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“I felt as though I was driving in a tunnel. The whole circuit became a tunnel… I had reached such a high level of concentration that it was as if the car and I had become one. Together we were at the maximum. I was giving the car everything – and vice versa.” (Ayrton Senna)

Boullier: Magnussen suffering from ‘rookie syndrome’

Boullier: Magnussen suffering from ‘rookie syndrome’

McLaren racing director Eric Boullier believes that Kevin Magnussen is suffering from ‘rookie syndrome’ in his maiden Formula 1 season. Boullier reckons that McLaren’s young protege is facing the typical challenge of moving from winning regularly in junior formula to competing for the top 10 in the sport’s top echelon. Magnussen finished on the podium […]

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McLaren eyes ‘something different’ for future

McLaren eyes ‘something different’ for future

Rumours are continuing to swirl around the McLaren team. In Monaco, former team champion Alain Prost urged the struggling British outfit to “do something a little bit different” to return to the front of the grid. “Yes, I agree with the comments of Alain,” said the Woking based team’s new-in-2014 team boss, Eric Boullier. “This […]

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Merc will put ‘sensitive’ Hamilton ‘back in shape’ – Wolff

Merc will put ‘sensitive’ Hamilton ‘back in shape’ – Wolff

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff is confident Lewis Hamilton will get over the events of the Monaco Grand Prix weekend and is happy to allow psychological games to continue between his two drivers. Tension between Hamilton and team-mate Nico Rosberg upped a gear at the Monaco Grand Prix, with Hamilton saying that he and Rosberg were […]

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Stevenage councillors unhappy with Hamilton’s comments

Stevenage councillors unhappy with Hamilton’s comments

A number of local councillors have hit out at Lewis Hamilton following comments he recently made about the town where he was born and grew up. Speaking ahead of the Monaco Grand Prix weekend, the Mercedes driver suggested that teammate Nico Rosberg had enjoyed a more privileged upbringing, being the son of a world champion, […]

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Massa ‘glad’ Ferrari axe led to Williams

Massa ‘glad’ Ferrari axe led to Williams

Felipe Massa says he is “glad” Ferrari dumped him at the end of last year. The Brazilian drove for the fabled Maranello team between 2006 and 2013, racing alongside highly-rated champions Michael Schumacher, Kimi Raikkonen and Fernando Alonso. In fact, the 33-year-old said he had the measure of the ‘iceman’. “In 2007 he was champion, […]

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Raikkonen admits 2014 title chance ‘over’

Raikkonen admits 2014 title chance ‘over’

Kimi Raikkonen has ruled out winning the 2014 title. Detailing a meeting with journalists this week, Ferrari officially quoted the Finnish driver as saying it will be “very difficult” to beat Mercedes this year, “but you never know”. Raikkonen, in fact, was on a sponsor visit to Norway, and what he told the major Aftenposten […]

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Marko hints at Red Bull switch to Volkswagen power

Marko hints at Red Bull switch to Volkswagen power

Red Bull is allegedly flirting with a change of engine supplier, according to reports in Germamy. Helmut Marko has told Sport Bild that the reigning world champion team will assess the progress made by current supplier Renault at the time of their home Austrian Grand Prix at the Red Bull Ring in June. “We have […]

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Monaco 2014 – the rating and the fight between team mates

Monaco 2014 – the rating and the fight between team mates

Why? Because you need to see the value of pilots also where the single seater is not competitive. And because the first you have to defeat in Formula 1 is your teammate! Rating or tires change – we will award tires according to the pilots’ performance in every Grand Prix. The best performance will be […]

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Mercedes drivers ‘a little bit like teenagers’

Mercedes drivers ‘a little bit like teenagers’

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg are like teenagers pushing boundaries as they try to get the upper hand in their growing rivalry. The tension between the two intensified over the Monaco Grand Prix weekend after Hamilton felt Rosberg prevented him setting a final quick lap in qualifying. On his final […]

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Red Bull competitiveness ‘very much in Renault’s hands’

Red Bull competitiveness ‘very much in Renault’s hands’

Red Bull says its competitiveness at upcoming races is in the hands of engine supplier Renault as Formula One heads to more power-dependent tracks. Daniel Ricciardo was able to challenge Lewis Hamilton’s Mercedes for position for the first time this year at Sunday’s Monaco Grand Prix, but it was on a track where performance is […]

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