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Old bangers

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Between the stub-nosed death traps of the 1960s and 70s and the aggressively-aerodynamic carbon fibre monsters of today, you’ll find the golden age of Formula 1. And the cars and tracks of that era will be rightly celebrated in Codemasters’ F1 2013.

The rise and fall of Williams

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We speak to Sir Frank Williams, the principal of Williams F1, ahead of his team's 600th Grand Prix at Silverstone

Jenson Button: 'It's good to have a teammate who's competitive'

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With the clock ticking on his top-level career, Jenson Button finds himself duelling with precocious new colleague Sergio Perez – not for podiums and prizes, but for a share of the scraps with the mid-table teams.

Formula 1: Monaco Grand Prix

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Sunday May 26
Monte Carlo
Sky Sports F1 1pm

Celebrity parties, multimillion-pound yachts and a sun-drenched seaside settings are well and good, but everyone knows what really draws the fans to F1: weeks of furious arguments about tyre degradation.

F1: Malaysian Grand Prix

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Sunday March 24
Sepang International Circuit, Malaysia
Sky Sports F1 8am, BBC highlights from 2pm

F1 2013: The Brits - Lewis Hamilton

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The 2007 World Champion has spent pre-season testing with Mercedes “trying to learn people’s names”, and talking down his new team’s title chances, so eyebrows were raised when the 28-year old set the fastest pre-season lap at the final test in Barcelona. BBC F1 technical analyst Gary Anderson believes Hamilton was as surprised as anyone by how competitive the car is, and adds that the move is a huge opportunity for him.

Big Fat Sporty Quiz Of The Year

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F1: On the home straight

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Can Fernando Alonso catch Sebastian Vettel?

Revenge will be near the front of Fernando Alonso’s mind at Interlagos on Sunday.

360 degree lap in an F1 car

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Enjoy a lap like you've never seen it before

Ever fancied yourself as a television director? Well here’s a chance to try your hand at a little bit of Formula 1 broadcasting. Sort of.
While you don’t get to choose the shots, or shout action or any of that other directorial stuff, Making View’s 360 degree camera technology does give you a more, erm, rounded look at sport.

Formula 1: Indian Grand Prix

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Sunday October 28
Buddh International Circuit, New Delhi
Sky Sports F1 9.30am

This weekend’s Indian Grand Prix brings with it an end to the early-morning starts for race fans, and a new twist in the title tussle between Fernando Alonso and Sebastian Vettel.

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