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Valtteri Bottas beats championship-winning teammate in underwhelming season finale.
Sebastian Vettel holds off Valtteri Bottas to win but Lewis Hamilton steals the show from the pitlane.
Despite finishing ninth at Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez, Lewis Hamilton wins his fourth drivers’ championship.
Ten months into Liberty Media’s stewardship of Formula One, Sean Bratches and Frank Arthofer, two of the men brought on board to transform the championship’s commercial outlook, tell SportsPro about the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead for motorsport’s biggest beast.
Lewis Hamilton extends his drivers’ championship lead over Sebastien Vettel to an almost unsurmountable 66 points.
Vettel’s bad luck continues as Hamilton extends championship lead.
A three-car first corner crash allowed Lewis Hamilton to jump five places and take the chequered flag under Singapore’s streetlights, extending his title lead to 28 points.
Lewis Hamilton’s third victory in four Grands Prix sees the Briton now lead the drivers’ championship from Sebastian Vettel by three points.
The fourth edition of the Black Book Motorsport Forum (BBMF) took place on 22nd August at London’s Grange Tower Bridge Hotel
Lewis Hamilton holds off Sebastian Vettel to win in Belgium and reduce drivers’ championship deficit to seven points.
Driver safety and the spectre of a growing Formula E dominated the industry conversation as Sebastian Vettel claimed a crucial victory at the Hungaroring.
Lewis Hamilton’s record-equalling fifth Silverstone success reduces drivers’ championship gap to one point.
Ricciardo seals first win of 2017 as title race takes collision course.
More woes for McLaren as potential split with Honda looms.
A glorious weekend in the principality for Ferrari increases Sebastien Vettel’s drivers’ championship lead.
Lewis Hamilton’s rivalry with Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel came to life at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, while there was also a gift for a lucky fan at Europe’s second race of the season.
Mercedes’ Bottas scores his first victory from 81 attempts and Sauber confirm Honda engine deal for 2018.
The promise of a major marketing refresh under Liberty Media should be music to the ears of many in F1, writes Dominic Curran.
An exciting race nevertheless ends with predictable faces on the podium.
The Zak Brown effect kicks in for McLaren while Ferrari's car comes under question after the Chinese Grand Prix.
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