Pour avoir enfreint l’Article 5.1.4 du règlement technique Les commissaires du Grand Prix d’Australie ont décidé d’exclure Daniel Ricciardo après plusieurs heures de discussions. Daniel Ricciardo est exclu du Grand Prix d’Australie pour avoir ... FULL ARTICLE AT Flagworld
Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo has lost his second-place finish in Sunday's Australian Grand Prix after stewards decided his car had run with too high a fuel flow rate during the race. The team will appeal the decision. Ricciardo ... FULL ARTICLE AT Formula1.com
A commencer par le quadruple Champion du Monde en titre Sebastian Vettel qui ne s’élancera que douzième sur la grille Le bouleversement technologique que représente l’arrivée de l’unité de puissance V6 Turbo augurait quelques surprises pour ce ... FULL ARTICLE AT Flagworld
Nico Rosberg eased to victory in an intriguing season-opening Australian Grand Prix . The German controlled the race from early in the race to the finish, benefitting from team-mate and pole-sitter Lewis Hamilton 's early retirement after power problems. His 25-second ... FULL ARTICLE AT Bleacher Report
Ahead of the new Formula One campaign, MailOnline caught up with McLaren star Jenson Button. The 2009 world champion spoke candidly on the change in regulations for the new season, the controversial double points system, and his own future in ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Daily Mail
Jenson Alexander Lyons Button (born 19 January 1980) is a British Formula One racing driver from England. He currently drives for the Brawn GP team. He won his first Grand Prix in Hungary, on 6 August 2006 after 113 races.
Jenson Button was born in Frome, Somerset, and went to Selwood Middle School and then Frome community college. He is the son of Simone Lyons and former Rallycross ace John... Full
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