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Check out the latest breaking Formula 1 news and results for all the Grand Prix from the Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday


Formula One teams vote unanimously to keep using the current specification of Pirelli tyres

All 10 Formula One teams have unanimously voted to keep the current specification of Pirelli tyres after testing and analysing results of a new prototype in Abu Dhabi, the sport's governing body ...


Ferrari go public about pursuit of Lewis Hamilton with Brit's contract up after the 2020 season  

JONATHAN McEVOY IN ABU DHABI: Ferrari have admitted for the first time that they are considering a move for Lewis Hamilton with his contract due to expire after the end of the 2020 racing season.


Ex-Ferrari chief Ross Brawn tells Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc to follow Lewis Hamilton

Former Ferrari chief Ross Brawn has called on one of the Italian team's warring drivers to follow Lewis Hamilton's example and accept blame for their collision in Brazil as tension rumbles on.


Prime Minister Boris Johnson urged to make six-time Formula One World champion Sir Lewis Hamilton

EXCLUSIVE BY JONATHAN McEVOY: As Lewis Hamilton whisked friends and family away to celebrate his sixth world championship the great and good were working on another important trip.


Valtteri Bottas keeps faint title hopes alive with pole position for United States Grand Prix

Valtteri Bottas hopes of at least delaying Lewis Hamilton's coronation of being crowned a six times world champion were boosted in qualifying after he took pole position for the United States GP.


Max Verstappen responds to Lewis Hamilton criticism over driving style after Mexico Grand Prix

Max Verstappen claimed Lewis Hamilton criticised his aggressive driving style only because he had got into the world champion's head. Hamilton said he feared being 'torpedoed' by the Dutchman.


Ross Brawn fails in bid for qualifying sprint race as Formula One bosses abandon controversial plans

The experiment would have seen the Saturday qualifying replaced with a sprint race, in which drivers lined up in reverse championship order, with the leading driver starting at the back.


Valtteri Bottas suffers crash in Mexican GP qualifying as Max Verstappen takes pole position

JONATHAN McEVOY IN MEXICO CITY: Lewis Hamilton was given an unexpected leg-up towards claiming his sixth world title after Max Verstappen was stripped of pole position for the Mexican Grand Prix.


Charles Leclerc quickest in Mexican Grand Prix final practice with Lewis Hamilton fourth fastest

Lewis Hamilton could win his sixth title on Sunday but was only fourth fastest in final practice for the Mexican Grand Prix which only had dry running for the final 15 minutes of the hour session...


New Japanese GP footage shows Lewis Hamilton dodging debris from Charles Leclerc's car by INCHES!

Hamilton narrowly avoided being struck by a huge piece of debris from Leclerc's Ferrari, which broke off after the front wing of his car was damaged in a collision on first lap of Sunday's race.


Lewis Hamilton dedicates Mercedes' historic Formula One title to late legendary driver Niki Lauda

Mercedes clinched the title and with Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas the only men left in the running for the drivers' championship, they will become the first team to win six consecutive crowns.


Formula 1 news: Max Verstappen rages at Charles Leclerc after collision on first lap of Japanese GP

After starting fast in fifth, Verstappen moved to overtake his rival but was shunted off the track and eventually had to retire from the race, with officials launching an investigation afterwards...


Lewis Hamilton backs F1 bosses' decision to delay changes to typhoon-threatened Japanese Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton believes his title defence will not be blown off course by super typhoon Hagibis even if it causes Saturday's Japanese Grand Prix qualifying session to be postponed.


Juan Manuel Correa facing lengthy rehab after undergoing 17 hours of surgery to save his right leg

Formula Two driver Juan Manuel Correa has spoken publicly for the first time since he suffered severe leg injuries in an accident in Belgium last August that killed French racer Anthoine Hubert.