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The Box is a special dedicated place for the teams where outsiders are off limits. Basically we have no clue to what is happening behind the scenes on a grand prix weekend. Well not always, Ferrari have put up a rare video on exclusive journey to the Ferrari box, discovering the work on the car before, during and after the track sessions.

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Now in its fifth year the FIA GT3 European Championship has continued to attract teams and drivers from across the world resulting in large grids and action packed racing on Europe’s leading race circuits. Although present in all the major national GT Championships, the GT3 pinnacle remains the FIA GT3 European Championship and has proven to be an excellent proving ground for drivers on the way to the top of GT racing, the FIA GT1 World Championship.

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MotoGP riders will be very eager to go racing again following the unfortunate postponement of the Japanese Grand Prix last weekend. And some of them will be glad the season will continue at home in Spain, for instances, Suzuki’s Alvaro Bautista.

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Force India have caught our attention from time to time establishing themselves as a serious contender in Formula One. So we look back on the timescale and investigate where it all began.

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Buckle up motorsport fans, new season of the Asia Pacific Rally Championship (APRC) is just a few days away and round one will be contested in Kota Tinggi, Johor together with the 10th Malaysian Rally. Malaysia’s very own PROTON R3 Malaysia Rally Team has sounded an early warning with the unveiling of former World Rally Championship driver Chris Atkinson and also Alister McRae, brother of former WRC champion Colin McRae. They both will be piloting the Proton Satria Neo S2000.

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Dome is a well known name in Japan, they have deep rooted history in motor racing tracing all the way back from 1975 which is the day it was formed in Takaragaike, Kyoto, Japan. Dome at one time almost made it to Formula One in 1997. However due to lack of sponsorship and Mugen’s refusal to supply engines, the dream never materialize. By 1999, Honda’s involvement with British American Racing spells an end to Dome’s aspiration of competing at the highest echelons of motor racing.

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Peugeot Sport is on the offensive as it prepares for the Le Mans 24 Hours at Paul Ricard. 2009 was a highly successful year for them winning Le Mans with a one-two finish. Despite not competing at the recent 8 Hours of Le Castellet, Peugeot was at the track preparing for a test session simulating similar endurance race condition. While the current focus is on Audi new R15 plus after its successful debut at the 8 Hours Le Castellet, I have gone the other way by having a peek at what last year’s Le Mans 24 Hours winner is doing after everybody had gone home.

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With the end of fly away races, three weeks gap to European races is the perfect opportunity for teams to find that extra tenths in the wind tunnel and reflect on technical decision that they have made before in the previous Grand Prix. The result? Most of the time is a major revision on the cars come Barcelona. Generally, European races are the the races of development. It is the name of the game, a cat and a mouse game. Or a game of copy or be left out. Another thing to note is, beginning from the European races, media and pundits alike will soon be establishing facts and figures more concretely.

So what technical updates to expect in Barcelona? These are my findings..

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