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F1 eyes costs in slumping economy

A slimmed-down Formula One championship using standardized engines is being proposed to ensure that the sport survives the global economic crisis.

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F1 seeks to put brakes on high costs

Formula One's future is at stake because of the global credit crunch, and its leading figures are trying to find a way to cut costs in a sport long linked to celebrities, glamour and big money.

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Formula One readies for first night race

Forget their inexperience with night racing and the strong possibility of rain. The main concern for Formula One drivers ahead of Sunday's Singapore Grand Prix is how they'll sleep.

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Tire choice reined in Formula One drivers

Just about everybody, it seems, is giving Ferrari team strategist Luca Baldisserri the business for not fitting Kimi Raikkonen with fresh tires when the world champion made his first pit stop in yeste

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Coulthard announces F1 retirement

David Coulthard will retire from Formula One after the season, ending a career in which he won 13 races but repeatedly fell short of the world championship.

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2007 Toyota Prius

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