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Oct 24

F1: Live Updates! Thursday Indian GP On-Site Coverage

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Nico Rosberg of Germany and Mercedes GP is focused on India. (Photo: Getty Images)

We’re Still Trying To Beat Red Bull, Says Rosberg

Nico Rosberg says he expects to be challenging for victory in India, despite Sebastian Vettel’s recent dominance.

“Well, I’m here to do that; that’s for sure,” said the Mercedes driver. “And the last couple of races have not really gone to plan, a lot of bad luck, also. But, I have a very good car at the moment. I think the Red Bull is a bit quicker than us, but you never know. If we really get everything right on a weekend like here in India, then it’s possible to beat Mark (Webber) and Sebastian (Vettel) in that car. That’s what I’m here to do, so I’ll give it everything and we’ll see.”

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Oct 23

F1: Kvyat Denies Sponsors Influenced His F1 Debut

F1: Kvyat Denies Sponsors Influenced His F1 Debut

Daniil Kvyat of Russia prepares to drive the Toro Rosso F1 car during the young drivers test at Silverstone Circuit. (Photo: Getty Images)

Daniil Kvyat has denied his surprise promotion to Toro Rosso for 2014 is being powered by Russian sponsors.

“To come into Formula One, especially with Toro Rosso, all that matters is the performance and the results,” the 19-year-old GP3 driver told Championat.

Oct 12

F1: Red Bull Aero Chief Set To Rejoin McLaren

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Red Bull Racing Head of Aerodynamics Peter Prodromou is set to join McLaren in 2015. (Photo: Getty Images)

McLaren Racing managing director Jonathan Neale confirmed today that Red Bull’s head of aerodynamics will return to the Woking team.

Peter Prodromou, who worked at McLaren from 1991 to 2006 before following Adrian Newey to Red Bull, is set to rejoin McLaren in 2015 – although his current employer is still hoping to hang on to him, with Christian Horner saying that the deal was “not set in stone.”

Nevertheless McLaren is adamant that the team has got its man.

Oct 10

F1: Vettel Believes There Is Respect Among Drivers

Vettel Believes There Is Respect Among Drivers

Sebastian Vettel of Germany and Infiniti Red Bull Racing is interviewed by the media in the paddock during previews for the Japanese GP. (Photo: Getty Images)

Sebastian Vettel says he was happy to read Lewis Hamilton’s positive comments about the German driver on Twitter earlier this week.

Hamilton had indicated that F1 was getting boring with Vettel winning all the time, as was the case with Michael Schumacher.

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Oct 9

F1: Vettel Aiming To Clinch Title At Japanese GP

F1: Vettel Aiming To Clinch Title At Japanese GP

Sebastian Vettel of Germany and Infiniti Red Bull Racing is on the cusp of his fourth F1 title. (Photo: Getty Images)

The calculations are simple for Sebastien Vettel as he chases victory in the Japanese Grand Prix to secure a fourth straight Formula One championship.

If Vettel wins at Suzuka on Sunday, and his nearest rival Fernando Alonso finishes worse than eighth, the German driver will join his compatriot Michael Schumacher and Argentine Juan-Manuel Fangio as the only men to win four consecutive titles. And if he does it in Japan, where he has won three of the last four GP races, he’ll be the youngest in the exclusive list to achieve four straight titles.