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Latest Jenson Button Items
Formula One drivers anticipate plenty of overtaking in the inaugural Indian Grand Prix after having their first view of the Buddh International Circuit on Thursday.
Formula One champions Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton hailed fellow Briton Dan Wheldon as a "true fighter" and an "inspirational" figure after the IndyCar driver was killed in a massive crash in Las Vegas.
Sebastian Vettel knows there's work coming up. But that doesn't mean the youngest racer to win two straight Formula One titles can't belt out a few numbers at a karaoke bar.
World championship leader Sebastian Vettel took the pole position Saturday for the Formula One Singapore Grand Prix.
Formula One championship leader Sebastian Vettel set the fastest time in Friday's practice sessions for the Singapore Grand Prix.
Administered last rites after his fiery crash in 1976, Niki Lauda will always be more qualified than most to talk about the dangers of motor-racing. His scars are permanent reminders of how close he came to giving his life to the sport.
Sebastian Vettel of Red Bull put pressure on championship leader Fernando Alonso by taking pole position Saturday for the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Formula One champion Jenson Button knows good driving when he sees it and credited the undercover police officer driving his car with getting him and his companions out of a "scary situation" Saturday night.
Formula One championship leader Mark Webber says he will not back down from a challenge on the circuit, even from Red Bull teammate Sebastian Vettel, as he seeks to protect a narrow advantage in the standings at this weekend's Korean Grand Prix.