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HAMILTON CELEBRATES WITH A WIN IN ABU DHABI

24. November 2014

HAMILTON CELEBRATES WITH A WIN IN ABU DHABI

Lewis Hamilton is the 2014 Formula One world champion after taking a dominant victory at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. Hamilton started from second on the grid, but a perfect start had him rocket past his team-mate Nico Rosberg at the first corner and seize the lead. Rosberg and Hamilton held station for half the […]

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23. November 2014

AUSSIE SUPERBIKES LIVE FROM SYDNEY

Watch the Australasian Superbike Championships live from Sydney Motor Sport Park LIVE. Cheer on the Dynotech Pirelli BMW team and see the Dynotech by Dyno Dynamics motorcycle dyno in action.

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23. November 2014

THE IN PIT LANE AWARDS 2014 Vote Early, Vote Often

It’s that time of the years again as we again vote for the least prestigious prize in world motorsport. Yes it’s the In Pit Lane Awards. Less prestigious than even the Logies, the In Pit Lane awards celebrate the year in motorsport in the world’s least glamorous awards ceremony to be held this Wednesday Night […]

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ROSBERG READY FOR ONE LAST SHOT AS RED BULL’S WINGS ARE CLIPPED

23. November 2014

ROSBERG READY FOR ONE LAST SHOT AS RED BULL’S WINGS ARE CLIPPED

Nico Rosberg has taken his eleventh pole position of the season to lead team-mate Lewis Hamilton in the 2014 season finale in Abu Dhabi. Rosberg and Hamilton have been evenly matched all weekend, but Rosberg pieced together two faultless laps during Q3 when Hamilton twice had lockup-riddled runs that left him 0.4 seconds off the pace. The German, should he win tomorrow’s race, will need Hamilton to finish third or lower in order to claim the title. He trails the Englishman by 17 points. Hamilton was upbeat after qualifying, and seemed at ease with the championship situation. “I didn’t have the best of laps, but it was still a really good qualifying session,” he said. “The car was fantastic, but tomorrow’s the special day.” Rosberg, by comparison, appeared more tense, acutely obvious of the points permutations before him. “It was a great again today for sure,” started Rosberg. “I’m thankful for the engineers because they did a good job to sort out the car — I was really happy with the setup.” “But of course [pole] is only one small step. This weekend is about the championship, not pole position. “It would’ve been great if there was a Williams between the two of us — but that could always happen tomorrow!”

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23. November 2014

FORMULA E MALAYSIA: BIRD IS THE WORD

FORMULA E MALAYSIA: BIRD IS THE WORD

Sam Bird cruised to victory in the 2014 FIA Formula E Ycapital Management Putrajaya ePrix ahead of championship-leader Lucas di Grassi and Sebastien Buemi. The Virgin Racing driver crossed the line to pick up the full 25 points and clinch his maiden ePrix win. Bird dedicated his win to former GP2 team-mate Jules Bianchi, who […]

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