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  • Ferrari season has been 'nearly perfect' - Alonso
  • October 11, 2012: Fernando Alonso insists there will be no change to Ferrari's approach to the rest of the season despite having had his championship lead slashed to four points

  • Korean Grand Prix
  • Maldonado wants Williams stay
  • October 11, 2012: Pastor Maldonado says he wants to stay at Williams next season, having kept his options open last weekend

  • Korean Grand Prix
  • Raikkonen cautious over Lotus updates
  • October 11, 2012: Kimi Raikkonen is remaining cautious over the new Lotus updates, despite team principal Eric Boullier describing them as "a new era" for the team

  • Ferrari news
  • Alonso expects title to go down to the wire
  • October 10, 2012: Fernando Alonso is confident he will remain in the title fight until the end of the season despite seeing his lead in the championship slashed in Japan

  • Ferrari news
  • Ferrari willing to take risks in development race
  • October 10, 2012: Ferrari technical director Pat Fry is willing to take risks to try to boost Fernando Alonso's chances of holding on to his slim lead in the drivers' championship over the final five races

  • Lotus news
  • Lotus upgrades 'the opening of a new era'
  • October 9, 2012: Eric Boullier has described the Lotus upgrades for Korea - including a Coanda effect exhaust - as "the opening of a new era" for the team

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  • Ecclestone sends warning to Korea
  • October 27, 2011: Bernie Ecclestone has said he is not willing to cut a cheaper deal for the Korean Grand Prix and has "no idea" whether the event will be able to stay on the calendar in years to come

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  • Doubts over the future of Korean Grand Prix
  • October 20, 2011: The future of the Korean Grand Prix is in doubt after organisers warned they could not continue to sustain substantial losses on an event which so far has failed to enthuse the local community.

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