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Ferrari in push to bring spare car back

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Ferrari is to make a push to try and get rid of the ban on spare cars in Formula 1, in the wake of Fernando Alonso being forced to skip qualifying in Monaco because of his Saturday practice accident.

Alonso crashed at the Massenet corner during the final free practice session, and major damage to his

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McLaren breaks record with Boss deal

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McLaren has extended its sponsorship deal with clothing company Hugo Boss – taking the partnership into a 30th year.

The team said the renewal made it the longest sporting association of its kind on record.

McLaren team principal Martin Whitmarsh said:“We're proud and delighted

Read more: McLaren breaks record with Boss deal


Schumi fans turn on Hill over penalty

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Damon Hill has revealed he has received hate mail from angry Michael Schumacher fans after he was involved in the stewards’ decision to penalise his old rival for his last-lap pass on Fernando Alonso in Monaco.

1996 world champion and current BRDC president Hill was the ex-driver that sat on the four-man stewards’ panel for last weekend’s race, with the one major call they had to make coming in the final moments of the race when Schumacher overtook Ferrari’s Alonso for sixth place.

Read more: Schumi fans turn on Hill over penalty


Failures to blame for both Williams shunts

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It was a bitterly disappointing Monaco Grand Prix for Williams, with both Nico Hulkenberg and Rubens Barrichello crashing out of the Monte Carlo race. But rather than driver errors, the British team have already discovered that both high-speed accidents were caused

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Webber: Title not a two-horse race

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An overjoyed Mark Webber said his Monaco Grand Prix win was “absolutely incredible” and made it “the greatest day of my life” – but cautioned that the championship battle was still wide-open.

For the second race running the Australian led from start to finish to win in textbook fashion,outpacing his wunderkind team-mate Sebastian Vetteland withstanding four safety car periods that whittled away hard-earned leads.

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Renault announces new partner for team

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Renault has announced that Saudi Arabian businessman Tarek E. Obaid will become a partner of the Formula 1 team.

Obaid is the co-founder, co-partner and CEO of PetroSaudi International, a private oil and gas company.

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Vettel trusts brake issue a one-off

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Sebastian Vettel is confident there will be no repeat of his Spanish Grand Prix brake problems, after the issue cost him points at Barcelona.

The Red Bull Racing driver was slowed in the closing stages of last weekend's race with a front left brake problem - which forced him to nurse the car home as he slipped to third.

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Alonso targets 'perfect' qualifying

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Fernando Alonso thinks he and Ferrari will have to deliver a 'perfect' performance in qualifying at Monaco if it is going to have a chance of carrying forward its strong practice pace into the race.

The Spaniard was fastest in both of Thursday's practice sessions for Monaco, and said he felt comfortable with how his F10 felt

Read more: Alonso targets 'perfect' qualifying


Sutil thrilled with car set-up

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Adrian Sutil declared himself delighted with his Force India’s set-up and handling after setting the eighth fastest time on the opening day of practice.

The German always goes well on the Principality’s streets, in previous years seizing chances presented by rain to overcome his car’s shortcomings.

But with the Force India VJM03

Read more: Sutil thrilled with car set-up


Kubica tells critics to lay off new teams

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Robert Kubica believes Formula 1’s established teams should stop spending so much time scrutinizing the performance of the grid’s new squads and just accept the inevitable traffic problems that will crop up around Monaco.

With Lotus, Virgin and Hispania lapping between three and five seconds off the

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