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Grapevine: Schumacher rules out bike victory

Retired Formula One world champion Michael Schumacher has ruled out any chance of winning when he takes part in his first competitive motorbike race in Italy on Sunday

McLaren evidence useful, say police

Useful evidence connected to Formula One's spy scandal has been collected from McLaren which shows where responsibilities lie, Italian police said on Thursday

Rossi hopes Yamaha learned from errors

Former world champion Valentino Rossi hopes his Yamaha team have learnt from their mistakes from last year expects to be more competitive in MotoGP this season on his new Bridgestone tyres

Schumacher tips Renault, BMW to shine

Seven-time Formula One world champion Michael Schumacher believes Renault and BMW can improve this season and threaten Ferrari and McLaren at the top of the sport

Melandri up for 'awesome' night race

New Ducati rider Marco Melandri is eagerly awaiting the season-opener in Qatar although he hopes it will not be too chilly during MotoGP's first night race

Raikkonen: McLaren the main threat again

Ferrari drivers Kimi Raikkonen and Felipe Massa think McLaren will be their main challengers again this year despite the loss of Fernando Alonso to Renault

Raikkonen expects 'fun' season in F2008

World champion Kimi Raikkonen expects a fun season this year with more overtaking given Formula One's new rules outlawing traction control

Briatore: 60 percent chance of Alonso deal

Double Formula One world champion Fernando Alonso is 60 per cent certain to rejoin Renault next season, team boss Flavio Briatore said on Monday

Italy hails Raikkonen and Ferrari

Ferrari-mad Italy is basking in the glory of Kimi Raikkonen's surprise world title triumph following a season of scandal that promised little only a few months ago

Massa: title hopes are probably over

Ferrari's Felipe Massa acknowledged his Formula One championship hopes were probably over when he retired from the Italian Grand Prix after just 10 laps on Sunday

Italy fumes over spy verdict

Italy joined Ferrari on Friday in condemning the decision not to punish McLaren for the spying controversy which has gripped Formula One

Todt: no change to driver line-up

Ferrari boss Jean Todt responded to speculation about the future of his Formula One drivers with a vote of confidence in Felipe Massa and Kimi Raikkonen on Sunday