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MotorWeek Retro Marathon | Seasons 1-28 on shuffle (1981-2009)

Andretti Receives UNEXPECTED Support For 11th F1 Team!

Kimi Raikkonen: The Story So Far | Rise of the Rookie presented by Aramco

2020 Russian Grand Prix: Race Highlights

Stefano Domenicali Leaves Lamborghini To Join Formula 1 As The New CEO

He should replace Chase Carey.

Verstappen calls Ocon a pussy while Hamilton and Kimi smirk

Kimi’s first F1 Test in Mugello

Daimler Loses

Cause and Effect. Everything has consequences.  Even minor things can create big things. Just wait and see.  ...more at the link  No license “The facts show that Daimler and its supporters in the case aren’t willing to take a license,” the court said in a statement. The ruling potentially could allow Nokia to stop Daimler from selling vehicles in Germany, but doing so would require Nokia to post collateral of 7 billion euros ($8.3 billion) in a separate proceeding. Daimler said it didn’t expect Nokia to seek a sales ban. ‘Major endorsement’ “Today’s finding is a major endorsement of the long-term engineering work by innovators at Nokia and the important principle that innovators should receive a fair reward,” Jenni Lukander, president of Nokia Technologies, said in a statement. “We hope that Daimler will now accept its obligations and take a license on fair terms.” source  This is the official version. Yet something tells us we won't hear the entire st

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