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Alonso retirement increases strain on McLaren-Honda relations

With every passing race, it seems less and less likely that Honda will be McLaren's engine supplier in 2018.
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Ocon frustrated by unrepentant team-mate Perez

Esteban Ocon was frustrated team-mate Sergio Perez denied him a charge for the podium, with the Force India duo calling for a review.
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Hamilton spent dominant Canada win reminiscing

With hardly any threat to his position at the front of the Canadian Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton pondered his past glories in Montreal.
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More joy in Canada for Hamilton as Vettel's lead is halved

Sebastian Vettel saw his lead in the drivers' standings cut significantly as Lewis Hamilton romped to victory in Canada.
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Dovizioso dampens title talk

Andrea Dovizioso is seven points off MotoGP leader Maverick Vinales, but he is not expecting a title tilt after winning consecutive races.
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Dovizioso doubles down in Barcelona

Maverick Vinales' lead in the MotoGP standings was cut to just seven points as Andrea Dovizioso secured a second straight win in Barcelona.
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Rosberg for Ferrari? Mercedes boss Wolff starts silly season early

Toto Wolff has playfully suggested that he would not be surprised to see Nico Rosberg return to Formula One with Ferrari.
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Vettel rues qualifying performance, but expects 'very close race' in Montreal

Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel was "not so happy" with his performance in Q3, but believes he can still contend for victory at the Canadian GP.
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Hamilton revels in 'greatest honour' after being awarded Senna's race helmet

He has three world titles and 55 race wins, but receiving Ayrton Senna's race helmet is Lewis Hamilton's greatest Formula One prize.
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Montreal master Hamilton claims Senna-equalling pole

After qualifying first in Montreal, Lewis Hamilton was handed a race-worn Ayrton Senna helmet, having matched his idol's tally of poles.
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Pedrosa on pole as Vinales and Rossi lead Yamaha struggle

The Catalan Grand Prix could shake up the MotoGP riders' classification after Dani Pedrosa snatched pole and Maverick Vinales struggled.
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F1 Raceweek: No team orders from Ferrari, despite Vettel surge

Sebastian Vettel won in Monaco but Ferrari have since had to respond to claims of favouritism.
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Marquez lays down a marker in Barcelona

Jack Miller going the wrong way around the track was the only moment of peril on Friday at the Catalan Grand Prix as Marc Marquez dominated.
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Alonso gives strong hint over McLaren exit

Fernando Alonso said he knows he can "win any series" and will not accept the sort of failure McLaren have experienced.
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F1 test reminded me what I've lost, says Kubica

Having not driven an F1 car for six years, Robert Kubica admitted to "mixed feelings" after completing a test for Renault.
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F1 Raceweek: Hamilton aims for Schumacher record, unlucky 13 for Ferrari - Canadian GP in numbers

Michael Schumacher's Canada pole record is within Lewis Hamilton's grasp in Montreal this weekend.
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Massa open to 16th Formula One season

He has scored points in four out of six races this year, and Felipe Massa's 15th Formula One season may not be his last.
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Wolff: Ferrari are F1 title favourites

Ferrari have had the edge over Mercedes so far in 2017 and Toto Wolff said: "We are not the favourites for this year's championship".
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F1 Raceweek: Kubica back in an F1 car, Giovinazzi set for Haas tests

After six years away, Robert Kubica is back in a Formula One car, while Antonio Giovinazzi will also get more track time.
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Dovizioso seals rare Italian double for Ducati at Mugello

Rider and constructor were united in celebrating a double home victory as Andrea Dovizioso won the Italian MotoGP for Ducati at Mugello.
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