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Max Mosley has suggested that the FIA may abandon its efforts to cut costs in Formula 1 due to his frustration with the teams' intransigence. The FIA president hinted at this move in a forcefully worded fax to Minardi boss Paul Stoddart, who had recently questioned the legitimacy of Mosley's cost cutting plans
BAR team boss Nick Fry believes that Jenson Button has matured into a true team leader and world championship contender. Fry told autosport.com that the 25-year-old British driver had worked hard to emulate the levels of commitment and effort that Michael Schumacher is famous for
Jordan technical director Mark Smith is reported to have left the team just days after it was taken over by Alex Shnaider's Midland Group. The highly rated designer had only officially returned to Jordan from Renault two months ago, but resigned from his position on Friday morning
Sebastien Loeb has taken a commanding victory in the Monte Carlo Rally - his third consecutive victory in the traditional opener and the perfect start to his world championship defence. The Citroen driver looked unstoppable from the start of the first leg and duly cruised through the final morning to win by nearly three minutes
Despite suggesting that he may start driving more conservatively after the retirement of his Citroen team-mate Francois Duval, reigning champion Sebastien Loeb ended leg two of the Monte Carlo Rally by setting another fastest stage time and extending his lead to nearly two minutes
Bridgestone has launched a competition for students from across Europe who are interested in pursuing a career in motorsport journalism - Bridgestone e-reporter. Announced to coincide with the inaugural GP2 series, the Bridgestone and Renault-backed one-make formula that will replace Formula 3000, the initiative is in its second year but has dramatically increased the prizes on offer