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Williams have today confirmed Bruno Senna has signed for the team for the forthcoming Formula One season.

Button bullish on Belgium chances

After winning three of the last five grands prix, McLaren are looking to increase the pressure on Red Bull at Belgium's Spa circuit this weekend.

Heidfeld feels the heat as his wheelnut goes up in flames

Renault say a delay on a pit-stop caused by a problem with a wheel nut caused Nick Heidfeld's exhaust to overheat and set fire to his car yesterday.

Button marks his 200th Grand Prix with a win

Jenson Button made it a 200th grand prix to savour as he grabbed his 11th victory in Formula One by taking the chequered flag at a captivating race in Hungary.

Sebastian Vettel on pole at the Hungaroring

Sebastian Vettel returned to top spot on the grid at the end of one of the most hotly contested qualifying sessions of the season.

Vettel in a class of his own to seal majestic return to winning ways

Turkish delight for Red Bull after one-two finish while Hamilton recovers to take fourth

Renault driver Robert Kubica released from hospital

Renault driver Robert Kubica has left the Italian hospital where he has spent the last 10 weeks recovering from the injuries he suffered in a rally accident on February 6.

Hamilton and Button close gap on Red Bull to put pole in balance

Sebastian Vettel did what everyone expected of him in Shanghai yesterday as he dominated the first two practice sessions.

Bullish Vettel takes advantage of chasing pack choked by confusion

German wins second straight race while runner-up Button battles with tyre dilemmas

Impeccable Vettel triumphs in Malaysia

Sebastian Vettel maintained his perfect start to the new Formula One season with another crushing victory in Malaysia.

Mark Webber edges McLaren duo in Malaysia

Mark Webber saw his practice advantage dramatically slashed in the second session for Sunday's Malaysian Grand Prix, but still emerged as top dog.

Renault chief admits retaining Vitaly Petrov was a gamble

Renault team principal Eric Boullier has admitted to putting his neck on the line over the winter for Vitaly Petrov.

Heidfeld: Red Bull lead the way despite holding back

Nick Heidfeld yesterday suggested Red Bull have been sandbagging in testing which could spell trouble for the rivals of the Formula One world champions.

Heidfeld gets nod to replace Kubica

Nick Heidfeld is to replace the injured Robert Kubica at Renault for the foreseeable future. Kubica is potentially out for the entire forthcoming Formula One season after undergoing a series of operations at the Santa Corona hospital in Pietra Ligure, following the serious injuries he suffered in an accident in the Ronde di Andora rally 10 days ago.

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