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Prince Albert II may be head of state in the principality of Monaco, but when it comes to the Formula One street circuit of Monte Carlo there is only one king: Ayrton Senna.

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Senna's love affair with Monacoupdated: Fri May 27 2011 10:58:00

CNN's Don Riddell talks to Lotus Renault test driver and nephew of Ayrton Senna, Bruno Senna about his families success in Monaco.

F1 technology for everyoneupdated: Sat Aug 29 2009 11:35:00

CNN's Phil Black reports on an exhibit which highlights how Formula One racing technology is changing your world.

What has Formula One ever done for us?updated: Sat Aug 29 2009 11:35:00

The high speed, high-rolling world of Formula One is not a sport you would associate with something as mundane as the boiler tucked away in a dusty cupboard in your house.

McLaren handed suspended three-race banupdated: Wed Apr 29 2009 15:51:00

World champion Lewis Hamilton and his McLaren team have escaped with a suspended three-race ban for "deliberately misleading" stewards at the Australian Grand Prix.

Checkered flag for McLaren chief Dennisupdated: Thu Apr 16 2009 16:00:00

McLaren chairman Ron Dennis ended his 40-year involvement with Formula One on Thursday when he announced a major restructuring of the British-based company.

Brawn GP fastest as Hamilton strugglesupdated: Thu Mar 12 2009 17:22:00

Rubens Barrichello in the Brawn GP produced the fastest time of the week in Formula One testing in Barcelona as world champion Lewis Hamilton struggled to keep pace in his new McLaren.

Dennis steps down as McLaren team chiefupdated: Fri Jan 16 2009 14:56:00

Ron Dennis has stunned Formula One by stepping down as McLaren team chief ahead of this year's championship.

The man behind Hamilton's F1 dreamupdated: Mon Nov 03 2008 11:51:00

Lewis Hamilton has always believed it was his destiny to become Formula One world champion and at the last race of 2008 in Brazil he fulfilled it.

Hamilton's fast riseupdated: Mon Nov 03 2008 11:51:00

CNN's Pedro Pinto takes a looks at how Lewis Hamilton went from young kart racer to F1 world champion.

Spectacular Singapore lights the way for F1updated: Mon Sep 29 2008 10:18:00

Formula One turned to the dark side at the Singapore Grand Prix and judging by how well it was received the sport's first night race will not be its last.

F1 recharges its batteriesupdated: Mon Aug 11 2008 10:19:00

Formula One may be on its summer break, but for the drivers even a trip home means a lot of time in the gym.

Formula One bosses continue march to warupdated: Tue Jun 24 2008 09:46:00

Formula One is moving from one battle to the next as all out war beckons over how the sport's monetary spoils are divided.

McLaren use Hamilton win to challenge Ferrariupdated: Mon May 26 2008 09:12:00

McLaren boss Ron Dennis has lauded Lewis Hamilton's first win in Monaco as "sensational" and fired a warning shot across Ferrari's bow, saying his team have enough pace to catch the championship leaders.

Hamilton set to overtake Beckham with new dealupdated: Fri May 16 2008 04:06:00

Lewis Hamilton is set to become Britain's highest paid sportsman after reports he is close to inking a $20 million personal sponsorship deal with Reebok.

McLaren boss gets apology over Mosley scandal linkupdated: Thu May 15 2008 05:21:00

Czech motor sport chief Radovan Novak has apologized for suggesting McLaren boss Ron Dennis was linked to the newspaper exposé of FIA president Max Mosley's sex life.

McLaren use F1 success to build conglomerateupdated: Wed May 07 2008 09:15:00

The lake that laps McLaren's headquarters may look purely ornamental, but there is no place for idle fripperies at the company's UK base.

McLaren boss denies link to Mosley exposéupdated: Thu May 01 2008 11:21:00

McLaren boss Ron Dennis has categorically denied any involvement in the newspaper exposé that threatens Max Mosley's future as the head of Formula One's governing body.

Hamilton: We need to improve to catch Ferrariupdated: Mon Apr 28 2008 11:58:00

Ferrari's second consecutive one-two finish of the season has put clear distance between them and Formula One's chasing pack, leaving McLaren's Lewis Hamilton looking for more from his car.

Dennis gets in behind F1's expansionupdated: Mon Apr 07 2008 10:31:00

McLaren team boss Ron Dennis has endorsed plans to extend Formula One's season to 20 races, but believes the sport should stop there.

F1 owner wants grid to be reversedupdated: Tue Mar 11 2008 08:45:00

Williams co-owner Patrick Head wants to reverse the starting grid in Formula One in a bid to make the racing more exciting.

Dennis will decide his future at McLarenupdated: Mon Mar 03 2008 09:10:00

McLaren have said that Ron Dennis will make up his own mind whether to continue as McLaren team principal this season or hand over to designated heir Martin Whitmarsh.

McLaren chiefs quizzed in F1 spying scandalupdated: Thu Feb 28 2008 07:31:00

McLaren Formula One chiefs have been questioned by Italian investigators as part of the ongoing Fornula One spying scandal.

Hamilton signs new five-year dealupdated: Fri Jan 18 2008 13:44:00

Lewis Hamilton has signed a new five-year contract with McLaren which commits him to the F1 team until 2012.

Hamilton loves 'cool' new McLarenupdated: Mon Jan 07 2008 16:23:00

McLaren-Mercedes chose British star Lewis Hamilton's 23rd birthday to unveil their new Formula One car on Monday.

Former champ Alonso quits McLaren updated: Fri Nov 02 2007 09:35:00

Spain's Fernando Alonso has torn up his contract at McLaren and quit the Formula One team after a stormy year which has seen him deposed as world champion.

Raikkonen champion as Lewis stallsupdated: Mon Oct 22 2007 04:44:00

Kimi Raikkonen claimed his first world title by one point after previous overall leader Lewis Hamilton suffered a nightmare end to his rookie season at the Brazilian Grand Prix on Sunday.

McLaren appealupdated: Mon Oct 22 2007 04:44:00

Ed Foster of Motor Sport Magazine joins CNN to discuss the Brazilian Grand Prix and comment on Lewis Hamilton's performance.

Hamilton to start second in Brazilupdated: Sat Oct 20 2007 15:49:00

World championship leader Lewis Hamilton has qualified in second position for Sunday's season finale at the Brazilian Grand Prix, while nearest rival Fernando Alonso was fourth.

Hamilton on top but McLaren finedupdated: Fri Oct 19 2007 17:07:00

Lewis Hamilton posted the fastest time of the day in practice for Sunday's Brazilian Grand Prix -- but his McLaren team were fined $15,000 by race stewards after using two sets of wet-weather tyres, which is in breach of F1 regulations that state only one is permitted.

Hamilton's crash gives rivals hopeupdated: Sun Oct 07 2007 08:54:00

Championship leader Lewis Hamilton spun out of the Chinese Grand Prix to send the world title race to a cliffhanger finale in Brazil on October 21.

Dennis: McLaren may not appealupdated: Sat Sep 15 2007 07:07:00

Ron Dennis has hinted that his McLaren team may pay its $100 million fine for the Ferrari spy scandal rather than drag the matter through the courts.

Dennis determined to carry onupdated: Fri Sep 14 2007 08:58:00

Ron Dennis insists that he will not stand down as head of embattled Formula One team McLaren despite being found guilty in the "spygate" saga.

Heavy penalties for McLarenupdated: Fri Sep 14 2007 08:58:00

Andrew Van de Burgt of Autosport Magazine joins CNN to discuss the Formula 1 spying scandal. A Record Fine for Formula Oneupdated: Thu Sep 13 2007 18:00:00

Motorsport's governing body slaps McLaren with a $100 million fine over the possession of a rival's confidential data

Ferrari dominate Turkish practiceupdated: Fri Aug 24 2007 08:31:00

Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen and Felipe Massa gave Ferrari a major boost by recording the best times in the opening practice for the Turkish Grand Prix in Istanbul.

Hamilton lifts lid on McLaren duelupdated: Fri Aug 10 2007 07:42:00

World championship leader Lewis Hamilton and title holder and McLaren team-mate Fernando Alonso are planning a holiday meeting in the build-up to the Turkish Grand Prix on August 26.

Hamilton hurries to third race winupdated: Sun Aug 05 2007 03:04:00

McLaren's Lewis Hamilton led the Hungarian Grand Prix from start to finish on Sunday to stretch his championship lead over unhappy team-mate Fernando Alonso to seven points.

McLaren escape immediate sanctionsupdated: Fri Jul 27 2007 07:28:00

Formula One leaders McLaren emerged unpunished on Thursday from a hearing into a spying controversy that threatened to wreck their title hopes.

Hamilton go-ahead for European GPupdated: Sun Jul 22 2007 05:13:00

Formula One championship leader Lewis Hamilton will race in Sunday's European Grand Prix, his McLaren team said.

Kimi on pole after Hamilton crash updated: Fri Jul 20 2007 23:58:00

Kimi Raikkonen claimed pole position and Lewis Hamilton was involved in a high-speed crash in a dramatic qualifying competition for the European Grand Prix at the Nurburgring. Alexander Wolff: 'Better Than Sex'. That's how Formula One phenom Lewis Hamilton described winning his first poleupdated: Tue Jun 12 2007 02:36:00

At 3:30 p.m. last Friday, in the paddock at the Canadian Grand Prix, a Vodafone McLaren Mercedes press attach� set up a standard interview backdrop of three panels festooned with logos. Within minutes two dozen TV cameramen had assembled in front of it. Never mind that the man they hoped to film, Lewis Hamilton, wasn't due for another hour. They stood vigil because, at this moment in the world of auto racing, there would be no greater horror than for the 22-year-old British driver to materialize with no minicam present to record the moment. The attach� reappeared 20 minutes later with assurances that a 4:30 appearance still held and mercifully authorized the assembled mad dogs and Englishmen of the press to get out of the afternoon sun. But that's how it is with Hamilton these days: People gather for the possibility. With a front-running drive to his first Grand Prix victory on Sunday in Montreal, Hamilton moved to the top of the points standings in only the sixth race of his

F1 a good vehicle for brand exposureupdated: Thu Jul 13 2006 08:00:00

Throughout the Formula One calendar, tens of millions of dollars are splashed around the track.

'Michelin seven' formally clearedupdated: Fri Jul 22 2005 10:15:00

Formula One's governing body has formally cancelled guilty verdicts made against the seven Michelin teams after the U.S. Grand Prix tire fiasco.

Alonso wins after last lap dramaupdated: Sun May 29 2005 09:44:00

Spain's Fernando Alonso grabbed an astonishing last lap victory in the European Grand Prix at Nurburgring to extend his lead in the Formula One world championship.

Formula 1 teams discuss the futureupdated: Wed Apr 06 2005 08:15:00

Formula One teams and carmakers planning their own series from 2008 will decide on Thursday whether or not to return to the negotiating table with the sport's governing body.

Silverstone given 48-hour deadlineupdated: Mon Dec 06 2004 12:27:00

Silverstone's owners have been given 48 hours to agree a contract for next year's British Grand Prix, F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone has said.

British and French races 'saved'updated: Tue Nov 09 2004 14:50:00

A deal has been agreed to ensure next year's British and French Formula One Grands Prix are staged, according to Minardi boss Paul Stoddart.

Raikkonen usurps Ferraris for poleupdated: Sat Jul 10 2004 12:08:00

McLaren's Kimi Raikkonen upstaged the Ferraris and home hope Jenson Button to claim pole position for Sunday's British Grand Prix at Silverstone.

Barrichello is fastest in practiceupdated: Fri Jun 18 2004 17:13:00

Brazilian Rubens Barrichello moved out of Ferrari team-mate Michael Schumacher's shadow with the fastest lap in practice for Sunday's USA Grand Prix.

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