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09/09/1998 - 00:00

Tyrrell used its last ever test session to give Frenchman Patrick Lemarie a run in an F1 car.

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09/09/1998 - 00:00

Goodyear has finally confirmed its decision to pull out of Formula One at the end of the current season.

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09/09/1998 - 00:00

The recent incidence of errant wheels in both Formula One and Champcars has prompted the FIA to introduce a new safety device for next season.

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09/09/1998 - 00:00

The Jordan team believes it has made a significant aerodynamic advance which could improve its cars for this weekend's Italian Grand Prix.

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09/09/1998 - 00:00

Honda's first modern F1 chassis is expected to be designed and built by the Japanese company - despite Dallara being commissioned to construct what will become the team's test car.

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09/08/1998 - 00:00

Michael Schumacher has come under fire from politicians in his homeland, as a result of the outburst which followed his retirement from the Belgian GP.

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09/08/1998 - 00:00

Ross Brawn has admitted that he would love to see mutual respect return to Formula One, but believes that it never will.

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09/08/1998 - 00:00

Tyre supplier Bridgestone think that they may have found the key to reigning in rivals Goodyear at the Monza Grand Prix, and will fir narrower tyres to its cars for Sunday's race.

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09/08/1998 - 00:00

Designer Gary Anderson is expected to make public his split with the Jordan team in the very near future.

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09/08/1998 - 00:00

It is expected that David Coulthard and Michael Schumacher will find time at Monza to talk over their Belgian GP bust-up, following pressure from fellow GPDA representative Alex Wurz.

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09/08/1998 - 00:00

The Tyrrell team has completed its final test session before being taken over by British American Racing.

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09/08/1998 - 00:00

The two teams which lost cars in practice shunts at Spa are confident that their fortunes will change at Monza this weekend.

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09/08/1998 - 00:00

Heinz-Harald Frentzen has joined a growing list of drivers hoping for a place in the Jordan team for 1999.

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09/08/1998 - 00:00

The nascent British American Racing team will unveil its first grand prix car at the Autosport International Show next January - and will immediately run it in public.

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09/07/1998 - 00:00

Johnny Herbert has signed for Stewart-Ford for the 1999 season, it was announced by the team today.

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09/04/1998 - 00:00

Eddie Irvine has sprung to David Coulthard's defence over the incident which eliminated the Irishman's Ferrari team-mate from the Belgian Grand Prix.

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09/04/1998 - 00:00

It has been revealed that a flat tyre could have prevented Damon Hill from scoring Jordan's historic first win.

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09/04/1998 - 00:00

Eddie Jordan made sure that all his staff could join in with the victory celebrations after Damon Hill's win at Spa, by continuing to party throughout the week.

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09/04/1998 - 00:00

Eddie Irvine put the world championship favourites in the shade on the second day of Monza testing, and underlined his value to the Ferrari team, by topping Thursday's times.

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09/03/1998 - 00:00

In a rare show of unity, the majority of today's F1 drivers believe that the Belgian GP should have started behind the Safety Car. As it was, 13 cars were destroyed in a first lap pile-up.

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09/03/1998 - 00:00

As expected, Honda will not appear in Formula One until the year 2000 at the earliest.

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09/03/1998 - 00:00

David Coulthard must have felt like a Christian thrown to the lions as he appeared at the Monza test session, such was the anger directed at him by the local fans.

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09/03/1998 - 00:00

Williams test driver Juan Pablo Montoya is still in the running for an F1 seat with the Stewart team, despite his current team's interest in Rubens Barrichello waning.

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09/03/1998 - 00:00

Ferrari continues to blame David Coulthard and, indirectly, McLaren for Michael Schumacher's violent exit from the Belgian Grand Prix, according to a statement issued by the Italian team.

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