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Lewis Hamilton won his 42nd Formula 1 race as he comfortably beat Sebastian Vettel to victory in the Russian Grand Prix and Nico Rosberg retired with a mechanical failure. Rosberg had successfully defended his lead on …

11 Oct 2015   |  2:15 pm GMT  |  306 comments
Nico Rosberg

Nico Rosberg beat Lewis Hamilton to pole position for the Russian Grand Prix, as Mercedes locked out the front row of the grid for the eleventh time in the 2015 Formula 1 season. They are all …

10 Oct 2015   |  2:14 pm GMT  |  106 comments
Daniil Kvyat Carlos Sainz

Daniil Kvyat and Carlos Sainz say they have faith that Red Bull will reach an agreement to keep its main team and Toro Rosso on the Formula 1 grid for 2016. Red Bull is currently evaluating …

08 Oct 2015   |  5:48 pm GMT  |  33 comments
Fernando Alonso

Fernando Alonso has spelled out in the clearest terms that he intends to drive for McLaren in Formula 1 next season and 2017, despite his vocal frustrations with the team’s problems at the Japanese Grand …

08 Oct 2015   |  4:06 pm GMT  |  80 comments
Daniel Riccardo

Formula 1 fans feel little sympathy for Red Bull over its 2016 engine supply problems as the company debates whether to continue in the sport next season, according to our JA on F1 fan poll. The …

07 Oct 2015   |  5:24 pm GMT  |  178 comments
Fernando Alonso Jenson Button

If McLaren fails to win either of the upcoming Grand Prix in Russia and America it will set a new record for the longest gap between race wins in the team’s Formula 1 history. The British …

06 Oct 2015   |  1:12 pm GMT  |  131 comments

Mercedes will clinch its second successive Formula 1 constructors’ title at this weekend’s Russian Grand Prix, if it outscores Ferrari by three points in Sochi. And it will not be just any old trophy - the …

05 Oct 2015   |  1:31 pm GMT  |  72 comments
Manor Mercedes

Manor will run Mercedes power units for the 2016 Formula 1 season after the German marque decided to help the smaller team to boost the “strength in depth” of the sport, according to the Mercedes …

01 Oct 2015   |  3:19 pm GMT  |  194 comments
Jenson Button

Jenson Button has laid to rest any doubts about his retirement and will compete in his 17th F1 season next year, once again with McLaren Honda. Button will be 36 in January and by the …

01 Oct 2015   |  9:57 am GMT  |  145 comments
Carlos Sainz

Here on JA on F1 our goal has always been to bring the fans closer to the sport and one of the best ways to do that is to get an insight into the life …

30 Sep 2015   |  10:27 pm GMT  |  41 comments
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