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What will softer tyre compounds mean for the second race at Silverstone?

F1 will return to the scene of its three tyre failures with softer compounds next weekend, so now Pirelli understands the issues, what might that mean for racing?

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Pirelli says tyre failures related to wear levels, extreme forces

Formula One's tyre manufacturer, Pirelli, has concluded that the failures it experienced at the British Grand Prix were related to a combination of high wear levels and extreme forces.

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BRITISH GRAND PRIX

Why Verstappen pitted and Hamilton didn't

A look at the decisions being made on the Mercedes and Red Bull pit-walls in the frantic and dramatic last laps of the British Grand Prix.

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How the wild final laps of the British Grand Prix unfolded

A blow by blow account of the final laps of the British Grand Prix, which saw dramatic late punctures for both Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas as they ran first and second.

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Hamilton crawls home to win despite puncture

Lewis Hamilton manages a seventh British Grand Prix title with a front puncture. Watch the British Grand Prix on ESPN.

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'Crazy' 3-tyre finish by Lewis Hamilton

Nate Saunders reacts to Mercedes' double-tyre disaster and Lewis Hamilton's three-wheel finish at the British Grand Prix.

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'Bad luck' as Bottas misses out on points

Nate Saunders feels sorry for Valtteri Bottas as he misses out on points and possibly the championship.

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Saunders: Red Bull might wonder what might have been

Nate Saunders says Max Verstappen could have won the British GP if he had not pitted.

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Perez: Testing positive 'one of the saddest days of my career'

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