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Apr 3

Rossi hints at contract renewal with Yamaha

Valentino Rossi celebrates his second place finish at the 2014 MotoGP of Qatar. (Photo: Mirco Lazzari/Getty Images)

Valentino Rossi celebrates his second place finish at the 2014 MotoGP of Qatar; hopes to continue positive results during 2014 season. (Photo: Mirco Lazzari/Getty Images)

Nine time World Champion Valentino Rossi has hinted that he wants to continue racing with Movistar Yamaha MotoGP™ next year in an exclusive television interview with Sky television in Italy.

The Italian MotoGP™ star returned to Yamaha at the beginning of 2013 of course and last year he achieved six podiums including a win at Assen, followed up by a great race ten days ago in Qatar to finish second at round one – after a thrilling battle with current World Champion Marc Marquez.

Apr 3

F1 still exciting after 250 races, says Button

Since his debut here in the 2000 Australian GP, Jenson Button has picked up 15 Formula 1 wins and the 2009 Driver's World Championship. (Photo: Marcus Brandt/Bongarts/Getty Images)

Since his debut here in the 2000 Australian GP, Jenson Button has picked up 15 Formula 1 wins and the 2009 Driver’s World Championship. (Photo: Marcus Brandt/Getty Images)

Jenson Button will start his 250th Grand Prix in Bahrain this weekend, and later this year he will move into third place on the all-time starts list, behind only Rubens Barrichello and Michael Schumacher.

Reflecting on his latest achievement today, Button said he couldn’t believe how fast it had come around.

Apr 3

Massa says Malaysian GP team orders a ‘mistake’

Felipe Massa held on to lead teammate Valterri Bottas home in Malaysia, despite team orders to let him by. (Photo: Glenn Dunbar/LAT Photographic)

Felipe Massa held on to lead teammate Valtteri Bottas home in Malaysia, despite team orders to let him by. (Photo: Glenn Dunbar/LAT Photographic)

Felipe Massa says that the Malaysian GP team orders saga was “a mistake” by Williams – and insists that the team supports his opinion.

Massa insists that it had not been discussed in advance.

Apr 2

F1: Security Plans In Place For Bahrain Grand Prix

Bahraini protesters put fire on barricades during clashes with riot police following a protest against the Formula One Grand Prix on April 19, 2013. (Photo: AFP/Getty Images)

Bahraini protesters put fire on barricades during clashes with riot police following a protest against the Formula One Grand Prix on April 19, 2013. (Photo: AFP/Getty Images)

Bahrain is planning tight security for this weekend’s Formula One race.

“The plans will be implemented based on our studies and the experience gained during the events of previous years,” said the Sakhir circuit’s head of security, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport newspaper.