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The honeymoon period is over – exclusive Gene Haas Q&A

In only their second F1 season, Haas are involved in an incredibly tight midfield battle – one in which any scoring opportunity must be taken. Team owner Gene Haas discusses their prospects for the second half of the year, and what he thinks the future… Läs mer

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Romain Grosjean Q&A: Plenty more to come from Haas

Romain Grosjean’s surprise sixth-place finish in Melbourne gave Haas a dream debut – and validated the French driver’s decision to quit Lotus for the all-new American team. But how long will the honeymoon last? Will success be sustained in Bahrain this… Läs mer

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Racing for respect – exclusive Q&A with Haas’s Guenther Steiner

Haas shook up the F1 establishment at the start of 2016 by achieving top-six finishes in their first two outings. Since then things have settled somewhat, but the US-led squad remain genuine points contenders at every race – a remarkable achievement fo… Läs mer

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‘You learn a lot more in bad times’ – Felipe Nasr Q&A

In 2015 Sauber were fighting firmly in the midfield, threatening to spring an upset whenever the opportunity arose. This season, however, they have found themselves battling at the bottom of the order, overtaken by newcomers Haas and level on zero poin… Läs mer

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Heading north – exclusive Q&A with Sauber’s Monisha Kaltenborn

Sauber is one of the oldest names in Formula One racing. Yet things don’t always get easier with age, as team principal Monisha Kaltenborn knows well. As rumours continue about their future, the Swiss squad find themselves tenth in the standings, yet t… Läs mer

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Most of our goals for first ten races were met – Q&A with Sauber’s Ericsson and Nasr

After a miserable 2014 campaign, Sauber’s new-for-2015 driver line-up of Marcus Ericsson and Felipe Nasr have put the Swiss team back on track this year with a host of points-scoring performances. As the F1 community pauses for a well-earned summer bre… Läs mer

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Exclusive Q&A – Monisha Kaltenborn on Sauber’s rejuvenation

Last season was the worst in Sauber’s long history – 19 races and not a single point scored. Already, however, 2015 couldn’t be more different – a better car, a more competitive Ferrari power unit, and an all-new, young and hungry driver line-up has br… Läs mer

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SUNDAY CONVERSATION: Damon Hill on the significance of his maiden GP win

Twenty five years ago, a 32-year-old British driver made Formula 1 history in Hungary. That man was Damon Hill, who followed in his father Graham’s footsteps by winning a Grand Prix. So how did it feel to finally stand on the top step of the podium? An… Läs mer

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SUNDAY CONVERSATION: Mika Salo on missing out on that GP victory in Germany

By rights, Mika Salo should have gone back to Hockenheim recently not just as the FIA’s driver steward but as the winner of the 1999 German Grand Prix. That was the closest he ever came to winning in F1, and when he quit the sport in 2002, he did so wi… Läs mer

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SUNDAY CONVERSATION: Tatiana Calderon on quest to prove her worth in F1

It’s been some time since a woman sat behind the wheel on the Formula 1 starting grid. In fact, you have to go all the way back to the 1976 Austrian Grand Prix, when Lella Lombardi finished 12th in Spielberg. But Tatiana Calderon wants to end that four… Läs mer

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