Those who have problems with Ramaphosa are rubbing their hands in glee at what they see as reinforcement that he is captured by those who funded his campaign, writes Chris Vick.
The father of F1 driver Jules Bianchi, who died during a crash at the 2014 Japanese GP, says the sport's investigation into the incident has proved futile.
Former F1 doctor Gary Hartstein blasted the sport's doctors on social media over the death of French driver Jules Bianchi.
Formula 1 driver Jules Bianchi is still unconscious after his crash in October 2014 but has begun a physical therapy programme.
Little has been heard in recent days about Jules Bianchi's condition since his crash at the 2014 Japanese F1 GP. An ex-F1 driver believes his 'chances of living without consequences are very small'.
'Every time the phone rings we know it could be the hospital to say Jules is dead,' says Philippe Bianchi, father of injured Marussia driver Jules Bianchi.
'This boy was born with us - we thought of him as our driver of the future,' That from Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo about brain-damaged Jules Bianchi..
Formula 1 driver Jules Bianchi is on life-support in a hospital in Yokkaichi, not far from the Suzuka track where he crashed on Oct 5 2014. Wheels24 readers share their views on who was at fault.
The Formula 1 world is holding its breath as Marussia driver Jules Bianchi fights for his life in hospital in Japan after crashing during the 2014 Japanese GP on Sunday.
Lewis Hamilton was fastest in second practice for the 2014 Japanese GP after his Mercedes team mate Nico Rosberg topped the time sheets during the morning session at Suzuka.
A tropical typhoon with winds blowing at close to the top speed of race cars is threatening to deluge the Suzuka track and cancel Sunday's 2014 Japanese F1 GP.
The news of Jules Bianch's family suing the FIA, Marussia and Bernie Ecclestone's Formula One Group has been questioned by three-times F1 champion Jackie Stewart.
F1 CEO Bernie Ecclestone says the sport will always have an element of danger following the death of Jules Bianchi.
Since Jules Bianchi's horrific crash during the 2014 Japanese GP his Marussia team has gone under administration and F1 has agonised over race-track safety measures.
Top F1 drivers are calling on Prirelli to improve its wet-weather tyres following Jules Bianchi's horror crash at the 2014 Japanese GP.
F1 looks set to test new software and procedures, in two weeks out in Austin, US, that will automatically limit the speed of the cars through double-waved yellow flag zones.
The 1997 Formula 1 Drivers' champion, Jacques Villeneuve, wants the sport to deploy a pace car after every crash in every race. As should have been on in Japan...
F1 driver Jules Bianchi remains "critical" and is breathing with the aid of a respirator at the Mie General Hospital in Yokkaichi, 10km from Suzuka track where he crashed on Sunday.
The Caterham Formula 1 team was visited by bailiffs in England earlier this week and several items were seized. Now it seems the legal beagles might have got it wrong...
"Fernando Alonso is in Japan discussing his future at Ferrari," reports the team's outgoing president, Luca Di Montezemolo, as the hopes to retain the Formula 1 ace for the 2015 season.
Ferrari is continuing to argue for a relaxation of the so-called Formula 1 engine 'freeze' and requesting at least one mid-season performance test.
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