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The BBC has fired Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson after finding he physically attacked a producer but Toyota released a tribute clip showcasing his 'best bits'.
Names have been flung about since Williams announced that it didn't have an official reserve on its books. That's all changed...
Could the German Grand Prix really be no more? Formula 1 chief Bernie Ecclestone has cast more doubt over the reigning champions home race return.
Lewis Hamilton proved quickest despite mechanical issues plaguing his Mercedes during second practice for the 2015 Malaysian GP at Sepang.
Mercedes made a maths mistake which could have cost Nico Rosberg first place in the 2015 Australian Formula 1 GP.
'Since the first day I was happy with the balance we have,' said Sebastian Vettel of his new Ferrari ahead of the 2015 Malaysian GP.
Mercedes was on top again in Sepang early this morning during first practice for the 2015 Malaysian F1 GP - but what happened to Hamilton?
'Not once did this team ever complain to others to equalize things,' says Lewis Hamilton who is amused by Red Bull's complaints about Mercedes' dominance.
The Hockenheim track and Formula 1's supremo Bernie Ecclestone have denied responsibility for the demise of the historic German F1 Grand Prix.
Mercedes dominated the 2015 Australian GP to clinch its first win of the season, as Melbourne played host to a farcical 14-car grid...
2015 McLaren MP4-30
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BMW's new X5 M and X6 M have arrived in South Africa!
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Watch Jaguar's new XF perform a high-wire act over the River Thames!
Ford unveils its spruced Ranger bakkie headed for SA
BMW's third-generation S1000RR bike has arrived in SA.
Get all the details of Kia's next Sorento SUV ahead of its SA launch!
Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone is trying his best to expand the number of countries hosting a race but alarm bells are ringing, especially in Germany.
Formula 1 heavyweight Mercedes has tried its best to keep the German GP on the 2015 calendar but, a report says, an offer of financial assistance was rejected.
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