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Hamilton, Rosberg struggle for Mercedes

BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) The crushing dominance of the Mercedes Silver Arrows came to an abrupt halt at the Hungarian Grand Prix on Sunday, the first time since the final race of the 2013 season without either Lewis Hamilton or Nico Rosberg on the podium.

Mercedes entered it looking odds-on to have both of its drivers on the podium for the 10th straight race this season. Read More...

Minute's silence for Bianchi poignant

BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) A poignant minute's silence was held in honor of Jules Bianchi before the start of the Formula One Hungarian Grand Prix on Sunday, with drivers forming a ring and placing their race helmets on the ground.

Bianchi's mother Christine and father Philippe, brother Tom and sister Melanie were asked by the drivers to join them in the ring as they all linked arms on the Hungaroring grid to remember Bianchi. The French driver died last week from injuries sustained in a head-on crash at the Japanese Grand Prix last October. Read More...

McLaren struggles continue in Hungary

BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) The sight of two-time Formula One champion Fernando Alonso pushing his car uphill after it stalled during Hungarian Grand Prix qualifying on Saturday summed up McLaren's chronic lack of reliability this season.

The much-heralded switch back to Honda engines has proved far more difficult than anticipated, with both Alonso and 2009 F1 champion Jenson Button struggling in qualifying and on race day. Read More...

Perez unscathed after Hungaroring crash

BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) Formula One driver Sergio Perez was relieved to walk away unscathed from a crash at the Hungaroring circuit that left him upside down in his car after it hit a barrier.

A suspension problem on his Force India car caused Friday's crash in a practice session for the Hungarian Grand Prix. The incident happened on Turn 11 during the morning's first session. Read More...

Tires late, Lotus struggles in practice

BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) Lotus had a frustrating day on and off the track Friday at the Hungarian Grand Prix with race tires arriving late, followed by a disappointing two practice sessions for drivers Romain Grosjean and Pastor Maldonado.

Lotus, which faced a winding-up petition earlier this month, is under pressure as it settles debts with creditors. Read More...

Sauber confirms Ericsson, Nasr for 2016

BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) Swedish driver Marcus Ericsson and Brazilian Felipe Nasr can build on a promising first season together with both drivers handed new contracts with Sauber for next year.

Nasr impressed from the outset in his first Formula One campaign, securing fifth place at the Australian Grand Prix in his first race. Read More...


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