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3hLaurence Edmondson

Hamilton wins dramatic British Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton won a dramatic British Grand Prix, overcoming a poor start, rain showers and an attack from his team-mate Nico Rosberg to secure victory on home soil.

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33mLaurence Edmondson

Mercedes open to future Red Bull engine deal

Mercedes is "leaving the door open" to supplying Red Bull with engines in the future amid rumours a deal could be brokered via luxury car brand Aston Martin.

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3hNate Saunders

Emotional Hamilton hails 'perfect' pit call

World champion's decision to take intermediate tyres on lap 43 proved to be the decisive moment in dramatic fight with Williams and Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg.

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1hNate Saunders

Raikkonen admits he misjudged the rain

Finn was one of four drivers to pit early for intermediates and the decision backfired, with the rain not intensifying further for another four laps.

2hNate Saunders

Vettel on third: 'That's England for you!'

Vettel was able to leapfrog both Williams drivers for the final spot on the podium after a perfectly-timed pit stop on lap 43 as the rain intensified.

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8hLaurence Edmondson

Mercedes open to exploring ways for rivals to catch up

Mercedes is open to finding ways to allow Renault and Honda to catch up with their engine development as long as it does not result in a total freeze on its own development.

1dNate Saunders

Qualifying tweaks key for pole - Hamilton

World champion says he was struggling with understeer in qualifying but tweaks to set-up allowed him to "go all out" on crucial opening run in Q3.

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1dLaurence Edmondson

Mercedes 'in a different world' - Vettel

Sebastian Vettel said Mercedes were "in a different world" after Lewis Hamilton qualified a second one second clear of the fastest Ferrari at the British Grand Prix.

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1dNate Saunders

P3 and P4 key in Ferrari battle - Massa

Labels his last lap 'fantastic' as he out-qualifies Valtteri Bottas and helps Williams lock out second row ahead of rivals Ferrari in battle for best of the rest.

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1dNate Saunders

Button: 'Sticking together' key for McLaren

Button says he and team-mate Fernando Alonso know they have to stay positive after qualifying 17th and 18th for the British Grand Prix.

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1dKate Walker

F1 bosses in agreement shocker

Kate Walker looks at the ramifications of the Strategy Group's latest proposals and whether they will lead to an improved spectacle.

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1dMaurice Hamilton

British Grand Prix: 50 not out

Maurice Hamilton looks back over the 50 British Grands Prix (yes, 50!) he has attended as man and boy.

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2dLaurence Edmondson

Only certainty is Mercedes will be quick - Vettel

Sebastian Vettel is under no illusion that Mercedes will be hard to beat at Silverstone this weekend, despite finishing ahead of Lewis Hamilton in Friday practice.

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2dLaurence Edmondson

Rosberg plays down Friday practice pace

Nico Rosberg is not convinced his advantage during Friday practice for the British Grand Prix is representative of his true position ahead of qualifying.

Maurice Hamilton

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  • British Grand Prix: 50 not out

    - Maurice Hamilton

    Maurice Hamilton looks back over the 50 British Grands Prix (yes, 50!) he has attended as man and boy.

Kate Walker

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  • Accentuate the positive

    - Kate Walker

    Is the media to blame for the current negativity surrounding F1? Kate Walker suspects the problems lie elsewhere...

British GP preview

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  • F1 needs a thriller at Silverstone

    - Laurence Edmondson and Nate Saunders

    ESPN looks ahead to all the action at this weekend's British Grand Prix and why F1 needs an entertaining race to inject some positivity into the 2015 season.

Kate Walker

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  • New owners for F1

    - Kate Walker

    Kate Walker looks at the possibility of CVC selling F1 and what it would mean for the sport.