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Nissan announces Micra Cup race calendar for 2015

Nissan has detailed the official racing calendar for the 2015 Micra Cup.

Billed as having the lowest running cost of any racing series in Canada, the Micra Cup will feature six races in Quebec starting this coming May, before the season wraps up in September. 76 more words

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BEHIND THE SCENES AT THE CANADIAN GRAND PRIX – PART THREE

If you haven’t read them yet, check out Parts One and Two of this story before you read this.

On Sunday morning, I finally got to sleep in a bit, but I did have an interview scheduled with Simona de Silvestro, who was training with the Sauber team in the hopes of securing a race seat for 2015 (although that plan has since fallen through). 857 more words

Circuit Gilles Villeneuve and Biosphère Adventure

Salut!

A couple of weekends ago, a friend and I hopped on the metro to spend the day at Parc Jean-Drapeau on Île Sainte-Hélène and Île Notre-Dame. 201 more words

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On This Day in #F1 : 27th September 1981

Brought to you by TheJudge13 chronicler Carlo Carluccio

- 1981: The greatest 3rd place ever?

Everyone has a different opinion; that is a given. Whatever the subject, every person will have their own personal reasons for their selection. 1,030 more words

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Behind the Scenes at the Canadian Grand Prix – Part One

Regular readers will know that I was in Montreal last month for the Canadian Grand Prix—my first race as an accredited member of the press (thanks to my Bleacher Report editor, Mark, for setting it up).   1,406 more words

Sergio Perez says Massa's to blame for Canadian GP crash

After being handed a five-spot grid penalty for the next Formula One race in Austria, Sahara Force India driver Sergio Perez has come out and blamed Felipe Massa… 413 more words

Nico Rosberg will start the Canadian Grand Prix from pole position.

Nico Rosberg aced Mercedes team mate Lewis Hamilton to clinch pole position by just 0.079 seconds in Montreal on Saturday.

It was even closer behind the Silver Arrows: Sebastian Vettel claimed third for Red Bull, but less than four hundredths of a second covered the German, the two Williams of Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa, and Daniel Ricciardo in the second RB10. 584 more words

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