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It's time to race on home soil for both Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton this weekend. Both have one win apiece this year for...
Scotsman Paul di Resta says he's looking forward to contesting his maiden home grand prix - despite having little experience of the Silverstone circuit.
Force India rookie Paul di Resta says he's aiming for a top-ten qualifying result and world championship points in this weekend's European Grand Prix as he seeks to continue his impressive acclimatisation to Formula One.
Lewis Hamilton says he will be looking to get his season back on track in Valencia this weekend after a two disappointing races.
Canadian Grand Prix winner Jenson Button says victory in Montreal proved he is capable of fighting Sebastian Vettel for this year's world championship, and that he intends to strengthen that push at next weekend's European Grand Prix.
Hispania boss Colin Kolles is confident that his team can snatch tenth place in the constructors' standings from fellow 2010 newcomers Team Lotus, but says that the Spanish outfit will soon switch their focus to next year's car.
Sauber star Kamui Kobayashi says he's feeling good ahead of next weekend's European Grand Prix as the Japanese racer looks to extend his record of six straight races among the points scorers.
Canadian Grand Prix winner Jenson Button has described yesterday's race as the finest of his 11 and-a-half year Formula One career.
Formula One veterans Jackie Stewart and Max Mosley have expressed widely differing views on the news that the Bahrain Grand Prix will run in 2011.
Ferrari's Fernando Alonso says the Red Bull drivers remain favourites for both...
After a day of mixing it at the top of the timesheets McLaren duo Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button have been giving their thoughts on Thursday's practice sessions in Monaco.
Ahead of this weekend's Monaco Grand Prix we've been taking a look at what the drivers have to say about the most prestigious race on the calendar. Here we're running through the thoughts of Felipe Massa, Michael Schumacher and Pastor Maldonado.
A quick selection of pre-Catalunya quotes from two teams struggling at the wrong end of the grid. Williams, who aren't used to it, and...
You have to hand it to Scuderia Toro Rosso - as public relations go they don't get much stranger than their press releases for Grand Prix.
Force India have issued a press release regarding Adrian Sutil's position at the team following confirmation that criminal charges will be brought against the German after an incident in a Shanghai nightclub. The 28-year-old is alleged to have caused physical and grievous bodily harm to Eric Lux, a boss at Renault F1 owners Genii Capital.
McLaren head to...
The third and final part of our trawl through the team's preview of Turkey focuses on the views of both McLaren and Mercedes.
Part two of our pre-race media-bytes come from the midfield pack, specifically the teams of Force India, Sauber and from the very fringes, Lotus. Expect high hopes and more love for Turn 8.
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