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2005 Turkish Grand Prix
Kimi and McLaren stay in title fight.
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2005 Hungarian Grand Prix
Raikkonen closes gap in championship points battle.
French Grand Prix Race Report
Alonso takes his fifth win of 2005.
2005 British Grand Prix
JPM wins his first for McLaren-Mercedes.
2005 United States Grand Prix
Schumacher wins farcical six-car Grand Prix.
European Grand Prix Race Report
Kimi rules all but the last lap.
Monaco GP Report
Kimi and McLaren enter the championship hunt.
San Marino Grand Prix
Alonso wins again — barely.
Bahrain Grand Prix
Renault is on a roll.
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Malaysian Grand Prix
Alonso shines, and Toyota scores its first podium.
Sergio Perez: Future Ferrari Star?
Smart, articulate and a thoroughly likable and down-to-earth guy, hes on the verge of a level of success that will massively boost the …
2012 F1 Season Preview
For the first time ever, the F1 grid contains six past World Champions.
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2014 F1 Update: Turbos are Back
The turbocharged engine will be back in F1 in 2014, after what will be a 26-year hiatus.
Active Aero
F1s new Drag Reduction System has led to increased on-track action.
Gasoline Weight vs Performance in Today's F1 World
Gasoline: Its weight versus performance in todays F1 world.
F1 Driver Fitness
Driver weight is still important, but less so than in 2009.
F1's Radical New Rules for 2013
Return with us to the thrilling days of the small-displacement turbocharged 4-cylinder.
Power is Nothing Without Control...of F1
Pirelli's return will provide the sport with a huge shake-up as teams and drivers get used to the new product.
Photos: Change Tires and Go!
Photos: Change Tires and Go!
2005 Brazilian Grand Prix
Montoya takes the battle, Alonso wins the war.