Williams driver Susie Wolff made history in practice for the British Grand Prix but it lasted only 22 minutes

British Grand Prix 2014: Susie Wolff the first woman to take part in a Formula One race weekend in 22 years

Wolff may have made history but it only lasted a disappointing four laps

It has been a tough year for McLaren, but Jenson Button remains eighth on the overall championship standings

British Grand Prix 2014: McLaren all need to work harder, Jenson Button tells Ron Dennis

2009 world champion reacts to chief executive's claims that he needs to try harder

Jenson Button says he is focusing on improving McLaren's results despite his contract running out at the end of the season

British Grand Prix: Jenson Button focusing on getting McLaren back to front of grid before he addresses contract situation

Button is out of contract at the end of the season but says he 'doesn't know why' McLaren wouldn't want to keep him

Red Bull Formula One driver Daniel Ricciardo of Australia celebrates after winning the Canadian F1 Grand Prix at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal

F1 British Grand Prix: Daniel Ricciardo concedes 'it's a shame' that end of Red Bull dominance coincides with his promotion to world champions

Ricciardo won his maiden grand prix in Canada this season and while the going has been good, he admits the team's results could be a lot better

The Mercedes sculpture at the Goodwood Festival of Speed

Goodwood Festival of Speed 2014: Sebastian Loeb takes the spoils of quickest run of the weekend but misses out on Nick Heidfeld's 15-year record

Loeb's Peugeot 208 T16 Pikes Peak was 1.22 s clear of his nearest rival as an eventful weekend came to a thrilling close

Jenson Button of Great Britain and McLaren arrives in the paddock with his girlfriend Jessica Michibata ahead of the Austrian Formula One Grand Prix

F1 British Grand Prix 2014: Jenson Button gets warning from Ron Dennis that he 'must try harder' in battle with McLaren team-mate Kevin Magnussen

McLaren chief admits that while the car is not the best this year, he'd like to see Button doing more to beat rookie Magnussen

Lewis Hamilton is all smiles ahead of this year's British Grand Prix

F1 British Grand Prix 2014: 'I'm gunning for Silverstone,' says Lewis Hamilton

The British driver tells David Tremayne he is desperate for his first home victory since 2008 to reignite his world championship challenge to team-mate Nico Rosberg

Sir Chris Hoy crashes a Nissan GT-R at Goodwood

Goodwood Festival of Speed video: Olympic champion Chris Hoy crashes Nissan GT-R during Saturday shootout

Six-time gold medalist now races for Nissan in the British GT championship but suffered a nasty accident at the Festival of Speed

Lewis Hamilton of Great Britain and Mercedes GP drives during the Austrian Formula One Grand Prix

Austrian Grand Prix: Pit-stop errors end Lewis Hamilton hopes as Nico Rosberg lead grows

It was yet another Mercedes one-two, but Hamilton lost further ground in the championship race

Formula One Austrian Grand Prix: Gerhard Berger swears during live Sky coverage

Former F1 star forced Jonny Herbert into an apology

Felipe Massa secures his first pole since 2008

F1 Austrian Grand Prix qualifying: Felipe Massa seizes chance as Mercedes misfire

Brazilian on pole for first time since 2008. By David Tremayne in Spielberg

Lewis Hamilton led his team-mate Nico Rosberg by more than a third of a second in practice yesterday

Formula One: Lewis Hamilton wins the first round against Nico Rosberg

Lewis Hamilton led his team-mate Nico Rosberg by more than a third of a second in practice yesterday

Nico Rosberg of Germany and Mercedes GP drives during practice ahead of the Austrian Formula One Grand Prix at Red Bull Ring on June 20, 2014 in Spielberg

F1 Austrian Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton tops Friday practice in bid to return to winning ways

Hamilton renewed his battle with team-mate Nico Rosberg while Fernando Alonso showed signs of improvement in his Ferrari

Kimi Raikkonen’s Lotus - before he left and THAT 'rabbit' tweet

Lotus F1 PR chief ‘fired for gay kiss tweet in support of athletes at Sochi Winter Olympics’

The branding guru apparently later tweeted ‘Lotus=Putin’

Daniel Ricciardo and Christian Horner celebrate the Canadian Grand Prix victory

F1 Austrian Grand Prix: Christian Horner accepts Red Bull still have 'a mountain to climb' in effort to catch Mercedes as Austria returns to the F1 circus

Horner hopes his team can build on their surprise victory for Daniel Ricciardo in Canada two weeks ago

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