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F1 Hungarian GP: Esteban Ocon takes victory after eventful race – as it happened

Well that was a frequently breathtaking race, with a horribly messy start, some compelling battles and a debutant winner in the hugely likeable Esteban Ocon. The title race has been well and truly shaken up again with Lewis Hamilton regaining the lead from Max Verstappen on another nightmare afternoon for Red Bull. The Briton leads the world championship standings by six points as we head into the summer break, and there’s all to look forward to when racing resumes. Thanks for your attention, emails and tweets. Bye.
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The collisions that defined some of F1's iconic rivalries

There are few sports in which the stakes are higher than in Formula One. Sporting glory is one thing, but when the competition can land you in hospital, or worse, the events that unfold on track take on another dimension. It's no surprise, then, that the collision between Max Verstappen...
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Was Lewis Hamilton really to blame for his collision with Max Verstappen?

SILVERSTONE, U.K. -- The dust won't settle on the British Grand Prix for a while. The collision between title contenders Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton at Silverstone was not only a significant moment in this year's championship, but also be a defining moment in what looks set to become one of F1's most legendary rivalries.
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F1 2021 Review

The world of F1 was set to be transformed this year, thanks to the prospect of radical new regulations and cars. However, like so many things during the pandemic, the changes were delayed until 2022 – leaving F1 in a 12-month holding pattern. The real-life 2021 season seemed poised to offer few surprises, but the reality is that this season has so far been the most interesting championship in years.
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Brawn hopes collisions will stop, Ecclestone blames Hamilton

Formula One's motorsport director, Ross Brawn, hopes Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen can avoid colliding in the future so that fans will be able to enjoy the battle between the two drivers. Verstappen crashed out of Sunday's British Grand Prix after making contact with Hamilton, who was attempting to take...
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Vettel at risk of Hungarian GP disqualification over F1 fuel sample

Vettel finished second at the Hungaroring after rising up the order early on following the chaotic opening lap, narrowly losing out on victory to Alpine's Esteban Ocon. It marked Vettel's second podium of the year for Aston Martin, but the four-time world champion is at risk of being thrown out of the race.
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Verstappen rues "freak moments" that cost him F1 points lead

On a damp track a slow starting Valtteri Bottas lost control of his Mercedes and slammed into the back of McLaren's Lando Norris, who then slid into the side of Verstappen's Red Bull. The incident, which also ended up taking out Verstappen's teammate Sergio Perez and brought out the red...
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Ricciardo: Current F1 form is a 'sad reality' for now

The Australian has endured a tougher than expected time in getting used to the unique characteristics of the McLaren F1 car this year. And while he has made some progress in adjusting his driving style to try to get on top of the MCL35M, he still has not found a big enough breakthrough to be able to consistently match teammate Lando Norris.
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Has Formula 1 ever increased a penalty after an appeal?

The FIA announced on Tuesday that Red Bull have protested the penalty that Lewis Hamilton received at the Formula 1 British Grand Prix, believing it wasn’t harsh enough. This isn’t the first time an F1 team has protested a penalty, but has the FIA ever changed a penalty after a protest, and has it ever increased the severity of one after an appeal?
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