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Webber makes his mark crossing iconic Melbourne bridge

June 23rd, 2011
Australian Formula One driver Mark Webber will give Melbourne some high-octane action when he drives a Red Bull Racing F1 car across the city's...

Alonso - The Start of a New Formula One

June 23rd, 2011
Double world champion Fernando Alonso of Ferrari said 'a new Formula One' will be unwrapped here in Melbourne this weekend when Sunday's Australian...

Kiwi Takes Cup Car Pole

June 23rd, 2011
FORMER Formula 1 hopeful Jonny Reid has taken pole position for Friday’s first Porsche Carrera Cup race at the 2011 Formula 1 Qantas Australian...

Richards back in hands on role

June 23rd, 2011
Steven Richards is relishing his new role in Australian motor racing – not pining for his V8 Supercar career ­– as his Carrera Cup campaign kicks...

Your chance to wave the F1 chequered flag

June 23rd, 2011
If you'd like the thrill of waving the prestigious F1™ chequered flag on race day and help the official charity of the 2011 Formula 1™ Qantas...

Stevenson sets the pace in practice for Lexus Celebrity Challenge

June 23rd, 2011
Radio king Ross Stevenson has set the fastest time in practice for this weekend’s Lexus Celebrity Challenge at the 2011 Formula 1 Qantas Australian...

Davison Unsure of New System

June 23rd, 2011
V8 Supercar driver Alex Davison is concerned that the category’s unique qualifying system for this weekend’s Albert Park 400 at the 2011 Formula 1...

A pass mark, or a passing fancy?

June 23rd, 2011
Australia marks the first race for the new-for-2011 adjustable rear wing – and F1 insiders and fans alike are curious to know whether or not it...

Gossip Girl star Ed Westwick checks into the Aussie GP

June 23rd, 2011
Spotted: Star of Gossip Girl packing his bags for a trip Down Under. The famous heart throb of popular US TV series Gossip Girl, Ed Westwick will...

Poetry in motion?

June 23rd, 2011
Pirelli is back in F1 after a 19-year absence: how will the famous Italian marque adapt to the modern Grand Prix world? By Stuart Sykes. What’s...

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