Alonso: “Normally, on the outside you have to back off and I don’t know what I can do – be invisible or something?”

Fernando Alonso believes that both McLaren drivers could have scored their first points of the year in the Monaco Grand Prix, instead of just Jenson Button. The Spaniard was tailing his team-mate through the middle part of the race when another mechanical issue struck his MP4-30, sending him slithering into the Ste Devote run-off area.

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Hamilton secure first pole in Monaco

The Briton’s best of 1:15.098 was enough to outpace Rosberg by over three tenths of a second and grab his fifth pole of 2015. Rosberg, on pole for the past two years, had to settle for second after locking up his tyres at the start of his final flying lap. Sebastian Vettel was third for

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Flavio Briatore facing jail over tax fraud

Five years ago, Italian police seized the former Renault chief’s 60-metre luxury yacht Force Blue, saying it was improperly registered as a charter for tax purposes. The case returned to the Genoa courts this week, according to Italian media reports. Prosecutors accuse 65-year-old Briatore – who was banned from F1 in 2009 over his involvement

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Drivers qoute after Spain qualies

Nico Rosberg “Today was a good day in the office for me. The conditions were really difficult out there but, thanks to the team, we nailed the setup and got it all together. I really feel great in the car this weekend and was able to improve from session to session. So now I hope

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