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Nov 2, 2015

Red Bull confirm lineup but still no engine

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Red Bull will race with the same lineup of Australian Daniel Ricciardo and Russian Daniil Kvyat next season but first they need to find an engine supply, and that is still proving hard to resolve.

“Both drivers are under contract. Ricciardo’s contract is fixed and obviously all the options are on our side with Daniil Kvyat,” team principal Christian Horner told reporters after Sunday’s Mexican Grand Prix.

Nov 2, 2015

Motor racing-Red Bull confirm lineup but still no engine

MEXICO CITY, Nov 2 (Reuters) – Red Bull will race with the same lineup of Australian Daniel Ricciardo and Russian Daniil Kvyat next season but first they need to find an engine supply, and that is still proving hard to resolve.

“Both drivers are under contract. Ricciardo’s contract is fixed and obviously all the options are on our side with Daniil Kvyat,” team principal Christian Horner told reporters after Sunday’s Mexican Grand Prix.

Nov 2, 2015

Ferrari experience the lows after the highs

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Ferrari ended a 20-race scoring run on Sunday in a Mexican Grand Prix that had promised much but ended with their first double retirement of the Formula One season.

“Over the course of the season we had already managed to touch the sky,” said principal Maurizio Arrivabene. “This time we reached the bottom.”

Nov 2, 2015

Motor racing-Ferrari experience the lows after the highs

MEXICO CITY, Nov 1 (Reuters) – Ferrari ended a 20-race scoring run on Sunday in a Mexican Grand Prix that had promised much but ended with their first double retirement of the Formula One season.

“Over the course of the season we had already managed to touch the sky,” said principal Maurizio Arrivabene. “This time we reached the bottom.”

Nov 2, 2015

Rosberg has that winning feeling again

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – After failing to convert his last three pole positions into victory, and making the mistake that helped Mercedes team mate Lewis Hamilton clinch his third world championship in Texas, Nico Rosberg needed to feel like a winner again.

In Mexico on Sunday, in front of the biggest crowd of the season, the German clambered back onto the top step of the podium and — wearing an oversized winner’s sombrero — celebrated.

Nov 2, 2015

Motor racing-Rosberg has that winning feeling again

MEXICO CITY, Nov 1 (Reuters) – After failing to convert his last three pole positions into victory, and making the mistake that helped Mercedes team mate Lewis Hamilton clinch his third world championship in Texas, Nico Rosberg needed to feel like a winner again.

In Mexico on Sunday, in front of the biggest crowd of the season, the German clambered back onto the top step of the podium and — wearing an oversized winner’s sombrero — celebrated.

Nov 2, 2015

Bottas gets third after another clash with Raikkonen

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Finnish Formula One driver Valtteri Bottas turned the tables on compatriot Kimi Raikkonen at the Mexican Grand Prix on Sunday and ended up on the podium after the pair collided for the second time in three races.

“That is what you call payback,” former F1 driver David Coulthard commented on the BBC after Ferrari’s Raikkonen retired with shattered suspension while Bottas raced on to finish third for Williams.

Nov 2, 2015

Motor racing-Bottas gets third after another clash with Raikkonen

MEXICO CITY, Nov 1 (Reuters) – Finnish Formula One driver Valtteri Bottas turned the tables on compatriot Kimi Raikkonen at the Mexican Grand Prix on Sunday and ended up on the podium after the pair collided for the second time in three races.

“That is what you call payback,” former F1 driver David Coulthard commented on the BBC after Ferrari’s Raikkonen retired with shattered suspension while Bottas raced on to finish third for Williams.

Nov 1, 2015

Rosberg wins but Mexico provides the magic

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mercedes and Nico Rosberg were the race winners on Sunday but Mexico provided the magic on an unforgettable return to the Formula One stage.

The first Mexican Grand Prix since 1992 provided the sort of atmosphere to rival even the most passionate races of yesteryear.

Nov 1, 2015

Motor racing-Rosberg wins but Mexico provides the magic

MEXICO CITY, Nov 1 (Reuters) – Mercedes and Nico Rosberg were the race winners on Sunday but Mexico provided the magic on an unforgettable return to the Formula One stage.

The first Mexican Grand Prix since 1992 provided the sort of atmosphere to rival even the most passionate races of yesteryear.

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