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Thursday, March 31 2022
The good, the bad and the ugly of McLaren's miserable start to F1's new era

If you replay qualifying for the Bahrain Grand Prix in slow motion, you can actually pinpoint the second Zak Brown’s heart rips in half.

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Thursday, March 31 2022
Max Mosley took his own life after terminal cancer diagnosis, inquest hearsMax Mosley took his own life after terminal cancer diagnosis, inquest hears

Formula 1 boss Max Mosley killed himself after learning he had terminal cancer, an inquest has heard.

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Friday, March 25 2022
Why F1 powerhouse are a ‘really good bet' to end 13-year championship drought

It’s been a 13 long years since Ferrari won its last piece of silverware and an even longer (albeit by one year) wait for its last world champion.


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Friday, March 25 2022
The very real Hamilton threat Mercedes must deal with, or else...

An underperforming Mercedes car might not be enough to keep Lewis Hamilton interested in extending his stay in Formula 1, according to Sky Sports F1 commentator Martin Brundle.


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Wednesday, March 16 2022
Truth behind ‘odd' F1 proposal for rising Aussie star Oscar Piastri

Offering Aussie Formula 2 champion Oscar Piastri to McLaren as a reserve driver was a sign of goodwill from his Alpine Formula 1 team ahead of an uncertain future on the sidelines, according to Sky Sports F1 pundit Ted Kravitz.

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Wednesday, March 16 2022
After years of crying wolf, should we really believe the Mercedes struggle story this season?

If Formula 1 awarded points based on how strenuously a team denies it has a fast car, Mercedes would already be well on the way to the 2022 championship.

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Wednesday, March 02 2022
‘Not here to mentor him': Supercars champ's brutal reality check for 19yo rookie teammate

Taking up the vacant seat left by Supercars legend Jamie Whincup is no enviable task.

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