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Hamilton reveals top three F1 rivals
Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton named the three drivers he sees as his biggest rivals on the current Grand Prix grid.
Ferrari punished for 'ignoring' quality control
Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne said his team had paid the price for 'ignoring' quality control, but is adamant it is not too late to rescue its Formula 1 season.
Rosberg quits Formula 1
World champion Nico Rosberg announced he has retired from Formula 1 with immediate effect.
Changes to qualifying format delayed
Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone said the introduction of a new elimination qualifying format will be delayed until the fifth race of the season.
Manager hopes 'Schumacher will be back'
The manager of motor racing legend Michael Schumacher said she hopes "that with continued support and patience he will one day be back with us".
Hamilton: I'd never disobey Mercedes
Three-time Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton is adamant he would never selfishly disobey an order from his team in a bid to win a grand prix.
Renault announces return for 2016 season
Renault is to return to Formula 1 as a constructor after deciding that it will take over the Lotus team.
Alonso: F1 is predictable and boring
Double world champion Fernando Alonso says the rules restricting aerodynamic and engine development in Formula 1 make races ‘predictable’ and ‘boring’ for fans.
Hamilton backs F1 start restrictions
Reigning Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton backed plans to reduce the amount of help drivers get ahead of the start of a grand prix.
Rosberg fastest in British GP practice
The home crowd were cheering for Lewis Hamilton but Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg was the man on top of the timesheets in both free practice sessions for the British Grand Prix on Friday.
‘Lewis can win title by summer’
Anthony Hamilton is predicting his son Lewis could wrap up the 2015 F1 title by the middle of the season.
Double points finale to be dropped for next season
Formula 1 is moving closer to ditching the controversial double points rule for 2015, as concerns mount that it could mar this season's finale.
Hamilton: "Zero comfort" from points
Lewis Hamilton says he takes zero comfort from his points advantage going into the 2014 Formula 1 season finale, even though second place would make him champion.
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