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Hamilton gate crashes Vettel’s title party

Lewis Hamilton gate-crashed Sebastian Vettel's title party when he produced a dazzling drive for McLaren to win a thrilling United States Grand Prix.

Hamilton set to wreck Red Bull’s title party

A happy and dominant Lewis Hamilton crushed all his rivals as he set up a Red Bull party-wrecking race in Sunday's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

Red Bull chief laments Grand Prix loss

Team chief Christian Horner insists Red Bull were as quick as triumphant McLaren at the Australian Grand Prix and would prove it next weekend.

Massa fastest as Hamilton’s woe deepens

Felipe Massa has upset the form books with the quickest practice drive as Lewis Hamilton suffered another setback in India's first ever Grand Prix.

Hamilton apologises for Massa collision

Lewis Hamilton apologised to Felipe Massa for their latest collision, saying he has "respect" for the Brazilian despite a series of heated incidents.

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 aims for resurgence at Belgian GP

Beaten in four of the last five races, Formula One leader Sebastian Vettel will aim to reassert his authority at the Belgian Grand Prix.

Button stuns in 200th Grand Prix appearance

Jenson Button has marked his 200th Grand Prix with a reminder of his class by driving his McLaren to victory in a chaotic Hungarian Grand Prix.

Vettel warns Ferrari are a major threat

Sebastian Vettel has singled out Ferrari as presenting the main threat to his Red Bull team in this weekend's German Grand Prix.

This is a tough job, says McLaren chief

Martin Whitmarsh has admitted he was feeling the pressure of his job, but was not fearful for his future after the team's disappointing weekend.

Speculation rife as Hamilton meets Red Bull

McLaren team chief Martin Whitmarsh appeared to have a fight on his hands as news leaked out that Lewis Hamilton has held talks about his future.

Vettel shuns conservative tactics for Canada

Sebastian Vettel will shrug aside all thoughts of taking a conservative points-gathering approach in this weekend's Canadian Grand Prix.

Hamilton looks to Canada to end Vettel’s streak

Two weeks on from his controversial exit, Lewis Hamilton returns to the circuit where he won his first Formula One race -- the Canadian Grand Prix.

Schumacher admits the joy is no longer there

Michael Schumacher gave a hint on Sunday that he is no longer enjoying Formula One and sparked rumours that he may be considering ending his career.

McLaren boss backs Hamilton for China

McLaren boss Martin Whitmarsh backed luckless Lewis Hamilton to bounce back and challenge for victory in China and the world title this year.

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