FIRST ISSUE Public Image Limited (Southbound) While The Sex Pistols were still squirming in vomit and blood, knifed in a gutter – rotten Johnny Lydon was wiping the blade clean and ready to take on his next adversary: the punk fan.
Two-time world champion Fernando Alonso has signed for Ferrari on a three-year deal, the Formula One giants announced on Wednesday.
Rubens Barrichello beat teammate and Drivers’ Championship leader Jenson Button as Brawn claimed a one-two at the Italian Grand Prix held at Monza.
It was the Brawn team’s fourth one-two finish of the 2009 season.
World champion Lewis Hamilton and his McLaren team have escaped with a suspended three-race ban for "deliverately misleading" stewards at the Australian Grand Prix.
McLaren chairman Ron Dennis ended his long-standing involvement in Formula One on Thursday when he announced a major restructuring of the British-based company.
Briton Jenson Button recorded his second consecutive Formula One victory for Brawn GP at the weather-affected Malaysian Grand Prix on Sunday. Button, who had qualified in pole position, was leading on the 33rd of 56 scheduled laps when the race was stopped after a thunderstorm broke at the Sepang International Circuit. With the torrential rain refusing to relent and darkness descending on the track due to the late starting time, organizers eventually decided not to restart the race, awarding half-points to the top eight finishers