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Fernando Alonso expects Ferrari to improve

Fernando Alonso has said that Ferrari's start to the F1 season in Australia was "not the start we wanted" but expects a significant improvement in Malaysia.

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Valentino Rossi troubled by shoulder injury

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Button, Hamilton and co. prepare for battle.

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F1 supremo to give Bahrain GP more time

Bernie Ecclestone has hinted that Bahrain may be given more time to re-organise it's postponed formula one race.

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F1 supremo hopeful on retaining Turkish race

Bernie Ecclestone has left the door open for the Turkish Grand Prix to continue after this season.

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Ferrari's start is not good enough, says Fernando Alonso

Fernando Alonso has admitted that his Ferrari team has made a very poor start to the Formula One season, but he accepts that the situation can quickly be turned around.

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Robert Kubica leaves hospital

Robert Kubica has been released from hospital after recovering from the serious injuries he suffered in February.

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Ferrari president jokes about future in politics

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I'm not here because of money, says Vitaly Petrov

Lotus Renault driver Vitaly Petrov has hit out at claims that the only reason he is involved in F1 at all is because of his ability to attract sponsors and funding.

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Jenson Button optimistic on title challenge

McLaren star Jenson Button will look to increase his chances of winning the world-title at next Saturday's Chinese Grand Prix, after an encouraging performance in Malaysia.

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Ferrari president laments slow start

Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo has stated his disappointment at his team's poor start to the 2011 season, but expects a rapid recovery.

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Jenson Button expects last year's battle to continue

Jenson Button thinks that the top three teams, McLaren, Red Bull and Ferrari, will once again dominant this year's F1 Championship.

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Jenson Button talks up McLaren's chances

McLaren are closer to F1 rivals Red Bull this year than they were at the beginning of last season, according to Jenson Button.

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Jenson Button grateful for extra two weeks

McLaren driver Jenson Button has admitted that the two week delay in starting this year's championship was crucial in allowing his team to develop their car.

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Lewis Hamilton in round-the-world trip to see brother's debut

McLaren star Lewis Hamilton will make a 21,000km round trip this weekend to watch his younger brother make his racing debut at Brands Hatch.

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Bahrain rescheduling still possible

F1's governing body may allow a reshceduling of the Bahrain Grand Prix despite there being a three month state of emergency, PaddockTalk have reported.

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Fernando Alonso says McLaren are 'better than they look'

Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso has stated that he will not be fooled by McLaren's lack of pace in testing, as it does not reveal true race pace.

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Ross Brawn admits to nerves ahead of final testing

Mercedes team principle Ross Brawn had said that the pressure riding on the final test in Barcelona is huge, as a new upgrade is hoped to improve the car.