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Jul 24, 2014

Motor racing-Forget 2009, Massa more vexed by recent crashes

BUDAPEST, July 24 (Reuters) – Five years after a freak Hungarian Grand Prix accident that left him in a coma with near-fatal head injuries, Felipe Massa returns this weekend looking to put much more recent crashes behind him.

The 33-year-old Brazilian remembers nothing of that 2009 drama, when he was hit on the helmet – on the corner of the visor – by a bouncing spring shed from compatriot Rubens Barrichello’s Brawn in front during qualifying.

Jul 24, 2014
Jul 24, 2014
Jul 24, 2014

‘So happy’ Perez sure 2015 Mexican GP will happen

BUDAPEST (Reuters) – Mexico will definitely be ready to host a Formula One grand prix next year after resolving the problems that prevented the country’s return this season, Force India driver Sergio Perez said on Thursday.

“It’s 100 percent sure that we will go to Mexico next year. No doubt about it, everything is confirmed,” the Mexican told reporters at the Hungarian Grand Prix.

Jul 24, 2014

‘So happy’ Perez sure 2015 Mexican Grand Prix will happen

BUDAPEST (Reuters) – Mexico will definitely be ready to host a Formula One grand prix next year after resolving the problems that prevented the country’s return this season, Force India driver Sergio Perez said on Thursday.

“It’s 100 percent sure that we will go to Mexico next year. No doubt about it, everything is confirmed,” the Mexican told reporters at the Hungarian Grand Prix.

Jul 24, 2014

Motor racing-’So happy’ Perez sure 2015 Mexican GP will happen

BUDAPEST, July 24 (Reuters) – Mexico will definitely be ready to host a Formula One grand prix next year after resolving the problems that prevented the country’s return this season, Force India driver Sergio Perez said on Thursday.

“It’s 100 percent sure that we will go to Mexico next year. No doubt about it, everything is confirmed,” the Mexican told reporters at the Hungarian Grand Prix.

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Jul 23, 2014

Hamilton looking for a high five in Hungary

BUDAPEST (Reuters) – Lewis Hamilton may not be putting the Buddha into Budapest this weekend but he could be tempted to seek divine assistance if luck goes against him in Sunday’s Hungarian Grand Prix.

The Mercedes Formula One driver needs a win to cut into team mate Nico Rosberg’s 14-point championship lead after 10 of the 19 races and Hungary offers the perfect opportunity.

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