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Ferrari names new team principal

MARANELLO, Italy (AP) Ferrari replaced Marco Mattiacci with Maurizio Arrivabene as team principal Monday in the latest shakeup to the struggling Formula One team.

Mattiacci lasted only seven months on the job after being hired in April to replace Stefano Domenicali, who resigned. Read More...

Vettel and Ferrari need to rebuild

ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates (AP) Sebastian Vettel's move to Ferrari seems a fitting one, bringing together motor sport's most prestigious team and the most successful driver in the current era.

The pleasant symmetry stops there.

Hamilton wins F1 title at Abu Dhabi

ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates (AP) Lewis Hamilton answered Nico Rosberg's pre-race goading in defiant style, winning the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on Sunday as he clinched a second Formula One title and denied his brash-talking Mercedes teammate his first.

The days leading up to the race saw an upbeat Rosberg talking openly about how he fully intended to make Hamilton crack under pressure. Read More...

Rueful Rosberg misses out on F1 title

ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates (AP) Nico Rosberg's bid to overtake teammate Lewis Hamilton in the standings for his first title on the final day of a gripping Formula One season lasted three seconds.

That was the time it took Hamilton to shoot past him as he coasted to victory at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix and secured his second championship. Read More...

Button's F1 future remains unclear

ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates (AP) Former champion Jenson Button's future in Formula One remains uncertain, and his fifth-place finish at Sunday's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix could yet prove the final race of a distinguished career.

Button faces an anxious wait before McLaren announces its driver lineup for 2015 early next month, with two-time F1 champion Fernando Alonso widely touted to replace him after leaving Ferrari. Read More...

Schumacher faces long recovery

BERLIN (AP) Former Formula One world champion Michael Schumacher continues to make progress as he recovers at home from last December's skiing accident.

Schumacher's manager, Sabine Kehm, tells German TV station RTL that the seven-time champion is "making progress considering the severity of his injury" and "you have to give it time. I think you really just have to have patience." Read More...


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