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Caterham allowed to miss next F1 races

LONDON (AP) Financially-troubled Formula One team Caterham has been granted permission to miss the next two races while it seeks a new buyer.

F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone spoke Friday to the insolvency specialists who have been handed control of Caterham, which may have to miss the races in the United States and Brazil in the coming weeks. Read More...

Confusion over future of Caterham team

LONDON (AP) Confusion surrounds the future of struggling Formula One team Caterham amid a legal dispute between the old and new owners ahead of next week's United States Grand Prix.

A strongly worded Caterham statement on behalf of a Swiss and Middle Eastern consortium that took over the team in June from Tony Fernandes threatened action against the Malaysian tycoon. Read More...

Schumacher's doctor sees progress

PARIS (AP) A French physician who treated Michael Schumacher for nearly six months after the Formula One champion struck his head in a ski accident says he is no longer in a coma and predicted a possible recovery within three years.

Jean-Francois Payen, a doctor at the Grenoble hospital that treated Schumacher after his injury in December 2013, said he has visited the Schumacher family at home in Switzerland to track his patient's progress. Read More...

Panel set up to review Bianchi crash

PARIS (AP) A 10-man working group set up to review the accident that has left Formula One driver Jules Bianchi fighting for his life will present its findings on Dec. 3.

Bianchi is in a critical condition with severe head injuries after losing control of his Marussia car during the Japanese Grand Prix last month and hitting a mobile crane that was inside the trackside barriers. Read More...

Hulkenberg signs new Force India deal

LONDON (AP) Force India says it has reached an agreement with Nico Hulkenberg that will see the Formula One driver continue to race with the team until 2015.

The 27-year-old German rejoined Force India ahead of the start of the 2014 season after spending the 2013 campaign with Sauber. Read More...

Marussia refute "false" Bianchi reports

SUZUKA, Japan (AP) Formula One team Marussia has hit back at claims it contributed to Jules Bianchi's life-threatening crash at the Japanese Grand Prix by urging him to ignore yellow warning flags.

Marussia refuted news reports that Bianchi had been told to ignore the yellow flags and keep racing at full pace in the wet and dim conditions at the race earlier this month, saying the claims were "entirely false." Read More...


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