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Win a day on Top Gear set and Help Williams engineer Rob Smedley raise money for a good cause

9h ago - JA on F1 is reaching out to F1 fans around the world to dig deep for a very worthy cause. Williams’ charismatic senior engineer, Rob Smedley and his wife Lucy are hosting a “Sportsman’s fund raising evening” for Zoe’s Place......

F1 News headlines - Thursday 30 July 2015

13h ago - "Mercedes "needs to be careful" with Ferrari title charge". See also: Mercedes GP, Ericsson, Red Bull, Button, Raikkonen... all the main F1 news of the day....

Smedley: Mercedes caught out by tyres

13h ago - Mercedes' shock defeat by Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari in the Hungarian Grand Prix happened because the Formula 1 champion team misread the Pirelli tyres' behaviour, reckons Williams's Rob Smedley...
Which Ferrari's driver will take the advantage over the other?

Fernando Alonso
Kimi Raikkonen
No opinion



F1: Bahrain to host GP2 and GP3 season finale

13h ago - Following Germany's absence from the 2015 calendar, Bahrain will now host final rounds....

F1: Mid-season Q&A with Sauber duo

13h ago - Marcus Ericsson and Felipe Nasr reflect on the first half of the season....

F1: Hockenheim to entice fans with cheaper tickets

13h ago - Tickets go on sale for 2016 German GP as Hockenheim attempts to win back the fans....

Mid-season interview with Marcus Ericsson and Felipe Nasr

13h ago - Hinwil – The two-week factory shutdown and summer break is almost here. The Sauber F1 Team is more than halfway through the 2015 FIA Formula One Championship – so it is time for a recap and outlook. After a rather difficult 2014 season, Marcus Ericsson an...

Video: What F1 cars could look like in 2017

13h ago -   Wider rear tyres The rear tyres are wider - up to 420mm - compared to the 380mm ones used now. The greater contact patch will give cars more "muscle" and higher mechanical grip. The nose will extend 200mm further towards the front starting from the fron...
Le Pilote du jour: Noritake TAKAHARA
Il débuta sa carrière en 1969 sur une Honda avant de devenir un des piliers du championnat de F2 japonais. Il pilotera successivement pour Brabham, March puis Nova. En 1974, il devient le premier pilote japonais de l'histoire de la F1 en participant à l'International Trophy à...
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1 Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes GP)202
2 Nico Rosberg (Mercedes GP)181
3 Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari)160
4 Valtteri Bottas (Williams)77
5 Kimi Räikkönen (Ferrari)76
6 Felipe Massa (Williams)74
7 Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull)51
8 Daniil Kvyat (Red Bull)45
9 Nico Hulkenberg (Force India)24
10 Romain Grosjean (Lotus)23
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Teams championship
Pos. Team Pts.
1 Mercedes 383
2 Ferrari 236
3 Williams 151
4 Red Bull 96
5 Force India 39
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