The Money Story – Part 1: Legalized Corruption

It’s hard to believe, but despite dominantly winning both Formula 1’s Constructors and Drivers World Championships in 2016, Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport received 9 million dollars less in prize money than Scuderia Ferrari; and they had just endured one of their worst seasons in recent history.

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Raikkonen confirms Ferrari used team orders in Hungary

Kimi Raikkonen has confirmed after Sunday’s Hungarian Grand Prix that his Ferrari’s engineers put him on an alternate strategy which forced him to stay behind team mate Vettel, despite Raikkonen feeling he “had all the tools to finish in a better position.”

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Analysis: Palmer’s pace is matching Hulkenberg, despite the numbers

In recent months, Jolyon Palmer has faced mostly negative feedback of his performances from fans through various social media platforms. A simple Twitter search of his name instantly brought up a particular tweet from ‘@Nadal_LH_Fan’ which referred to the British driver and “embarrassment.”

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Baku clash did not need further action – Sergio Marchionne

Ferrari CEO Sergio Marchionne has stated his belief the 10 second stop/go penalty Sebastian Vettel received in Baku for his controversial coming together with Lewis Hamilton was a sufficient punishment, according to Italian newspaper, il Giornale.

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