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Kimi Raikkonen joins Ferrari on two-year deal

Finnish Formula One driver Kimi Raikkonen will rejoin the Ferrari stable on a two-year contract for the 2014 season, the team announced on Wednesday.

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Chance for Webber to take lead

NORTHAMPTON, ENGLAND - JULY 08:  Mark Webber of Australia and Red Bull Racing celebrates on the podium after winning the British Grand Prix at Silverstone Circuit on July 8, 2012 in Northampton, England.  (Photo by Andrew Hone/Getty Images)

Roje Adaimy Mark Webber is no great fan of the Hockenheim circuit where he could take the lead in the formula one championship if he secures his third win of the season.

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Webber wins Monaco Grand Prix

Mark Webber

Monte Carlo, Monaco Mark Webber becomes sixth driver to win a Grand Prix this season.

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Female F1 test driver fighting for her life after crash

Maria De Villota

Spanish Formula One driver Maria De Villota was fighting for her life on Tuesday after suffering serious injuries during a crash in testing for the Marussia team, it was confirmed.

Button wins Australian GP, Webber fourth

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McLaren driver Jenson Button of Britain has snared his third Australian Formula One Grand Prix.

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Button wins Australian GP, Webber fourth

Jenson Button

McLaren's Jenson Button has won the Australian Formula One Grand Prix, while Australia's Mark Webber has turned in his best finish in Melbourne.

Hamilton fears cuts will hurt chances

Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton believes cost-cutting changes will make it "very tough" for him to repeat his victory next year.

Ecclestone expects F1 gold in 2009

Stuart Condie Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone is confident his proposal for the world drivers' championship to be decided by gold medals will be implemented next season.

Ferrari boss pays tribute to Hamilton

Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo has paid tribute to Lewis Hamilton after the British star denied Brazilian Felipe Massa the Formula One world title.

Massa wins but Hamilton takes the glory

Briton Lewis Hamilton became the youngest man to win the Formula One drivers' world championship when he finished fifth in the rain-hit Brazilian Grand Prix.

Massa takes pole for Brazilian GP

Ferrari's Felipe Massa took pole position for Sunday's Brazilian Grand Prix at the Interlagos circuit.

Alonso wins drama-filled Singapore GP

Martin Parry Spain's Fernando Alonso has won his first race in a year at the Singapore Grand Prix, taking the chequered flag in a drama-filled inaugural night race.

Massa takes pole for Singapore GP

Ferrari's Felipe Massa secured the 14th pole position of his career when he qualified in top spot ahead of Lewis Hamilton for Sunday's Singapore F1 Grand Prix.

Hamilton quickest in Singapore practice

Chris Lines McLaren's Lewis Hamilton established himself as the man to beat at the Singapore Grand Prix by setting the fastest time under the lights in Friday practice.

Hamilton stripped of Belgian triumph

Lewis Hamilton was sensationally stripped of his Belgian Grand Prix victory on Sunday as the race for the 2008 world championship was thrown wide open.

Kovalainen wins Hungarian Grand Prix

Paul Logothetis McLaren driver Heikki Kovalainen won his first Formula One race after an engine problem forced Felipe Massa out of the Hungarian Grand Prix.

Hamilton on pole for Hungarian GP

World Championship leader Lewis Hamilton qualified fastest on Saturday and will start Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix in pole position.

Hamilton wins dramatic German GP

Robert Grant Lewis Hamilton was forced to use all his bravery and skill to overcome a strategic blunder by McLaren which almost cost him the German Grand Prix.

Hamilton takes pole at German Grand Prix

Briton Lewis Hamilton will start Sunday's German Grand Prix from pole position after delivering a dominating performance.

Raikkonen wins, Webber seventh

Kimi Raikkonen kicked off the defence of his crown by winning the Malaysian Grand Prix as Australia's Mark Webber picked up his first points of the season.