Vettel single-handedly wins Nations Cup

Sebastian Vettel drove Team Germany to victory at the ROC Nations Cup despite having to do all the racing himself after Pascal Wehrlein was sidelined. Vettel was set to compete alongside the 2017 Sauber driver under the German flag at Miami’s Marlins Park. However, a huge crash earlier in the weekend for Wehrlein, who was

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Palmer: Mentally stronger after tough 2016

Although his rookie season did not yield the results he had hoped for, Jolyon Palmer believes the tough campaign has made him mentally stronger. Palmer entered Formula 1 last season with Renault. Although he started with an 11th place in Australia, it wasn’t until round 16 of the championship, the Malaysian Grand Prix, that he

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Liberty could scrap Ferrari’s $100m bonus

Formula 1’s soon-to-be-owners Liberty Media have warned that Ferrari could lose their automatic $100 million bonus. Formula 1’s oldest marque, the only team to have competed in the championship since 1950, Ferrari enjoy of host of benefits that are written into the rules. The Scuderia not only have veto power but are handed a whopping

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Massa: Brazilian GP car is mine

Felipe Massa will hold onto the Williams F1 car that he raced at the 2016 Brazilian Grand Prix despite returning to the team this season. Last year Massa said farewell to Formula 1 with his final Brazilian Grand Prix, the penultimate race of the season, ending in a crash. Massa was gifted the chassis, which

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