Sport Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone would like to extend the ruling of double-points to the final three races

Fans, drivers and teams have expressed their concern at a 'lottery' final race where double-points would be on offer

Sebastian Vettel put his Red Bull on pole position at the Canadian Grand Prix

F1: Sebastien Vettel takes pole at the Canadian Grand Prix

Sebastian Vettel put his Red Bull on pole position at the Canadian Grand Prix, ending Mercedes' hopes of a fifth successive start from the top slot.

Jenson Button just trailed Paul di Resta, below, in yesterday’s practice

Mercedes face points deduction as Pirelli avoid teams showdown

Lotus boss expects the Anglo-German outfit to be punished for wrongly helping tyre supplier

Nico Rosberg on his way to victory

F1: Lewis Hamilton fears tyre issues could trouble Mercedes in Canada

Nico Rosberg won in Monaco

The Sport Matrix: Thursday 6 June 2013

<b>Healy could be sent home for biting</b>

Hamilton has won the Canadian Grand Prix twice in the last three years, with McLaren

F1: Ferrari cleared on tyres but Mercedes still in dock over secret test

The FIA have announced that they have dropped their investigation against Ferrari conducting tyre tests on behalf of Pirelli in Barcelona but will continue to pursue one against Mercedes.

The Sport Matrix: Monday 27 May 2013

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The pack of cars in action during the 2013 Monaco Grand Prix

Formula One: Monaco Grand Prix marred by Red Bull protests over Mercedes' tyre test

Mercedes' Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton took the front row of the grid in qualifying yesterday

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Alain Prost with his great rival Ayrton Senna (left)

'Drivers closer to the engineers could get an advantage over the others': Alain Prost predicts turbocharged change

Former champion says new engines will make ‘brain power’ as vital as horsepower for drivers

Lewis Hamilton at the Monaco Grand Prix

Nico Rosberg of Mercedes sets the pace in Monaco during practice

The German has been on pole position at the last two races

Nico Rosberg claims pole ahead of Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel for the Spanish GP

Nico Rosberg takes pole ahead of Lewis Hamilton for Spanish GP pole

Nico Rosberg beats Lewis Hamilton as Mercedes lock-out front row; Sebastian Vettel completes top three

Nico Rosberg takes pole at Bahrain Grand Prix as penalty over gear box change leaves Lewis Hamilton starting ninth

Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg took pole position at the Bahrain Grand Prix today, finishing ahead of Sebastian Vettel of Red Bull and Fernando Alonso of Ferrari for the race that is being held amid widespread anti-government protests in the divided nation.

Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone sees reigning champion Sebastian Vettel’s attitude as good for the sport

Kevin Garside: No one tunes in for tyre strategies Bernie, so give us chariot races

The Way I See It: When the purists complained, Bernie replied: ‘Beats going out of business’

Nico Rosberg behind the wheel for Mercedes

F1: Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg ready for favourite Grand Prix in China

Rosberg too the chequered flag last year

Lewis Hamilton: Former world champion said Mercedes debut had surpassed expectations

F1: Lewis Hamilton 'is Mercedes No 1' claims former driver

Team orders suggest former McLaren driver will be given preferential treatment over Nico Rosberg,

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