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Lewis Hamilton nabs fifth Championship title after finishing fourth at Mexican Grand Prix as Max Verstappen wins ahead of Sebastian Vettel

The mathematics beforehand indicated his task should be straightforward but there were moments of awful, crippling anxiety during this Mexican Grand Prix. A coronation? A formality? Well, it did not feel anything like that to him or to us. Appropriately, however, there were glimpses of Hamilton's abundant gifts that make him

Kimi Raikkonen took his first win since 2013 ahead of Max Verstappen as Lewis Hamilton is made to wait for his fifth world championship title after finishing third in US Grand Prix

At moments under the Texan sun, with his foot to the floor, Lewis Hamilton pressed his case as the greatest performer his fast-living sport has ever known. But, when the 56 laps of a pulsating, nail-biting, strategy-impinged US Grand Prix were over, he could not join the man he called Formula

Lewis Hamilton wins pole postion at US Grand Prix as Sebastian Vettel posts second fastest time but will start fifth after picking up grid penalty in second practice

Lewis Hamilton put himself in pole position to wrap up his fifth world title in Sunday's US Grand Prix. The Briton was just six-hundredths of a second faster than Vettel on a windy Austin track as spots of rain started to fall. ‘Oh, for f**** sake,’ lamented the German. If Hamilton converts

Lewis Hamilton wins Singapore Grand Prix topped Sebastian Vettel in drivers’ championship to 40 points

Lewis Hamilton extended his world championship lead to 40 points with victory in the Singapore Grand Prix. Starting from pole, the Brit held off the challenge of Red Bull's Max Verstappen, who finished second, while Sebastian Vettel was third as Ferrari again made hard work of strategy. But Hamilton again proved himself

Lewis Hamilton wins in stunning final lap in wet conditions to take pole ahead of Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas as Sebastian Vettel finishes fourth in qualifying

That you can't tell how much comes down to the car and how much to the driver, is the cry of Formula One's critics. Well, they should have been here at the rain-sodden Hungaroring on Saturday while Lewis Hamilton was rising above his machinery. The Briton produced a stunning lap to put

Sebastian Vettel wins Canadian Grand Prix as rival Lewis Hamilton surrenders championship lead with a point

Sebastian Vettel wins Canadian Grand Prix on the 50th of  career as rival Lewis Hamilton surrenders championship lead with a point. Lewis Hamilton’s radio persona had taken on a despairing air long before the Canadian Grand Prix was over and the inquest began into the possible death of the Mercedes super-team. The