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Button backed to hit the ground running in Monaco

Jenson Button's years of F1 experience and penchant for ironman triathlons are enough for him to take to the Monaco Grand Prix, say McLaren.
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Button to replace Alonso for Monaco Grand Prix

As expected, Jenson Button will make his Formula One return in Monte Carlo in the absence of Fernando Alonso.
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Everybody will be familiar with Alonso Monaco replacement - Brown

On Fernando Alonso's replacement for the Monaco, McLaren chief Zak Brown said it will be "some guy everybody will be pretty familiar with".
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Vying with Vettel igniting Hamilton's passion more than Rosberg rivalry

Racing against a rival from another team, rather than a stable-mate, is exciting Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton in the 2017 Formula One campaign.
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F1 star Lewis Hamilton would love to try Daytona 500

With Fernando Alonso set to drive in the Indy 500, Formula One star Lewis Hamilton speaks on his desire to try a different racing series.
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Hamilton would love to try MotoGP or NASCAR, wants Button to replace Alonso

With Fernando Alonso set to drive in the Indy500, Lewis Hamilton has spoken of his desire to try a different racing series.
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Wehrlein hits out at critics ahead of Sauber debut

After receiving criticism for missing the first two Formula One races of the season, Sauber's Pascal Wehrlein has hit back.
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Button not guaranteed to replace Alonso in Monaco

Jenson Button's McLaren deal for 2017 stated he would be the team's back-up driver but he may not be called upon to replace Fernando Alonso.
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Marko backs Vettel to pip Hamilton to title

Sebastian Vettel has the edge over Lewis Hamilton in the Formula One world championship, according to his former mentor Helmut Marko.
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Alonso to miss Monaco to race Indy 500

McLaren will be without Fernando Alonso at the Monaco Grand Prix after announcing the Spaniard will instead race the Indy 500.
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F1 Raceweek: Ferrari hoping for more success in the desert - Bahrain GP in numbers

The Bahrain Grand Prix has seen Ferrari win on more occasions than any other team, good news for 2017 title hopeful Sebastian Vettel.
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Wehrlein returns for Bahrain GP

Sauber have confirmed the return of Pascal Wehrlein for the third round of the Formula One season in Bahrain.
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Manor assets to be auctioned

An auction is to be held to sell off the assets of Formula One team Manor.
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Kvyat keeping 'eyes open' over F1 future

Daniil Kvyat is relaxed about his Formula One future beyond the end of the 2017 season with Toro Rosso.
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Horner seeks clarity over grid box rules

Sebastian Vettel did not line his car up in his grid box at the Chinese Grand Prix, and Christian Horner wants clarity on what is allowed.
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Bottas cannot afford 'amateur' mistakes during Mercedes probation

Valtteri Bottas is effectively on probation at Mercedes, and every mistake will count against him when a decision is made over his future.
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Back-to-back wins for Vinales as Marquez crashes out

Maverick Vinales made it two wins from two races at the Argentina Grand Prix after Marc Marquez crashed out in the early stages on Sunday.
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Hamilton's Shanghai love affair continues - Chinese Grand Prix in numbers

After a disappointing season opener in Australia, Mercedes and Lewis Hamilton were back to winning ways at the Chinese Grand Prix.
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Vettel revels in Chinese Grand Prix despite Hamilton win

Four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel said "what can you do?" after finishing runner-up in a thrilling second race of the season.
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Bottas threw Chinese podium away - Wolff

An error behind the safety car ultimately cost Valtteri Bottas a place in the top three in China, but Toto Wolff has backed him to recover.
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