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Mercedes take front row as new rule limits communications between the teams and their drivers

Lewis Hamilton will start the Singapore Grand Prix from pole

F1 Singapore Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton wonders if he has found a chink in Nico Rosberg's armour

The Mercedes team mates will be rivals again in Singapore

Niki Lauda of Mercedes wants his drivers to battle each other for the title

F1 Hungarian Grand Prix: Niki Lauda denies Sebastian Vettel rumour as Lewis Hamilton sets the early pace

Lauda denies Vettel rumours in no uncertain terms as Hamilton races ahead

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Lewis Hamilton celebrates on the podium after winning the Malaysia Grand Prix

Malaysian Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton ends his Malaysian drought after leading Mercedes one-two

It was Mercedes' first one-two since they returned to Formula One as a works team in 2010

Kamui Kobayashi will return to Formula 1 with Caterham after a year out of the sport with the Ferrari sportscar programme

F1: Kamui Kobayashi returns to Formula One with Caterham - and will drive for free

Kobayashi returns to the paddock after a year out of the sport with last year's partnership of Charles Pic and Giedo van der Garde axed

Bailing out: Ian Bell fails to make his ground at The Gabba on Friday

The Last Word: England must tear up cook book and find better recipe

The only way is not Essex as tottering management and coaching structures need dismantling

Michael Schumacher is seen in the pits during a training session at the Ricardo Tormo racetrack in Cheste near Valencia in 2006

Michael Schumacher condition no longer critical, manager Sabine Kehm confirms

Schumacher has been in a medically induced coma since he suffered head injuries after a skiing accident on 29 December

NASCAR team owner Gene Haas could launch a bid for a place on the F1 grid

F1: America could have a place on the grid for 2015 as NASCAR team owner Gene Haas declares interest in potential entry

Haas is one half of the successful Stewart-Haas Racing team currently plying their trade in the American motorsport

Bernie Ecclestone faces a bribery trial in Munich in April

Can Bernie Ecclestone survive latest blow to his F1 rule?

As Formula One's 'ringmaster' faces a trial in Germany, what are the implications for the sport he has dominated for decades?

Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone faces bribery charges, a German court has ruled.

Bernie Ecclestone steps down from Formula 1 board pending bribery trial in Germany

Mr Ecclestone is accused of making a corrupt payment to a German banker

Bernie Ecclestone, president and CEO of Formula One Management

German prosecutors set to charge Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone over alleged $44m bribe

In 2012, a court sentenced German banker Gerhard Gribkowsky to eight-and-a-half years in prison for taking the alleged payment for organising the sale of a large stake in the sport

Max Chilton will remain with Marussia for the 2014 Formula One season

F1: Max Chilton to remain with Marussia for 2014 season after setting rookie record last time out

Chilton became the first ever driver to finish every race in his debut season

Bernie Ecclestone is vowing to fight the new £244m lawsuit

F1’s Bernie Ecclestone may be sued again once bribery case ends

Bernie Ecclestone is facing the prospect of another major lawsuit which could threaten his position in Formula One’s driving seat if he loses his current High Court battle, The Independent can disclose.

Adrian Sutil has been confirmed as a Sauber driver for 2014 after he was replaced at Force India by fellow-German Nico Hulkenberg

F1: Adrian Sutil confirmed as Nico Hulkenberg's replacement at Sauber after Force India exit, dealing another blow to Paul Di Resta's hopes

Straight-swap for Sutil and Hulkenberg with Di Resta battling with Russian teenager Sergey Sirotkin and current driver Esteban Gutierrez for final seat with the Swiss team

Pirelli tyres suffered a spate of blow-outs at the British Grand Prix in June

McLaren and Force India miss early tyre test

McLaren and Force India have pulled out of next week's run-out in Bahrain to test next year's Pirelli tyres.

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