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Formula 1: British supercar firm Aston Martin will "probably" enter sport in 2021

Aston Martin chief executive Andy Palmer (left) with Red Bull team principal Christian Horner - the two have been working together to influence engine rule changes



Aston Martin says it will "probably" enter Formula 1 in 2021 as an engine supplier if the rules are changed in a way that makes it affordable.

F1 bosses have proposed new engine rules to reduce cost and complexity and attract new entrants, but existing manufacturers have objected.

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Robert Kubica to test for Williams with view to Formula 1 return

Robert Kubica claimed his first and only win in Formula 1 in the 2008 Canadian Grand Prix



Robert Kubica will test for Williams in Abu Dhabi after this weekend's season-closing grand prix.

The test is effectively the final step in an evaluation process to see if the Pole can return to Formula 1 in 2018 after seven years away.

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Fernando Alonso performs 'very well' in Le Mans prototype car, says Toyota adviser

Alonso clocked up 611 kilometres in the No.8 Toyota hybrid




Fernando Alonso performed "very well" during his first experience of a Le Mans prototype car on Sunday, according to Toyota adviser Alex Wurz.

The double Formula 1 champion completed 113 laps for the Toyota world endurance championship team at a test in Bahrain.

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Felipe Massa set for F1 farewell at Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

Think he enjoyed that one? Michael Schumacher gives Massa a champagne soaking after the Brazilian won his first grand prix in Turkey in 2006



Sometimes retirement isn't always final.

At last year's Brazilian Grand Prix, Felipe Massa walked through the Interlagos pits after crashing his Williams and ended up in floods of tears as the crowd cheered wildly and members of other teams clapped and formed a guard of honour. He eventually fell into an embrace with his wife and son, and the tears fell faster still.

Read more: Felipe Massa set for F1 farewell at Abu Dhabi Grand Prix


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