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Williams have moved to strengthen their technical line-up by hiring aerodynamicists from both Red Bull and Lotus.
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November 30, 2013 1:18pm
Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber said goodbye to Red Bull's Renault V8 engine with some super revving in Brazil.
F1 ten years ago was so boring right? highlights of 2003 Young finn takes the 2002 mclaren to last race of championship. Schumi nearly hits his brother in finale. Brazil 2003, Alonso and Raikkonen's first wins, V10 engines, Alonso...
This was worse than any of the Schumi seasons. Along with 2009 and 2011, this was the worst season season I have ever seen. They say Schumi era was boring, but 2000 and 2003 were legendary seasons, coupled with a few classic races...
This is all the FIA's fault they should have not confirm the calendar too early and I was hoping for more than 19 races and it didn't happen it was the same. I hope new or returning tracks return in 2014 next year and I hope it shouldn't...
Well done Force India for signing talent, rather than looking at the finances. The Hulk should have been at Lotus or McLaren, but money rules the world. At least he has a drive, and isn't left out from F1 again. I'm surprised so many...
I would not be surprised if Mclaren have another poor season that Martin Whitmarsh is sidelined to make way for Ross with his Honda connections to become the Team principal, Ready for the 2015 season!
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