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  1. Heidfeld still not happy.
  2. Raikkonen result 'depends on others'.
  3. Speed: It's not as bad as it looks.
  4. Massa: We need to improve now.
  5. Hamilton: I didn't expect pole.
  6. We're on the limit, insists Alonso.
  7. Indy confident of long-term grand prix future.
  8. Tiger tees off on Hamilton's success.
  9. Hamilton ends Alonso domination for USGP pole.
  10. Qualifying times - US Grand Prix.
  11. Rosberg misses Q2 cut.
  12. Canada hero Sato falls at first.
  13. Alonso spoils Vettel's P3 moment.
  14. Saturday free practice - United States Grand Prix.
  15. Haug dismisses 'friction' speculation.
  16. Solid start for Honda duo.
  17. Aguri confident after 'smooth' Friday.
  18. Toyota lament lack of grip.
  19. Bridgestone, drivers feel the heat.
  20. Encouraging start for Red Bull.
  21. Alonso to the fore as he seeks to conquer Indy.
  22. Hamilton not forgetting rookie status.
  23. Vettel encouraged ahead of debut.
  24. Nick quick but not happy.
  25. Massa, Raikkonen quietly confident.
  26. Rosberg pleased with immediate pace.
  27. Fisichella: I'm a little bit confused...
  28. Alonso slower, but holds top spot.
  29. Friday free practice (2) - US Grand Prix.
  30. Speed happy with progress.
  31. Alonso takes early Indy initiative.
  32. Friday free practice (1) - US Grand Prix.
  33. Heikki: Canada result no relief.
  34. Massa: The rules aren't clear.
  35. Taku not expecting Canadian repeat.
  36. Vettel debuts as Kubica ruled out.
  37. Disappointed Kubica 'felt ready' to race.
  38. Lewis 'surprised' by Alonso comments.
  39. Kovalainen keen to learn from Canada weekend.
  40. Wurz: I know no other way to drive - EXCLUSIVE.
  41. India reveals calendar slot for 09.
  42. Crash.net preview - US Grand Prix.
  43. Kimi: Hamilton will have 'difficult moments'.
  44. Spyker urge drivers to cut out mistakes.
  45. Williams lauds drivers' performance.
  46. Rosberg: How did I deserve that?
  47. Webber: 20/20 hindsight would've been nice
  48. Fry: Perfect strategy, terrible timing EXCLUSIVE.
  49. Hamilton remaining calm ahead of Indy.
  50. New videos of Kubica crash on You Tube
  51. Alonso eager to make amends at Indianapolis.
  52. Wurz looking to build on Canada success.
  53. Dennis moves to cool Alonso comments.
  54. Theissen prepared to replace Kubica for Indy.
  55. Compunds announced for three more races.
  56. Blundell's view: United States Grand Prix.
  57. Suzuki happy but much still to learn EXCLUSIVE.
  58. PICTURES: Kubica crash.
  59. Kubica leaves hospital, targets USGP.
  60. Hamilton factor takes British GP close to sell-out
  61. Spyker joins search for next F1 star.
  62. Hill: Lewis' win 'unbelievable'.
  63. Davidson: Shame about the beaver!
  64. No joy for Spyker, STR.
  65. Kubica crash video already on You Tube
  66. Barrichello: We could have benefited.
  67. Gearbox continues to blight RBR.
  68. Thursday earliest for Kubica call.
  69. Contact damages Kimi hopes.
  70. Ralf salvages point.
  71. Inspired Sato hails 'beautiful day' - EXCLUSIVE.
  72. Heidfeld: Hard to put this into words - EXCLUSIVE.
  73. Dennis slams new safety car rules as 'unfair'.
  74. Determined Kovalainen reaps rewards of approach.
  75. Hamilton Snr: Much more where that came from.
  76. Kubica update: Statement from hospital.
  77. Shaken-up Trulli admits mind was not on job.
  78. Alonso: I was just unlucky.
  79. Title next dream for Hamilton.
  80. Wurz wings it to 'kitsch' podium.
  81. Hamilton: It's another level of feeling....
  82. Kubica apparently unharmed after high-speed hit.
  83. BMW waits on better Kubica diagnosis.
  84. Massa, Fisichella don't see red.
  85. Joy of six for Lewis.
  86. Hamilton breaks duck in Canada.
  87. Race result - Canadian Grand Prix.
  88. UPDATE: Kubica conscious and stable.
  89. UPDATE: Kubica has broken leg.
  90. JYS: Lewis must maintain focus to win - EXCLUSIVE.
  91. Fisichella confident of stronger pace in race.
  92. Rubens: That was our limit, but points possible.
  93. Mystery' for Davidson who misses out by fraction.
  94. Dennis: Drivers can race, unless
  95. Fired-up Heidfeld out to break '07 podium duck.
  96. Rosberg confirms growing stature with seventh.
  97. Kubica disappointed, but insists all not yet lost.
  98. Hamilton in more hot water over simulator remark?
  99. Qualifying boost sees Sato aiming for more points.
  100. Alonso: We must be 100 per cent to win here.
  101. Trulli impressive showing lightens Toyota mood.
  102. Glazing puts brake on DC.
  103. Heikki: Maybe I was trying too hard
  104. Hopeful' Webber: Now to score some points.
  105. Lewis: This is better than sex!
  106. Toyota orders drivers to keep off kerbs.
  107. Ralf blames traffic for Q miss.
  108. Raikkonen: We're competitive at race pace.
  109. Todt laments 'worst qualifying of season'.
  110. Toro Rosso celebrates two in Q2.
  111. Spyker encouraged despite missing cut.
  112. Inspired Hamilton scorches to maiden pole.
  113. Qualifying times - Canadian Grand Prix.
  114. Sato misses out as Heidfeld saves bacon.
  115. Heikki pays for mistake in Q1.
  116. Hamilton shines but Alonso has plenty in reserve.
  117. Saturday free practice - Canadian Grand Prix.
  118. RBR ready to turn promise into points - EXCLUSIVE.
  119. BMW confident of playing to its strengths.
  120. Trulli admits it will be hard to fight back.
  121. Button confident Honda upward trend will continue.
  122. Alonso admits 'we won't dominate here'.
  123. Ferrari: We can fight for pole.
  124. Fisi confident improvements have travelled.
  125. Barrichello: We've not turned a corner yet.
  126. Webber: We're fast, but to finish first
  127. Kovalainen: At least it shows I'm committed
  128. Minor niggles only concern for Williams.
  129. Lightning-fast Alonso says catch me if you can.
  130. Friday free practice (2) - Canadian Grand Prix.
  131. Alonso gives Hamilton food for thought in Canada.
  132. Friday free practice (1) - Canadian Grand Prix.
  133. Fisichella confident of step forward.
  134. Drivers approve prospect of night racing.
  135. QA: Chris Witty - F1 to P1.
  136. Schumacher cool on drop rumours.
  137. Key: Spyker B spec car a refinement.
  138. Red Bull's 'fan car' project a hit.
  139. Ferrari can bounce back, says Massa.
  140. Canadian GP a sell-out.
  141. Williams: We are on target.
  142. Crash.net preview - Canadian Grand Prix.
  143. Raikkonen: I can still fight for title.
  144. Debut P1 victory for Ilmor-powered King of Shaves.
  145. Bridgestone's latest F1 podcast: Download now.
  146. Albers, Sutil buoyed by Monaco gap.
  147. Trulli: I want to enjoy this more than Monaco.
  148. Fisichella to launch race academy.
  149. Red Bull teams aiming to wing it in Montreal.
  150. Rosberg: I was really quick in Canada.
  151. Newey hoping for better Montreal memories.
  152. Honda looking to build on Monaco promise.
  153. Wurz eager to build on Monaco success.
  154. Blundell's view: Canadian Grand Prix.
  155. Schumacher focus on race, not rumour.
  156. Haug: We would be delighted to see Lewis win.
  157. Kovalainen 'expecting better weekend in Montreal'.
  158. Fisichella: Montreal will show we're back on form.
  159. Red Bull targets Canada for trend reversal.
  160. Theissen wanting greater return from Canada, US.
  161. Bernie keeps pressure on Britain.
  162. Renault wows Warsaw.
  163. Spyker ready to switch on Brackley wind tunnel.
  164. Super Aguri: Davidson is now a real asset.
  165. Hamilton excited by dual North American challenge.
  166. Kolles: Spyker F1 not affected by financial woes.
  167. Ecclestone confirms Valencia for 2008.
  168. Alonso vows to keep momentum going.
  169. BMW aces revved up for transatlantic street fight.
  170. Massa: Third place was damage limitation.
  171. McLaren: Ruling removes any doubt of team orders.
  172. Todt: Monaco was simply a blip.
  173. Toyota boss to take charge at Fuji Speedway.
  174. McLaren cleared in team orders' row.
  175. Win P1 tickets to German Grand Prix of the Sea.
  176. Two races for Ralf to prove worth?
  177. Mclaren 'orders' to protect Montreal engines?
  178. Speed keen to carry momentum home.
  179. Kimi: Title tough unless I start winning.
  180. JYS: Nothing wrong with McLaren actions.
  181. Kimi still a title contender, insists Ferrari.
  182. Todt: McLaren pace no surprise.
  183. Monaco debut to forget for Heikki.
  184. Davidson: They made example of me.
  185. McLaren 'comfortable' with FIA probe.
  186. Qualifying, traffic scupper Toyota ambitions.
  187. FIA to probe McLaren 1-2.
  188. Massa confident of transatlantic return.
  189. Supersoft gamble fails to help Massa.
  190. Hamilton: Kiss, (but) he quick.
  191. Webber frustration grows.
  192. Enforced 'errors' account for Liuzzi, Sutil.
  193. McLaren: We will never favour one driver.
  194. Untroubled Alonso 'at 90 per cent'.
  195. Hamilton confirmed for Goodwood.
  196. Hamilton curious about pit-stop timing.
  197. Speed lives up to surname with best-ever race'.
  198. Alonso: This win means a lot to me.
  199. Lewis settles for second on McLaren's perfect day.
  200. Massa: We were just inferior.
  201. Briatore hails 'fantastic' Fisichella.
  202. We knew it would be an uphill battle, says Kimi.
  203. Wurz opens account with seventh.
  204. Kubica: We could have finished better.
  205. Honda leave empty-handed but encouraged.
  206. BMW Sauber secures 5-6 finish.
  207. Past master denies young pretender dream victory.
  208. Race reactions - Monaco Grand Prix.
  209. Race Result - Monaco Grand Prix.
  210. Alonso wins Monaco GP.
  211. Liuzzi shines in Q, expects 'good' race.
  212. Fernando: Pole good, but points come on Sunday.
  213. Sheepish Kimi vows to make up for mistake.
  214. Massa spares Ferrari blushes on McLaren's day.
  215. Hamilton: We will be sensible at start.
  216. Richards and Aston Martin conquer Mille Miglia.
  217. Heidfeld and Kubica aiming to save best til' last.
  218. Alonso fights back to prove battle is on.
  219. Hamilton misses out on pole but still impresses.
  220. Fisi: Monaco improvement only the start.
  221. Fifth is fine, says modest Rosberg.
  222. Highs and lows for RBR on streets of Monaco.
  223. Honda finally finds form with double top ten.
  224. Traffic blamed for poor Toyota showing.
  225. Mosley: Ford and VW not entering Formula 1.
  226. McLaren locks out front row as Kimi KO'd.
  227. Qualifying times - Monaco Grand Prix.
  228. UPDATE: DC penalised for Kovalainen incident.
  229. 'Armless' shunt sees Kimi sidelined.
  230. Schumacher name not enough for Ralf in Q1.
  231. Todt: Under-fire Kimi will bounce back.
  232. Zidane to butt in at French GP.
  233. Sutil surprises in soggy Monaco.
  234. Saturday free practice - Monaco Grand Prix.
  235. Schumacher: I'll be here next year.
  236. Hollyoaks star gets British GP role.
  237. Spyker refinances to complete F1 purchase.
  238. Dennis: Everything is dandy at McLaren.
  239. McLaren: Lewis was just a little bit enthusiastic.
  240. Spyker refinances to complete F1 purchase.
  241. Dennis: Don't make rules for manufacturers!
  242. Hamilton poised for Goodwood debut?
  243. Red Bull to run 'fan car' at Silverstone.
  244. ING Race Index for Monaco.
  245. Bridgestone: Set-up will be challenge.
  246. Raikkonen: We have good balance.
  247. Fuel pressure problems slow Heidfeld.
  248. Ralf: That wasn't my best day...
  249. Solid start for Honda pairing.
  250. Back on-form Alonso out to put Lewis in his place.
  251. Hamilton in good shape to keep record intact.
  252. Defending champs show some semblance of old form.
  253. Far more to come from Red Bull, insist drivers.
  254. Practice Patter - Monaco Grand Prix.
  255. Alonso again, as Hamilton crashes.
  256. Thursday free practice (2) - Monaco Grand Prix.
  257. Alonso starts off quickest in FP1.
  258. Thursday free practice (1) - Monaco Grand Prix.
  259. Monaco F1 virgin Kubica up for street fight.
  260. Kimi targets Principality to arrest losing streak.
  261. Past winner DC relishing Monaco challenge.
  262. Mario: Next Andretti in F1 can't come soon enough.
  263. Mario: Phenomenal Hamilton can be champion in '07.
  264. Moss: Jenson's time has passed - EXCLUSIVE.
  265. Crash.net preview - Monaco Grand Prix.
  266. Raikkonen ready to turn qualifying fortunes.
  267. Same again DC ready to kick-start silly season.
  268. My personal target is to win, says Massa.
  269. Blundell's view: Monaco Grand Prix.
  270. Watson: Lewis can re-write the history books.
  271. Red Bull set to gain wings to fly in Monaco.
  272. Rosberg revved up for race of the year'.
  273. Giant-killer Wurz back at scene of greatest fight.
  274. Bell: No magic wand for Monaco.
  275. Excitement not expectation fuels Renault duo.
  276. We can do good job in Monaco, says Taku.
  277. Sutil aware of Monaco's perils.
  278. Albers: I'm in same boat as Kimi, Alonso.
  279. Hamilton has records to uphold in Principality.
  280. Alonso wants repeat success to get back on-track.
  281. Moss: Lewis' brilliance could divide McLaren.
  282. Shanghai boss fired over financial irregularities.
  283. Kolles targets top ten.
  284. Moss: Long may GPlive continue!
  285. Ecclestone admits Albert Park facing axe.
  286. Ammermuller: GPlive was a blast!
  287. Mario: Motor racing has been my life - EXCLUSIVE.
  288. Toyota: We have to score in Monaco.
  289. Barrichello: Monaco has a special place in F1.
  290. Theissen expecting return to reliability.
  291. Honda make 'small steps' at Ricard.
  292. Schumacher eager to return to form.
  293. WSR Champ Danielsson enjoys Renault test.
  294. Paul Ricard test - day four: 18 May.
  295. Gascoyne: New car won't be truly competitive.
  296. Trulli determined to evoke Monaco memories.
  297. Heidfeld eager to make amends in Monaco.
  298. Kubica out to continue solid form.
  299. Paul Ricard test - day three: 17 May [updated].
  300. Jordan: Jenson must feel let down.
  301. Massa: We have the momentum and must keep it.
  302. Ralf welcomes new races in Valenca, Singapore.
  303. Paul Ricard test - day two: 16 May.
  304. Off-colour Kimi: Nothing is decided yet.
  305. Speed takes away positives from trying weekend.
  306. Dassas: We need to be fighting for podiums.
  307. Rossiter enjoys SAF1 debut.
  308. Paul Ricard test - day one: 15 May.
  309. Stewart: Hamilton will set the benchmark.
  310. McLaren secures BELTEr of a sponsorship deal.
  311. Ferrari: Three out of four, but deficit widens.
  312. Rossiter gets test job with Super Aguri.
  313. Unbeaten Hamilton targets Monaco.
  314. Tyre gamble didn't affect result, admits Alonso.
  315. Alonso: I was in front of Massa.
  316. Massa plays down Ferrari power shift.
  317. Champion unconcerned by Hamilton threat.
  318. Massa speechless - but thanks Schumacher.
  319. Raikkonen rues loss of 'precious points'.
  320. Super Aguri revel in first ever point.
  321. Rosberg celebrates best ever result.
  322. Button accepts blunder but Honda still pointless.
  323. Toyota duo go away empty-handed.
  324. 'Matador moment' means more for Massa.
  325. Second gifts Hamilton lead of championship.
  326. Alonso: We were lucky to finish!
  327. Kubica satisfied as Heidfeld laments lost podium.
  328. DC loses third gear but holds onto fifth place.
  329. Fuel rig problems mask Renault progress.
  330. Bridgestone: Cut to blame for Speed exit.
  331. Massa wins, Hamilton leads points.
  332. Race result - Spanish Grand Prix.
  333. Double retirement blow for STR.
  334. Barcelona to host Spanish GP till 2016.
  335. Champion admits surprise at leading.
  336. STR blames 'ambitious gearbox strategy' for woes.
  337. Top two confirm dislike of chicane.
  338. Alonso hoping to break the silence.
  339. Traffic jams trios qualifying hopes.
  340. Massa celebrates third straight pole.
  341. Hamilton convinced of race strategy.
  342. Kubica gets better of Heidfeld in Spain.
  343. Coulthard 'disappointed' despite top ten return.
  344. Raikkonen not entirely comfortable with car - yet.
  345. Trulli reveals Toyota potential in sixth.
  346. Massa stuns home crowd with Barca pole.
  347. Qualifying times - Spanish Grand Prix.
  348. Alonso: Race will be close and competitive.
  349. First top ten for Kovalainen, out-qualifies Fisi.
  350. Problems dictate Q2 cut-off.
  351. Webber heads Q1 casualties.
  352. Hamilton back on top as McLaren shows intent.
  353. Saturday free practice - Spanish Grand Prix.
  354. Schumacher denies Ferrari leadership ambitions.
  355. Ecclestone at centre of Valencia storm.
  356. RBR: Car hindered by wind tunnel 'issues'.
  357. Drivers back Singapore if 'homework' is done.
  358. Allianz expands involvement.
  359. Bosses defend third driver decisions.
  360. BMW test revised front wing.
  361. Heikki: Positive start but it'll be tough.
  362. Fisichella ready to push to the limit.
  363. Williams: We have to make up time.
  364. Bridgestone's latest Formula 1 podcast LIVE.
  365. McLaren enjoys 'best possible start' in Spain.
  366. Unperturbed Ferrari taking time to play itself in.
  367. Practice Patter - Spanish Grand Prix.
  368. Alonso sets marker in FP2.
  369. Friday free practice (2) - Spanish Grand Prix.
  370. Massa: Ferrari still ahead but no let-up yet.
  371. Singapore secures deal for night race.
  372. Raikkonen: Catalan test will help this weekend.
  373. Alonso coy on chances of beating Ferrari.
  374. Barrichello: Car won't be up there until July.
  375. Hamilton leads McLaren 1-2 in first practice.
  376. Friday free practice (1) - Spanish Grand Prix.
  377. New layout safer - but has it taken away the fun?
  378. Valencia secures Formula 1 slot.
  379. Crash.net preview - Spanish Grand Prix.
  380. Howett: Don't write Toyota off yet.
  381. Symonds backs drivers ahead of Euro campaign.
  382. Blundell's view: Spanish Grand Prix.
  383. Fisichella focused on the battle.
  384. Wurz: Q will be key in Catalunya.
  385. RBR: No-one will match our development effort.
  386. Toyota upbeat as revised TF107 shows promise.
  387. Massa: Changes to track will spice things up.
  388. de la Rosa: MP4-22 should suit Barcelona.
  389. Heikki expecting 'another hard-fought weekend'.
  390. Massa collects Bandini award.
  391. Symonds confident of 'good steps forward'.
  392. Dernie makes P1 bow in Malta.
  393. F1 mourns Peter Kerr.
  394. Clean start first goal for Sutil.
  395. New aero kit as STR matches quality to quantity.
  396. Raikkonen: Car is much better now.
  397. Williams FW29 up close.
  398. 'New chicken' among reasons for Aguri optimism.
  399. Honda ready to take small Spanish step forward.
  400. Albers: One day we will be competitive.
  401. Spyker ready to close gap on familiar territory.
  402. BMW eager to stay 'best of rest' after top two.
  403. Kubica: I'm aiming to earn a few more points.
  404. Hamilton: There is no resting on laurels.
  405. McLaren: New front wing will be taken to Spain.
  406. No pressure - but Alonso wants this one.
  407. Heidfeld drives Nordschleife.
  408. Brundle gets UEA degree.
  409. From one hot seat to another for Heikki.
  410. BMW ditches third driver experiment.
  411. Honda claims progress with aero development.
  412. Alonso: Let's wait and see.
  413. Barcelona test - day four: 3 May.
  414. Positive test for Super Aguri, despite conditions.
  415. Brains trust heads 'Motorsport in Education' push.
  416. Speed allows STR to catch up.
  417. Spyker ends Barcelona test on positive note.
  418. Barcelona test - day three: 2 May.
  419. Kimi: We have improved since Bahrain.
  420. Brawn to decide future in summer.
  421. Spyker to skip final day in Spain.
  422. Barcelona test day two: 1 May.
  423. Little time to breathe for BMW, Theissen.
  424. de la Rosa 'happy' with new McLaren wing.
  425. Spyker drinks to future success.
  426. Williams jumps at RBS extension.
  427. vd Garde: You can feel the difference.
  428. Spyker in race against time.
  429. Barcelona test day one: 30 April.
  430. RD rate the key to title, claims McLaren.
  431. Heikki: We can bounce back.
  432. Heidfeld revives Nordschleife glory days.
  433. Winkelhock waiting patiently for Spyker chance.
  434. de la Rosa: McLaren have surprised people.
  435. Unloved RB3 to get Spanish boost.
  436. Heidfeld to swap helmet for putter and compass.
  437. Massa: This is a key moment in the championship.
  438. Brundle set to go walkabout at GPlive.
  439. Schumi to appear at French GP for charity.
  440. Toyota boss to step down.
  441. Sponsor adds credence to Prodrive plans.
  442. Briatore: Give us two races.
  443. Howett: Heidfeld no better than current line-up.
  444. Bourdais back at Toro Rosso?
  445. Exciting start boosts TV figures.
  446. Mol encouraged by Spyker progress.
  447. Sutil making his mark at Spyker.
  448. Fisichella: We will emerge stronger.
  449. Wurz joins road safety crusade.
  450. BMW and Dupont increase ties.
  451. Spyker vs F-16.
  452. Mosley: Customer cars best option for F1.
  453. Bahrain no disaster for Fernando, insists Haug.
  454. Schumi backs road safety campaign.
  455. RBR to appear at GPlive.
  456. Official: Over 200 GP cars at GPlive.
  457. Renault set for Second Life.
  458. Sauber: Kubica will bounce back.
  459. Hamilton a real racer, says Watson.
  460. Ferrari: It's going to be very close.
  461. Spyker, Albers take on F-16.
  462. Hamilton: I've shocked myself.
  463. Ecclestone takes charge in Turkey?
  464. Theissen: 'No rush' to re-sign Heidfeld.
  465. Bridgestone announces tyre compound options.
  466. BMW: Ferrari, McLaren still in front.
  467. BMW Sauber F1.07 up close and personal!
  468. Kimi: Qualifying pace not good enough.
  469. Ralf: No easy answers for us, just hard work.
  470. Renault Roadshow to kick off in Poland.
  471. Spyker bring forward debut for B-spec car.
  472. Hamilton could be 'best ever'.
  473. Where it began for the BMW Sauber F1.07.
  474. F1 versus F16 at Volkel.
  475. Kovalainen: We will bounce back.
  476. Dennis: At the moment Lewis can't do any wrong.
  477. Stewart: Lewis could be champion this year.
  478. Bahrain good revenge for Massa, says Ferrari.
  479. Bahrain test miss costs Williams.
  480. Toyota: One team, 32 nationalities.
  481. Title a possibility, says Hamilton.
  482. Alonso: I just lacked overall pace and grip.
  483. Ferrari plan to make most of gap to Spain.
  484. Did you miss Bridgestone's latest podcasts?
  485. Toyota praise Trulli for super drive.
  486. STR confirm: We'll use break to sort problems.
  487. Rosberg: We were just missing a little bit.
  488. Go behind the scenes with Renault - Pt 1.
  489. Spyker: Mission accomplished with two-car finish.
  490. Go behind the scenes with Renault - Pt 2.
  491. Davidson enjoys 'best F1 race to date'.
  492. Massa makes it three from three.
  493. Race result - Bahrain Grand Prix.
  494. Hamilton sets new rookie record.
  495. Massa dedicates win to girlfriend.
  496. Heidfeld thrilled to humble Alonso.
  497. Raikkonen: I can't be completely satisfied.
  498. Theissen lauds 'strongest' race yet.
  499. Coulthard philosophical despite cruel retirement.
  500. Renault concede maximum is being achieved.