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Exciting Austrian Grand Prix is overshadowed by a major incident between championship leaders on the final lap.
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel picked up his third win of the season after leading the Singapore Grand Prix from start to finish.
A decisive call by Lewis Hamilton in the wet saw the Brit make the headlines at Silverstone, while the talk centered on engine freezes and refuelling in the race build up.
The Brazilian Grand Prix was won by Nico Rosberg, setting up what is certain to be a dramatic showdown for the world championship in Abu Dhabi. Wider questions about Formula One’s finances and commercial structure will, however, continue long after the last laps have been raced in 2014.
The Singapore Grand Prix delivered another twist in this year’s thrilling, all-Mercedes battle for the Formula One world championship, on a weekend when Formula One shuffled closer towards the 21st century.
Monza has a habit of throwing up major business lines and during the 2014 Italian Grand Prix weekend the talk was of resignations as much as results.
Sunday’s Belgian Grand Prix was a dramatic affair and the clash between world title contenders Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton, and the explosive aftermath, shone an uncomfortable spotlight on the Mercedes team’s senior leadership.
The Hungarian Grand Prix, the final race before Formula One’s four week summer break, was a thrilling contest, which made something of a mockery of a meeting a day earlier to discuss ideas to ‘improve the show’.
The Canadian Grand Prix was a frenetic affair, which ended with a popular new winner. But as Australia’s Daniel Ricciardo became the 105th different man to win a Formula One world championship race, there were plenty of business talking points to mull over.
The Monaco Grand Prix remains probably the only place where Justin Bieber taking a 'selfie' with Bernie Ecclestone barely raises an eyebrow. SportsPro takes a team-by-team look at the marketing efforts around Formula One's most famous race.
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