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Ferrari have been given the green light by Formula 1's governing body to make modifications to their engine on reliability grounds following problems this season.
Full story: autosport.com
Former BMW test driver Christian Klien has joined Hispania as the Spanish team's reserve and third driver and will participate in Friday's practice sessions for the Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona.
Full story: f1fanatic.co.uk
Formula 1's bid to return to the United States has run into opposition from protesters at one of the potential venues, Liberty State Park in Jersey City, with a resident's group saying: "We could definitely use more ball fields. We don't need a racetrack."
Full story: planetf1.com
Renault admit they could fall further behind Mercedes GP at the Spanish Grand Prix, but are confident changes they have made will ensure they are still progressing.
Full story: autotrader.co.uk
Lotus technical chief Mike Gascoyne believes that upgrades made in time for the Spanish Grand Prix will give his team a significant performance boost in comparison to their rivals.
Full story: espnf1.com
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