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For the third day running in Jerez, Red Bull were forced to bring an early end to their test.

Daniel Ricciardo of Australia and Infiniti Red Bull Racing has a car breakdown on his installation lap in Jerez

F1: Red Bull problems continue during testing after Daniel Ricciardo forced out of car amid smoke

World champion Sebastian Vettel managed just 11 laps yesterday

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F1: Jenson Button tops day two testing in Jerez but progress hampered by knee infection

Button is struggling to meet the new weight restrictions that has already had him on a strict diet over the winter due to an infection in his knee

Michael Schumacher and Fernando Alonso pose together

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Leonardo DiCaprio forms racing team to help speed up electric car sales

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Ex-Formula One driver Robert Kubica awarded inaugural FIA 'Personality of the Year' after comeback from near-fatal crash

Kubica triumphed in the second-tier WRC2 championship at the first attempt and could move to the main series for next season

McLaren team principal Martin Whitmarsh (R) has admitted he is doing his utmost to find Sergio Perez (L) a 2014 drive

F1: McLaren team principal Martin Whitmarsh admits he is doing everything possible to find Sergio Perez a 2014 drive

Perez announced this week that McLaren had replaced him with rookie Kevin Magnussen but Whitmarsh admits he has spoken to Lotus and Force India about taking Perez next season

Heikki Kovalainen will replace fellow Finn Kimi Raikkonen who is undergoing back surgery

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Former McLaren driver to replace fellow Finn Kimi Raikkonen for remainder of season

Mercedes Formula One driver Schumacher gestures during a photo call before the Brazilian F1 Grand Prix at Interlagos

F1: Michael Schumacher rejected approach from Lotus to race in last two Grand Prix of the season

The seven-time world champion 'feels so good in his new life' he rejected the chance

Caterham Cars speeds into global sports motor market

British sports car maker Caterham is driving ahead  with ambitious plans to conquer Asian markets, according to chief executive Tony Fernandes, who is also chairman of QPR.

The streets around London’s Wembley Stadium are being considered as the location for the UK’s first electric single-seater car race, according to organisers

Wembley set to get green flag to host Formula E electric car race

It is more accustomed to playing host to legions of worse-for-wear football fans. But the streets around London’s Wembley Stadium are being considered as the location for the UK’s first electric single-seater car race, according to organisers.

Red Bull have confirmed Daniel Ricciardo will drive for the team next season

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