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Jenson Button sees no need for his McLaren bosses to get involved in any of his future on-track tussles with Sergio Perez, despite their clash at the Bahrain Grand Prix
Pirelli's motorsport director Paul Hembery says he is not yet sure whether his company would stay in F1 if the so-called tyre war returned to the sport
After testing a Ducati MotoGP bike last year in Valencia, seven time world champion Michael Schumacher again proved he was almost as fast on two wheels as he was on four, when he finished third in a bike race, held at the Hungarian track of Pannonia-Ring on Thursday
Reports in the German press suggested Ferrari reverted back to 2004 specification Bridgestones for the Brazilian Grand Prix weekend, and although this has been denied by both partners, they've admitted to using "some elements" from last year's tyre design
Giancarlo Fisichella said he wanted to return to Renault instead of signing for Williams at his own will, denying he was forced out from a deal with the Grove-based team as part of a political game involving Jaguar-driver Mark Webber and Renault boss Flavio Briatore.
Minardi driver Zsolt Baumgartner may fail to appear on the 2004 Formula One grid after the Hungarian press reported on Friday that one of his main backers, oil company Mol Rt., wanted to reduce the amount of sponsorship promised to him last year.