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January 12th, 2013
Greg Biffle was quickest among those who stayed on for the final day of NASCAR Sprint Cup pre-season testing at Daytona on Saturday.
January 10th, 2013
Nasser Al-Attiyah reduced the gap to Dakar leader Stephane Peterhansel to just over a minute after winning Thursday’s sixth stage of the event. The Qatari driver, who had lost time to his rival yesterday , recovered more than eight minutes over Peterhansel to finish the day just 1:18 minutes behind the Frenchman following the 438-km special from Arica to Calama.
January 5th, 2013
Carlos Sainz set the pace as the 2013 Dakar Rally got underway with a short eight-mile stage in Pisco.
November 18th, 2012
Lewis Hamilton beat Sebastian Vettel to victory in an absorbing United States Grand Prix, as Fernando Alonso’s third place kept the Formula 1 championship battle alive. Despite his defeat at Austin, Vettel remains title favourite, as he takes a 13-point lead over Alonso into next weekend’s finale at Interlagos.
November 6th, 2012
Kevin Magnussen set the pace for McLaren on the opening day of Formula 1′s final young driver test of the year at Abu Dhabi. The 20-year-old Dane worked his way down to a 1m42.651s in the morning, edging out Red Bull’s Antonio Felix da Costa by just over six hundredths of a second. The pair finished more than three quarters of a second clear of the field, which was headed by Gary Paffett – the McLaren test driver having taken over from Magnussen for the afternoon.
November 4th, 2012
Kimi Raikkonen held off Fernando Alonso to take the first win of his Formula 1 comeback in an astonishing Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, as Sebastian Vettel made it through from last to third. The result means Vettel’s championship lead remains 10 points with two races to go, despite an incident-packed race for the Red Bull driver. Raikkonen’s victory is his first since he won the 2009 Belgian GP, the first for his Enstone-based team since the 2008 Japanese GP, and the first for a Lotus-branded squad since the 1987 United States GP.
October 28th, 2012
Sebastian Vettel stretched his Formula 1 world championship lead to 13 points with a fourth straight dominant victory in the Indian Grand Prix. Fernando Alonso was at least able to minimise the damage to his title bid by battling through to second place. Red Bull’s rivals may have claimed pre-race that they were determined to prevent Vettel making a clean break, but the champion team actually looked more dominant than ever on lap one, as Vettel and Mark Webber cruised away while the McLarens and Ferraris grappled with each other
October 14th, 2012
Sebastian Vettel swept into the Formula 1 world championship lead by delivering a dominant victory in the Korean Grand Prix. Vettel’s third consecutive race win came at the head of a Red Bull one-two, with team Mark Webber in second.
October 7th, 2012
Sebastian Vettel demolished Fernando Alonso’s Formula 1 world championship lead by dominating the Japanese Grand Prix as the points leader retired in a first-lap crash. The reigning champion is now just four points behind with five races to go, and has momentum on his side after back to back victories
September 23rd, 2012
Sebastian Vettel finally scored the second victory of his latest Formula 1 title defence in the Singapore Grand Prix. The Red Bull driver benefited from Lewis Hamilton’s McLaren suffering a gearbox failure while holding a narrow lead. Jenson Button claimed second in the other McLaren, with Fernando Alonso’s third place maintaining the Ferrari driver’s world championship cushion.
September 14th, 2012
Sebastien Saavedra took pole position for the final Indy Lights race of the season at Fontana. For much of the session the man to beat was the Colombian’s Andretti team-mate Carlos Munoz, who posted a speed of 188.984mph, but Saavedra was able to better him late on with a 189.640mph effort. “It was great to have Carlos go ahead of us,” said Saavedra, who is doing double-duty in Indy Lights and IndyCar this weekend.
September 14th, 2012
Jules Bianchi led the way in Formula Renault 3.5 free practice at the Hungaroring on Friday.
September 11th, 2012
Ferrari’s Jules Bianchi led the way on the opening day of Formula 1′s young driver test at Magny-Cours on Tuesday. The Frenchman ended the day half a second quicker than Force India’s Luiz Razia. Bianchi, who has been Force India’s reserve driver this year, completed 87 laps, with a best of 1m18.070s, as Ferrari evaluated a new front wing as part of its aerodynamic development programme.
September 9th, 2012
Lewis Hamilton stayed safely clear of an incredible charge from Sergio Perez to win the Italian Grand Prix, as Fernando Alonso stretched his Formula 1 points lead by coming through from 10th on the grid to third. Alonso benefited from his closest title rival Sebastian Vettel being penalised for forcing him off the road as they battled mid-race and later retiring with a mechanical problem.
September 2nd, 2012
Jenson Button dominated a Belgian Grand Prix that began with a huge startline crash in which title contenders Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton were eliminated. With Sebastian Vettel coming through to finish second, the incident meant Alonso saw his championship lead slashed to 24 points. The accident started when Lotus driver Romain Grosjean moved across the track on the approach to La Source and squeezed Hamilton’s McLaren.
August 25th, 2012
Rob Collard emerged fastest from Saturday’s two British Touring Car free practice sessions at Knockhill. The WSR BMWs proved quick around the tight and twisty Scottish track and Collard, Tom Onslow-Cole and Nick Foster all featured near the front. Local man Gordon Shedden (works Honda Civic) and Jason Plato’s MG6 attacked early on in free practice one, but Collard topped the timesheets for much of the session.
August 4th, 2012
Tristan Vautier claimed his fourth pole position of the season for Indy Lights’ standalone round in Trois-Rivieres. The series’ visit to the famous Canadian street circuit is its only date away from the IndyCar Series in the calendar.
August 4th, 2012
Sebastien Loeb heads for the final two stages of Rally Finland with a nine-second cushion over Citroen team-mate Mikko Hirvonen. The rally will be decided with two runs through the famous 33-kilometre Ouninpohja stage on Saturday afternoon, and Loeb was able to slightly extend his lead on the second of the leg’s three loops. While the works Fords of Jari-Matti Latvala and Petter Solberg remain settled in third and fourth places, there were changes further down the order on SS15 and SS16.
August 4th, 2012
Sebastien Loeb extended his advantage over Mikko Hirvonen to 7.4 seconds as the Citroens’ battle for the Rally Finland lead moved into its deciding stretch.
August 3rd, 2012
Sebastien Loeb maintained his Rally Finland lead through the first loop of Friday morning stages, but Citroen team-mate Mikko Hirvonen is closing in. Hirvonen was 3.2 seconds quicker than Loeb on the Jukojarvi stage, bringing the World Rally champion’s overall advantage down to 4.4s.