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You Can't Help But To Feel Bad For A Driver Who Tries To Pick Up After His Own Crash

3 weeks agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

For the first time since the Australian Grand Prix in 2006, neither Ferrari Formula One car will be classified in a race. Räikkönen retired early after colliding with Williams’ Valtteri Bottas, and now Sebastian Vettel broadsided a barrier. Read more...

MotoGP Australian Grand Prix 2015 Results: Winner, Standings and Reaction

Yamaha will complete a one-two finish in the 2015 MotoGP standings despite seeing Marc Marquez claim victory in Sunday's Australian Grand Prix, with Jorge Lorenzo finishing second and leader Valentino Rossi in fourth. Marquez's fifth...Show More Summary

Márquez victorious in Phillip Island thriller

Marc Márquez prevailed in a thrilling race-long four-way fight for victory at the Australian Grand Prix, as Jorge Lorenzo…

Márquez takes pole at Phillip Island

Marc Márquez secured his eighth pole position of rht season after dominating qualifying for the Australian Grand Prix at…

Márquez tops first day at Phillip Island

Repsol Honda rider Marc Márquez set the standard on a rain-affected opening day of practice for the Australian Grand Prix at…

MotoGP Australian Grand Prix 2015: Race Schedule, Live Stream and Top Riders

Valentino Rossi enters Sunday's Australian Grand Prix with an 18-point cushion over Yamaha team-mate Jorge Lorenzo as the manufacturer looks primed to complete an audacious one-two in 2015. In fact, Yamaha could put the final touches...Show More Summary

Video: Repsol Honda's Australian GP preview

Repsol Honda previews the Australian Grand Prix at Phillip Island with some facts from previous races.

Pedrosa takes 'good momentum' to Australia

Repsol Honda's Dani Pedrosa hopes to carry his "good momentum" into this weekend's Australian Grand Prix at Phillip Island…

Video: Australian Grand Prix date change

Australian Grand Prix Corporation CEO, Andrew Westacott comments on the 2016 race-date change.

Australian GP brought forward to March 20

Australian Grand Prix organisers have announced that the 2016 race has been moved forward from April 3 to March 20. More to…

Melbourne extends Australian GP deal

Melbourne will host the Australian Grand Prix until 2023 after a three-year extension to the existing deal.

Melbourne extends Formula 1 deal to 2023

Melbourne has secured a new deal to hold the Australian Grand Prix until at least 2023, extending its contract by a further…

Harnden appointed new Australian GP boss

John Harnden has been appointed as the new Chairman of the Australian Grand Prix Corporation (AGPC), taking over from Ron…

Grading Max Verstappen's Start to Life in Formula 1

Max Verstappen became Formula One's youngest-ever driver when he lined up for the 2015 Australian Grand Prix at the age of just 17 years and 166 days. Some will have expected him to struggle or look out of his depth but no driver would...Show More Summary

Nico Rosberg Returns to Form with Pole Position in 2015 Spanish GP Qualifying

In 2014, Nico Rosberg headed to Europe while looking like a beaten man to all the world. Despite inheriting a win at the season-opening Australian Grand Prix, which gave him a strong initial lead in the drivers' standings, the German...Show More Summary

Formula 1 2016 season to start later

The 2016 Grand Prix season will start on 3 April as the Australian Grand Prix is pushed back by two weeks.

Formula 1 to begin 2016 season in April

Formula 1 is set for a considerably later start to the season in 2016 after Australian Grand Prix organisers announced that the…

VIDEO: Why did I say that? Murray on Mansell

Formula 1 commentary legend Murray Walker remembers Nigel Mansell's tyre exploding at the 1986 Australian Grand Prix.

VIDEO: What's it like to make your F1 debut?

BBC F1 follows Formula 1 rookies Max Verstappen and Carlos Sainz as they make their Grand Prix debuts at the Australian Grand Prix.

Why Tatiana Calderon Will Emulate Lella Lombardi and Score Points in F1

It was what we all had long suspected but never had confirmed until the Australian Grand Prix weekend. When Valtteri Bottas, Williams' lead driver, was ruled out of the opening race of the 2015 Formula One season with a back injury,Show More Summary

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