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LONDON: Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak’s plea for businesses to boost investment highlights a key weakness in the United Kingdom economy that company executives have long complained about.
BARCELONA, Spain (Reuters) - Aston Martin hit back at Red Bull accusations of copying their car on Saturday, saying they had been working on it long before any key staff joined from their rivals and no data had been leaked.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Sebastian Vettel rides a rainbow bicycle and worries about global warming, Lewis Hamilton is a passionate campaigner for human rights and diversity, while Lando Norris addresses mental health issues.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Formula One's governing body gave Aston Martin's revised car the all-clear at the Spanish Grand Prix on Friday after Red Bull, the team of world champion Max Verstappen, raised suspicions their design had been copied.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britishvolt said on Wednesday that Monaco-based Scorpio Group had made a strategic investment in the electric vehicle (EV) battery startup and the two companies will research battery power and storage options for maritime shipping.
LONDON (Reuters) - Four times Formula One world champion Sebastian Vettel said on Thursday that climate change had made him question his job as a driver travelling the world to race cars.
(Reuters) - Something was in the hair for Alexander Albon at the Miami Grand Prix as the Williams Formula One driver jokingly credited a splash of red dye for his second points scoring finish in three races.
MIAMI (Reuters) - Mick Schumacher's chances of scoring his first points in Formula One evaporated in the Miami heat on Sunday after he collided with his mentor Sebastian Vettel with just four full laps of the Grand Prix remaining.
(Reuters) - Team by team analysis of Sunday's inaugural Miami Formula One Grand Prix (listed in current championship order):
MIAMI (Reuters) -Formula One world champion Max Verstappen won the inaugural Miami Grand Prix for Red Bull on Sunday, slashing Ferrari rival Charles Leclerc's overall lead from 27 to 19 points after five races.