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Britain's Bird wins Formula E opener in Hong Kong
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Sam Bird won Formula E's season-opening race in Hong Kong on Saturday despite the Briton being forced to serve a drive-through penalty after crashing his all-electric DS-Virgin Racing car in the pit lane.
Alfa's return shows value of F1, says Horner
LONDON (Reuters) - Alfa Romeo's return to Formula One shows the value of the sport and suggests Ferrari will not follow through on threats to leave, according to Red Bull principal Christian Horner.
Sao Paulo's Formula E round postponed to 2019
(Reuters) - Sao Paulo's first Formula E race has been postponed to 2019 because the Brazilian city's authorities are in the process of selling off the planned venue.
Motor racing: Formula E season charges up with eyes to the future
LONDON (Reuters) - Formula E is trying to focus on the present but looking very much to the future as the electric racing series powers up for the start of season four in Hong Kong this weekend.
Kubica quick on final day of Williams test
ABU DHABI (Reuters) - Poland's Robert Kubica kept on course for a Formula One comeback after ending the final test of the year on Wednesday with the quickest lap by a Williams driver.
Santander ends Ferrari and F1 sponsorship
(Reuters) - Santander is ending its long-running sponsorship of Ferrari and Formula One at the end of the season and teaming up with the Champions League, the Spanish bank announced on Wednesday.
Motor racing: Alfa Romeo to become Sauber title sponsor
LONDON (Reuters) - Alfa Romeo are returning to Formula One for the first time in 30 years with the century-old Italian marque partnering the Swiss-based Sauber team as title sponsors.
Motor racing: Kubica in good shape after 100 laps with Williams
ABU DHABI (Reuters) - Robert Kubica completed 100 laps of Abu Dhabi's Yas Marina circuit on Tuesday and said he was in better shape than ever as the Pole pushes for a remarkable Formula One comeback with Williams next year.
Fur flies as cheetah races electric Formula E car
(Reuters) - The cheetah is renowned for being the world's fastest mammal, but is also one of its most endangered species.
Formula One's owners have plenty of work to do
ABU DHABI (Reuters) - The Formula One season ended at the weekend with even some drivers stifling a yawn but the sport's new owners remained upbeat about their investment and future prospects.
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