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Motor racing: Magnussen fears added dangers of cockpit 'shield'

SOCHI, Russia (Reuters) - Danish driver Kevin Magnussen spoke out on Thursday against Formula One's plans to introduce a transparent cockpit 'shield', warning that it could make racing more dangerous in wet conditions. More »

 

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Motor racing-Formula One drivers' form sheet

April 26 (Reuters) - Formula One drivers' form sheet ahead of Sunday's Russian Grand Prix in Sochi, fourth round of the season (listed in championship order and with the most recent races first): More »

 

Motor racing-Formula One statistics for the Russian Grand Prix

April 26 (Reuters) - Statistics for Sunday's Russian Formula One Grand Prix in Sochi (Round four of 20 races): More »

 

PREVIEW-Motor racing-Vettel leads the red revival to Russia

SOCHI, Russia, April 26 (Reuters) - Formula One champions Mercedes have led every lap of every Russian Grand Prix since the race made its debut around Sochi's Olympic Park in 2014 but Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel will aim to break that streak this weekend. More »

 

F1 to ditch 'halo' protection device in favor of screen

SOCHI, Russia (Reuters) - Formula One is set to abandon plans for a 'halo' head protection system in favor of a transparent screen that could be introduced for 2018. More »

 

Motor racing-F1 to ditch 'halo' protection device in favor of screen

SOCHI, Russia, April 26 (Reuters) - Formula One is set to abandon plans for a 'halo' head protection system in favor of a transparent screen that could be introduced for 2018. More »

 

Motor racing: Earnhardt wants to go out his own way

CONCORD, North Carolina (Reuters) - Dale Earnhardt Jr., NASCAR’s most popular driver, said on Tuesday that his abrupt retirement announcement comes from a desire to depart on his own terms. More »

 

Motor racing-Earnhardt wants to go out his own way

CONCORD, North Carolina, April 25 (Reuters) - Dale Earnhardt Jr., NASCAR’s most popular driver, said on Tuesday that his abrupt retirement announcement comes from a desire to depart on his own terms. More »

 

Motor racing: Earnhardt retirement latest blow to struggling sport

(Reuters) - Dale Earnhardt Jr., NASCAR's most popular driver, said on Tuesday that he will retire after the 2017 season, a major loss to a sport already suffering from diminished star power and waning popularity. More »

 

Motor racing-Earnhardt retirement latest blow to struggling sport

April 25 (Reuters) - Dale Earnhardt Jr., NASCAR's most popular driver, said on Tuesday that he will retire after the 2017 season, a major loss to a sport already suffering from diminished star power and waning popularity. More »

 

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