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29 Apr 2010: As Silverstone thrives, Donington languishes

The Silverstone Circuit in Northamptonshire today staged the launch of its Arena layout, redeveloped at a cost of £5 million, with guests including racing drivers past and present, team bosses and the Duke of York.

28 Apr 2010: F1: Williams follows McLaren down diversification road

The latest McLaren road car might be the most well-known example of a F1 race team diversifying away from pure track action – but McLaren is certainly not the only team travelling down that road.

21 Apr 2010: F1: McLaren announces management shake-up

The McLaren group has unveiled a management restructure as its chairman Richard Lapthorne announced his resignation, almost exactly one year after he was appointed, saying that his work at Woking was complete.

19 Apr 2010: Turvey contemplates F1 future after signing with McLaren

Oliver Turvey is the latest young driver to join McLaren’s prestigious development programme, thereby moving as close as anyone ever comes to a guarantee of following Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton into Formula One.

18 Apr 2010: F1: Button and Hamilton shoulder Red Bull aside for 1-2 win

Jenson Button got the tyres right in the rain again and turned his third-row start at today’s Chinese Grand Prix into his second win of the season, ahead of team-mate Lewis Hamilton.

18 Apr 2010: F1: Chinese Grand Prix liveblog 2010

Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel is the only game in town this morning – will Shanghai be the venue of his finally managing to translate a commanding track performance into an equally dominant position in the world championship standings?

17 Apr 2010: F1: Red Bull take rivals for a ride in Shanghai

Red Bull kept its streak of qualifying on pole at every race this season alive after Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber locked out the front row for the Chinese Grand Prix, ahead of Fernando Alonso and Nico Rosberg.

16 Apr 2010: F1: High-speed horror for Buemi as McLarens top Shanghai practice

McLaren’s Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton each topped one of the two Friday practice sessions for Sunday’s Chinese Grand Prix – but both drivers warned fans not to expect the same dominance in qualifying.

15 Apr 2010: F1: No Prodrive or Lola entries for 2011

Prodrive has stated its intention of concentrating on the World Rally Championship and sportscar racing next year, explicitly ruling out the possibility of a F1 entry.

15 Apr 2010: F1: User guide to the Chinese Grand Prix 2010

Following the racing this weekend? Here’s all you need to know.

 
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