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Ferrari’s Vettel breathes life into season with Malaysian win

Two days after being fairly criticised by Formula One’s chief executive, Sebastian Vettel made appropriate amends.

Radio communication cut-back is no benefit to F1 – Alonso

Former world champion Fernando Alonso said a new ruling ordering teams and drivers to cut back on radio conversations has "no benefit" to the sport.

Alonso dominates from start to finish in German Grand Prix

Fernando Alonso extended his lead in this year's Formula One world championship when he drove to a flawless victory in the German Grand Prix.

Ferrari goes green

From horsepower to battery power, Ferrari is joining the growing ranks of green carmakers by launching its first hybrid vehicle at the end of 2012.

Ferrari hopes for Spain revival

Two-time world champion Fernando Alonso is aiming to lead a Ferrari fight-back to boost their title bid at his home Spanish Grand Prix this weekend.

Barrichello open to F1, Ferrari

Rubens Barrichello says he remains open to a return to Formula One and would drive for Ferrari if the Italian team offered him a contract.

Alonso still awaiting F1 title with Ferrari

When Fernando Alonso joined Ferrari two years ago he expected to add to the two Formula One titles he won with Renault, but he hasn't so far.

Massa fastest as Hamilton’s woe deepens

Felipe Massa has upset the form books with the quickest practice drive as Lewis Hamilton suffered another setback in India's first ever Grand Prix.

Hamilton apologises for Massa collision

Lewis Hamilton apologised to Felipe Massa for their latest collision, saying he has "respect" for the Brazilian despite a series of heated incidents.

Vettel unfazed by German loss

Formula One leader Sebastian Vettel isn't dwelling on his season's lone dip in performance before the Hungarian Grand Prix.

Alonso confident as Ferrari begin fightback

Fernando Alonso may be relying on the old cliche of taking one race at a time but Ferrari could still mount a decent bid to win this year's title.

Red Bull expect Malaysia fightback

Red Bull chief Christian Horner has warned his team not to expect an easy run in this weekend's Malaysian Grand Prix.

Team-orders question hangs over F1 showdown

Formula One historians were reaching for their record books and calculators on Monday.

F1 title battle set to go down to very last lap

Fernando Alonso could take his third Formula One title in Brazil next week but neither Ferrari nor his rivals expect that to happen.

Alonso fired up for title run-in

Red Bull's Mark Webber might still be favourite to clinch the Formula One driver's title, but Fernando Alonso has other ideas.

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