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Last Updated Saturday September 23 2017 09:57 PM IST

Vettel wins Hungarian GP in Ferrari one-two

In his 50th race for Ferrari, the four-time champion German controlled the contest from pole position in stifling heat to reel off his first win in five races since the Monaco Grand Prix.

Not missing India one bit, says Mallya

The flamboyant businessman, currently fighting a high-profile Indian extradition request, speaks instead of 'enjoying the fruits' of his labors on track and planning high-flying Force India's next decade.

Mallya mulls Force India name change

The Silverstone-based team has gone through various guises already, starting out as Jordan in 1991 and then becoming Midland in 2006 and Spyker in 2007 before Mallya took control in 2008.

Vettel cruises to victory in Australian GP

Four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel won the Australian Grand Prix for Ferrari on Sunday to dash Mercedes' hopes of extending their dominance into a fourth successive season of Formula One.

Australian GP: Hamilton clinches pole

Hamilton's flying lap of one minute 22.188 seconds set a new record at Albert Park, but was only 0.268 seconds in front of German Vettel, offering the tantalizing prospect of a competitive championship after three years of domination by the Silver Arrows.

Mercedes rope in Bottas; Massa returns

Valtteri Bottas replaced retired Formula One world champion Nico Rosberg at Mercedes, with Brazilian veteran Felipe Massa coming out of retirement to take the Finn's seat at Williams.

Taylor Swift helps US GP to a record crowd

Sunday's US F1 Grand Prix reversed a trend of declining audiences with its biggest crowd yet, according to organizers who said 269,889 attended over the three days at the Circuit of the Americas.

Upset Hamilton hints at conspiracy theory

Hamilton was left to wonder whether 'the man above or a higher power' was conspiring to deny him a fourth F1 title after a blown engine forced him to retire while leading Sunday’s Malaysian GP.

F1 faces big shake-up after Liberty deal

Formula One faces its biggest shake-up in decades with the announcement that US cable TV mogul John Malone's Liberty Media has agreed to take control of the cash-generating glamour sport.

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