Jordan tells friend Sauber to sell F1 team

Eddie Jordan has urged Peter Sauber to follow him into F1 retirement. Actually, having sold his Silverstone based team back in 2005 that today is called Force India, Irishman Jordan is now an outspoken expert pundit for British television. But selling up, he told the Swiss newspaper Blick, “was the best decision of my career.

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Has the Alonso/McLaren seed already been sown?

The strongest assertion that Fernando Alonso could be leading McLaren’s Honda revival came via Ron Dennis’s comments to Italian media last weekend, indicating his would be open to a reunion with the double World Champion. “Fernando would be welcome back at McLaren. You’re surprised that I’m talking about Fernando? I don’t have any problem,” said

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‘Hamilton will come back stronger’

Nico Rosberg had better brace for the backlash from Lewis Hamilton after ending his Mercedes teammate’s run of four wins in a row and taking the Formula One championship lead. Jenson Button, who partnered Hamilton at McLaren from 2010 to 2012, was sure from his own experience that his fellow-Briton would come back harder than

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Monaco points cost Marussia £2,000

Marussia sporting director Graeme Lowdon has hailed the team’s progress especially in light of their very limited budget. On Sunday, Jules Bianchi scored the team’s maiden World Championship points when he brought his car home in ninth place in Monaco. Overcoming a gearbox grid drop and two five-second stop-go penalties during the 78-lap grand prix,

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