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Dec 11, 2014

McLaren name Alonso and Button as their F1 drivers

LONDON (Reuters) – Spain’s double world champion Fernando Alonso and Britain’s Jenson Button will drive for McLaren next season, the Formula One team announced on Thursday.

Alonso’s return to Woking, seven years after he left following an acrimonious season as 2007 team mate to then-rookie Lewis Hamilton, had been an open secret for months in the paddock.

Dec 11, 2014
Dec 10, 2014

McLaren set to announce 2015 drivers

LONDON (Reuters) – McLaren could put a spring in Jenson Button’s step, or bring down the curtain on the 2009 world champion’s Formula One career, on Thursday when they are expected to announce their 2015 driver lineup.

The team, who are starting a new partnership with Honda and have yet to announce a title sponsor, called a news conference at their Woking headquarters for “an important and exclusive media event”.

Dec 10, 2014

Formula One – McLaren set to announce 2015 drivers

LONDON (Reuters) – McLaren could put a spring in Jenson Button’s step, or bring down the curtain on the 2009 world champion’s Formula One career, on Thursday when they are expected to announce their 2015 driver lineup.

The team, who are starting a new partnership with Honda and have yet to announce a title sponsor, called a news conference at their Woking headquarters for “an important and exclusive media event”.

Dec 10, 2014

Motor racing-McLaren set to announce 2015 drivers

LONDON, Dec 10 (Reuters) – McLaren could put a spring in Jenson Button’s step, or bring down the curtain on the 2009 world champion’s Formula One career, on Thursday when they are expected to announce their 2015 driver lineup.

The team, who are starting a new partnership with Honda and have yet to announce a title sponsor, called a news conference at their Woking headquarters for “an important and exclusive media event”.

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Dec 6, 2014

Austin makes his mark against former Burnley team mates

LONDON (Reuters) – Burnley needed no reminder of Charlie Austin’s talents but got it anyway on Saturday after their former hero set up one goal, scored the second and was then sent off in a vital 2-0 home win for Queens Park Rangers.

Austin, signed from Burnley for four million pounds ($6.23 million) last year, looked a bargain in the basement battle that hauled Rangers out of the Premier League drop zone for the first time since September.

Dec 6, 2014

Soccer-Austin makes his mark against former Burnley team mates

LONDON, Dec 6 (Reuters) – Burnley needed no reminder of Charlie Austin’s talents but got it anyway on Saturday after their former hero set up one goal, scored the second and was then sent off in a vital 2-0 home win for Queens Park Rangers.

Austin, signed from Burnley for four million pounds ($6.23 million) last year, looked a bargain in the basement battle that hauled Rangers out of the Premier League drop zone for the first time since September.

Dec 5, 2014
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