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Apr 21, 2014

Red Bull to throw everything at Mercedes

By Alan Baldwin

(Reuters) – Champions Red Bull believe they can pick up the pace and take the fight to dominant Mercedes now that Formula One is heading back to Europe after the first four ‘flyaway’ races in Asia and the Middle East.

Team principal Christian Horner kept calm after Mercedes chalked up their fourth victory in a row, and third successive one-two finish, in Sunday’s Chinese Grand Prix won by Lewis Hamilton.

Apr 21, 2014

Motor racing-Red Bull to throw everything at Mercedes

April 21 (Reuters) – Champions Red Bull believe they can pick up the pace and take the fight to dominant Mercedes now that Formula One is heading back to Europe after the first four ‘flyaway’ races in Asia and the Middle East.

Team principal Christian Horner kept calm after Mercedes chalked up their fourth victory in a row, and third successive one-two finish, in Sunday’s Chinese Grand Prix won by Lewis Hamilton.

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Sounds like F1 is on right track – Mosley

LONDON (Reuters) – Formula One is on the right track with its new V6 turbo engines and the governing body can ignore criticism from those in the sport pushing their own agendas, according to former FIA president Max Mosley.

The International Automobile Federation is conducting a study into the noise of the new power units, which critics have said is not loud or exciting enough compared to the old V8s.

Apr 15, 2014

Motor racing-Sounds like F1 is on right track – Mosley

LONDON, April 15 (Reuters) – Formula One is on the right track with its new V6 turbo engines and the governing body can ignore criticism from those in the sport pushing their own agendas, according to former FIA president Max Mosley.

The International Automobile Federation is conducting a study into the noise of the new power units, which critics have said is not loud or exciting enough compared to the old V8s.

Apr 14, 2014

Domenicali resigns as Ferrari F1 boss

By Alan Baldwin

(Reuters) – Stefano Domenicali resigned as Ferrari’s Formula One team principal on Monday with the company’s North America president and chief executive Marco Mattiacci appointed as his replacement.

The Italian glamour team, the oldest and most successful in the sport, have made a poor start to the season with two fourth places for Spaniard Fernando Alonso the team’s best results in three races so far.

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      "I am Reuters London-based motor racing correspondent, writing mostly about Formula One from around the world and covering my first race at Silverstone in 1991. I also report on other sports when not at grands prix."
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