Bernie Ecclestone says he has “no doubt” a Formula One race in New Jersey will go ahead in 2015 after it was postponed for a second time.
The FIA has confirmed the 2014 F1 calendar will have 19 races instead of the 22 proposed earlier this year.
The battle for supremacy was closer at Red Bull than it was at Ferrari. But, like Alonso, Vettel was never beaten by his outgoing team mate over a full season.
Pastor Maldonado hailed the FW35 as the best car he’d ever driven when he sampled it for the first time. But it proved a huge disappointment for Williams.
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