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Indy 500 has a big place in F1 history

MONACO Very few Formula One fans, even from the older generations, can name the first U.S. driver to score points, win a round of the world championship and lead the standings.

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Glory days return as Indy revs up for 100th 26 May 2016

INDIANAPOLIS A rich history and uncertain future will collide at the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday when up to 400,000 motor racing fans descend on the famed Brickyard for a high-octane party over 100 years in the making.

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Ricciardo fastest in Monaco on day of crashes 26 May 2016

MONACO Australian Daniel Ricciardo set the pace for Red Bull in Monaco Grand Prix practice on Thursday, with crashes and a loose drain cover putting safety back in the spotlight at Formula One's showcase race.

Lauda expects Rosberg to agree new deal at Mercedes 26 May 2016

MONACO Mercedes want Formula One championship leader Nico Rosberg to stay and a contract extension is likely to be agreed soon, the team's non-executive director Niki Lauda said on Thursday.

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Button lucky to escape with damaged car 26 May 2016

MONACO McLaren's Jenson Button declared himself lucky to have escaped with a damaged car, rather than suffering serious injury, after running over a loose drain cover during Monaco Grand Prix practice on Thursday.

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Formula One remains Plan A for Maldonado 26 May 2016

MONACO Venezuelan driver Pastor Maldonado says returning to Formula One remains his priority and he is hopeful of retaining the support of state oil company PDVSA to help make it possible.

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Bianchi family plan legal action against F1 26 May 2016

MONACO The family of the late French Formula One driver Jules Bianchi are planning legal action against the sport's governing body, his former Marussia team and Bernie Ecclestone's Formula One Group, they said in a statement on Thursday.

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Tearing hurry could land F1 drivers in trouble 25 May 2016

MONACO McLaren's Fernando Alonso was delicate in his phrasing, but left little to the imagination, when discussing where Formula One drivers might have to put their helmet visor tear-offs at Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix.

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