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Carlos Sainz Jr.’s 2015 Spanish GP Display Justifies His Signing by Toro Rosso

Published: May 13, 2015

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Carlos Sainz Jr. shouldn't have been in Formula One this year. He should have been in exile in the DTM, on the outside looking in. He should have been in the World Endurance Championship, racing alongside his fellow has-beens, or in Formula E, the place where the souls of the ghosts of F1's recent past go to die. He should have been clinging on to the dream, joining the rat race of GP2, or escaping the bubble entirely by heading to the United States and a life in IndyCar. Or perhaps he should have been sat at home, taking a year out, contemplating his next move and wondering whether his F1 career... 


Formula 1′s Driver Power Rankings After 2015 Spanish Grand Prix

Published: May 13, 2015

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The 2015 Spanish Grand Prix wasn't Formula One's finest hour. While not the worst race the Circuit de Catalunya has ever produced, it was far from the best. Such races make it difficult for a driver to shine, but Nico Rosberg was among the few to manage it. The German had a near-perfect weekend, following up his pole position with the race win to cut team-mate Lewis Hamilton's championship lead to 20 points. Valtteri Bottas also stood out, holding off a Ferrari for the second time in two races to finish an excellent fourth. The drivers will now be preparing for the next race—Monaco, on 24... 


Imagining a Formula 1 Future Without Red Bull

Published: May 12, 2015

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It seems we can no longer go a week without some new threat from Red Bull to pull out of Formula One. The latest, at last weekend's Spanish Grand Prix, was vocalized by Helmut Marko, team adviser and talent-spotter extraordinaire."If we don't have a competitive engine in the near future, then either Audi is coming or we are out," said the Austrian former F1 driver, per the BBC's Andrew Benson.How quickly some people forget!A mere 18 months ago, Red Bull and Renault were celebrating their fourth-straight championship season. Now, Renault are hopelessly lost and only the Volkswagen Group can ensure... 


5 Team-Order Controversies That Shamed Formula 1

Published: May 12, 2015

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Team orders have been a part of Formula One since the first world championship was held in 1950. Most teams used them to some degree or another, and not just in the modern, "move aside" manner; in the days when such things were allowed, it wasn't uncommon for a driver to be asked to give up his car to the team leader. Juan Manuel Fangio benefited from this practice three times in seven races on his way to the 1956 drivers' title and nobody batted an eyelid. F1 progressed through the 1960s, 1970s, 1980s and into the 1990s. Teams continued to openly favour one driver over the other—and no one... 


Lewis Hamilton, Thierry Henry Participate in 5-a-Side Match with Arsenal Legends

Published: May 11, 2015

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Lewis Hamilton is the reigning Formula One world champion, so conventional wisdom would suggest that the Englishman is unfazed by most competitive situations. However, when the lifelong Arsenal fan was presented with the opportunity to play in a five-a-side match with a handful of Arsenal legends, even Hamilton was giddy at the prospect. Hamilton, donning a retro Arsenal shirt, joined the likes of Sol Campbell, Ray Parlour and Robert Pires to battle a group of Sky pundits, led by Arsenal legend himself, Thierry Henry. Hamilton's side lost the match on penalties after the game played... 


Formula 1′s Latest Rumours and Talk: Lewis Hamilton Contract, Red Bull and More

Published: May 11, 2015

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Will Lewis Hamilton stay or go? The 30-year-old has made no secret of his intention to remain at Mercedes since claiming his second world championship at the end of 2014—indeed, he told Sky Sports a new deal was "a formality" the morning after the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix—but the contract saga, as we can now call it, still shows no signs of ending. And it has been reported that Hamilton's ambitious demands are behind the standstill. The careers of Daniel Ricciardo and Daniil Kvyat have certainly stood still in 2015, with both drivers suffering from Red Bull Racing's tumble down the pecking... 


Power Ranking the Formula 1 Teams After 2015 Spanish Grand Prix

Published: May 11, 2015

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Mercedes swept to their fourth victory of the year at the 2015 Formula One Spanish Grand Prix—but this time it was Nico Rosberg on the top step of the podium. The German drove a faultless race from pole to record his first win of the current season. Team-mate Lewis Hamilton followed him home in second to complete a dominant one-two for the Silver Arrows; the closest non-Mercedes was more than 45 seconds down on Rosberg. Not a good weekend for Ferrari. But Williams will be pleased as they ran the Scuderia close, while the Renault-powered teams will be celebrating after every single one of... 


Spanish Grand Prix 2015: Winners and Losers from Catalunya Race

Published: May 10, 2015

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Nico Rosberg finally returned to winning ways in Sunday's Spanish Grand Prix, registering his first victory of the 2015 Formula One season. It was a timely triumph for the German, who despite finishing on the podium in each of the previous four races had endured a testing start to the campaign. He had been unable to recreate his strong performances from last season when he came within touching distance of the world title. After setting pole position, Rosberg had told Sky Sports of his desire for an unexciting race. That was exactly what he—not to mention the rest of us—got, with the... 


Is Nico Rosberg’s Spanish Grand Prix Win a Turning Point in the 2015 F1 Season?

Published: May 10, 2015

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It took 182 days, but Nico Rosberg finally beat his Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton again in a Formula One race on Sunday at the Spanish Grand Prix. Those six months must have felt like six years to Rosberg, who beat Hamilton at last year's Brazilian Grand Prix but then lost the title at the final race before finishing behind his British rival at the first four grands prix of 2015. Rosberg's relief was evident after he qualified on pole for the Spanish race, held at the Catalunya circuit outside Barcelona. In the FIA press conference on Saturday, he said, "Of course I needed it sooner rather... 


Spanish F1 Grand Prix 2015 Results: Winner, Standings, Highlights and Reaction

Published: May 10, 2015

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Nico Rosberg reigned supreme at the Spanish Grand Prix on Sunday, as he put together a stunning performance to top the podium ahead of Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton and Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel—as Sky Sports News HQ revealed: Hamilton surrendered pole position for the first time this season to Rosberg, who took full advantage by opening up a one-second lead on Vettel and two ahead of the Englishman after Lap 1. It wasn’t the ideal start for the world champion, whose wheelspin prevented him from giving Vettel a run for his money off the line, and that much proved costly as... 


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