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    Revised Calendar for 2009 Formula One Season

    The FIA released the season Calendar for 2009 and there have been some minor changes in the schedules.

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    Three Race Regulation for Engines in the 2009

    The FIA confirmed the introduction of a new regulation that states that in the 2009 season of Formula One, each race engine must last for at least three Grand Prix races.

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    Renault to Field same drivers in 2009

    The year 2009 will see Renault host a similar lineup to what they had in 2008.

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    Bayliss Wins Double at Final Race

    Troy Bayliss’ World Superbike career came to an end in the perfect way after he won twice at the Portimao circuit in Portugal.

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    Loeb makes it Five in a Row

    A third place in the Rally of Japan was all the defending champion Sebastien Loeb needed to defend his title in 2008.

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    Coulthard's Last Race ends in disappointment

    It was meant to be a swansong but unfortunately for David Coulthard, there was rain on his parade.

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    Hamilton pulls off a Blinder - Lost for Words

    Lewis Hamilton was yearning for a phrase after he won the 2008 Formula One World Drivers’ Championship title with a fifth place finish in the Brazilian Grand Prix.

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    All Quiet at the Dennis Front at McLaren

    Ron Dennis, McLaren team boss, is refusing to get excited about Lewis Hamiton’s chances at winning the world championship title at the final round in Brazil.

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    Ferrari & Toyota Threaten to Leave; FIA Undeterred

    FIA’s plan to introduce a standard engine to Formula One has been treated as a reason to quit the sport for Italian giants Scuderia Ferrari & Japanese manufacturer Toyota.

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    Dovizioso attracts praise from Hayden

    Nicky Hayden and Andrea Dovizioso took out the heavy weaponry for their battle at Sepang and the Italian took away the honours in the end, gaining a podium place as well in the process.

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