Manor should race or …

In Australia, where the former Marussia team stayed in the pits all weekend, suspicions arose that Manor never even intended to exit the Albert Park pits. “They couldn’t have raced if someone had gone there with a machine gun and put it to their head,” said a furious Bernie Ecclestone. Like the FIA, F1’s chief

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Alonso: “I’m ready”

I’ve been working hard on my fitness and I feel good and ready to go this weekend,” Alonso said. “The heat in Malaysia is always very tough for the drivers but I’ve been focusing on this in my training and I’m definitely prepared for all of the weather conditions that we can face in Sepang.”

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Malaysian Grand Prix Preview 2015

The Malaysian Grand Prix: an abrasive surface with high heat and humidity makes this race a true test for drivers, cars and tyres. Nearly every afternoon there is an intense downpour, making it likely to see the Cinturato tyres in competitive action for the first time this year. Paul Hembery, Pirelli motorsport director: “The Australian

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Green light for Alonso

Fernando Alonso has been given the green light to travel to the Malaysian Grand Prix after passing medical tests. The McLaren driver suffered concussion during pre-season testing and was forced to miss the opening Australian Grand Prix as former team-mate Lewis Hamilton cruised to victory in Melbourne. However, Alonso underwent tests in Cambridge on Sunday

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