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Sebastian Vettel can see no reason why he would want to quit Red Bull, despite the apparent existence of a get-out clause in his current contract.

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There has been no shortage of takeover chatter around Hammerson lately. The possibility of the developer – whose portfolio includes the Brent Cross and Bullring shopping centres in north London and Birmingham – being snapped up has caused much excitement, and the bid spotlight was switched back on yesterday.

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The fire is tackled in the Williams garage

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A full investigation has been launched into the cause of a fire that turned Williams' Spanish Grand Prix victory celebrations sour.

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The writer explains to Daneet Steffens what it is that keeps drawing her back to the 19th century

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How to develop an engine fit for superheroes

Rotary power has been a signature of Mazda innovation ever since the company launched the Cosmo 110S
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In the 1960s a young Twiggy joined Mary Quant, Peter Sellers and The Beatles in picking the modest Mini as her car of choice to cut across swinging London. Today's young stars don't quite seem to have grasped the concept of stealth wealth. So as the typical 18-year-old gets to work in a battered-old Corsa, teen idol Justin Bieber, One Direction's Harry Styles and snooker player Judd Trump and are all bombing around in £100k-plus supercars.

Bomb explodes at political rally in southern Nepal, killing four

A bomb exploded today in a busy market area in a southern Nepal town where a political rally was being held, killing at least four people and wounding 14 others, police said.

Codemasters F1 Online: The Game closed beta starts its engine

F1 fans looking to take part in Codemasters’ latest spin-ff F1 Online: The Game can now register their interest for the closed beta.

Racing driver Sandra Harrison-Moore killed at Goodwood

A woman racing driver has died after a crash at Goodwood motor racing circuit, police said today.

Scouts sack lesbian leader for being gay

The Boy Scouts of America has come under renewed fire over its controversial ban on gays after it sacked a Tiger Scout leader on the grounds that she was a lesbian.

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