Kimi Raikkonen celebrates his victory in Abu Dhabi in November

Magical memories of 2012 - Formula One: 'Kimi Raikkonen's Lotus win was F1's most romantic result'

4 November: Raikkonen zooms to victory in Abu Dhabi

Driving force: Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel looks relaxed in the pit lane during the first training session in Texas

Hamilton holds the key to Alonso's title hopes

Briton is only one who can stop Vettel's almost inevitable march to title

Flying Finn: Lotus's Kimi Raikkonen 'looks motivated', says Niki Lauda

Raikkonen up to speed after rallying to the call of Lotus

In the season of six world champions, two are on the comeback trail. Ironically, Kimi Raikkonen is the man who replaced Michael Schumacher at Ferrari back in 2007, the year the Finn won his title.

Peter Warr: Racing driver and team manager who nurtured the careers of Nigel Mansell and Ayrton Senna

Peter Warr was best known for his management of the Lotus, Wolf and Fittipaldi Formula 1 teams in the Seventies and Eighties.

F1 team Campos change name

New Formula One team Campos Meta renamed itself Hispania Racing Team today.

Schumacher unrepentant in feud with Montoya

The legendary champion Juan Manuel Fangio once told Ayrton Senna during a visit to Adelaide for the Australian Grand Prix: "You are a great driver, but you are not yet a great champion." In the time left to him, Senna took that to heart and did his best to abide by Fangio's maxim: "You must always try to be the best, but you should never believe that you are."

Call for new Senna crash inquest

Fox's 20th century: 1985-90: Ayrton Senna

WHEN HE was a child in Sao Paulo, the boy who would become the driver with the greatest ability since Fangio showed few signs of the co-ordination which helped make him a three-times world champion. His mother said she always had to buy him two ice-creams because he usually dropped the first.

Equestrianism: Interview Blyth Tait - `I'm not sure we can take much more'

A sport traumatised by tragedy must accept it may have to lose some of its sting

The perils of living in a risk-free world

Whenever there is an accident involving an adventure sport, a cry goes up to prohibit it

Motor Racing: Senna ruling due next month

The verdict on the six Formula One figures accused of the manslaughter of Ayrton Senna will be delivered in a month's time. Antonio Costanzo, the Italian magistrate, will give his ruling on the death of Senna around 15 to 17 December, it emerged yesterday as the trial continued in Imola.

Motor racing: Drivers' `reservations' on Imola

Pierluigi Martini, a former Formula One driver, told a court yesterday that he and other drivers had reservations about the surface of the Imola racetrack before Ayrton Senna died in a crash there at the San Marino Grand Prix in 1994.

Motor racing: Doubt cast on Imola surface

Oreste Dominioni, the lawyer defending Frank Williams, the Formula One team owner charged with manslaughter after the death of Ayrton Senna, yesterday raised doubts about conditions at the Imola track.

Motor racing: Williams to face judges

Frank Williams said yesterday he will appear before Italian judges next month to face a manslaughter charge arising out of the death of Ayrton Senna at the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix.

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