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  1. F1: Drivers face even tougher component penalties in 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    32 min ago |

    Such is the current state of the sport, certainly in terms of the universally loathed grid penalty rules, at the recent Italian Grand Prix, pole-man Lewis Hamilton was the only driver who started from the same position for which he qualified. With 9 drivers handed grid penalties ranging from 5 to 35, all for exceeding their allocation of power units or components, and with the likes of the Red Bull duo demoted to the back row, the sport was made a laughing stock.


  2. A very public F1 splitRead the original story w/Photo

    54 min ago | Examiner

    At last weekend's Singapore GP it was confirmed that the ongoing strained marriage between the once-great McLaren team and engine supplier Honda would end in divorce at the end of the year. FAILURE TO FIRE: McLaren driver Fernando Alonso, left, after his collision with Kimi Raikkonen at the Singapore GP.


  3. Lewis Hamilton: I have no plans to retireRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | Ballymoney and Moyle Times

    The Formula One driver, who is 28 points ahead of his closest championship rival Sebastian Vettel, said he had contemplated calling it a day but decided the time is not right. He told ITV's The Jonathan Ross Show: "If you look at all the Formula One drivers in the past ... When you're at Formula One you're in the spotlight, you're at the top of the world, then it's downhill from then on, you don't earn the same money, there's not a huge amount of opportunities because you've been in that world for so long.


  4. Buzz over Cavani's transferRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | The Telegraph

    Paris: Neymar could force PSG to sell Edinson Cavani to Real Madrid, after their penalty row, according to reports in Spain. The planet's most expensive player wanted to take a penalty in the Ligue 1 side's eventual 2-0 win over Lyon at the weekend.


  5. Lewis Hamilton blamed for ruining - gassy' press conference by ...Read the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Daily Star

    It came after an action-packed race that saw Max Verstappen, Kimi Raikkonen, Fernando Alonso and Sebastian Vettel crash out in the first turn. Mercedes drivers Hamilton and Bottas were sitting next to Ricciardo addressing the media after the race when the three got the giggles.


  6. The Big Fart Fiasco At Formula One's Singapore Grand Prix Press Conference Keeps Getting BetterRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | Jalopnik

    Everybody laughs at farts. If they don't, they need to reevaluate the meaning of joy.


  7. Rossi: Early MotoGP return "not for the championship"Read the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago |

    Yamaha rider Valentino Rossi says his 2017 title hopes are not the motivation behind his earlier-than-expected return to MotoGP track action at Aragon. Having successfully passed the on-track fitness test at the Spanish venue, the Italian will be back to riding the Yamaha YZR-M1 during Friday practice.


  8. Mexican GP a go; no track damage due to earthquakeRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Formula 1 Blog

    With the Mexican Grand Prix coming up shortly, all attention has been placed on the tragic loss of life in the recent 7.1 magnitude earthquake near Mexico City. With over 226 people confirmed killed in the terrible quake, the thought of a race is certainly on the tops of people's minds.


  9. | Boullier: Alonso wants to stayRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | News24

    Having signed with Renault for 2018, Eric Boullier believes it is only a matter of time before Fernando Alonso commits to McLaren . The double World Champion's future has been one of the hot topics in this year's silly season, linked largely to McLaren's engine situation.


  10. Massa column: Vettel too forceful in Singapore GP startRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago |

    Felipe Massa reflects on a challenging Singapore Grand Prix and offers his view on the controversial accident between the Ferraris and Max Verstappen at the start. I had been expecting an uphill weekend in Singapore, which was confirmed in many respects, but I left the track with the satisfaction that we were at least close to finishing in the top 10. As seems to be the rule for everyone in Singapore, we experienced a weekend full of unforeseen events at the Marina Bay circuit.


  11. 2017 F1: Vettel can still win 2017 titleRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | Paddock Talk

    After Singapore, where the Ferrari driver was blamed for the first-corner crash, the Italian press said it was the death knell for Vettel's title hopes. And the Briton, who was the technical boss at Ferrari throughout the super-successful Michael Schumacher era, also backed Vettel to recover his 28 point deficit to Lewis Hamilton.


  12. F1 Report: Singapore ReviewRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Sky Sports

    ... ictor Lewis Hamilton to the 2017 world title? With Mark in the studio, Part Two also focuses on the fallout from the McLaren-Honda divorce announcement and the team's impending switch to Renault power.


  13. Mexican F1 track undamaged by quake, race to go aheadRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Reuters

    Mexican Grand Prix organizers say next month's Formula One race in Mexico City will go ahead as planned despite the capital being hit by its deadliest earthquake in three decades. Marketing head Rodrigo Sanchez told reporters that the Hermanos Rodriguez circuit in the southeast of the city was not damaged.


  14. Raikkonen: Wrong to assume Ferrari will struggleRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    Kimi Raikkonen believes it is wrong to assume Ferrari will struggle in the upcoming grands prix after losing ground to Formula 1 title rival Mercedes. had been expected to achieve a strong result in Singapore as the tight and twisty street Marina Bay circuit suited its car.


  15. Troubles on and off the track will not hurt our brand reputation...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Drum

    It has not been the best of times for McLaren -Honda, as the team has yet to win or gain a podium place in a race after 14 rounds of the 2017 FIA Formula One season, with its last drivers' victory coming in 2008 and constructors' title in 1998. However, speaking to The Drum ahead of the Singapore leg of the 2017 season, new executive director Zak Brown and CMO John Allert, remained bullish that the McLaren brand is round the corner from gaining former sporting glory.


  16. Lingerie model Barbara Palvin sneaks out of UK flat after partying with NeymarRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Mid-Day Mumbai

    Paris Saint-Germain star Neymar partied with Victoria's Secret model Barbara Palvin and she was seen secretly leaving a London flat at 5am, reported British tabloid, The Sun. Reportedly, Formula One ace Lewis Hamilton played the matchmaker and left them alone in the swanky East London apartment.


  17. Neymar returns to PSG after partying with Lewis HamiltonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Daily Mail

    Liverpool stuck in a rut: Forward line mis-fires and defensive problems linger as Klopp's record drops below that of Moyes' during spell at United Six Man United stars named in FIFPro's list of top 55 players in the world as City are snubbed and Real lead the way 'My heart stopped for eight minutes... I was dead': Ginola lifts the lid on cardiac arrest he suffered during charity match Cheers, mum! Shaw dropped off at The Lowry as he prepares for first appearance of the season in League Cup clash with Burton United goalkeeper Romero keen to impress Mourinho in Carabao Cup: 'I'm in good form and 100% ready to go' PSG bosses hold top-level meeting over Neymar's dispute with Cavani after dressing room bust-up over set-pieces Hamilton admits faults with his Mercedes car will not be fixed until next season as tight F1 championship enters finale Chelsea could hand debut to Ampadu against Forest ... (more)


  18. Silver Bullet: Mercedes-AMG's F1-powered Project OneRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The First Post

    Putting a Formula 1 engine into a road car is by no means easy. Several top-tier carmakers have tried, with varying levels of success.


  19. Mercedes-AMG concept races to lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Automotive News

    Mercedes-AMG made a big splash last week at the Frankfurt auto show, and also on this week's viral video chart. A two-minute video from Mercedes' performance subbrand features the Project One, a concept shown in Frankfurt that will join the lofty ranks of the multi-million dollar halo car, once it reaches the market.


  20. Verstappen: Red Bull's best chance of another win now goneRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday |

    Max Verstappen fears that Red Bull's best chance of another Formula 1 victory this season has now passed, after it missed out on glory in the Singapore Grand Prix. The Dutchman and teammate Daniel Ricciardo had looked well set to fight for the win at the Marina Bay circuit after showing strong pace in qualifying.