F1 News

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05/14/1998 - 00:00

Giancarlo Fisichella left Barcelona almost ?5000 lighter following his

accident with Eddie Irvine, but still refused to take the blame.

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05/14/1998 - 00:00

Honda, which intends to return to F1 in the year 2000, looks set to be

spoiled for choice on the chassis front.

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05/14/1998 - 00:00

The annual "silly season" regarding driver movements has already started,

with several current drivers thought to be on the move for 1999.

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05/14/1998 - 00:00

The possible inclusion of an American GP on future F1 calendars will be

revealed by the end of the year, according to event promoter Chris

Pook.

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05/14/1998 - 00:00

With Renault set to introduce a new engine to F1 for 1999, it is possible

that as many as three teams could be using Mecachrome power in the new

season.

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05/14/1998 - 00:00

Damon Hill called his Williams replacement Heinz-Harald Frentzen (a brick

short of a full load) following a weekend of contretemps between the

two.

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05/14/1998 - 00:00

The beleaguered Prost and Williams teams both hope to have revised cars on

the grid for forthcoming grands prix.

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05/14/1998 - 00:00

Rumours that engine manufacturer Renault could return to F1 appear to hold

some element of truth, it was revealed this week.

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05/14/1998 - 00:00

Stewart Grand Prix's first points of the season may have temporarily

safeguarded the jobs of driver Jan Magnussen and designer Alan Jenkins, but

team boss Jackie Stewart has said that the team must continue to

improve.

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05/14/1998 - 00:00

Mika Hakkinen's Imola retirement has been blamed on a batch of fake

bearings which found their way onto his McLaren.

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05/11/1998 - 00:00

1.Mika HakkinenFinlandMcLaren-Mercedes1hr 33mins 37.621secs
2.David CoulthardBritain

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05/11/1998 - 00:00

1.Mika Hakkinen

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05/11/1998 - 00:00

Mika Hakkinen extended his slim world championship lead by taking victory

in the Spanish Grand Prix. A blistering start was the key which enabled him

to open a sizeable advantage over team-mate David Coulthard, who went on to

finish second.

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05/11/1998 - 00:00

1.McLaren-Mercedes

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05/11/1998 - 00:00

Mika Hakkinen took pole position for the Spanish Grand Prix, edging out

team-mate David Coulthard as the McLaren's continued their early season

dominance.

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05/10/1998 - 00:00

1.Mika Hakkinen

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05/06/1998 - 00:00

The FIA ban on X-wings has prompted an outcry from the teams, who were not allowed to vote on the decision.

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05/06/1998 - 00:00

McLaren duo Mika Hakkinen and David Coulthard continued to dominate pre-race testing, recording the top two times in Barcelona this week.

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05/06/1998 - 00:00

Benetton has apparently turned its back on securing a Ford engine deal, and are preparing to renew links with current supplier Mecachrome.

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05/06/1998 - 00:00

Stewart Grand Prix's Jan Magnussen has received some temporary respite following a series of disappointing performances with the news that the team is to retain his services - for now.

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05/06/1998 - 00:00

Several teams took advantage of the Barcelona test to give their new test drivers mileage in 1998-spec cars.

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05/06/1998 - 00:00

Audi - and parent company VW - have moved to dispel speculation that they are planning an imminent entry into Formula One.

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05/06/1998 - 00:00

Jacques Villeneuve was honoured by his native Quebecois for winning the world championship recently, but was prevented from receiving the Canadian

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05/06/1998 - 00:00

Benetton's Giancarlo Fisichella suffered his third high-speed crash in a week during the Barcelona test last week.

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