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Mercedes take front row as new rule limits communications between the teams and their drivers

Williams development driver Susie Wolff (right), and Sir Sterling Moss, bottom left

Women lack the 'mental aptitude' to race in Formula One, says Sir Stirling Moss

Williams development driver Susie Wolff 'completely disagrees' with 16 time Grand Prix winner

Darron Gibson of Everton is congratulated by his team-mate Seamus Coleman after scoring the opening goal

Everton 2 QPR 0 match report: Harry Redknapp says talk of talent at QPR is 'cobblers'

QPR look destined for the Championship

BBC F1 presenter Suzi Perry

Matt Butler: Eddie and Suzi, the newest odd couple of the F1 soap

View From The Sofa: Chinese GP/FA Cup BBC 1/ITV

James Lawton: Sport is still about the will to win - even F1

Formula One chief Bernie Ecclestone is not always an unfailing guide to what is right and wrong in his often over-heated and morally suspect business. When driver safety was the ultimate issue he did, after all, say that a certain amount of culling among the racers was inevitable. The implication was that it was an implicit part of something that might be quite loosely described as sport.

Sebastian Vettel celebrates his controversial victory in Malaysia

After ignoring team orders, igniting a feud with Mark Webber and being widely criticised... Sebastian Vettel wins a promotion

Red Bull's title sponsor make reigning world champion director of performance

Paul Di Resta

F1: Paul Di Resta intrigued by inevitable focus on 2014 season

Cars will change radically next year

Max Chilton

F1: Max Chilton enthused by Marussia progress

The Malaysian Grand Prix takes place this weekend

Danny Boyle, film-maker

Page 3 Profile: Danny Boyle, film-maker

The director?

Bernie Ecclestone, Formula One Supremo

Page 3 Profile: Bernie Ecclestone, Formula One Supremo

Any radical changes to Formula One this year?

Sebastian Vettel celebrates winning his third world title

F1 2013 calender: Which channel is the Grand Prix on?

BBC and Sky share rights to the Formula One season

Trunki launches a limited-edition F1 Lotus bag for budding Lewis Hamiltons on Friday. As you'll see from page 81, Formula 1 racing is back for the 2013 season, so they'll be ahead of the curve (£50; trunki.co.uk).
Mark Webber in action for Red Bull in Barcelona

Lewis Hamilton and Mark Webber quickest in pre-season F1 testing

The final pre-season session before the start of the season is taking place

Adrian Sutil pictured testing for Force India in Barcelona

Adrian Sutil returns to Force India 15 months after being axed

Sutil will partner Paul di Resta for the coming campaign

Derek Rose (left), the former fiance of Tamara Ecclestone (right), has been found guilty of blackmailing her

'Cynical and vicious': Tamara Ecclestone's ex gets four years for blackmail

A former boyfriend of Tamara Ecclestone has been sentenced to four years in prison for an "audacious" attempt to blackmail her for £200,000.

The Melbourne street circuit has played host to the Australian Grand Prix since 1996 using the roads that circle Albert Park Lake. The streets were re-laid for the inaugural event fourteen years ago therefore making it smoother than other street circuit and popular with the drivers.

Bernie Ecclestone keen for Australian Grand Prix to remain on Formula One calender

Local opposition and rival bids are threatening the Melbourne race

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