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Williams confident over RBS replacement Frank Williams is confident that his team will be able to secure a “pretty big” company to replace the Royal Bank of Scotland when its major sponsorship deal with the bank expires at the end of the season.

RBS announced in February 2009
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'Renault consider buying back F1 team' French carmaker Renault SA are reportedly considering buying back control of their Formula One team.

Last year, amidst rumours that Renault could pull out of Formula One, the car manufacturer sold 85 per cent of their team to
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Rosberg doubts more Merc podiums Nico Rosberg fears it will be difficult for Mercedes to claim another podium finish on pure merit before the season is out, as the team admits it continues to struggle to get the most out of its recent updates.

Rosberg has claimed all of the world
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Fernando Alonso is still chasing F1 title for Ferrari Ferrari's Fernando Alonso is not giving up on the 2010 title despite falling further behind in the championship.

Alonso, who spun out of Sunday's Belgian Grand Prix, is 41 points
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Buemi confident fortunes have changed

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For the first time this season, Toro Rosso’s Sebastien Buemi left a Grand Prix feeling pleased with his result following last weekend’s Canadian round. Buemi’s strong Montreal race saw him finish eighth, which in turn boosted the solitary point he had gleaned from May’s Monaco Grand Prix to a total tally of five.

For the Swiss driver, who has endured three retirements from the eight races run, his Canada result comes as welcome relief, especially as it helped Toro Rosso pass rivals Williams in the hunt for seventh place in the constructors’ standings.

“Three days after the last race, I’m still smiling at the thought of my Canadian Grand Prix weekend,” Buemi told Toro Rosso’s official site.

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Mercedes can win Formula 1 title, says Ross Brawn

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Mercedes boss Ross Brawn believes his team are still capable of winning this season's Formula 1 world title.

The German-owned outfit have managed only two podium finishes this season, Nico Rosberg taking third place at the Malaysian and Chinese Grands Prix.

And Rosberg, Mercedes's highest-placed driver, is 35 points behind leader Lewis Hamilton of McLaren.

But Brawn insisted: "We are still within striking distance of the Championship leaders."

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Hamilton ‘taking nothing for granted’

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Lewis Hamilton believes Formula 1 is more competitive than ever before this season, and says he is all too aware of how difficult it will be to stay at the top of the championship table.

The eight races so far have produced five different winners, and the top five drivers in the standings are covered by just 19 points – less than the 25 points awarded for a single race victory.

Hamilton took over a slender three-point lead from McLaren team-mate Jenson Button with his second consecutive win in Montreal last weekend, but feels his Red Bull and Ferrari rivals could strike back at any

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Michael Schumacher escapes Felipe Massa penalty

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Mercedes driver Michael Schumacher will not be punished for his part in an incident with Ferrari's Felipe Massa during the Canadian Grand Prix.

The seven-time champion was referred to the stewards after he made contact with Massa near the end of the race.

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Buemi thrilled with season-best result

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Sebastien Buemi was delighted to have scored his and Toro Rosso’s best result of the season so far with his eighth place in the Canadian Grand Prix – and to have overtaken Michael Schumacher in the process.

The Swiss driver started on the harder compound tyre and moved up the order as those in front

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Lewis Hamilton wins Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal

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Lewis Hamilton led Jenson Button to a McLaren one-two in a thrilling Canadian Grand Prix after a race-long five-car battle in Montreal.

Hamilton fought with Ferrari's Fernando Alonso throughout, but the Spaniard lost out to Button with 14 laps to go.

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Canada preview quotes - Ferrari, Virgin, Force India & more

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With the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve's challenging layout and Montreal’s welcoming atmosphere, the Canadian Grand Prix is a firm favourite with many of the Formula One drivers and their teams. Here they explain why and discuss their prospects...

Fernando Alonso, Ferrari
2008

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Thursday's press conference - Canada

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Q: A question to all those of you who have been here before. Your thoughts on coming back to this circuit, to Canada and Lucas your first impressions of Canada as I don't think you've been here before. So if you would like to start.

Lucas di GRASSI: Yeah, it is my first time in Canada driving. I was

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Canadian GP sells out for 2010

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Montreal has achieved a sell-out crowd for its first Formula 1 race in two years, with the organisers of the Canadian Grand Prix reporting that they closed sales for 2010 this afternoon.

Tickets for the 2011 race have now gone on sale, with this year's prices held for all bookings up to the end of July.

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Red Bull clear the air ahead of Canada

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Following a meeting at their Milton Keynes factory on Thursday, Red Bull believe they have drawn a line under the collision between drivers Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber during the Turkish Grand Prix.

Vettel, Webber, team principal Christian Horner,chief technical officer Adrian Neweyand Red Bull motorsport consultantDr Helmut Markoall attended the meetingat the team’s UK base.

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