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  1. Advantage Rosberg as F1 title fight resumes at stormy SepangRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Pattaya Mail

    Mercedes has won all but one race this year - when the teammates took each other out in a crash - and is now poised to seal the team championship with five races to spare. It needs to score only three points more than closest rival Red Bull, while preventing Ferrari from outscoring Mercedes by 22 points or more, in order to clinch the title.

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  2. Jenson reaches milestone with race No. 300 in SepangRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | The Star Online

    SEPANG: McLaren's Jenson Button is thrilled to bits that he's going for his 300th race at this weekend's Formula 1 Petronas Malaysia Grand Prix. The 36-year-old Briton will join only two other drivers - Brazilian Rubens Barrichello and German Michael Schumacher in the exclusive club.

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  3. Thursday Press ConferenceRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | GrandPrix.com

    Jenson BUTTON , Felipe MASSA , Esteban OCON , Daniil KVYAT , Nico HULKENBERG , Nico ROSBERG Q: Jenson let's start with you. Your 300th grand prix, only the third driver to do it, it's a big number.

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  4. 2016 Malaysia GP (Sepang): Force India Formula One F1 Race PreviewRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | Paddock Talk

    Q&A with Vijay Mallya Team Principal, Vijay Mallya, reflects on points in Singapore and the remaining six races. Vijay, the team was unlucky in Singapore, but did well to score points... VJM: "It's never nice to see one of your cars eliminated on lap one.

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  5. Jenson Button prepares to celebrate 300th Grand Prix in MalaysiaRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Jenson Button prepares to celebrate 300th Grand Prix in Malaysia... 'It means I've been around for a hell of a long time!' The world title fight may be building towards a dramatic finish, but all eyes were on a former champion in Malaysia on Thursday. Jenson Button took centre stage ahead of his 300th Grand Prix, a number reached by only Rubens Barrichello and Michael Schumacher, and a feat Button described as 'unbelievable'.

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  6. Jenson Button says 'unbelievable' to join F1 300 clubRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Bangkok Post

    McLaren's Jenson Button admitted Thursday he thinks it "unbelievable" that he will become only the third member of an exclusive club when he starts his 300th grand prix in Malaysia this weekend. McLaren's Jenson Button speaks during a press conference ahead of the Malaysia Grand Prix weekend in Sepang on September 29, 2016 The 36-year-old will join Michael Schumacher and Rubens Barrichello in the 300 club, providing he makes it away from the grid at Sepang on Sunday It will be his 303rd Formula One race weekend but in 2005 he was disqualified in San Marino and failed to start in the United States -- the same fate befalling the Englishman in Bahrain last year.

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  7. F1 veteran Jenson Button admits he never imagined reaching 300 grand prix milestoneRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Jenson Button has revealed he never thought he would still be racing in his thirties as he prepares to become only the third driver in Formula One history to start 300 grands prix. Button, 36, will join Rubens Barrichello, who started 322 races, and Michael Schumacher, who competed in 306, to complete a triple century of races when the lights go out in Sunday's Malaysian Grand Prix.

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  8. F1: Malaysia GP: Thursday Press ConferenceRead the original story

    23 hrs ago | PitPass.com

    Jenson let's start with you. Your 300th grand prix, only the third driver to do it, it's a big number.

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  9. Malaysian GP: Thursday's press conferenceRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Motorsport.com

    Jenson Button , Felipe Massa , Esteban Ocon , Daniil Kvyat , Nico Hulkenberg , Nico Rosberg . Jenson let's start with you.

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  10. Jenson Button is set for his 300th grand prix on Sunday.Read the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Sporting Life

    The 36-year-old will join Rubens Barrichello, who started 322 races, and Michael Schumacher, who competed in 306, to complete a triple century of races when the lights go out in Sunday's Malaysian Grand Prix. But the 2009 world champion, who will take a sabbatical from the sport next season, thought he would cease racing before he reached his 30th birthday when he began his career as a 20-year-old.

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  11. F1: Perez sets Suzuka deadlineRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PitPass.com

    For as long as anyone can remember, Force India has been saying that Sergio Perez is signed for 2017 and will continue to partner Nico Hulkenberg . However, before the summer break the Mexican said it was not a done deal as his backers - a number of Mexican sponsors - were looking at other options and would have a major say in events.

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  12. F1 ACCESS29 Sep 2016 FIA Thursday press conference - MalaysiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Formula1.com

    Drivers - Jenson Button (McLaren), Felipe Massa (Williams), Esteban Ocon (Manor), Daniil Kvyat (Toro Rosso), Nico Hulkenberg (Force India), Nico Rosberg (Mercedes) Jenson let's start with you. Your 300th Grand Prix, only the third driver to do it, it's a big number.

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  13. TwitterRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Cyprus Weekly

    Force India's Sergio Perez hopes to shed some light on where he will be driving in 2017 by the end of next week, with the Mexican conducting negotiations that he described as key to his Formula One career. "I believe that next week is crucial to sort out my future," Perez told reporters at the Sepang circuit on Thursday as he prepares for this weekend's Malaysian Grand Prix.

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  14. Perez keen to confirm 2017 seat in coming weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Channelnewsasia.com

    Force India's Sergio Perez hopes to shed some light on where he will be driving in 2017 by the end of next week, with the Mexican conducting negotiations that he described as key to his Formula One career. Hungary Formula One - F1 - Hungarian Grand Prix 2016 - Hungaroring, Hungary - 22/7/16 Force India's Sergio Perez during practice REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh SEPANG, Malaysia: Force India's Sergio Perez hopes to shed some light on where he will be driving in 2017 by the end of next week, with the Mexican conducting negotiations that he described as key to his Formula One career.

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  15. F1 ACCESS28 Sep 2016 FIA press conference schedule - MalaysiaRead the original story

    Wednesday | Formula1.com

    On the weekend he's set to make his 300th Grand Prix start, Jenson Button will be amongst the drivers facing the press at Sepang on Thursday, as will championship leader Nico Rosberg. On Friday meanwhile McLaren's Eric Boullier and Toro Rosso's Franz Tost will join fellow team bosses in answering questions.

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  16. Kvyat's self-confidence is back, says TostRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 27 | Motorsport.com

    Toro Rosso team boss Franz Tost is convinced that Daniil Kvyat has got his self-confidence back in Formula 1, after his return to the points at the Singapore Grand Prix. Following a number of frustrating outings for the Italian team after his switch with Max Verstappen from the Spanish Grand Prix, Kvyat helped Toro Rosso back in to the points with a strong drive at the recent Marina Bay event.

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  17. Force India predicts Williams fight to go to final raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 26 | Motorsport.com

    Force India deputy team principal Bob Fernley says he expects his team's fierce fight for fourth in the constructors' championship with Williams to go down to the season finale in Abu Dhabi. Williams regained the advantage in Monza, but in Singapore fortune swung back in favour of Force India, despite a start-line crash for Nico Hulkenberg and an eight-place grid penalty for Sergio Perez.

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  18. F1: Malaysia GP: Preview - Force IndiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 26 | PitPass.com

    Vijay, the team was unlucky in Singapore , but did well to score points... Vijay Mallya, Team Principal: "It's never nice to see one of your cars eliminated on lap one. It becomes even more disappointing when you realise it robbed Nico of a golden opportunity to score some big points.

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  19. Brazilian V8 Stock Cars returns in great fashion to Londrina with victories of Fraga and BarrichelloRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 25 | Motorsport.com

    Double-header showed exactly the good points of youth and experience on races that delighted the public on the grandstands A true mix between youth and experience was highlighted this Sunday afternoon during the eight round of Brazilian V8 Stock Cars, which returned to Londrina after a four-year absence. Victories came to the hands of Felipe Fraga and Rubens Barrichello to the delight of the fans who packed the grandstands at the Ayrton Senna circuit.

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  20. Sugo Super Formula: Sekiguchi takes dominant win, Vandoorne sixthRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 25 | Motorsport.com

    Yuhi Sekiguchi annihilated the field in the penultimate round of the Super Formula championship at Sugo, re-establishing a lead that was wiped out by the safety car to win. At the start of the race, Sekiguchi led the field from pole position, with former F1 driver Kazuki Nakajima jumping to second place.

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