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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

McLaren too quick for their own good

Cutting edge of technology is wounding Formula One's standard bearers

Mosley defends F1 technical checks

Button's rapid start to life in the fastest lane

Coulthard's disqualification in Brazil hands impressive young Briton first championship points

FIA sets Coulthard appeal date

Safra murder shatters Monaco's reputation as super safe haven

THE reputation of the tiny state of Monaco as the most secure square mile on Earth lies in ruins this weekend.

Motor Racing: McLaren lose the sympathy vote in Suzuka

IF IT'S SUZUKA, it's bound to be controversial. Over the years the challenging Japanese track has seen more than its share of incidents which have shaped the destiny of world championships.

Motor Racing: Hakkinen the best of the rest

WHEN THE moment came, one man was up to it, the other was not. At the end of a season characterised by blunders and the bizarre, the tried and usually trusted prevailed.

Motor Racing: Schumacher row sours Hakkinen title day

Former champion complains of dirty tricks after Coulthard deliberately holds up the challenge of Ferrari in Japanese Grand Prix

Motor racing: `Lucky' Herbert is singing in the rain

GRAND PRIX OF EUROPE Coulthard blows championship chance while Hakkinen stays the course to secure two important points

Motor Racing: Frentzen displays dry wit

FOR A long time the thousands of Germans who have flocked here this weekend had nothing but empty track to watch. But as the racing line dried out following a morning shower, qualifying for the Grand Prix of Europe exploded suddenly into something out of Bugs Moran's worst nightmare. Lap times flew like machine gun bullets on St Valentine's Day.

MOTOR RACING: Schumacher dismisses Irvine title bid

MIKA HAKKINEN and his McLaren-Mercedes in front and Ferrari not so far behind; the indications are that it will come down to a straight fight between the Finn and Eddie Irvine for both tomorrow's Grand Prix of Europe and for the world championship.

MOTOR RACING: Coulthard presents case for opposition

THEY SAT together, the four contenders for the Formula One world championship, and only one of them played down his prospects here, leaving the others to advance their causes.
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