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Hamilton does not feel comfortable racing in Saudi Arabia

Lewis Hamilton says he does not feel comfortable racing at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix this weekend, saying Formula One is "duty bound" to raise awareness about human rights concerns in the country.

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British politicians want F1 action over Saudi Arabia

A group of British politicians has written to Formula One CEO Stefano Domenicali encouraging the sport to take action over human rights abuses in Saudi Arabia.

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Racing proud: How motorsport is slowly changing for LGBTQ+ staff

Formula 1, and motorsport in general, has traditionally been aimed at straight men for decades, but with organisations like Racing Pride championing diversity, LGBTQ+ staff and drivers are starting to feel more comfortable being out.

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Legendary F1 team founder Williams dies at 79

Frank Williams, the founder of one of Formula One's most successful and popular teams, has died at the age of 79.

Ecclestone: F1 owes its success to men like Williams

Former Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone paid tribute to the late Frank Williams as a pioneer who helped to build the modern sport and without whom it might have ceased to exist.

As Hamilton rises, Horner & Red Bull fall from grace

Max Verstappen looked like he was cruising to the F1 title at the Mexican GP, but two races later Lewis Hamilton has blown the fight wide open. The mounting pressure on Red Bull was clear to see in Qatar.

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F1 title picture: Momentum with Hamilton, points lead with Verstappen

Back-to-back victories for Lewis Hamilton have completely changed the feel around his championship battle with Max Verstappen.

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Hamilton beats Verstappen in Qatar, Alonso scores podium

Lewis Hamilton claimed a comfortable win over title rival Max Verstappen at the Qatar Grand Prix to cut his championship lead to just eight points with two races left.

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Wolff, Horner square off over Brazil, rear wings and F1 protests

F1's title battle spilled off the track and into the news conference room at the Qatar GP as Mercedes' Toto Wolff and Red Bull's Christian Horner were pitched against each other in a war of words. Here are the best bits of their 30-minute exchange.

Full verdict: FIA denies Mercedes' request for a review

The FIA has denied Mercedes' request for a right for review over the incident between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton at the Brazilian Grand Prix last week.

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