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Lewis Hamilton on course for greatness

With four world titles under his belt, the Formula One star is on track to match Schumacher’s record

Button ‘disappointed’ by Hamilton Twitter gaffe

McLaren's Jenson Button has criticised teammate Lewis Hamilton for revealing confidential car data on Twitter before Sunday's Belgian Grand Prix.

Ferrari’s Alonso storms to victory in Malaysia rain

Ferrari's Fernando Alonso has claimed his first victory in eight months in thrilling style at the rain-interrupted Malaysian Grand Prix.

Vettel victory hands title to Red Bull

Sebastian Vettel won the Korean Grand Prix in crushing fashion on Sunday to help his Red Bull team retain the Formula One constructors' title.

Vettel seals historic world title defence

Sebastian Vettel became Formula One's youngest back-to-back world champion on Sunday when he finished third in the Japanese Grand Prix.

Last gasp Vettel snares Japan pole

Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel snatched pole position for the Japanese Grand Prix in thrilling fashion as he closed in on a historic second world title.

Button sets Japanese GP pace at practice round

McLaren driver Jenson Button set the fastest time in Friday's practice sessions for the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix.

Vettel storms to Singapore win, title on ice

Sebastian Vettel held off a charging Jenson Button to win the Singapore Grand Prix on Sunday.

Vettel has a hand on title after Italy win

Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel had his second successive Formula One world championship almost wrapped up after winning the Italian Grand Prix.

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