Lewis Hamilton drives during practice for the Monaco Grand Prix

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Bernie Ecclestone has pressed for a Monaco-style Grand Prix to be staged in the capital

A frosty Lewis Hamilton (left) and Nico Rosberg after the Monaco Grand Prix

F1: Nico Rosberg bites back after Lewis Hamilton jibe

Hamilton made jibe about his teammates nationality

A frosty Lewis Hamilton (left) and Nico Rosberg after the Monaco Grand Prix

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Hamilton put himself back in contention for the drivers' championship with a home victory at Silverstone, but Rosberg will have home support at the German Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton sprays the champagne after his victory at Silverstone

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The Mercedes driver won the British Grand Prix to close the gap on his team-mate

Nico Rosberg drives ahead of Lewis Hamilton at Sunday’s British Grand Prix. The head-to-head between the Mercedes team-mates has delivered at times breathless racing

British Grand Prix 2014 comment: F1 risks losing its soul since the centre of gravity shifted from driver to vehicle

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British Grand Prix: Jenson Button is denied a fairy-tale ending by 0.8sec gap

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Lewis Hamilton celebrates his victory at the British Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton wins British Grand Prix: ‘Underdog’ has his day as luck for once smiles on Hamilton

The start finish straight was swamped in Union Jack flags as the British fans celebrated a first home victory at Silverstone since Hamilton's 2008 triumph

Lewis Hamilton celebrates his victory at the British Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton wins the British Grand Prix: Hamilton reignites the title race with second home win

Rosberg retired with a gearbox failure to allow Hamilton to romp to victory

Kimi Raikkonen's heavily damaged Ferrari spins back on to the Silverstone track after hitting Felipe Massa

F1 British Grand Prix: Race red flagged on opening lap after heavy crash for Kimi Raikkonen

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F1 British Grand Prix: Jenson Button sits pretty in pink in memory of his late father

Button has asked fans at Silverstone to wear pink in memory of his late father John, who died at the start of the year

Lewis Hamilton of Great Britain and Mercedes GP drives during final practice ahead of the British Formula One Grand Prix at Silverstone Circuit

F1 British Grand Prix: Another mistake suggest problem is in Lewis Hamilton’s mind

The former world champion’s mental strength is questioned by Stewart after a further misjudgement hands pole to his Mercedes team-mate

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F1 British Grand Prix: Nico Rosberg claims poll during crazy qualifying session

Lewis Hamilton will start at Silverstone sixth on the grid

Mechanics get to work on Nico Rosberg’s car during practic

British Grand Prix 2014: Differing styles give Lewis Hamilton good excuse to keep secrets

It was a case of good and bad news for Lewis Hamilton here yesterday. On the one hand he was quicker than team-mate Nico Rosberg, who is currently 29 points ahead of him in their world championship fight. On the other, his Mercedes cut out and rolled to a halt soon after he had achieved that.

Lewis Hamilton set the fastest time during practice at Silverstone yesterday, although he later suffered engine failure

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