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  • Hamilton storms to British GP pole

    Silverstone : Hamilton storms to British GP pole Lewis Hamilton stormed to a provisional fifth Silverstone pole of his career after a dazzling performance during a rain-affected qualifying session today for the British Grand Prix.


    Mallya asks Indian authorities to interview him in London

    London: Embattled Indian tycoon Vijay Mallya has accused Indian authorities of conducting a “witch hunt” against him even as he invited them to come to London for interviewing him, claiming he has “nothing to hide” In an interview with ‘Autosport’ published this week, Force India Formula 1 team principal Mallya said his presence in India is impossible because his diplomatic passport has been revoked.

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    Sighted Again: Life goes on, says Mallya at F1 event

    Silverstone : Embattled Indian business tycoon Vijay Mallya, declared a proclaimed offender by a Mumbai court in a money laundering case, on Friday said that “life must go on” as he made a rare public appearance on the Formula 1 racing track here.

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    Vijay Mallya to make rare public appearance on Friday in Britain

    Silverstone: Troubled Indian businessman Vijay Mallya is set to make a rare public appearance in the United Kingdom on Friday when he is scheduled to attend the team bosses press conference ahead of the Formula 1 British Grand Prix.

  • Formula 1 season 2016 to start earlier

    Sochi: The latest version of the 2016 Formula 1 calendar has next season starting two weeks earlier than originally planned in Australia on March 20.

  • Sebastian Vettel wins Singapore GP

    Singapore :  Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel won the Singapore Grand Prix on Sunday and runaway championship leader Lewis Hamilton retired mid-race, injecting new life into the fight for the Formula One title.

  • Formula One: Vettel stuns Hamilton with Singapore pole

    Singapore :  Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel denied Lewis Hamilton a record-equalling eighth straight pole position as he dominated qualifying for the Singapore Grand Prix on Saturday.

  • Hamilton ‘carrying the baton’ for idol Senna

    Singapore :  Lewis Hamilton said he was “carrying the baton” for Ayrton Senna as he bids to match his idol’s tally of 41 wins in 161 races at the Singapore Grand Prix.

  • Hamilton’s Italian GP win confirmed after inquiry

    Monza :  Lewis Hamilton’s 40th career victory in Italian Grand Prix was confirmed on Sunday when the stewards at the race meeting decided to take no further action after investigating claims that his Mercedes car was running on tyres that infringed the regulations.

  • Hamilton cruises to Belgian win

    Belgium :  Two-time world champion Lewis Hamilton extended his lead in this year’s title race to 28 points when he claimed a near-flawless victory ahead of Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg in the Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps on Sunday.

  • Lewis secures fifth Hungarian GP Pole

    Budapest :  Defending world champion and series leader Lewis Hamilton bidding for a record fifth Hungarian Grand Prix victory will start from pole for Sunday’s race after posting the fastest time in qualifying on Saturday.

  • Hamilton extends lead with impressive British win

    Silverstone (UK) :  Reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton won his second successive British Grand Prix on Sunday to extend his lead in the championship standings over Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg.

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    Lewis Hamilton seeks to halt charging Rosberg

    Silverstone (United Kingdom): World champion Lewis Hamilton is seeking a return to his most dominant form on home soil this weekend when he bids to beat Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg in the British Grand Prix. The 30-year-old Englishman has only a 10-points advantage over the German following Rosberg’s victory at the Austrian Grand Prix and knows he needs to regain his earlier supremacy to repeat his triumph in last year’s race.

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    Force India set sights on claiming fourth spot

    Silverstone (England): Formula 1 team Force India has set its sight on claiming fourth spot in the constructors’ championship, toppling Red Bull as its upgraded car arrives for the British Grand Prix this weekend.