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MANAMA (Reuters) - Frenchman Romain Grosjean said it would not be the end of the world if he could not make his Formula One comeback at the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, after escaping relatively unscathed from an horrific fiery crash last week.
MANAMA (Reuters) - Mick Schumacher, son of seven-times world champion Michael, will ascend the first step on the ladder that could one day like his father lead him to Ferrari when he makes his Formula One debut with Haas next season.
MANAMA (Reuters) - Romain Grosjean’s miraculous escape from a fiery crash in the Bahrain Grand Prix was testament to Formula One’s improved safety standards but it also emphasised why the sport cannot relent in its never-ending quest to reduce racing fatalities.
MANAMA (Reuters) - Romain Grosjean leaped to safety in a 'miracle' escape after his Haas car was ripped in half and engulfed in flames in a first-lap accident that halted Sunday's Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix.
LONDON (Reuters) - Lewis Hamilton overtook Michael Schumacher as the most successful Formula One driver of all time in terms of race wins on Sunday and the Briton's 92nd victory, in Portugal, added another country to his global map of domination.
LONDON (Reuters) - The death of Formula Two driver Anthoine Hubert at last year's Belgian Grand Prix had no single cause and no driver was to blame, a report by the governing FIA said on Friday.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Formula One's governing body will emphasize to Max Verstappen and others the importance of respecting yellow warning flags for safety after the Red Bull driver failed to slow in Mexican Grand Prix qualifying.
TOKYO (Reuters) - As Tokyo braces for the arrival of Typhoon Hagibis, Scotland fans are no longer laughing at its revised appellation of "Haggis" as they hope it moves on quickly enough for their crucial World Cup pool game against Japan to go ahead on Sunday.
SUZUKA, Japan (Reuters) - Formula One team bosses backed the decision of Japanese Grand Prix organisers to cancel all of Saturday's practice and qualifying sessions as the sport hunkered down to ride out Typhoon Hagibis.
SUZUKA, Japan (Reuters) - Formula One drivers at this weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix said they trust race organisers to make the right call regarding any changes to the event schedule, with Typhoon Hagibis threatening to disrupt Saturday’s qualifying session at Suzuka.