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  • Ricciardo rules himself out for Mercedes

    Australia's Daniel Ricciardo Wednesday ruled out joining Mercedes next year to replace world champion Nico Rosberg, saying he is happy at Red Bull.

  • Rosberg, Hamilton primed for desert duel

    Nico Rosberg starts Sunday's season-closing Abu Dhabi Grand Prix with the Formula One world title he covets so keenly tantalisingly within his grasp.

  • Hamilton wins to take title showdown to final race

    Lewis Hamilton survives carnage and relentless rain to send this year's world championship down to the wire in Abu Dhabi as he claims a spectacular victory in the Brazilian Grand Prix.

  • Rosberg set to deliver Hamilton knockout blow

    Nico Rosberg may not want to talk about it, but he is poised to join an illustrious club if he can complete a hat-trick at the Brazilian Grand Prix and secure his maiden world championship.

  • Rosberg blocks out title talk in Mexico

    Nico Rosberg plans to block out all thoughts of a possible maiden title triumph and focus on sticking to his singular and simple approach when he bids to claim his 10th win of the year in this weekend’s Mexican Grand Prix.

  • Ricciardo wins in Malaysia

    Daniel Ricciardo led a Red Bull one-two as Lewis Hamilton's hopes of regaining the world championship lead went up in smoke at the Malaysian Grand Prix on Sunday.

  • Ricciardo wins drama-filled Malaysian GP

    Daniel Ricciardo leads a Red Bull one-two as Lewis Hamilton's championship hopes went up in smoke at a dramatic, action-packed Malaysian Grand Prix.

  • I'm still in this fight, says Hamilton

    Lewis Hamilton insists he could overhaul Nico Rosberg in the Formula One world championship for the second time this year after relinquishing his hard-won lead in the standings in Singapore.

  • Rosberg's Singapore chance to overhaul Hamilton

    Nico Rosberg is going for a hat-trick of wins in Sunday's Singapore Grand Prix that would catapult him back to the top of the world championship standings.

  • Hamilton targets more Italian GP glory

    Defending world champion Lewis Hamilton heads to this weekend's Italian Grand Prix knowing that a hat-trick of successive wins at Monza will put him in charge of the title race after one of the most rollercoaster seasons of his career.

  • F1 boss’s mother-in-law freed

    Brazilian law enforcement agents storm a hideout near Sao Paulo on Sunday and free the kidnapped mother-in-law of Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone.

  • Rosberg takes pole at Germany

    Nico Rosberg sets a scorching pace under pressure on Saturday to seize pole position, ahead of Mercedes team mate Lewis Hamilton, in qualifying for his home German Formula One Grand Prix.

  • Button cleared to race after eye check-up

    Jenson Button is fit to drive in the German Formula One Grand Prix following a visit to hospital for a precautionary check-up after a piece of carbon dust lodged in his eye during practice on Friday.

  • Rosberg hoping to get back on top in Germany

    Nico Rosberg can banish the disappointment of losing to Mercedes team mate and title rival Lewis Hamilton in Hungary last weekend by winning in Germany on Sunday and taking back the overall points lead.

  • Hamilton wins in Hungary

    Defending champion Lewis Hamilton produces a trademark triumph of pace and panache to win Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix ahead of his Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg.

  • Rosberg signs new contract with Mercedes

    Nico Rosberg has signed a new contract with Mercedes and will continue to partner triple world champion Lewis Hamilton for the next two years.

  • Uphill, sweaty battle for Lewis at Hungary

    Lewis Hamilton faces a demanding and sweaty battle with his championship-leading Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg and a potentially-rampant Red Bull team as he seeks a decisive victory at this weekend’s Hungarian Grand Prix.

  • Hamilton poised to lead title race

    Lewis Hamilton heads into Sunday’s Hungarian Grand Prix fired up to complete a hat-trick of victories and seize the lead in the Formula One title race for the first time this season.

  • ‘The booing needs to stop’

    Triple Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton has urged fans to be more sporting after boos were heard for the second race in a row at Silverstone on Sunday.

  • Hamilton grabs pole in Britain

    Lewis Hamilton held his nerve to grab pole position ahead of Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg for Sunday's British Grand Prix

  • Button needs a competitive car to stay in F1

    Britain's Jenson Button, the most experienced driver on the Formula One starting grid, says he needs a competitive car if he is to stay in the sport for an 18th season.

  • Hamilton fastest as Rosberg hits trouble

    Lewis Hamilton enjoys a perfect start to his home British Formula One Grand Prix on Friday while car troubles leave Mercedes team mate and championship leader Nico Rosberg stranded in the garage.

  • Hamilton dedicates win to the late Muhammad Ali

    Lewis Hamilton dedicates his victory to the late Muhammad Ali. The world champion references one of the former heavyweight champion's famous quotes on his slowing down lap saying: "Float like a butterfly; sting like a bee."

  • Biometric driver data adds to safety

    Formula One is planning to add more cockpit cameras and gather biometric data from drivers, possibly as early as this season, to provide a better understanding of accidents and improve safety.

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