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

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Motor racing: Time for Coulthard to move out of neutral

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Motor racing: Jordan backs Frentzen

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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

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