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Motor racing: Toro Rosso expect trouble-free year with Honda
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Toro Rosso began their new Formula One partnership with Honda in optimistic fashion on Monday, with team principal Franz Tost looking forward to proving the doom-mongers wrong.
All eyes on McLaren, a year on from test nightmare
BARCELONA (Reuters) - McLaren expect the eyes of the world to be on them when Formula One's pre-season testing starts in Barcelona on Monday and with good reason.
Vietnam F1 race looks likely, says Ecclestone
LONDON (Reuters) - A Formula One race in Vietnam could be on the calendar by 2020, according to the sport's former commercial supremo Bernie Ecclestone.
Good times are coming, says Alonso after driving new McLaren
(Reuters) - Double world champion Fernando Alonso sounded an optimistic note after driving the first Renault-powered McLaren Formula One car in Spain on Friday.
Williams appoint Rowland as 'official young driver'
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's Oliver Rowland has been appointed "official young driver" for Williams even though, at 25, he is older than both of those who will be racing for the Formula One team this season.
Motor racing: McLaren show true colors as new car unveiled
LONDON (Reuters) - Former champions McLaren showed their true colors on Friday with a new papaya orange and blue Formula One car they hope will take them back up the starting grid after three nightmare years with Honda.
Hamilton sees rivalry with Vettel hotting up
SILVERSTONE, England (Reuters) - Lewis Hamilton expects his Formula One rivalry with Sebastian Vettel to become even more intense this season and says he is prepared for anything the Ferrari driver throws at him.
New Ferrari looks a big step up, says Vettel
(Reuters) - Ferrari's new SF71H Formula One car already looks a big step up from last year's before it has turned a wheel in anger, four times world champion Sebastian Vettel said at Thursday's unveiling.
Halo raises hackles as Mercedes present their new 'diva'
SILVERSTONE, England (Reuters) - Formula One champions Mercedes launched their 2018 car on Thursday with team boss Toto Wolff hoping it proved less temperamental than the last one and admitting he would like to attack it with a chainsaw.
Force India F1 team play down sale speculation
SILVERSTONE, England (Reuters) - Force India on Thursday played down talk of a potential sale of the British-based Formula One team owned by embattled tycoon Vijay Mallya.
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