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Lewis Hamilton says the fans will inspire him to success in next weekend's British Grand Prix at Silverstone.
Lewis Hamilton is eager to race in the British Grand Prix at Silverstone with the fanatical home support behind him.
Formula One chief Bernie Ecclestone has denied claims he was involved in a plot to oust FIA president Max Mosley.
Honda team boss Ross Brawn believes Lewis Hamilton will become a world champion but says he needs to focus on driving.
Felipe Massa has risen to the top of the standings after recording his third win of the season in the French Grand Prix.
Kimi Raikkonen secured pole position for Ferrari at Mangy-Core for Sunday's Grand Prix with Felipe Massa completing the front row.
Fernando Alonso called on fellow F1 drivers to unite in protest at the rising cost of the super licence which allows them to compete.
Formula One chief Bernie Ecclestone has told teams that he could not be involved in a breakaway from governing body, the FIA.
Lewis Hamilton admits he struggles to cope with the pressure of battling for the F1 title but insists he still enjoys the sport.
Fernando Alonso says he has not yet decided whether to stay with Renault next year amid rumours that he has a contract release clause.
Lewis Hamilton has stated that he believes he can make up for his 10 place penalty at the French Grand Prix and win.
McLaren's British driver Lewis Hamilton believes that BMW Sauber's Robert Kubica can have a big say in this season's F1 title race.
Fernando Alonso believes Renault have to consider abandoning this season and focus on building a competitive car for the future.
Lewis Hamilton says his 10-place grid penalty will have no bearing on the Formula One drivers' championship.
McLaren Mercedes have no complaints over the "hard but fair" 10-place grid penalty imposed on Lewis Hamilton.
Kimi Raikkonen bears no grudge against Lewis Hamilton for the "stupid" shunt that put them both out of the Montreal Grand Prix.
Mark Webber says he is in contract talks with Red Bull Racing but hinted that he may look for a move to one of Formula One's big teams.
Kimi Raikkonen has confirmed that he could retire from Formula One when his current contract with Ferrari expires at the end of 2009.
Kimi Raikkonen is aiming to get his drivers' championship bid back on track at the Canadian Grand Prix after a poor show in Monaco.
Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone fears for the future of Max Mosley, despite him gaining a vote of confidence.
Max Mosley has comfortably won a vote of confidence to continue in his role as president of motorsport's governing body the FIA.
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