Sep 10, 2012
Sunday's performance in the Italian Grand Prix will surely go some way in altering Luca di Montezemolo's opinion of the Sauber driver Sergio Perez. Read Article Sergio Perez attracts Ferrari eyes
Jun 10, 2012
Organisers have issues to worry about but are not concerned about the addition of races in Texas and possibly New Jersey, writes Gary Meenaghan in Montreal. Read Article Canadian Grand Prix is on track for more success
Jun 09, 2012
The German double world champion put on another strong showing in qualifying, grabbing the pole for the Canadian Grand Prix. Lewis Hamilton was second quick. Read Article Sebastian Vettel's troubles behind him as he grabs Canadian GP pole
After student protests dominated the scene, Formula One cars fired up engines and took to the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve. Reality had been righted. Read Article Roaring engines signal calm after the storms in Montreal
Jun 08, 2012
Suggestions that Red Bull driver won in Monaco with an unfair car riles the normally placid Australian, reports Gary Meenaghan from Montreal. Read Article Criticism of Monaco win a lot of hot air to angered Mark Webber
Jun 07, 2012
Championship leader expects Canadian circuit to provide good indicator of Ferrari's competitiveness for rest of the season. Read Article Alonso: Montreal will prove 'good test' of Ferrari's title credentials
Jun 20, 2011
Remove a wristwatch's ability to relay the correct time and it becomes a bracelet; remove Hamilton's aggressive instincts and he effectively becomes just another driver. Read Article Critics too quick to condemn Hamilton for his aggression
Jun 14, 2011
His future at McLaren-Mercedes was thrown into doubt yesterday as it emerged the Briton had a private meeting with the rival team principal before the Canadian Grand Prix. Read Article Hamilton's flying visit to Red Bull drives up speculation
Five things we learnt in Montreal: Michael Schumacher showed at the Canadian Grand Prix glimpses that he can still be a force in Formula One. Read Article Old head Schumacher still drives a hard bargain
Jun 13, 2011
The McLaren driver rates the win in Montreal as probably his 'best-ever race' after a collision with teammate Hamilton nearly ruled him out of the race that Vettel and Webber dominated. Read Article Button beats the Red Bull boys in last lap win in Canada
Not only is Texas stifling hot in summer, but pairing it with Canada means the Formula One circus will only roll through North America once in 12 months. Read Article Northern over-exposure for F1 in America?
Jun 12, 2011
The Briton is left counting the cost of his aggressive style with a retirement keeping him further away from the points in title race.
Read Article Hamilton and McLaren 'relaxed' after clash with teammmate Button
Gary Meenaghan talks to Jerome d'Ambrosio, the Virgin Racing driver. Read Article 'Finishing the race is the key'
Brian Grazer is producing a film on the football star Pele. Life of Pelé to be immortalised on film
The Louvre Abu Dhabi will open its doors to visitors in 2015, but one of the most crucial phases of construction is well under way. Louvre Abu Dhabi is a modern marvel in the making
More of our look at the behind-the-scenes ups and downs at the Cannes Film Festival. Secretly shot Iranian film and second heist mark last days of Cannes
Your budget may not allow for the services of an interior designer but these tips will help you create a home that looks like its been put together by a pro. Design like a pro with our expert tips
A discussion at Manarat Al Saadiyat will examine the art and photography of European artists travelling 'through the lights and images' of this region, writes Nick Leech
The Orient, expressed in Abu Dhabi
Freshly relegated, no better time for a youth movement than the present, writes Paul Radley. UAE rugby hope the kids are all right
Companies tasked with making scale models to announce developments in Dubai report business is picking up. In pictures: Business picks up for UAE property model makers
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