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Vergne joins Ferrari

Jean-Eric Vergne has joined Ferrari as test driver with a focus on developing the car in the team's simulator.

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Newey to still attend some GPs

Red Bull's Christian Horner says Adrian Newey will still attend some races in 2015 with the team boss keen to stress that the legendary designer is not completely stepping away from F1.

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Clear linked with Ferrari move

Jock Clear, is to leave Mercedes for Ferrari, according to reports in Germany.

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Bernie to pitch new engines

Bernie Ecclestone will once again propose that F1 returns to normally aspirated engines at Thursday's Strategy Group meeting.

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Fry and Tombazis leave Ferrari

Pat Fry and Nikolas Tombazis have been ousted from Ferrari in a dramatic shake-up of the Scuderia's management by new team boss Maurizio Arrivabene.

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'Monaco took it to next level'

Lewis Hamilton says Nico Rosberg took their rivalry “to another level” following what he still believes to have been deliberate mistake during qualifying in Monaco.

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Nielsen joins Williams

Steve Nielsen has been appointed Sporting Manager at Williams with immediate effect.

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Ecclestone cold on Qatar race

Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone has informed Qatar no amount of money can buy them a grand prix in the future.

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Alonso has 'unfinished business'

Fernando Alonso says he has “unfinished business“ at McLaren and has to put right a dark point of his career in 2007.

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Dennis: Hamilton not blameless

Ron Dennis has claimed that Lewis Hamilton wasn't entirely blameless in the spectacular fallout at McLaren in 2007 which triggered Fernando Alonso's original departure from the team

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Button reveals two-year deal

Jenson Button has stressed that the new McLaren-Honda partnership will need time to fulfil its potential after signing a two-year deal to stay on with the team.

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McLaren pair Button and Alonso

McLaren have retained Jenson Button for 2015 with the veteran staying on to partner the returning Fernando Alonso in an all-world champion line-up.

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