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Russian Formula 1 Grand Prix 2014: Results, Times for Practice and Qualifying

A sobering week in the world of Formula One concludes with the excitement of a brand new track, as the season travels to Sochi, Russia, with four races remaining. The sport is currently pulling together in support of Jules Bianchi, who sustained serious head injuries at last Sunday's Japanese Grand Prix. The Marussia driver was injured after hitting a recovery vehicle in soaked conditions at Suzuka, an occurrence which has rightly overshadowed the build-up to Sochi's inaugural event. In fact, Marussia confirmed it will only run one car in Russia "out of respect" for its injured colleague. Max Chilton, Bianchi's team-mate who will appear on track, revealed he is "truly devastated" by the situation and that "it is going to be a very emotional...

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