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F1 2015 - Chinese Grand Prix

A flash in the pan? I’m not so sure…
Having been unbeaten in Formula One since Red Bull’s mini-revival in Belgium last year, many were starting to wonder how long it would be before the two silver bullets (or should that be Silver Arrows?) of Mercedes were going to be stopped, and, after a dominant display at the season-opener in Melbourne, you’d have been forgive for thinking it was going to be a while. 1,411 more words

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Hamilton: “There’s no issue between me and Nico”

Lewis Hamilton says he and Nico Rosberg have moved on from their post-Chinese Grand Prix spat.

A frustrated Rosberg criticised Hamilton following the race in Shanghai, suggesting that his Mercedes team-mate had deliberately backed him into Sebastian Vettel during the middle stint. 421 more words

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Hamilton plays down China grid girl controversy

Lewis Hamilton has dismissed criticism of his celebrations following the Chinese Grand Prix after he sprayed a grid girl with champagne.

Hamilton faced criticised from the feminist group Object after he was seen to spray a Chinese grid girl as he celebrated his win on the podium in China. 314 more words

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Rosberg-Hamilton China spat settled – Wolff

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton’s China spat has been settled ahead of this week’s Bahrain Grand Prix.

Rosberg verbally attacked his team-mate Hamilton following the Chinese Grand Prix, accusing the reigning champion of deliberately compromising his race. 275 more words

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#F1 Victims of Circumstance: Shanghai 2015 - #ChineseGP

Brought to you by TJ13 Courtroom Reporter & Crime Analyst: Adam Macdonald (@adamac39)

Not one to entice new fans into the sport with the exciting racing, the Chinese Grand Prix left a lot to be desired. 690 more words

Lewis Hamilton

Chinese Grand Prix: If Fortune Cookies Told the Future...

Okay, so I want you to imagine this …Saturday’s qualifying session is over and all the drivers are out having a meal together – Chinese of course! 325 more words

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2015 Chinese GP voted the worst for 3 years

The recent news that the organisers of the Chinese GP are uncertain of their commitment to Formula one beyond the current contractual arrangements in place until 2017 may not upset too many fans of the sport. 683 more words

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