FIA still investigating Alonso crash

“We are working with McLaren and our medical department is still looking at all the information we can find,” FIA race director Charlie Whiting told reporters on Thursday. “We are still talking to McLaren about anything mechanical. Our medical department is talking to people who treated him in hospital and that is really all I

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Australian Grand Prix Preview: Melbourne

The Australian Grand Prix circuit: a semi-permanent facility at Albert Park in Melbourne, where the soft and medium P Zero tyres have been chosen. There’s a slippery surface, low grip, high downforce and heavy braking: all of which increase the workload on the tyres. Paul Hembery, Pirelli motorsport director: “Our fifth season of Formula One

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Vettel video footage may be key to Alonso mystery

Vettel said immediately after the incident that Alonso’s reactions had appeared “strange”, but he corrected the record this week, insisting the crash was not so “dramatic” and that he only saw the final moments of it anyway. But La Gazzetta claims the footage taken from Vettel’s car depicts the McLaren-Honda suddenly slowing down and then

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