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Duo depart in Ferrari reshuffle

Director of engineering Pat Fry and chief designer Nikolas Tombazis have left Ferrari as part of a reshuffle at the Formula One team.
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Alonso backs Ferrari to challenge in 2015

Former Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso has backed the Italian constructor to be competitive in Formula One again next season.
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Gutierrez signs as Ferrari reserve driver

Esteban Gutierrez has prolonged his stay in Formula One by signing with Ferrari as their test and reserve driver.
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Williams, McLaren will struggle to challenge Mercedes - Villeneuve

One-time Formula One champion Jacques Villeneuve said former team Williams cannot match the vehicles of Mercedes.
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Ecclestone not ready to walk away from F1 just yet

Bernie Ecclestone has no intention of stepping down from his role as Formula One chief executive after a "difficult" 2014.
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Dennis talks up Button and Alonso partnership

McLaren's executive chairman and CEO Ron Dennis is confident Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso will prove a fearsome partnership.
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McLaren retain Button to partner Alonso

Jenson Button has been retained for McLaren's 2015 Formula One season, joining the returning Fernando Alonso in their line-up.
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Alonso hails Ferrari years as his best

Fernando Alonso says he was at his "best level" during his five years with Ferrari.
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Ecclestone disappointed by Vettel attitude

Formula One chief executive Bernie Ecclestone has revealed his disappointment in Sebastian Vettel's attitude last season.
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Lotus expecting strong 2015 challenge

Lotus are confident that a switch to Mercedes engines for the 2015 Formula One season will help them rejoin the grid's frontrunners.
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Joy of Sixth: Whincup finally savours record V8 crown

Both races at the season-ending Sydney 500 may have been cancelled by storms but that didn’t stop Jamie Whincup finally savouring his sixth V8 Supercars Championship on Sunday afternoon.
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F1 trophies stolen in Red Bull break-in

Red Bull had more than 60 trophies stolen when the Formula One team's Milton Keynes factory was broken into overnight.
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Verstappen not worried by Toro Rosso line-up

Max Verstappen says he is not concerned about Toro Rosso's youthful driver line-up for the 2015 Formula One season.
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Boullier: No problem at McLaren

Racing director Eric Boullier insisted there are no problems at McLaren, despite delays in confirming their line-up for next season.
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Button: It's McLaren or bust

Jenson Button said he will not be in Formula One next season should he be released by McLaren.
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Blundell: Hamilton can go back-to-back

Former Formula One driver Mark Blundell reckons the only thing that could deny Lewis Hamilton consecutive world titles is his team Mercedes.
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Formula One: The sport's major issues ahead of 2015

We look at the major talking points ahead of the 2015 Formula One season.
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F1 scraps double points for 2015

Formula One has dropped the controversial double points ruling for the last race of the season after just one year.
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Bianchi 'did not slow sufficiently'

Jules Bianchi "did not slow sufficiently" to prevent the crash at the Japanese Grand Prix that left him in a coma, a report has found.
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Vettel describes Ferrari 'fairytale'

Sebastian Vettel says it was a "fairytale" to drive a Ferrari for the first time over the weekend.
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