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- After much speculation, seasoned driver Nick Heidfeld will make his return to F1 racing in place of Robert Kubica at Lotus Renault after the Pole’s recent rallying crash in Italy ruled him out of the drive. “I would have liked to come back to Formula One in different circumstances,” said Heidfeld, Kubica’s former team-mate at BMW, “but I’m proud to have been given this chance.”
Formula One: Interview With Mark Webber 2012-06-22
The Red Bull Racing driver discusses his racing past, present and future -- and why it’s very important to celebrate properly when you win your second Monaco Grand Prix.
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The teams make up for a rain-disrupted first day with a full programme on day two of F1 testing at Mugello…
Sebastian Vettel became the youngest-ever double F1 World Champion in 2011. Here's the first part of our recap of how he did it
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