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AlonsoAP-T

Fernando Alonso returns to McLaren, Jenson Button retained

Alonso’s departure from Ferrari after five seasons and return to his former team was widely expected.

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VettelAP-T

Bernie Ecclestone criticises Sebastian Vettel’s attitude after season failure

Vettel ended the season without a win after dominating the previous four championships.

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Ferrari replace team principal Marco Mattiacci with Maurizio Arrivabene

Mattiacci lasted only seven months on the job after being hired in April to replace S Domenicali, who resigned.

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Hamilton-AP-T

Lewis Hamilton says he’ll be back faster and better next year

With 33 career wins, Hamilton has little to prove. Yet he feels he did silence some doubters this year.

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RosbergAP-T

Abu Dhabi Grand Prix: Nico Rosberg’s pole keeps pressure on Lewis Hamilton

German, 17 points adrift of teammate, beats him to pole in season finale at Abu Dhabi.

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Nico Rosberg on pole, Lewis Hamilton second in Abu Dhabi

Lewis leads Nico by 17 points overall with double points on offer in Sunday’s race, meaning win is worth 50.

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In terms of pressure, I don’t particularly feel any: Lewis Hamilton

The two collided on track in Belgium, Rosberg went on to finish second while Hamilton had to retire.

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Indian Grand Prix set for 2016 return

F1 boss Bernie said that they were too late for 2015 but are working for 2016 race in India.

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Smaller F1 teams demand talks with Bernie Ecclestone in Abu Dhabi

Formula One’s smaller teams have written to Ecclestone to press demands for a bigger share of the sport.

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Caterham team to race at Abu Dhabi Grand Prix despite falling short of targeted funds

http://www.crowdcube.com showed Caterham had raised 1.87 million pounds (79% of target sum) with 9 hours remaining.

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Force India would definitely be racing in 2015: Vijay Mallya

Mallya said Force India would not be following Marussia and Caterham onto the sporting scrapheap.

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Nico Rosberg beats Lewis Hamilton to pole, keeps hopes alive

The Briton leads Rosberg by 24 points with two races, and a maximum 75 points, remaining.

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Formula One: Jenson Button cryptic on Mclaren future

Button has said previously that he wanted to stay at McLaren, who have been closely linked to Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso.

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Formula One: Before finale, pit stop in Brazil for Lewis Hamilton

Hamilton has pledged to work as hard as possible to triumph again in his bid for a second championship.

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Force India retain their current driver line-up for 2015 season: Vijay Mallya

India’s connect with F1 has diminished with no Indian driver since 2012 & no signs of return for Indian GP.

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