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Michael Schumacher's son Mick signs deal to race in Formula 4

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Michael Schumacher's 15-year-old son is to race in Formula 4, a series for promising, young drivers

Mick Schumacher, second in the German kart championship last season, will drive for Van Amersfoort Racing.

"We have watched his skills in test driving and are looking forward to a successful season," said the Dutch team's owner, Frits van Amersfoort.

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Marussia: Rescued team named on 2015 F1 entry list

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The revived Manor Marussia team have been named on a 10-team entry list for the start of the 2015 Formula 1 season.

The list, which does not include the failed Caterham team, said Manor F1, who raced as Marussia last season, would compete with Ferrari engines.

The team, which has to pass a crash test next week, were rescued from administration and have named Britain's Will Stevens as one of their drivers.

They missed the last three races of the 2014 season.

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F1 Manor: Former Marussia team name Will Stevens as driver

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The former Marussia team, now known as Manor Marussia, have named Englishman Will Stevens as their first race driver for the new season.

Manor, who went out of business as Marussia in October but have now come out of administration, say they intend to take part in the first race.

A statement said that the car they will use is "an advanced state of build".

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Fernando Alonso: McLaren driver leaves hospital but misses test

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Two-time world champion Fernando Alonso has left hospital following Sunday's crash in testing.

The McLaren driver, 33, has returned to his family home in Spain for further rest and recuperation.

As a result, he will miss the third and final testing session, which is due to start on Thursday in Barcelona.

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Fernando Alonso: Injured McLaren driver to remain in hospital

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Two-time world champion Fernando Alonso is making a "solid recovery" just a day after his crash in Formula 1 testing.

His McLaren team also revealed he had undergone a "thorough and complete analysis" and the results were "completely normal".

They added the accident was down to unpredictable "gusty winds" and there was "no evidence" his car suffered "mechanical failure of any kind".

Read more: Fernando Alonso: Injured McLaren driver to remain in hospital


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