Motor Racing

Button accepts pay cut to prolong F1 stay

Button accepts pay cut to prolong F1 stay

LONDON — Former world champion Jenson Button has taken a significant pay cut to stay at McLaren and remain in Formula 1 for another two seasons.

Alonso and Button on grid for McLaren in 2015

Alonso and Button on grid for McLaren in 2015

WOKING (England) — McLaren announced the return of Fernando Alonso and retained Jenson Button for the 2015 Formula One season yesterday, giving the British team a line-up of...

KF1 to host karting’s Rok Cup

KF1 to host karting’s Rok Cup

SINGAPORE — He was recently handed a six-figure sum for a two-day corporate event at Singapore’s first international-class karting track at Woodlands.

Brake-system failure a factor in Bianchi’s crash

Brake-system failure a factor in Bianchi’s crash

PARIS — An “incompatible” brake-by-wire system on Formula 1 driver Jules Bianchi’s Marussia car may have influenced the speed at which he crashed into a recovery vehicle at the...

Vettel lives childhood dream at Ferrari

Vettel lives childhood dream at Ferrari

LONDON — Quadruple Formula One world champion Sebastian Vettel says he is living a boyhood dream after completing his first weekend at Maranello as a Ferrari driver.

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