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18 Apr 2017

Mercedes Team Order to Stop F1 Threat of Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel

Mercedes are considering team orders to combat Ferrari’s challenge in the early stages of the season.

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06 Apr 2017

2017 MGU-K from Russian GP is aim to used by Renault

The new MGU-K concerns is the reliability that prompted a manufacturer of French cars to adopt a no-risk strategy at 1st races for its work team (Toro Rosso and Red Bull). But it has not come without penalty due to the older specification which is 5kg heavy and 1 kg

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18 Feb 2017

Ted Kravitz gives his verdict on the Chinese Grand Prix after Lewis Hamilton took victory in Shanghai.

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06 Jan 2017

In Force India, Bob Fernley hopes that Liberty Media a new owners of F1 to stop worrying between the midfield and the top 3 teams

It was only William’s Felipe Massa,  who was midfield that does not lapped. Force India team Fernley was a lap down with both cars says that this situation was down to top 3’s absurd spending advantage. He thinks it’s going worse about the gap between top3 and midfield, and the

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06 Dec 2016

Article of the Year

End-of-year polls are all the rage on motorsport websites, usually giving you the chance to vote for your driver or team of the year. As a bit of fun for the end of The Runoff Area’s first full year since its relaunch, I gave my readers the chance to vote

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17 Nov 2016

Silverstone developments hit trouble

Silverstone, Friday: Redevelopments at the Silverstone circuit have run into trouble in recent days, after the British Racing Drivers’ Club realised that their new pit and paddock complex was being built in the wrong place. The new facility, set to open in 2011, was set to be constructed in the

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03 Nov 2016

Red Bull admit driver favouritism

Milton Keynes, Monday: Red Bull Racing have admitted that they do exhibit a policy of preferential driver treatment, after the collision between drivers Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel in Sunday’s Turkish Grand Prix sparked discussions over the issue. Red Bull have long insisted that no driver receives superior treatment from

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28 Oct 2016

Wall blamed for Massa damage

Montreal, Monday: In a late announcement from the stewards of the Canadian Grand Prix, it has emerged that the wall immediately prior to the pit entrance on the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve has been reprimanded and fined $10,000 for causing an avoidable incident with Michael Schumacher and Felipe Massa. The Mercedes

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