Sport Michael Schumacher is seen in the pits during a training session at the Ricardo Tormo racetrack in Cheste near Valencia in 2006

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Sergio Perez will join Force India for 2014 after leaving McLaren

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Lewis Hamilton was last week happy to settle for fourth place – but where's the fun in that?
A view of the track at Silverstone

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Silverstone, the historic race track which hosts the Formula 1 British Grand Prix, is to be sold for little more than £10m, according to recently released documents. The sale price stands in stark contrast to the construction cost of purpose-built racing circuits: a new 3.5-mile track, which is set to rival Silverstone, is being built in Wales at a forecast cost of £250m.

Maria de Villota has died aged 33 just a year after being involved in a horrific crash where she lost her right eye

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Redding's approach has earned him a 21-point lead in the Moto2 championship after 10 round

Scott Redding to clean up like Mr Sheene

Moto2 rider on verge of becoming first British champion since the 1970s icon

Sebastian Vettel cruised to the 31st win of his Formula One career

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They are still pinching themselves in Milton Keynes, home of the Red Bull Racing team. They have been used to winning races and world championships over the past three seasons – no other team or driver has had a look-in in the drivers’ and constructors’ series since Sebastian Vettel was first crowned in 2010 – but even they were astonished at the ease with which he destroyed opposition from Ferrari and Mercedes at Spa-Francorchamps on Sunday.

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