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The Briton has gone all the way to win the title on each occasion after winning the British Grand Prix at the famous course
Dillon was on the chasing pack on the final lap at Daytona but unfortunate contact sent him flying into the air and into the track barricade
The 17-year-old won the top prize in both the individual and team competitions and thanked her family for the support following her win
Crowds at Britain’s premier motor sport event were given some inadvertent X-rated entertainment when a screen got ‘stuck’
Record-breaking world champion hailed afterwards as “the complete driver” says seeing the joy of 140,000-strong Silverstone crowd got to him
They say he’s largely unloved and has to spray his charisma on but the Sports Personality of the Year drew 140,000 fans to Silverstone — then won for them
Lewis Hamilton pulled off one of his best performances of the season and was watched on by a host of stars from varying sports
Jordan criticised Dennis earlier this week for the way he is currently running the McLaren team, something which Dennis didn’t take kindly to hearing
The British driver dealt with the conditions well to take the win, but there was misery for Jenson Button, who bowed out in the first lap
Scot says the world champion ”plays by his own rules” and even called him ”one of the best drivers the sport has ever produced”
The Brit was the fastest man on the track on Saturday, but countryman Jenson Button will start back in 18th
The Brit was the fastest man on the track on Saturday, but countryman Jenson Button will start back in 18th
The 30-year-old Mercedes star has won his home Grand Prix twice before going on to win the world title on both occasions
In one of most revealing and intimate interviews of his career, Hamilton asked, above all, for one thing – to be accepted for who he is
The world champion is frustrated after finishing a distant fourth in the first day’s practice session
Events in France and Germany have been axed and Italy may go the same way as financial pressures affect the sport
Vettel was accused of not being exciting enough by the F1 chief but he says that he is merely a normal guy away from the pits when he enjoys his downtime
Survey conducted in 194 countries reveals world champion competing in his home Grand Prix this weekend is just the grid’s FOURTH most popular driver
MI5 rates the national threat level as “severe” and a record 350,000 fans are expected at Silverstone this weekend for the country’s biggest sporting event
The Brit has had no shortage of opportunities to check the trophies out this season, but hasn’t been impressed with how they look
The world champion signed a record £95m deal in May but team chief Toto Wolff has revealed other drivers tried to get in on the act
The Englishman is having his worst ever start to an F1 season as his team’s troubled relationship with engine suppliers Honda goes from bad to miserable
The world champion is even tempted to have a medal forged if he wins on Sunday because he thinks the quality of F1 trophies has dipped
The driver was able to hoist himself out of the vehicle after a dramatic crash back into the ground, where the car landed nose-first
Horner had been reported to be on the brink of the exit from the MK-based team following a poor start to the season but he’s now put pen to paper
Fans of motorsport enjoyed the annual event in West Sussex, with Jenson Button and Felipe Massa among the names on show
The 35-year-old McLaren driver, whose team is enduring a nightmare season, has yet to make the podium at Silverstone – but he’s vowed to end the jinx
Formula E’s inaugural season is coming to a close in London this weekend and Virgin Racing’s chief sees big things for the future of the sport
The Conservative politician drove the battery-powered car around the track for this weekend’s races in Battersea Park
De Villota was testing for then F1 team Marussia in 2013 when she collided with a parked lorry – she lost an eye in the accident and died a year later from her injuries
De Villota was testing for then F1 team Marussia in 2013 when she collided with a parked lorry – she lost an eye in the accident and died a year later from her injuries
Formula One stars Kimi Raikkonen and Felipe Massa will be among the most famous drivers making an appearance
The 23-year-old suffers from cerebral palsy but doesn’t take medication for the issue which affects him 24 hours a day
Gustavo Menezes’s shunt was similar to ex-F1 star Mark Webber’s incident at Valencia in 2010 – both were lucky to walk away unscathed
The champion led for a 17th successive race at last weekend’s Austrian Grand Prix and legendary Scot admits he’s surprised how long his mark has lasted
RSE Ventures is expected to lodge a formal offer in the coming weeks, with British supremo Ecclestone ready to part with his 5% stake in the sport
RSE Ventures is expected to lodge a formal offer in the coming weeks, with British supremo Ecclestone ready to part with his 5% stake in the sport
Reports had suggested that the Red Bull principal was set to be replaced by Gerhard Berger, a friend of owner Dietrich Mateschitz
“I don’t feel you carry anything through from one race to the next,” says British world champion as German gets his title hopes back on track with three wins in four races          
The Spaniard’s McLaren ended up on top of the Ferrari after a first-lap collision – and both were very lucky to escape injury
“I can’t explain what happened, you’ll have to ask the team” shrugs Brit after delayed take-off allows teammate Rosberg through to power his way to victory
The racing team’s season went from bad to worse as both Button and Fernando Alonso exited the race before lap 10
Rosberg claimed his third victory of the season to close the gap between him and Mercedes teammate Hamilton to just 10 points at the top of the Drivers’ Standings
The world champion and teammate Rosberg both overcooked it chasing top spot PLUS: Button tries to laugh off record TWENTY-FIVE place grid penalty
The world champion roared into the record books with a stunning qualifying lap to snatch an unexpected pole in Spielberg
Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso both suffered horrendous days in Austria as their seasons went from bad to worse
The claim was made ahead of the Austrian Grand Prix where crowds are expected to fall 40% from last year’s 95,000 sell-out
The defending world champion has never won in Austria and struggled on the first day of practice in Spielberg, but remains confident of succeeding
The defending world champion halted Nico Rosberg’s run of back-to-back wins a fortnight ago in Montreal but has been told not to rest on his laurels
Raikkonen is out of contract at the end of the current season and could depart Maranello after a disappointing couple of seasons on the track