, no matter how well Romain Grosjean did in qualifying Saturday, he's going to start two places back because apparently he feels everyone behind him in queue are a$$holes. The line had queued up past the Lotus garage and instead of slotting in the back of the line, Grosjean was released and he tucked in the line in front of the fearsome Felipe Massaof Williams no less.

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  13. Lotus' Grosjean is P8 on qualifying at SepangRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Motorsport.com

    Both Lotus cars progressed easily through a dry Q1 session, however rain fell early in Q2. Romain was able to post a strong time in the dry aspect of the second session; Pastor, unfortunately did not break into the top ten and will start from P12 tomorrow.

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  14. Hamilton claims damp pole for Malaysian GPRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Formula 1 Blog

    Lewis Hamilton, in a rain-soaked qualifying session, claims pole position for the Malaysian Grand Prix on Sunday. Having converted his last seven pole positions into wins, the 2014 champion looks to be int eh best possible place for another win on Sunday but niggles and reliability issues on Friday have the man who will start next to Lewis wondering if there isn't chance.

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  15. F1: Malaysia GP: Qualifying notes - LotusRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | PitPass.com

    Romain Grosjean qualified eighth and Pastor Maldonado twelfth after a rain-affected qualifying for the Malaysian Grand Prix at the Sepang International Circuit. Both cars progressed easily through a dry Q1 session, however rain fell early in Q2.

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  16. F1 ACCESS28 Mar 2015 Grosjean hit with Sepang grid drop for pit lane infractionRead the original story

    Saturday | Formula1.com

    Lotus's Romain Grosjean has been docked two grid positions for failing to leave the pit lane correctly during the Q2 segment of qualifying in Malaysia. According to the race stewards, the Frenchman "failed to leave the pit lane in the order of his arrival" - a breach of Article 23.6 of the FIA Formula One Sporting Regulations which states that "any car driven to the end of the pit lane prior to the start or re-start of a practice session must form up in a line in the fast lane and leave in the order they got there unless another car is unduly delayed."

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  17. Sat: STR, Williams, Lotus, SauberRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Planet-F1.com

    There were top ten times in Saturday's qualifying at the Sepang circuit for Max Verstappen, both Williams drivers, Romain Grosjean and Marcus Ericsson... Toro Rosso: Max Verstappen: "I'm very happy, it was a good session this afternoon, especially Q3. In Q1 and Q2 I wasn't totally comfortable with the car, but we had a good end of Q2.

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  18. Manor to race, Grosjean hit with penaltyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Planet-F1.com

    Manor will make their 2015 race debut at Sepang on Sunday after they were cleared by stewards while Romain Grosjean has received a two-place penalty. Roberto Merhi qualified P19 ahead of the Malaysian Grand Prix, but his time was outside the 107% mark while his team-mate Will Stevens failed to make it out for qualifying due to fuel system problem.

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  19. Hamilton Takes Pole Position In MalaysiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Cool FM

    The world champion set a time of 1:49.834 on the 5.543km track, which was drying after a thunderstorm midway through the session caused a delay. He will therefore start Sunday's race ahead of Vettel, who ended Mercedes' string of front-row lockouts with a time just 0.074s slower, although Hamilton set his time on his first flying lap.

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  20. Last unit of limited Lotus Exige LF1 sold to MalaysianRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Paul Tan's Automotive News

    Earlier today, Lotus Cars Malaysia held a hand-over ceremony for the very last unit of the Lotus Exige LF1 - of which only 81 have been made - in Pavilion KL. The event saw Proton CEO Datuk Abdul Harith Abdullah and Lotus Cars Malaysia head Tengku Djan Ley present the keys to owner Datuk Nik Hamdan and his daughter.

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