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Rosberg wins at Hockenheim but Hamilton fightback keeps championship poised...

Rack up another German victory after last Sunday’s triumph in the football: Nico Rosberg never looked in the slightest trouble as he dominated his home Grand Prix, keeping clear of problems during an eventful afternoon at Hockenheim to lead the race from start to finish. 440 more words

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Lewis revives title hopes with a win at Silverstone

So, a fine result for the home crowd eventually at Silverstone, but only after a nervy weekend. After Lewis Hamilton’s disastrous qualifying stint that saw him start sixth on the grid, then a delayed restart to the race on lap two after a spin from Kimi Raikonnen took out a section of fence on the Wellington Straight, Hamilton rewarded the flag-waving hordes by winning a thrilling British Grand Prix. 450 more words

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It’s Rosberg with another win in Austria - can anyone stop Mercedes?

When Williams locked out the front row in yesterday’s qualifying session, it was an uplifting result for the officially plucky British squad in a week of entirely predictable misery for English football fans. 702 more words

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Michael Schumacher reportedly “out of coma”

Great news has just arrived. The family of Michael Schumacher has released a statement saying that the seven-time F1 champion is no longer in a coma, and has left intensive care in Grenoble for another hospital.

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Ricciardo wins a thriller in Montreal. Who says modern F1 is boring?

Mercedes headed into the Canadian Grand Prix chasing their sixth consecutive one-two finish, something that no team in Formula One has ever managed to nail. But, despite dominating the 2014 season so far, wise heads like team boss Paddy Lowe knew to temper what looked like favourable odds against the fact that this brilliant street circuit is also a car breaker – tough on engines, even tougher on brakes, and merciless on tyres.

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Rosberg wins the Monaco Grand Prix

Well, that wasn’t quite Senna vs Prost, was it? Maybe inevitably what happened off track (and on the radio) this weekend was bound to prove more compelling than what happened on track, but rest assured Hamilton vs Rosberg (BFFs no longer) is going to make this year’s championship a lot more interesting than Vettel vs Webber ever was. 779 more words

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Rosberg snatches pole in drama-filled Monaco GP

If you don’t have Sky or access to a mate’s Sky, do watch qualifying for tomorrow’s Monaco Grand Prix. Not to see Nico Rosberg take pole — or rather deny Lewis Hamilton a chance at pole (we’ll come to that) — but just to witness this year’s low-grip/monster torque turbo hybrids slide, slip and generally get very sideways on what little track there is between the steel and the concrete in the South of France. 741 more words

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