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In his 2014 Christmas card the F1 chief sends up his own expensive battle with the German courts in his 2014 Christmas card, but others have felt the force of his satire in previous years
Oliver Brown: Rory McIlroy’s SPOTY defeat to Lewis Hamilton shows the public’s indifference to the sport
Former Diageo chief Paul Walsh pulls out of running for job that would have reined in veteran supremo’s powers
Some of the trophies stolen from Formula One team Red Bull’s factory have been found dumped in a lake, it has been revealed.
What more does the Northern Irishman have to do to win Sport’s Personality of the Year? Turn up with a dog? Ollie Brown is in despair
Northern Irish golfer denies that electing to represent Ireland at the Olympics had a bearing on BBC Sports Personality defeat by Lewis Hamilton
As the Formula 1 driver is attacked for his tax exile status, just how much is Hamilton worth?
James Corrigan: Public failed to understand the brilliance of McIlroy’s year – they obviously prefer men in fast cars
Daniel Johnson: World champion has been rewarded for opening up to the public and Formula One’s huge popularity
BBC Sports Personality of the Year winner Lewis Hamilton tells fans it’s been “an amazing year”
Lewis Hamilton was a resounding winner of the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award after clinching his second Formula One world title in November
Golfer’s surprise defeat in SPOTY vote after his incredible year provokes outrage from Paul McGinley, Ian Poulter and Lee Westwood
Spoty poll result: Rory McIlroy, Lewis Hamilton or even Charlotte Dujardin? Telegraph Sport readers have cast your vote, and the bookies may be calling it wrong…
McIlroy or Hamilton? Follow all the latest news, views and reaction with Jonathan Liew from BBC Sports Personality awards live in Glasgow
Hamilton pips McIlroy to the public vote. Here’s how Jonathan Liew saw the 2014 BBC Sports Personality awards in Glasgow
Rory McIlroy and Lewis Hamilton are the bookmakers’ favourites to win the BBC’s Sports Personality of the Year award, but who would you like to see crowned?
Graphic: The Sports Personality of the Year award will be a showdown between Rory McIlroy and Lewis Hamilton, with the Irishman slight favourite. We compare front-runners…
In pics: After McLaren confirmed Fernando Alonso’s bumper £25 million contract, we take a look at how his earnings compare with other stars
F1 supremo could turn to trusted chief legal officer Sacha Woodward-Hill, and says having a woman as chief executive ‘would not be bad idea’
Spain’s double world champion Fernando Alonso and Britain’s Jenson Button will drive for Honda-powered McLaren next season
Growing up in Hertfordshire town gave Hamilton drive to succeed and locals remain fiercely proud, writes Jim White
Briton takes a massive pay cut from £12m to less than £8m, while new arrival Fernando Alonso will be on £25m-a-year
In pics: Hamilton to Hill, Coulthard to Clark – F1 Correspondent Daniel Johnson ranks and rates the best drivers Britain has ever produced
Interactive: He may have been granted a reprieve by McLaren, but Button still lags behind his Mercedes rival in all-time standings
Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso make up McLaren driver line-up for 2015 ending months of speculation over Briton’s future
Former world champion, who was expected to lose his drive with British team after disappointing season, will still be driving for McLaren next year
James Corrigan: In the seven years from Joe Calzaghe (2007) to Andy Murray (2013), Sir Bradley Wiggins has been England’s only winner. Is this failing reflective of a diminishing standing in sport?
Veteran driver’s future expected to be mapped out in media conference at team’s Woking base on Thursday morning, reports Daniel Johnson
Bernie Ecclestone says Formula One was spared a ‘lousy season’ by the Lewis Hamilton v Nico Rosberg Mercedes sub-plot
Formula One chief executive criticises German’s attitude after failing to successfully defend his title
Bankruptcies and big bonuses dominated the sport this year. Can a repeat perfomance be prevented?
Thieves break into Red Bull’s Milton Keynes factory on Saturday morning and steal more than 60 trophies won by the Formula One team
Daniel Johnson: McLaren perfectly entitled to drop Jenson Button but to drag this shilly-shallying over driver line-up to such lengths disrespectful
Button may be forced to walk away as McLaren board meeting to discuss 2015 line-up ends in deadlock
Button’s impatient to learn if he has part to play as McLaren board meet on Thursday to discuss their 2015 line-up
Impending major changes in the Formula One hierarchy could pile the pressure on Bernie Ecclestone
Commission of experts clear the race officials of any wrongdoing in 396-page report presented to the FIA
Series of recommendations to improve F1′s safety will be presented at World Motor Sport Council council
With Sebastian Vettel departing Red Bull for Ferrari and Fernando Alonso moving on, here’s lowdown on the team line-ups
Briton’s fate will be discussed at a board meeting on Thursday as Ron Dennis keeps drivers in the dark
British world champion says the end of the Formula One title race has defused the tension between Mercedes teammates
Formula One’s new champion is always quick to pick up the Union flag – even though he chooses to live in Monaco, writes Oliver Brown
Paul Hayward: The SPOTY shortlist celebrates the more Corinthian and less popular sports but it is clear that the Ulsterman is the deserved winner
For five seasons I saw Lewis Hamilton play second fiddle to Jenson Button and Sebastian Vettel so it is wonderful to see him come good again, writes Tom Cary
From the most amusing moment of the season to the driver to watch in 2015, David Coulthard makes his picks
Briton says the set-up at Mercedes is ‘incredibly special’ as he looks set to sign a contract to keep him at F1′s dominant team until 2020
In pictures: The 10 nominees for the 2014 BBC Sports Personality of the Year
New Formula One world champion and golf’s world No 1 are leading contenders – but Scottish athletes are excluded following record-breaking Commonwealth Games
He is one of F1′s true greats after winning two world titles – but there are plenty of other reasons why Briton should be BBC Sports Personality of the Year
Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton thanks his fans for their support after winning the F1 title and then shows the experiences sent in by #TeamLH during the tense Abu Dhabi Grand Prix