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Irvine earns Italian respect

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Motor racing: New designer for Ferrari

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Motor racing: Ferrari passes its test

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Brawn in line for Ferrari

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Protests threaten safety of race

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Hakkinen on recovery road

David Tremayne in Adelaide watches a sport cope with potential tragedy

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