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Korea back on 21-race calendar
Formula 1 could be set for a record 21-race season in 2015 after the Korean GP was unexpectedly provisionally reinstated on the schedule for next year.
BRDC takes Silverstone control
There has been major upheaval at Silverstone with three senior staff suspended and the British Racing Drivers’ Club taking a more hands-on role in the circuit's operation.
FIA confirms 2015 calendar
The FIA has officially confirmed that the 2015 Formula 1 season will run to a 20-race calendar, with the schedule containing only minor tweaks from a leaked list which circulated at Monza.
England quits Silverstone role
Neil England has quit his high-profile role at Silverstone after recent changes by the British Racing Drivers' Club.
Hamilton: 'Rosberg not German'
Lewis Hamilton has ratcheted up the pressure on Nico Rosberg ahead of his Mercedes team-mate’s home race by claiming Rosberg 'isn’t really German'.
Hamilton targets qualifying
Lewis Hamilton has targeted a return to top form in qualifying ahead of F1’s summer break after vowing to launch into “attack mode” now he has all-but cancelled out Nico Rosberg’s championship lead.
Williams surprised by pace
Williams’ Rob Smedley admitted he was “a little surprised” by Valtteri Bottas’ pace in the British GP but has no doubts about the Finn’s potential to go all the way in F1.
Wolff: A big boost for Lewis
Lewis Hamilton’s first home victory for six years will give the British driver a “big boost” in his title duel with Nico Rosberg, Mercedes chief Toto Wolff has predicted.
Button: McLaren on right track
Jenson Button reckons McLaren are now on “the right track” after his fighting fourth place in the British Grand Prix at Silverstone.
Grid penalty for Gutierrez
Esteban Gutierrez has been handed a three-place grid penalty for the German Grand Prix after the stewards found him guilty of causing a collision with Pastor Maldonado in Sunday’s British GP.
Alonso: Pass repeat 'unlikely'
Fernando Alonso has admitted that it's "unlikely" he will ever repeat his daring around-the-outside move on Sebastian Vettel in the British GP.
'Hamilton rescues title bid'
Fleet Street believe that Lewis Hamilton’s victory of the British GP could be the pivotal turning point in the World Championship battle.
Raikkonen a doubt for test
Kimi Raikkonen's heavy race-stopped accident during the British GP could force the Ferrari driver out of next week's test at Silverstone.
Driver reaction - British GP
The 22 drivers have their say on the action at Silverstone where Nico Rosberg retired and Lewis Hamilton took victory.
Hamilton wanted Rosberg duel
Lewis Hamilton says he was “gutted” to have been denied a wheel-to-wheel battle with Nico Rosberg for victory of the British GP by the gearbox failure on the German’s Mercedes midway through the race.
Hamilton wins epic British GP
The World Championship fight is back on. Lewis Hamilton has won the British GP to close within four points of the summit after World Championship leader Nico Rosberg retired from the lead of the race.
Lewis to feed off fan energy
Lewis Hamilton is counting on the support of the massed ranks of fans at Silverstone to help him overcome his qualifying setback in the British GP – although the Mercedes driver admits a race-day fight back is unlikely to prove as straightforward as in Austria.
Weather catches Williams out
Rob Smedley took responsibility for the call that saw Williams fall at the first hurdle in British GP qualifying but reckons the occasional wrong step on their “journey” back to success is inevitable.
Button: Third is 'emotional'
Jenson Button admitted that qualifying third for his home Silverstone race on the same weekend in which fans are helping him celebrate the memory of his late father was an “emotional” achievement.
Maldonado sent to back of grid
Pastor Maldonado has been sent to the back of the grid for Sunday’s British Grand Prix after his Lotus was found not to have enough fuel to provide a sample following qualifying.