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3 Feb 2009: F1: Daily Mail gets right behind Jenson Button – not

Some of our readers may be aware that the mid-market British newspaper The Daily Mail often has an unfortunate tendency to view life’s glass as half-empty – most recently in regard to the career of one Jenson Button…

30 Jan 2009: Over the white line: a sign of the times for Bentley

What is the world coming to when you have to instruct your staff to run the Bentley on used chip fat?

29 Jan 2009: SLF: Game on for 2009

Superleague Formula, the racing series featuring teams based on football clubs that ran its maiden season in 2008, has announced this year’s calendar.

29 Jan 2009: F1: Will Honda ask for a government bail-out?

Honda Racing is reportedly in talks with the government about securing a share of the £2.3 billion recently earmarked for bailing out the country’s beleagured car industry.

28 Jan 2009: F1: Adam Khan gets a break with Renault

The dwindling ranks of British Formula One drivers have just received a welcome boost from an unexpected direction after Renault signed A1GP’s Adam Khan in a demonstration role.

25 Jan 2009: A1GP: Second victory evades Irish at Taupo

Britain’s Dan Clarke span out of the points while a rogue anti-stall system cost Adam Carroll the chance of a clean sweep of victories in New Zealand.

25 Jan 2009: A1GP: Pole-to-flag victory for Carroll in Taupo sprint

Adam Carroll recorded Ireland’s third victory of the season in A1GP’s New Zealand sprint race – but Dan Clarke’s hopes of recovering from a disappointing qualifying were dashed when he was forced to dodge a spinning Brazilian car on the first lap.

25 Jan 2009: A1GP: Double pole for Ireland at Taupo

Team Ireland got off to the best possible start in their battle to defend their A1GP championship lead by seizing pole position in both the sprint and feature races at New Zealand’s Taupo circuit.

25 Jan 2009: F1: Ecclestone’s £14.5 million ensures Williams will start season

The spectre of just 16 cars lining up on the Melbourne grid at the start of the 2009 season has been averted – thanks to a £14.5 million payment made by Bernie Ecclestone to the Williams F1 team.

25 Jan 2009: GP2 Asia: Kobayashi maintains series lead

Kamui Kobayashi and Sergio Pérez took the victories as GP2 Asia visited Bahrain’s Sakhir circuit for the third round of its championship.

 
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