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Fernando Alonso Ruled out of 2015 Australian Grand Prix by McLaren

McLaren driver Fernando Alonso has been ruled out of competing in this month's Australian Grand Prix after the Spaniard received medical advice from the manufacturer. The news was confirmed on Tuesday afternoon after McLaren 's official...Show More Summary

Fernando Alonso Will Not Race In The Australian Grand Prix

15 hours agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

After a bizarre testing wreck blamed on wind sent Fernando Alonso's McLaren-Honda into the wall and the driver to the hospital with a concussion, doctors have now recommended that the former world champion skip the upcoming Australian Grand Prix. Read more...

Alonso to sit out Australian Grand Prix

McLaren has confirmed that Fernando Alonso will sit out the Australian Grand Prix in the wake of his testing crash at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, with test driver Kevin Magnussen replacing him.

5 Key Takeaways from 3rd Formula 1 Test in Barcelona

Formula One's 2015 pre -season testing is over, and the teams will already be shipping personnel and parts out to Melbourne for the Australian Grand Prix. The race takes place on March 15 — less than two weeks away. Mercedes will start as clear favourites, but behind them we'll be treated to a huge battle for second. Show More Summary

Red Bull reveals RB11 in full race livery

Red Bull was running its new Renault-powered RB11 chassis at the pre-season test sessions in a camouflage livery, but has now revealed the 2015 challenger in full color ahead of the Australian Grand Prix that will kick off the championship later this month. Show More Summary

Winners and Losers from 3rd Formula 1 Test in Barcelona

Mercedes dominated the third and final Formula One pre -season test at the Circuit de Catalunya and will head to the 2015 Australian Grand Prix as firm favourites for both titles. Nico Rosberg set the fastest lap of the test on Day 2, with Lewis Hamilton close behind a day later. Show More Summary

Hamilton plays down technical issue

Lewis Hamilton says he is "ready" for the Australian Grand Prix and played down a problem which stranded his Mercedes W06 Hybrid on the first day of the final pre-season test at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.

Formula 1 Pre-Season Test 3: 5 Observations from Day 3 at Barcelona

Things started to get serious as Formula One entered its penultimate day of pre -season testing. With the cars now more or less exactly as they will appear at the Australian Grand Prix in a fortnight's time, most of the teams are now...Show More Summary

Symonds supportive of Manor revival

Williams' Chief Technical Officer Pat Symonds says it will be a boost for Formula 1 if Manor can make it to the grid for the season-opening Australian Grand Prix in two weeks' time.

Booth: Manor 'very close' to making first race

John Booth says Manor Marussia is "very close" to making it to the season-opening Australian Grand Prix, after the team was named on the FIA's official entry list for the upcoming Formula 1 campaign.

Freshly-minted Manor Marussia team aims for Australian GP grid

Manor Marussia F1 declares it is "making huge strides" toward being on the grid at the Australian Grand Prix in just over two weeks' time. It's got a lot of agreements on paper that are hopeful, but there are a lot of questions - and an FIA crash test - to be dealt with. Show More Summary

5 Talking Points Ahead of Formula 1's 3rd Test in Barcelona

Two-thirds of Formula One's 2015 pre-season schedule has been completed, leaving the teams and drivers with just four full days of testing ahead of the season-opening Australian Grand Prix on March 15. After kicking off their winterShow More Summary

Formula 1 Pre-Season Testing: 5 Observations from Day 1 at Barcelona

After a two-week break, Formula One pre -season testing has recommenced, this time at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. The second of three four-day tests ahead of the season-opening Australian Grand Prix on March 15, this week's running...Show More Summary

2015 Australian F1 Grand Prix: Support Categories Confirmed

The Australian Grand Prix Corporation has today locked in the on-track support categories for next month’s Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix. As expected, the support categories will be headed by Australia’s V8 Supercar category, which will contest the non-championship MSS Security Challenge. Show More Summary

Today's Young Drivers Face a More Difficult Road to F1 Than Past Generations

Currently, there are 18 race seats on the 2015 Formula One grid. Maybe Marussia or Caterham will make a last-minute comeback, but for now, just 18 drivers will make the start at the Australian Grand Prix in March. F1 is an exclusive sport—it always has been. Show More Summary

Honda NSX concept confirmed for Australian Formula One Grand Prix showing

last monthVehicles / Cars : Car Advice

Australian Honda NSX fans will be treated to an early preview of the forthcoming supercar in March when the NSX concept car makes its first appearance on local soil at the 2015 Formula One Grand Prix. The Australian debut of the new-generation Honda NSX concept (pictured above) will take place a little over two months after [...]

Honda NSX Concept Bound For 2015 Australian F1 Grand Prix

Honda’s new NSX is now a production reality, but it seems the supercar’s concept forebear has some life in it yet. Australian fans have never seen the latest NSX concept on their own turf, thanks largely to the deaths of the Melbourne and Sydney motor shows - the obvious destinations for this type of concept. Show More Summary

Formula 1 Salaries vs. Points Won: Which Driver Provided the Best Value in 2014?

From the end of the Australian Grand Prix —the first race of the season—the 2014 Formula One titles were never really in doubt. Mercedes built a dominant car and easily won the constructors' championship with three races to spare. Their...Show More Summary

Daniel Ricciardo to Wear Helmet Featuring Grinning Cartoon of Himself on Crown

Daniel Ricciardo will go into the final grand prix of the season for Red Bull with a customised helmet featuring a cartoon version of himself on the crown. The Australian's helmet is the end result of a competition in Italy, where people...Show More Summary

The Australian Ballet on the road: a history in pictures

5 months agoDance / Ballet : Behind Ballet

Since its inception, The Australian Ballet has had a gypsy soul. From its first tour in 1965 (a five-month extravaganza in which the dancers performed in an ancient temple and with Rudolf Nureyev, won the Grand Prix of the City … Continue reading ?

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