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1dLaurence Edmondson

Rosberg ends season on a high with third straight victory

Nico Rosberg beat teammate Lewis Hamilton to victory at the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, signing off his season with a hat-trick of victories.

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Raikkonen: Ferrari can do better (1:45)
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5dNate Saunders

Hamilton reveals NASCAR ambition

Lewis Hamilton admits he would love to do a NASCAR race "one day" after watching Jeff Gordon's final race in Miami last week.

Coulthard: Hamilton more natural than Rosberg (1:58)
What changes would drivers make for 2017? (1:49)
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11dTim Haddock

Haddock: Langdon's 'crazy year' in Top Fuel

Shawn Langdon won the Top Fuel opener in Pomona with Alan Johnson Racing. He won the finale with Don Schumacher Racing. Langdon's take: "It was pretty neat ..."

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Hulkenburg: F1 drivers are jealous of Le Mans experience (1:13)
Grosjean excited to join Haas (1:27)
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11dNate Saunders

Vettel excited but wary of racing outside F1

Four-time world champion hints at future in rallying but admits any attempt at racing outside of F1 would require a lot of work to be a success.

Vettel admires challenge of DTM (0:49)
'Drivers can be like robots behind the wheel' (1:54)
Massa: I'd love to stay beyond 2017 (1:29)
Palmer excited by Renault potential (2:24)
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14dNate Saunders

Rosberg resurgence may be fuelled by Austin 'anger'

Toto Wolff speculates that Nico Rosberg's back-to-back victories in Mexico and Brazil may be inspired by his frustrations with Lewis Hamilton from October's U.S. Grand Prix.

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15dLaurence Edmondson

Arrivabene: Ferrari's Brazil pace 'not an invention'

Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene thinks Ferrari's performance in Brazil -- where Sebastian Vettel finished 6.2s behind the nearest Mercedes -- was a true reflection of progress team has made.

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15dTim Haddock

Haddock: Del Worsham works his championship magic

Winning the NHRA Funny Car championship wasn't easy for Del Worsham, even if he made it look that way with a victory in the final event of the season Sunday in Pomona, California.

Rosberg's resurgence continues (0:55)
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espnW: Enders' accolades

Erica Enders has clinched her second straight Pro Stock title and has the chance to add to her record wins in the NHRA finale. Amazing considering she was once almost forced out of the sport.

19dMaurice Hamilton

F1 drivers on the road

News of Lewis Hamilton's 'light contact' in his road car this week, reminds Maurice Hamilton of another world champion's 'light contact' on Chiswick High Road back in 1981...

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22dNate Saunders

Hamilton eyes 'salute to Senna' in Brazil

Lewis Hamilton is keen to end his winless record at the Brazilian Grand Prix, something he wants to do as a homage to childhood hero Ayrton Senna.

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25dNate Saunders

Haas: Our chassis will be better than Ferrari's

Gene Haas says he has nothing against his new outfit being labelled a "Ferrari B-Team" and thinks it can produce a better chassis than the Maranello outfit.

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24dNate Saunders

FIA apologises for Le Mans-Baku schedule clash

FIA president Jean Todt says it is "not possible" to avoid scheduling in modern motorsport, with the 2016 Le Mans 24 Hours set to clash with Azerbaijan's inaugural Formula One race.

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26dJohn Oreovicz

Oreovicz: Miles charts IndyCar progress

Mark Miles, Hulman Motorsports CEO and the man charged with giving IndyCar its direction, laid out the course for the league heading into 2016.

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26dNate Saunders

Female F1 driver unlikely to happen soon - Wolff

Susie Wolff, who recently announced her retirement from motor racing, doubts F1 will have a female driver soon because it lacks a "clear role model".

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26dNate Saunders

Engine manufacturers are not charities - Wolff

Toto Wolff says Mercedes is willing to talk with FIA to find compromise over cutting engine supply costs but cannot be "charitable" with its supply deals.

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27dNate Saunders

Red Bull extends 2016 engine deadline

Dietrich Mateschitz extends Red Bull's engine deadline 'for two or three weeks' and admits securing a competitive power unit is unlikely.

26dNate Saunders

Susie Wolff announces retirement

Williams test driver Susie Wolff, who became the first woman to compete in F1 in 20 years during practice for the 2014 British Grand Prix, calls time on her career.

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30dLaurence Edmondson

Rosberg holds off Hamilton to win in Mexico

Nico Rosberg took his first race victory since June after holding off Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton to win the Mexican Grand Prix.

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19dJohn Oreovicz

Frye tabbed as Verizon IndyCar Series president

Jay Frye has been named president of competition and operations for the Verizon IndyCar Series. He takes over many of the responsibilities previously handled by Derrick Walker.

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