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The french driver was banned for the italian GP. Also, Williams' Maldonado was given a 10-place grid penalty for a jump start. Read more »
The seven-time champion has only been able to go up to the podium once since his comeback and at 43, the prospects look dim. Read more »
Grosjean: “That wasn’t my best qualifying ever and I struggled a little bit. I had traffic in Q1 and I didn’t feel as confident with the car as I would like."Read more »
The team did not have a pleasant day as Webber qualified seventh, but will start 12th -right next to his teammate- because of a gearbox change and the consequent penalty. Read more »
In a very bright day at Spa-Francorchamps, McLaren came on top at the hands of Jenson Button. Kobayashi and Maldonado will start from second and third tomorrow respectively. | UPDATE #2 |Read more »
The Spaniard and Ferrari have made the most of their opportunities and the Spaniard currently holds a 40 point lead in the drivers' title race.Read more »
It was basically a now show as not even one driver registered a competitive lap time, and now uncertainly level increases. Read more »
Long straights and fast, flowing corners through the stunning Belgian countryside – could there be a better way to resume the 2012 Formula One season?Read more »
The accident deprived us of seen more action from top drivers such as Hamilton and Alonso, but still, the race had its exciting moments. Read more »
Grosjean, 26, will miss next weekend's Italian Grand Prix after being the first driver to receive a ban since Finn Mika Hakkinen of McLaren at the 1994 German Grand Prix.Read more »
Jenson Button, race winner, along with Sebastian Vettel (2nd) and Kimi Raikkonen (3rd) respond to questions from the FIA and International Press. Read more »
The Spaniard escaped unharmed the scary crash today at the Belgian Grand Prix. His lead on the championship was reduced to 24 points over Vettel. Read more »
Second place for the the defending champion allowed him to reduce his distance to Alonso and now sits 24 points behind the spaniard. Read more »
After the the big crash at the start, path was clear for Vettel to fiercely climb up from 11th to finish 2nd. Raikkonen completed the podium. The championship tightens. Read more »
Heading into an open qualifying session, Jenson Button wasn't touted much as a pole position contender today at Spa. Indeed, it had been almost three and a half years since he last started a race from the front. Guess what happened next....Read more »
The Sauber driver secured the best starting position of his Formula One career (2nd). His teammate, Sergio Perez, will start from 5th, confirming the outfit's good momentum. Read more »
The only "real" session at Spa-Francorchamps saw the Spaniard from Ferrari leading the times followed by Kimi Raikkonnen and Sergio Pérez. Read more »
The seven-time champion is entering the 300th Grand Prix weekend. Read more »
The 25-year-old Japanese was one of a handful of drivers to complete more than ten full laps.Read more »
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