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By Ben Anderson Wednesday, July 23rd 2014, 12:06 GMT Fernando Alonso is yet to be convinced by the Ferrari Formula 1 team's plans to improve its current poor form in 2015You have viewed over 20 free stories this month. Why stop there? Click here to find out how to continue reading.

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By Ben Anderson Wednesday, July 23rd 2014, 12:06 GMT Fernando Alonso is yet to be convinced by the Ferrari Formula 1 team's plans to improve its current poor form in 2015You have viewed over 20 free stories this month. Why stop there? Click here to find out how to continue reading.

F1 2014 – Mattiacci: Ferrari need Raikkonen

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Formula One News » F1 2014 – Mattiacci: Ferrari need Raikkonen Posted on 22/07/2014Ferrari team principal Marco Matticacci has spoken about Kimi Raikkonen and insists he will not be dropped at the end of the season and that the Scuderia outfit need the fin for 2015.Mattiacci told Spanish sports daily Marca that “Yes, I want better results, but Kimi is the driver that Ferrari needs for next year” and says that the team are working “very hard” on their 2015 challenger.

Motor racing-Formula One driver and constructor standings

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July 20 (Infostrada Sports) - Driver and constructor standings after the Formula One German Grand Prix at Hockenheimring on Sunday Drivers Points 1. Nico Rosberg (Germany) Mercedes 190 2. Lewis Hamilton (Britain) Mercedes 176 3. Daniel Ricciardo (Australia) Red Bull 106 4. Fernando Alonso (Spain) Ferrari 97 5. Valtteri Bottas (Finland) Williams 91 6. Sebastian Vettel (Germany) Red Bull 82 7. Nico Huelkenberg (Germany) Force India 69 8. Jenson Button (Britain) McLaren 59 9.

Motor racing-Red Bull, Ferrari considered protest

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HOCKENHEIM, Germany, July 20 Sun Jul 20, 2014 7:17pm BST HOCKENHEIM, Germany, July 20 (Reuters) - Red Bull and Ferrari considered protesting Mercedes after the dominant Formula One team switched their brand of brake discs without penalty before the start of Sunday's German Grand Prix. "We discussed it internally...

Motorsport: Rosberg wins German GP from pole

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Nico Rosberg's extended his Formula One lead over Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton with victory at his home German Grand Prix.Hamilton battled from 20th back to finish in third place behind Williams driver Valtteri Bottas.Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo was sixth to stay third in the championship ahead of Ferrari's Fernando Alonso.There were seven Mercedes-powered cars in the top ten.Rosberg won the race from pole, but says there were several challenges to maintain his lead.

Todt open to improving Formula One

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Concerns have been raised about the new engines, aerodynamics and regulations introduced by the governing body for the 2014 season. Ferrari boss Luca di Montezemelo, for instance, has suggested the alterations have taken the excitement away from F1. However, Todt is adamant the sport remains healthy and claims to always be available to discuss any further tweaks. "We live in a great democracy, anyone can request a meeting," he told La Gazzetta dello Sport.

Todt open to improving Formula One

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Concerns have been raised about the new engines, aerodynamics and regulations introduced by the governing body for the 2014 season. Ferrari boss Luca di Montezemelo, for instance, has suggested the alterations have taken the excitement away from F1. However, Todt is adamant the sport remains healthy and claims to always be available to discuss any further tweaks. "We live in a great democracy, anyone can request a meeting," he told La Gazzetta dello Sport.

Schumacher is slowly getting better, reveals wife Corinna - Independent.ie

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Schumacher is slowly getting better, reveals wife Corinna - Independent.ie

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Tony Paterson Published 12/07/2014|02:30 Michael Schumacher and his wife Corinna during his time at Ferrari. Photo: Getty Images The wife of Michael Schumacher has spoken publicly for the first time about her husband's skiing accident, saying the former Formula 1 champion is slowly "getting better" after emerging from a medically induced coma last month.

2014 Iowa: Jack Hawksworth IndyCar Race Preview :: PaddockTalk :: F1, Formula 1, NASCAR, IndyCar, MotoGP, ALMS, And More!

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How Today’s F1 Cars Are So Amazingly Safe (And Horribly Uncomfortable)

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If you saw Kimi Raikkonen hit a wall at 150 mph during the British Grand Prix, you appreciate how remarkably strong, and safe, a modern Formula 1 car is. The Ferrari driver experienced a 47G impact when he went nose-first into wall yet limped away with no major injuries. We’ve seen no shortage of spectacular crashes in F1 in recent years, and each is a testament to the level of safety engineered into the cars. Raikkonen’s shunt during the first lap was scary to see.