Lewis Hamilton celebrates victory in Russia

F1 US Grand Prix 2014: How soon could Lewis Hamilton win the Drivers' Championship?

The battle between Hamilton and his rival Nico Rosberg looks set to go down to the wire, but here's a way that it might end sooner than you think

Jules Bianchi of France and Marussia arriving for the drivers' parade prior to the Japanese Formula One Grand Prix on 5 October

Jules Bianchi update: Family release statement to confirm F1 driver remains 'critical but stable' following Japanese Grand Prix crash

Bianchi suffered an axonal diffuse head injury during the Grand Prix at Suzuka earlier this month and his family have issued a statement to inform fans of his condition

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US Grand Prix 2014: Sebastian Vettel and Daniel Ricciardo want to see full grids in F1 ahead of four-car absence in Texas

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Marussia mechanics and engineers stand behind Jules Bianchi's No 17 car in Sochi

F1: Marussia demise may not be the last, warns Max Mosley after team goes into administration

Marussia will miss the United States Grand Prix this weekend

Max Chilton in action in his Marussia in Russia

F1: Marussia placed into administration and will join Caterham in missing United States Grand Prix

Both Caterham and Marussia have serious financial troubles as the 2014 season nears its close

Marcus Ericsson of Sweden and Caterham drives during the Russian Formula One Grand Prix at Sochi Autodrom

F1 United States Grand Prix: Bernie Ecclestone to allow Caterham to miss Texas

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Marcus Ericsson of Sweden and Caterham drives during the Russian Formula One Grand Prix at Sochi Autodrom

Future of Caterham F1 team in danger amid feud between old and new owners

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Nico Hulkenberg to remain with Force India for 2015 as Viyay Mallya hails German driver as a 'true racer'

Hulkenberg says he has 'enjoyed' this season with the Force India team and is looking forward to remaining with them next year

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Ferrari bring Luca di Montezemolo’s faded court crashing down with announcement that Fernando Alonso will leave Maranello

Star driver's exit and blast from new president mark end of ex-president's aristocratic reign

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F1: Fernando Alonso to leave Ferrari at end of the season, confirms recently-departed president Luca Di Montezemolo

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Jules Bianchi remains in a 'critical but stable' condition

Jules Bianchi: Marussia 'shocked and angered' by media reports they urged Bianchi to not slow down under caution flags before his crash

Bianchi is still in a critical but stable condition following the accident at the Japanese GP

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