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Horner retracts F1 equalisation demands

Equalisation is "probably not" right for Formula One, according to back-tracking Red Bull team principal Christian Horner.
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Alonso rubbishes 'waking up in 1995' rumours

McLaren's Fernando Alonso has dismissed rumours surrounding his crash in Barcelona last month, after being cleared to race in Malaysia.
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Ferrari's race pace gives Raikkonen optimism

Kimi Raikkonen expects Ferrari to challenge Mercedes for Formula One wins this season after showing good race pace in Australia.
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Bottas upbeat over back problems

Having been passed fit to race in Malaysia, Williams' Valtteri Bottas is confident changes to his seat with prevent further back problems.
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Rosberg combats sweat with sanitary towel

Ahead of the Malaysia Grand Prix, Nico Rosberg has revealed he uses a sanitary towel to absorb sweat inside his helmet.
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Sutil named as Williams reserve driver

Adrian Sutil has opted to stay in Formula One as back-up for Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas at Williams.
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Alonso cleared to race in Malaysia

After sustaining injuries in a crash in pre-season testing, Fernando Alonso has been cleared to race at Sunday's Malaysian Grand Prix.
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Williams confirm Bottas ready to race

Valtteri Bottas is set to make his 2015 bow in Malaysia after Williams confirmed the Finn has recovered from a back injury.
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Rosberg: German Grand Prix absence 'feels wrong'

Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg has bemoaned the absence of his home German Grand Prix from the Formula One schedule.
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Lorenzo plotting Marquez's downfall ahead of Qatar opener

Jorge Lorenzo is targeting a third MotoGP title after encouraging developments from Yamaha ahead of this weekend's race in Qatar.
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Tyre selection crucial for Ferrari in Malaysia

Tyre selection will be crucial for Ferrari in Malaysia, according to technical director James Allison, as they look to close in on Mercedes.
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Chasing pack bid to reel in Mercedes at Sepang

Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes set the pace in Australia and will hope for a repeat performance at Sunday's Malaysia Grand Prix.
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No 'race-winning engine' until 2016 Renault warn Red Bull

Daniel Ricciardo will have to wait until 2016 for a "race-winning engine" according to Red Bull's manufacturing partner Renault.
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Alonso confident of Malaysia drive

After missing the Australian Grand Prix following a testing crash, Fernando Alonso is confident he will be declared fit to race in Malaysia.
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Maldonado positive ahead of gruelling Sepang test

Lotus are in a strong position ahead of the Malaysian Grand Prix despite their problems in Australia, says Pastor Maldonado.
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Lewis Hamilton's brother to become first disabled driver in BTCC

Lewis Hamilton's brother Nicolas is to become the first disabled driver in the British Touring Car Championship.
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Hamilton optimistic over new deal

Lewis Hamilton could sign a new Mercedes contract this week, according to the Formula One world champion.
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Lotus recruit Adderly Fong as development driver

Adderly Fong has joined Lotus as a development driver for the 2015 season.
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Rosberg excited about Vettel's Mercedes visit

Sebastian Vettel's invitation to the Mercedes garage during the Malaysian Grand Prix stands, according to Nico Rosberg.


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Hamilton out to build on 'small step'

A win in Australia has made no difference for Lewis Hamilton as he aims for success in Malaysia.
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