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Ogier retains lead in Monte Carlo
World champion Sebastien Ogier of France retained his overall lead after day three of the season-opening Monte Carlo Rally, despite failing to win any of Saturday's three stages. Read full article
Rosberg expects title duel with Hamilton
Nico Rosberg expects another Formula One title duel with Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton but no challenge from fellow-German former champion Sebastian Vettel who is now at Ferrari. Read full article
Ferrari boss says F1 needs a 'real revolution'
Formula One needs to go through a 'real revolution' by 2017 with cars making the sort of noise that heavy metal rock fans would appreciate, according to Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene. Read full article
Ogier leads Monte Carlo Rally
France's Sebastien Ogier finished the second leg of the Monte Carlo rally with a commanding lead on Friday after compatriot, and nine-time world champion, Sebastien Loeb crashed on the final stage of the day. Read full article
FIA take legal action against ex-driver
Formula One's governing body took legal action against French former F1 driver Philippe Streiff on Thursday for comments he made about an investigation into compatriot Jules Bianchi's horrific crash. Read full article
Ecclestone tips Hamilton for third title
Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone has tipped Lewis Hamilton to win a third Formula One title this season and says his Mercedes team could dominate for years to come. Read full article
Perez expects best season with Force India
Force India revealed an aggressive new look for the 2015 Formula One season on Wednesday with Mexican driver Sergio Perez telling his compatriots he expected his best season yet. Read full article
Williams first to show off 2015 F1 car
Williams claimed a first on Wednesday by revealing their 2015 car before any of their Formula One rivals had taken the wraps off theirs. Read full article
Vettel a good fit for Ferrari - Surtees
Sebastian Vettel could be just the man to revive Ferrari's Formula One fortunes because both need to recover their lost lustre after a dismal year, the team's 1964 world champion John Surtees said on Tuesday. Read full article
Lotus picks Palmer as third driver
Formula One team Lotus has picked GP2 champion Jolyon Palmer as its third driver for this year. Read full article
Former F1 driver Robert Manzon dies
Robert Manzon, the last surviving driver of Formula One's inaugural season in 1950, has died. He was 97. Read full article
CNN sign multi-year deal with McLaren
CNN International have agreed a multi-year deal to join the McLaren Formula One team as a partner, both sides said on Tuesday. Read full article
Five F1 races, including Australia, to start earlier
Formula One's Australian season-opener in Melbourne on March 15 is one of five grands prix that will start an hour earlier this year under recommendations made after Jules Bianchi's crash in Japan last October. Read full article
Marussia auction halted
Hopes of reviving the failed Marussia Formula One team grew on Monday after an auction of their cars and equipment was postponed to allow talks with a potential new investor. Read full article
Al-Attiyah wins 2nd Dakar Rally title
Nasser Al-Attiyah of Qatar in the car category and Spain's Marc Coma in bikes have won the Dakar Rally. Read full article
Boost for McLaren after Honda win argument
McLaren have been given a boost after Formula One's governing body tweaked the rules to allow Honda, the team's new partner, to develop their engine this season in line with rival manufacturers. Read full article
De Villiers takes cautious approach
A cautious approach saw South African driver Giniel de Villiers finish the penultimate stage of the 2015 Dakar Rally in 12th place on Friday. Read full article
Coma, Al-Attiyah on the brink of glory
Qatar's Nasser Al-Attiyah and Spain's Marc Coma increased their leads at the top of the Dakar Rally 2015 rankings ahead of the final stage on Saturday, in the car and bike categories respectively. Read full article
De Villiers third, Saaijman just misses podium
With two stages left in the 2015 Dakar Rally, race leader Nasser Al-Attiya has the title all but wrapped up while Giniel de Villiers would have to settle for second place following the 11th stage on Thursday. Read full article
Barreda, Al-Attiyah win again
Already a winner the day before in Cachi, Joan Barreda did not lower the pace – far from it – on the way to Termas de Rio Hondo with a second consecutive victory. Read full article
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