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Formula One plans Austrian return
With backing of Austrian-owned team Red Bull, Formula One looks to end 11-year break by scheduling Spielberg race.
Last updated: 23 Jul 2013 14:44 GMT
Brawn: 'Hamilton is not favoured'
Mercedes principal Ross Brawn defends team orders that saw Hamilton and Rosberg hold position at Malaysian Grand Prix.
Last updated: 06 Apr 2013 15:51 GMT
Formula One: A pay to play industry?
Increasingly F1's smaller teams look for drivers who bring money and sponsors instead of developing existing talent.
Last updated: 22 Jan 2013 17:22 GMT
Hamilton triumphs at Monza
McLaren driver puts aside doubts over his future to claim third win of the season and 20th overall at Italian GP.
Last updated: 09 Sep 2012 14:28 GMT
Schumacher approaches 300th race
Seven-time world champion returns to familiar surroundings in Belgium becoming second F1 driver to reach landmark.
Last updated: 29 Aug 2012 16:46 GMT
The danger of the Formula One lottery
After six winners from six races, the unpredictable nature of F1 might not be as positive as some would first hope.
Last updated: 29 Jun 2012 12:30 GMT
There's no winning formula to F1, yet
With an unprecedented six different winners from six races, opinions are split over what that means for the sport.
Last updated: 29 May 2012 17:10 GMT
Schumacher fastest but not on pole
After finishing fastest in qualifying at the Monaco Grand Prix, Michael Schumacher is not about to get ahead of himself.
Last updated: 26 May 2012 19:18 GMT
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'We got this, Bob Geldof, so back off'
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Gunning down the taxmen of Somalia
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Down and out in upscale Japan
Tokyo government claims its homeless population has hit a record low, but analysts - and the homeless - beg to differ.
3D printing and the future of disaster relief
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