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LONDON (Reuters) - Mercedes have finally stopped the clock on Valtteri Bottas's Monaco Grand Prix tyre change after removing a stuck wheel from his car two days after it forced his retirement.
LONDON (Reuters) - British barrister Graham Stoker announced on Tuesday his candidacy to succeed Jean Todt as head of Formula One's governing body, the FIA, with Denmark's record nine times Le Mans 24 Hours winner Tom Kristensen in his leadership team.
(Reuters) - The driveshaft hub failure that prevented pole-setter Charles Leclerc from starting his home Monaco Formula One Grand Prix on Sunday was a result of his crash in qualifying the day before, Ferrari said on Monday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Technical director James Allison said the mood at Mercedes was "lower than a snake's belly" after Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix and the search was on to find the Formula One champions' missing speed.
(Reuters) - Formula One champions Mercedes had still to remove a stuck wheel from Valtteri Bottas's car on Monday, a day after the problem forced the Finn out of the Monaco Grand Prix.
(Reuters) - New Zealand's Scott Dixon on Sunday earned pole position for next week's Indianapolis 500 for the fourth time in his career.
(Reuters) - Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes lost their Formula One championship leads at the Monaco Grand Prix on Sunday but the sport's most successful driver said he was calm and ready to come back stronger.
(Reuters) - Red Bull's Max Verstappen hit back at Mercedes on Sunday after winning the Monaco Grand Prix to take the Formula One championship lead.
(Reuters) -Red Bull's Max Verstappen won Formula One's showcase Monaco Grand Prix on Sunday to lead the world championship for the first time in his career.
(Reuters) - Charles Leclerc's Monaco jinx struck again on Sunday as Ferrari's pole-sitter retired from his home Formula One race before the start due to a problem with his car.