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Edwards was leading the Porsche Supercup championship but was tragically killed when the car he was a passenger in burst into flames after hitting the barrier at Queensland Raceway

Motor Racing: Schumacher crash lets in Hakkinen

Canadian Grand Prix: World champion takes full advantage after German rival makes costly error while in the lead

Motor Racing: Dennis has faith in Coulthard

Canadian Grand Prix: McLaren chief eases driver's anxieties with robust endorsement of status

Motor Racing: No brakes on Irvine's bile

EDDIE IRVINE has claimed he is a better driver than the world champion and David Coulthard, and suggested that he would be happy to take the Scot's place as Mika Hakkinen's team-mate at McLaren next season.

Motor racing: Mosley regime under attack

DRIVERS AND pundits have been harping on about it for some time and now, under the sheer weight of worldwide pressure, the Formula One authorities must urgently reconsider their strategy and objectives on car design.

Spanish Grand Prix: McLaren triumph amid F1's failure

Spanish Grand Prix: Familiar podium follows tedious procession as drivers blame regulations for killing competition

Motor racing: Irvine breezes through to front

THE WINDS of change may be blowing through Formula One after all, even if no one is prepared to predict how the dust will settle.

Motor racing: Schumacher back in the old routine

THE COUNTER attractions here are many and varied, and yesterday 20 of the 22 drivers were consigned to the sideshow. They have their places, of course, but not, it would appear, in the main event.

Motor racing: Drivers join Coulthard in battle over back-markers

THEY ARE talking again of the uniquely demanding challenge here, but this time there is an additional concern, the re-emergence of the obstinate back marker.

Formula One: Tactical triumph for Schumacher

San Marino Grand Prix: Ferrari exploit McLaren's misfortunes as Hakkinen crashes and Coulthard is lost in traffic

Motoracing: McLaren take their front-row seats

Late Mika Hakkinen charge leaves Ferrari feeling short-changed at San Marino GP

Motor Racing: Hill warms to his task

EARLY SEASON frustrations evaporated for the old champion and the contender here yesterday. Damon Hill and David Coulthard were counter- punching and talking a good fight.

Motor racing: Time for Coulthard to move out of neutral

David Tremayne says that the Scot must prove his ability to compete

Motor racing: Jordan backs Frentzen

Brazilian Grand Prix: German driver primed to upset established order

Motor Racing: Squeal of tyres in the search for right groove

THERE'S A new sound in Formula One this year, discernible even beneath the scream of 10- cylinder power units. At a time when Sylvester Stallone is ready to place Hollywood's hands on the wheel to commence filming his forthcoming motor racing epic, it may be apposite that the latest hard-compound tyres are once again accompanied by the squealing forever associated with all good B movies.

Motor Racing: Hakkinen crashes as Coulthard flies

Australian Grand Prix: McLaren see Ferrari as main threat tomorrow despite Italian team's poor practice times
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