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  TODAY'S TOP STORIES MONDAY, 1 SEPTEMBER 2014  
FIA defends Parabolica gravel trap changes
The FIA has defended the decision to lay down a large asphalt run-off area at Monza's Parabolica corner ahead of this weekend's Italian Grand Prix, citing the safety benefits of the move 
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The Hamilton-v-Rosberg war is a price worth paying for the popularity of the sport and for Mercedes itself. Let's keep them racing, says JONATHAN NOBLE
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The world champion team wanted to sign this F3 prodigy for some time and pulled out the trump card of a 2015 F1 seat to make sure it got its man, as BEN ANDERSON explains
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The fans who booed Nico Rosberg on the Belgian Grand Prix podium came in for criticism. But EDD STRAW argues that F1 has to accept it if it's serious about improving the so-called show
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