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Alonso demands a faster Ferrari

Fernando Alonso says Ferrari must show progress at next weekend's Spanish Grand Prix.

Forza Motorsport 4 Top Gear car pack drives into May

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F1 teams leave Bahrain Grand Prix decision to FIA

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Jarno Trulli has been replaced by Vitaly Petrov

Petrov replaces Trulli at Caterham

Russian Vitaly Petrov has replaced Italian veteran Jarno Trulli at Caterham for 2012.

Jarno Trulli has been axed

Caterham replace Jarno Trulli with Vitaly Petrov for new F1 season

Vitaly Petrov has today been handed a Formula One reprieve after being signed up by Caterham for the new season.

Sutil faces charges following the alleged incident

Sutil to appeal GBH sentence

The former Force India driver Adrian Sutil will appeal against the 18-month suspended sentence and £167,000 fine he was given by a Munich court last month after being found guilty of causing grievous bodily harm.

Sport in Brief: Piracy fear disrupts Ocean Race

Boats competing in the Volvo Ocean Race had to be transported onboard a huge ship manned by armed guards to the safe haven of Male in the Maldives because of the threat of pirates along the east coast of Africa.

Saab reaches end of the road as its dutch owner files for bankruptcy

Saab ran out of room for manoeuvre yesterday when its Dutch owner filed for bankruptcy, calling time on a nine-month battle to rescue the struggling Swedish marque.

Car-maker Saab files for bankruptcy

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Lotus deny Kimi Raikkonen deal is marketing ploy

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Iley to make move to Team Lotus

Team Lotus have confirmed the appointment of John Iley as their new performance director.

Peace breaks out in Lotus war

The long-running naming rights row surrounding the Lotus and Team Lotus brands has finally been resolved.

Indian charm masks new venue's shortcomings

Bar the odd rat, this has been a good week down at the Buddh International Circuit in Noida. The arrival of Diwali has ensured a national mood of celebration as Formula One takes the first step in attempting to challenge cricket as India's most popular sport. That, of course, is rather more than an uphill battle, but the signs look good nonetheless for a successful weekend.

Indian charm masks venue's shortcomings

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