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Features for July 2005
31 July 2005

PODIUM FROM HUNGARY
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PARC FERME FROM HUNGARY
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KLIEN ROLLS
Christian Klien has rolled at the first corner of the Hungarian GP after contact with Jacques Villeneuve
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JOHNNIE WALKER LIVERY UNVEILING
McLaren and Johnnie Walker have unveiled their new livery in the pit lane today.
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VIP'S AND CELEBRITIES AT THE HUNGARORING
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RENAULT PARTY
Renault have thrown a party at the Hungaroring.
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ATMOSPHERE FROM HUNGARY
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GIRLS AT THE HUNGARIAN GP
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30 July 2005

JOHNNIE WALKER ANNOUNCED
McLaren have called a press conference to introduce Johnnie Walker as their new sponsor.
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SUTTON DRIVERS ON TOP IN HUNGARY
Sutton Motorsport Images Supported drivers Neel Jani and Heikki Kovalainen have finished 1-2 in Race One of the GP2 Series at the Hungaroring today.
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MONTOYA'S NEW LIVERY
Juan Pablo Montoya is running with a revised helmet livery at the Hungaroring today.
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29 July 2005

HAPPY BIRTHDAY FERNANDO
Fernando Alonso has celebrated his Birthday in Hungary today.
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BERNIE ON A STAMP
Bernie Ecclesdone has been honoured in Hungary by having his face put on a stamp to commemorate the twentieth anniversary of the Hungarian Grand Prix.
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JOHNNY'S FIRST DAY
Johhny Herbert is with the Jordan team today in his new role as Sporting Relations Manager.
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CHILLED THIRSTDAY
All the action from the Red Bull Energy Station on Thursday evening.
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TONIO LIUZZI DIARY FROM GERMANY
As the F1 circus prepares for the Hungarian GP, Red Bull Racing driver Tonio Liuzzi gives his thoughts on last week's German Grand Prix.
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28 July 2005

VODAFONE COOKING
Michael Schumacher and Rubens Barrichello have attended a Vodafone cooking event at the Inter-Continental Hotel in Budapest.
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VERSTAPPEN TO RACE IN A1GP
Former F1 racer Jos Verstappen is to represent the Netherlands in the forthcoming A1 Grand Prix World Cup of Motorsport.
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JOHNNY HERBERT ANNOUNCED AS JORDAN'S SPORTING RELATIONS MANAGER
Jordan Grand Prix and the Midland Group have announced Johnny Herbert as Sporting Relations Manager for the team, a position that will become effective immediately.
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JOHNNY HERBERT CAREER HISTORY
We look back on the varied career of Jordan's new Sporting Relations Manager.
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NISSANY TO MAKE FRIDAY TEST DEBUT
Minardi Test Driver Chanoch Nissany will make his Friday test debut for the team at the Hungarian Grand Prix.
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27 July 2005

MONDINI TO REPLACE SHARP AT DPR
Italian Giorgio Mondini will replace Ryan Sharp for the remainder of the GP2 season at Dave Price Racing. The two raced together last year in the Eurocup Formula Renault V6 Championship. It is the first seat change of the year for the inaugural GP2 Championship.
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BEAUTIFUL BUDAPEST
The beautiful city of Budapest plays host to the Hungarian Grand Prix this weekend.
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HUNGARIAN GRAND PRIX CELEBRATES 20 YEARS
The Hungarian Grand Prix is celebrating the hosting of its 20th race. The first took place in 1986 when Hungary was still behind the iron curtain.
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HUNGARIAN GRAND PRIX PODIUMS
The podiums from all the previous Hungarian Grands Prix.
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25 July 2005

ONE CAREFUL OWNER...
Cameron McLean spectacularly rolled his Carrera Cup Porsche during Saturday's support race to the Australian V8 Supercars.
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JENSON BUTTON VISITS ISTANBUL F1 CIRCUIT
Jenson Button visits the new Formula One circuit under construction in Istanbul as it is prepared for its first Grand Prix in August.
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BAR DRIVERS VISIT TURKEY
BAR Honda drivers Anthony Davidson and Jenson Button have visited Istanbul in Turkey in advance of the Turkish Grand Prix that is to take place in August.
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WILLIAMS COSWORTH IN 2006, TOYOTA IN 2007?
The Williams F1 team are expected to announce a deal with Cosworth for a supply of the company's new V8 engines for 2006, following their split with BMW at the end of the year. The team is widely expected to run Toyota engines from 2007.
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24 July 2005

PODIUM FROM HOCKENHEIM
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PARC FERME FROM HOCKENHEIM
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PIT STOPS FROM HOCKENEIM
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY TIAGO!
Tiago Monteiro has celebrated his Birthday at Hockenheim today.
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WILLIAMS TALK TO TOYOTA FOR ENGINES
Toyota's Tsutomu Tomita and John Howett have visited the Williams motorhome today, possible proof that Toyota are in discussion with Williams over a possible engine supply for 2006 and beyond.
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CORA'S MINI
Cora Schumacher, wife of Ralf Schumacher, has raced in the Mini Cooper race at Hockenheim today.
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GIRLS AT THE GERMAN GRAND PRIX
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ATMOSPHERE FROM HOCKENHEIM
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CELEBRITIES AND VIP'S AT THE GERMAN GRAND PRIX
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23 July 2005

MONTOYA SPINS OUT OF QUALIFYING
Juan Pablo Montoya will start from the back of the grid tomorrow after spinning at the last corner during his Qualifying lap.
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HEIDFELD GOLDEN HELMET
Nick Heidfeld is running with a different helmet livery at Hockenheim today.
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FAREWELL TO STAN
The F1 Paddock have thrown a farewell party for the Sun Newspapers Stan Piecha, who has been presented with a life long Paddock Pass by Bernie Ecclestone.
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22 July 2005

THE ROOTS VISIT RED BULL RACING
The band "The Roots" have visited the Red Bull Racing garage at Hockenheim today.
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CHILLED THIRSTDAY PARTY
Red Bull Racing have held their "Chilled Thirstday" Party at the Red Bull Energy Station in Hockenheim.
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KIESA MAKES JORDAN TEST DEBUT
Nicolas Kiesa has made his Jordan Third Driver debut at the German GP this weekend.
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DOORNBOS MAKES MINARDI DEBUT
Robert Doornbos has made his Minardi debut at the German GP this weekend.
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FIA CANCEL US GP VERDICT
Following new evidence provided by the seven Michelin F1 to the FIA Senate at a meeting in Monaco, the FIA today announced they have cancelled the guilty verdict issued after the USA GP debacle.
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21 July 2005

VODAFONE QUAD BIKE PAINTING CONTEST
Michael Schumacher and Rubens Barrichello were on hand at Hockenheim to present the Vodafone Quad Bike painting contest.
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KIESA TAKES JORDAN 3RD DRIVER ROLE
Former Minardi F1 driver Nicolas Kiesa will replace Robert Doornbos in the Jordan team this weekend.
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NICOLAS KIESA CAREER HISTORY
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20 July 2005

TONIO LIUZZI DIARY FROM SILVERSTONE
Red Bull Racing third driver Vitantonio Liuzzi with all the inside information from the British Grand Prix.
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JORDAN SIGNS UP TO NEW CONCORDE AGREEMENT
Midland F1, owner of Jordan Grand Prix, have confirmed that they have signed the revised Concorde Agreement and will race in the 2008-2012 Formula One World Championship.
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DRIVERS TO MEET MOSLEY
A meeting between the FIA and F1 drivers will take place in Cannes on 1st August to discuss safety issues after over half the grid promised to attend. The meeting was to have taken place at the British GP but was cancelled when David Coulthard made critical comments.
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NEWEY TO REMAIN AT MCLAREN
McLaren Technical Director Adrian Newey has revealed that he is to remain with the team for 2006.
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F1 TEST FOR KANAAN
Reigning IRL champion Tony Kanaan will test for the BAR F1 team as a reward from engine supplier Honda. The test will take place in Jerez in late September.
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GERMAN GRAND PRIX HISTORY
The history of the German Grand Prix at Hockenheim.
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19 July 2005

DOORNBOS TO RACE FOR MINARDI
Jordan third driver Robert Doornbos is to replace Patrick Friesacher at Minardi this weekend at Hockenheim. He will partner fellow Dutchman Christijan Albers at the team.
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ROBERT DOORNBOS CAREER HISTORY
With Robert Doornbos about to make his Grand Prix race debut we look back at his career history.
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18 July 2005

RED BULL SIGN CONCORDE AGREEMENT
Red Bull Racing have joined Ferrari in signing an extension to the current Concorde Agreement that will run from 2008 - 2012.
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KATHERINE LEGGE WINS IN EDMONTON
British lady driver Katherine Legge has taken her second Toyota Atlantic win of 2005 in Edmonton. She previously won the season opener at Long Beach.
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POWER WINS IN BILBAO
Sutton Motorsport Images supported Australian driver Will Power won race two of the World Series by Renault event in Bilbao, Spain. He had previously finished second in race 1.
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17 July 2005

DTM RACE OF LEGENDS
Former F1 champions Alain Prost, Nigel Mansell, Emerson Fittipaldi and Jody Scheckter have competed with Mick Doohan and Johnny Cecotto in the DTM Race of Legends. Alain Prost won the charity event, edging out former Ferrari F1 team mate Nigel Mansell into second place.
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ZAUGG WINS IN BILBAO
Sutton Motorsport Images supported Formula Renault Eurocup driver Adrian Zaugg has won race 1 of the weekend in Bilbao.
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15 July 2005

FRIESACHER COULD LOSE MINARDI SEAT
Patrick Friesacher could be replaced at Minardi at the German Grand Prix as his sponsorship funds have dried up. Team owner Paul Stoddart said any one of three drivers could replace him.
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JORDAN AND DAVID RICHARDS
There is speculation that former BAR principal David Richards is keen to acquire the Jordan F1 team. Jordan is currently owned by Alex Shnaider, head of the Midland Group.
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14 July 2005

F1 TEAMS TEST 2.4 LITRE V8 ENGINES
Toyota and BMW have tested their new 2.4 litre V8 F1 engines for the first time in Jerez to varying degrees of success. The engines will make their race debut in 2006.
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13 July 2005

A QUARTER OF A MILLION IMAGES AND RISING FOR SUTTON MOTORSPORT IMAGES
On the eve of the 2005 British Grand Prix at Silverstone, Towcester based Sutton Motorsport Images - the World’s largest independent motorsport photography agency, broke the 250,000 images barrier on their online Picture Desk archive.
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12 July 2005

BRIATORE SAYS "F1 WILL UNITE"
Renault team principal Flavio Briatore sees a bright future for F1 despite a breakaway series being planned by the GPWC. Briatore denies the sport is in political crisis.
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DENNIS AND HORNER TO MEET MOSLEY
McLaren's Ron Dennis and Red Bull Racing's Christian Horner are to meet FIA President Max Mosley on Thursday in Monaco. The meeting has been arranged by Michelin to diffuse the difficulties of the past troubled month in F1.
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MANSELL AND PROST TO COMPETE IN DTM LEGENDS
Former Ferrari team mates and F1 rivals Nigel Mansell and Alain Prost will compete in the DTM "Legends" race at the Norisring in Germany this weekend. The pair have not raced together since 1991.
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11 July 2005

BRITISH GRAND PRIX CLEAN UP
The day after the British Grand Prix sees a huge logistical operation as the paddock is dismantled before it's journey to Hockenheim.
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FIRST CHAMP CAR WIN FOR WILSON
Former F1 driver Justin Wilson has taken his first Champ Car win for himself and the RuSPORT team at the Molson Indy Toronto.
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10 July 2005

WERE YOU AT SILVERSTONE?
See if you have been captured by our team of photographers out and about in the crowd at Silverstone today, and order your print to remember the occasion.
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PODIUM FROM SILVERSTONE
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PARC FERME FROM SILVERSTONE
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PIT STOPS FROM SILVERSTONE
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DRIVERS OBSERVE MINUTES SILENCE
Before the British Grand Prix, the drivers observed a minute's silence in respect of those killed and injured in the London terrorist bombings of 7 July.
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HAWTHORN TROPHY FOR JENSON
Jenson Button has been presented with the Hawthorn Trophy by Sports Minister Richard Caborn.
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NAKED RUN FOR BOB
Journalist Bob McKenzie has completed his naked run around Silverstone today. Some of his modesty was covered with body art applied by New F1 Masters artist Jill Bradley.
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WHEATCROFT TROPHY FOR BERNIE
Bernie Ecclestone has been presented with the Tom Wheatcroft Trophy at Silverstone today. The presentation was made by last years recipient Jean Todt.
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ELLEN MACARTHUR WITH RENAULT
World breaking yaghtswoman Ellen MacArthur has been aguest of the Renault team at the British Grand Prix.
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WILL POWER TAKES FIRST WORLD SERIES WIN
Sutton Motorsport Images supported driver Will Power has taken his maiden victory in the Renault World Series at Le Mans.
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MARSH AND PINDER
Playstation 2 F1 2005 girls Lucy Pinder and Michelle Marsh have visited the Renault team at Silverstone today.
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FANS AND ATMOSPHERE FROM SILVERSTONE
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GIRLS AT SILVERSTONE
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CELEBRITIES AND VIP'S AT SILVERSTONE
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09 July 2005

KIMI'S ENGINE CHANGE PENALTY
Kimi Raikkonen will start from twelfth place on tomorrows grid after being relegated ten places due to a Mercedes engine change in his McLaren for the second race running.
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JACKIE VISITS COMMAND CENTRE
Jackie Stewart has visited the Police Command Centre at Silverstone.
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NEW MASTERS AUCTION RAISES £16,000
Jill Bradley's New Masters F1 portraits of Jenson Button and David Coulthard have raised £16,000 for Charity when auctioned at last nights Grand Prix Ball.
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08 July 2005

JORDAN PAY RESPECTS
The Jordan Team have black nose cones today to pay their respects to those injured and killed in yesterday's terror attacks in London.
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BAR HONDA MAKES COMMITMENT TO YOUNG DRIVERS
BAR Honda has rewarded James Rossiter and Sutton Motorsport Images supported Adam Carroll with a long-term agreement that will see them both join the team with immediate effect. This commitment is part of BAR Honda's Young Driver Programme.
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TONIO LIUZZI DIARY FROM FRANCE
Red Bull Racing third driver Tonio Liuzzi on the French Grand Prix weekend.
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07 July 2005

BRDC MAGAZINE LAUNCH
The British Racing Drivers Club have launched their Silverstone Magazine today.
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COULTHARD PRESS CONFERENCE
David Coulthard and Red Bull Racing Sporting Director Christian Horner have held a press conference detailing Coulthard's recent signing for the team for 2006.
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COULTHARD AND BUTTON UP FOR SALE!
Sutton Motorsport Images supported artist Jill Bradley has announced that the "New Masters" portraits of David Coulthard and Jenson Button will be auctioned for charity at the La Dolce Vita Grand Prix Ball that will be held on Friday 8th July.
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HEIGHTENED SECURITY FOR BRITISH GP
British Police have increased security at Silverstone for this weekend's race in light of the bomb attacks that have taken place in Central London today.
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MICHELIN TEAMS COULD HAVE QUIT F1
It has been revealed that the seven Michelin F1 teams, plus Minardi, were prepared to have walked out of F1 if the FIA had imposed bans or serious penalties upon them at their hearing in Paris last week.
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06 July 2005

DALZIEL TO MAKE CHAMP CAR DEBUT
Briton Ryan Dalziel will make his Champ Car World Series debut with Dale Coyne Racing in this weekend's Molson Indy Toronto race. Daziel was runner up in Toyota Atlantic's in 2003 and 2004 and is currently racing in the ALMS.
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FOSTER'S PROUD TO SUPPORT 2005 BRITISH GRAND PRIX
Foster's - Australia's most famous beer - have announced that they are proud to continue their association with the British Grand Prix.
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BRITISH GRAND PRIX HISTORY
This week Formula One moves to Silverstone, the home of the British Grand Prix.
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HERBERT'S FIRST WIN TEN YEARS ON
With the British Grand Prix fast approaching, we look back ten years to the popular first victory for Brit Johnny Herbert.
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05 July 2005

MOSLEY CANCELS GPDA MEETING
FIA President Max Mosley has cancelled a meeting planned for Friday afternoon with the Grand Prix Driver's Association (GPDA). Mosley has blamed David Coulthard of turning the safety debate into one about F1 politics.
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TOGGS CLEAN FERRARI OVERALLS
Toggs the Launderette in Towcester have been trusted with cleaning the Ferrari driver overalls of Rubens Barrichello and Michael Schumacher in preparation for the British Grand Prix.
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A LAP OF SILVERSTONE...NAKED!
Journalist Bob McKenzie, father of ITV's Lee McKenzie, will run a lap of Silverstone naked for charity after losing a bet with Ron Dennis. McKenzie wrote off McLaren's chances of winning in 2004 and promised his naked run if they did so. Unfortunately for McKenzie McLaren won the Belgian GP and Ron Dennis is keeping him to his word!
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04 July 2005

KERR AND LLOYD CHOSEN FOR A1 TEAM GREAT BRITAIN
Robbie Kerr and Alex Lloyd have been announced as the official drivers for A1 Team Great Britain by Team Principal John Surtees in London today.Images Credit: (c) Free "A1GP" Editorial Use Only
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03 July 2005

PODIUM FROM MAGNY COURS
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PARC FERME FROM MAGNY COURS
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PIT STOPS FROM MAGNY COURS
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ATMOSPHERE FROM MAGNY COURS
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GIRLS IN MAGNY COURS
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CELEBRITIES AND VIP'S IN MAGNY COURS
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02 July 2005

INDY NON-CHAMPIONSHIP RACE
Rumours are spreading around the Magny Cours Paddock that the seven Michelin teams are planning a non-championship race at Indianapolis at the end of the current GP season.
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KOVALAINEN WINS AT MAGNY COURS
Sutton Motorpsort Images supported Heikki Kovalainen has taken victory in Round nine of the GP2 Series in France today.
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PINEWOOD DERBY
Toyota, Ferrari, Minardi and Red Bull have designed miniature wooden GP models to take part in a competition organised by the FFSA. The gravity driven cars were raced down a wooden race way, with Ferrari emerging victorious.
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01 July 2005

BRIDGESTONE KARTING WITH FERRARI DRIVERS
Michael Schumacher and Rubens Barrichello have taken part in a Bridgestone Karting event in Magny Cours.
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MICHELIN PRESS CONFERENCE
The seven Michelin teams have spoken to the worlds media to further discuss their actions at the USA Grand Prix.
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KIMI ENGINE PROBLEMS
Kimi Raikkonen looks likely to be relagated ten grid slots from his qualifying position after suffering an apparent engine failure in practice today.
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SV SALZBURG VISIT RED BULL
Red Bull Soccer team SV Salzburg have visited the Magny Cours paddock today.
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