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Michael Schumacher: Ferrari launch exhibition to celebrate F1 legend's 50th birthday

Michael Schumacher won five of his record seven F1 titles with Ferrari



Ferrari will launch a Michael Schumacher exhibition on his 50th birthday in January at their headquarters in Italy.

The German, who won a record seven world championships, secured five of his titles with Ferrari before retiring from racing in 2012.

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Michael Schumacher: Family to celebrate on 50th birthday

Schumacher won the last of his seven F1 championships in 2004



The family of seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher say they will celebrate "his victories, his records and his jubilation" as he turns 50 on Thursday.

The German suffered serious head injuries in a skiing accident in 2013 and has not been seen in public since.

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Hamilton under fire for Stevenage 'slums' comment

Lewis Hamilton seemed to refer to Stevenage as "the slums" on stage on Sunday night



Lewis Hamilton has been criticised by his home town for saying it was his dream to "get out of the slums".

The Formula 1 racing driver made the comment on stage last night at the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Awards.

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Williams name Nicholas Latifi as 2019 reserve driver

Latifi said a large part of his role would be simulator driving and helping development of the new Williams car



Canadian Nicholas Latifi will be reserve driver for Williams in 2019.

The 23-year-old, a race-winner in Formula 2, moves from Force India, where he was development driver and took part in some practice sessions in 2018.

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Fernando Alonso to use Chevrolet engine in the 2019 Indy 500

Fernando Alonso raced the Indianapolis 500 in 2017 but was forced out in the closing stages by engine failure




Fernando Alonso will use a Chevrolet engine for his bid to win the Indianapolis 500 next year, his McLaren team have confirmed.

The announcement was a formality because Honda, the only other engine manufacturer in Indycar, had refused to supply an engine for Alonso's car.

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