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Hamilton claims 100th win, heartbreak for Norris

Lewis Hamilton claimed his 100th race at the Russian Grand Prix after a late rain shower prompted one of the wildest finishes Formula One has ever seen.

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Putting Hamilton's 100 F1 wins in perspective

Lewis Hamilton has redefined what is possible from a Formula One driver. His 100 career victories put him in unprecedented territory -- and he's going to continue raising the bar.

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RUSSIAN GP HIGHLIGHTS

Hamilton secures 100th Grand Prix win in Sochi

Lewis Hamilton retakes the lead in the drivers championship with his 100th career Grand Prix win.

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Norris loses 1st place with heartbreaking late skid off the track

Lando Norris skids off in wet conditions as Lewis Hamilton takes full advantage with just three laps to go.

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Sainz surges into the lead at turn 1

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Norris, Sainz and Russell provide another reminder of F1's golden future

An uncharacteristic Lewis Hamilton error in qualifying for the Russian Grand Prix opened the door for three of the sport's rising stars, including first-time pole man Lando Norris.

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Norris takes stunning first pole in Sochi

Lando Norris took the first pole position of his career at the Russian Grand Prix after he made the most of a drying track in the final moments of qualifying to set the fastest time ahead of Carlos Sainz and George Russell.

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Norris goes wild after securing his first ever F1 pole

McLaren's Lando Norris takes pole position for the first time in his F1 career at the Russian Grand Prix.

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RUSSIAN GP

Sochi FP3 cancelled, qualifying delay possible

The third practice session at the Russian Grand Prix has been cancelled due to heavy rain at the Sochi Autodrom on Saturday morning.

Bottas, Hamilton set ominous pace in practice

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Hamilton can empathise with 'intense' pressure Verstappen is feeling

Lewis Hamilton said he knows the "intense" pressure title rival Max Verstappen must be feeling as he battles for his first Formula One championship.

Verstappen hits out at 'hypocrites' who said he walked away from Hamilton crash

Max Verstappen has called people who suggested he walked away without checking on Lewis Hamilton in Monza 'hypocrites', while also questioning why his title rival was able to attend the Met Gala despite saying he had injured his neck.

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Hamilton knocks over pit crew member after misjudgment in the pits

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