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2006-07-01 13:26:22

INDIANAPOLIS (Reuters) - Ferrari's Michael Schumacher seized pole position for the U.S. Grand Prix on Saturday to end world champion Fernando Alonso's run of five in a row. Schumacher, four times a winner at Indianapolis since Formula One returned to America in 2000, secured his 67th pole position in style with Ferrari sweeping the front row of the starting grid. The German's Brazilian team mate Felipe Massa was second quickest. Renault's Alonso, who leads Schumacher by 25 points at...

2006-07-01 11:01:01

By Steve Keating INDIANAPOLIS (Reuters) - Ferrari flexed their muscles in final U.S. Grand Prix practice on Saturday with Michael Schumacher lapping fastest ahead of team mate Felipe Massa. On a scorching morning at Indianapolis, the seven times world champion clocked a time of one minute 10.760 seconds with Brazilian Massa just 0.279 seconds back. Schumacher's best lap was just off the qualifying record of 1:10.223 set by his former-Ferrari team mate Rubens Barrichello in 2004....

2006-06-30 14:59:23

By Steve Keating INDIANAPOLIS (Reuters) - Formula One made an incident-free return to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Friday with Honda test driver Anthony Davidson dominating free practice for the U.S. Grand Prix. Back on the track for the first time since last year's fiasco, when a tire controversy led to just six cars starting the race, drivers received a muted welcome from a small crowd sprinkled across the cavernous main grandstands for both sessions. The uneventful start...

2006-06-30 14:57:58

By Steve Keating INDIANAPOLIS (Reuters) - Formula One made an incident-free return to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Friday with Honda test driver Anthony Davidson dominating free practice for the U.S. Grand Prix. Back on the track for the first time since last year's fiasco, when a tire controversy led to just six cars starting the race, drivers received a muted welcome from a small crowd sprinkled across the cavernous main grandstands for both sessions. The uneventful start...

2006-06-29 16:46:40

By Steve Keating INDIANAPOLIS (Reuters) - A week after celebrating one of the brightest moments in their Formula One history, Michelin are back at the scene of one of their darkest days. Last Sunday, the French tire makers trumpeted their 100th grand prix victory after Renault's world champion Fernando Alonso won the Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal. The mood at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, which hosts Sunday's U.S. Grand Prix, is more somber. Last year, all six Michelin-equipped...

2006-06-29 14:20:15

By Steve Keating INDIANAPOLIS (Reuters) - Renault's Fernando Alonso is bracing himself for his toughest test of the year in Sunday's U.S. Grand Prix. After winning the last four races, and six out of nine so far, Formula One's youngest champion leads Ferrari's Michael Schumacher by a hefty 25 points. But the Indianapolis Motor Speedway has never been kind to the 24-year-old Spaniard, who has yet to finish in four visits to the 'Brickyard' and remains cautious about his chances of...

2006-06-28 09:58:26

By Steve Keating INDIANAPOLIS (Reuters) - Michael Schumacher's only win last year was met by jeers and whistles from a bottle-throwing Indianapolis crowd. The Ferrari driver can expect a better reception this weekend when Formula One returns to where it so spectacularly shot itself in the foot with a six-car fiasco of a race 12 months ago. While the crowd can look forward to a real contest at 'The Brickyard' on Sunday, Schumacher's main aim is to prevent Fernando Alonso from...

2006-06-28 07:25:40

By Steve Keating INDIANAPOLIS (Reuters) - Michael Schumacher's only win last year was met by jeers and whistles from a bottle-throwing Indianapolis crowd. The Ferrari driver can expect a better reception this weekend when Formula One returns to where it so spectacularly shot itself in the foot with a six-car fiasco of a race 12 months ago. While the crowd can look forward to a real contest at 'The Brickyard' on Sunday, Schumacher's main aim is to prevent Fernando Alonso from...

2006-06-25 15:20:05

By Steve Keating MONTREAL (Reuters) - Renault's world champion Fernando Alonso produced some Montreal magic to win the Canadian Grand Prix on Sunday and deal another blow to Michael Schumacher's fading title hopes. The 24-year-old Spaniard's fourth successive win, and sixth in nine races, stretched his overall lead over Ferrari's Schumacher to a hefty 25 points at the halfway point in the 18-race Formula One season. Starting from pole position for the fifth race in a row, Alonso...

2006-06-25 13:58:15

MONTREAL (Reuters) - Renault's Formula One world champion Fernando Alonso won the Canadian Grand Prix on Sunday to complete his fourth consecutive victory. The 24-year-old Spaniard, starting on pole position for the fifth successive race, stretched his overall lead over Ferrari's Michael Schumacher to 25 points at the halfway point in the 18-race season. Alonso has 84 points and Schumacher 59. Seven-times world champion Schumacher, also a seven-times winner in Montreal, finished...