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Buttons extends lead at Turkish Grand Prix

Jenson Button extended his lead at the head of the drivers' world championship to more than 20 points on Sunday when he cruised to victory.

Hamilton shrugs off racial abuse

Briton Lewis Hamilton on Friday shrugged off racial abuse and other stunts aimed at damaging his chances in Sunday's showdown Brazilian Grand Prix.

World awaits F1 showdown in Brazil

Lewis Hamilton and his sole remaining rival, Felipe Massa, race to settle the outcome of the Formula One drivers' world championship on Sunday.

Massa takes title race down to the wire

Britain's Lewis Hamilton won the Chinese Grand Prix on Sunday but was denied the world championship by title rival Felipe Massa, who finished second.

Test of nerve for F1 title contenders in China

All eyes will focus on three men when the F1 circus congregates in the paddock in Shanghai ahead of Sunday's potentially decisive Chinese Grand Prix.

Raikkonen braced to reignite title challenge

Defending Formula One world champion Kimi Raikkonen has insisted he can retain his crown this year despite a string of unimpressive results.

Ferrari retreat as McLaren advance

Ferrari left the Spanish port city of Valencia not sure if they should laugh or cry after Felipe Massa's victory in Sunday's European Grand Prix.

Raikkonen stays calm as Ferrari deny crisis

Defending Formula One world champion Kimi Raikkonen of Finland is intent on staying cool this weekend at the normally steaming Hungaroring.

Räikkönen hopes for sunny Germany

Finland's defending drivers' world champion, Kimi Räikkönen, is hoping that Germany will be bathing in warm sunshine and not heavy rain this weekend.

Lewis Hamilton eyes Canadian repeat

Formula One world championship leader Lewis Hamilton has set his sights on a triumphant return to Montreal this weekend.

Alonso upbeat ahead of Turkish Grand Prix

Double world champion Fernando Alonso was upbeat about his Renault team's prospects after a strong performance in Friday's practice for Sunday's Turkish Grand Prix. The Spanish former world champion was fourth in the morning and ninth in the afternoon, despite not being happy with his car's balance.

Massa answers critics in winning style

Brazilian Felipe Massa stormed to victory on Sunday for his second successive victory in the Bahrain Grand Prix and answered his mounting bank of critics as his Ferrari team celebrated a comfortable one-two with Kimi Raikkonen finishing second.

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