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September 2009

Button needs a "hell of a race" for title

Button needs a

Championship leader Jenson Button is under no illusions as to the task ahead of him in today's Brazilian Grand Prix, saying he needs a "hell of a race" if he is to clinch the title at Interlagos and prevent a last round shootout.

Hockenheim keeps spot until 2018

Hockenheim keeps spot until 2018

The long-term future of the German Grand Prix seems to have finally been secured, after the announcement of a deal that will see Hockenheim keep it's place in the current event-sharing agreement with the Nurburgring through until 2018.

Alonso finally confirmed as Ferrari driver

Alonso finally confirmed as Ferrari driver

The Ferrari F1 team have officially announced the least surprising news in the history of time, namely that the two-time world champion Fernando Alonso will drive for their team next year, after the Spaniard signed a 3 year contract with the team.

Confusion over need for equalisation

Confusion over need for equalisation

The debate as to whether the FIA needs to look at re-equalising the engine performances of the F1 manufacturers despite the supposed freeze on development is increasing, with Mike Gascoyne saying that the governing body needs to be careful.

Boobens close to Williams contract

Boobens close to Williams contract

In a slightly out-of-the-blue move, reports today say that title contender Rubens Barrichello is in talks over a race seat for 2010 with the Williams team, as the elderly Frasier-a-like looks to swap places on the grid with current Williams man Nico Rosberg.

Toyota could still quit F1

Toyota could still quit F1

The worried speculation surrounding Toyota's commitment to F1 next year is likely to increase after team boss Tadashi Yamashina admitted that the team may still consider withdrawing from the sport at the end of this current season.