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Lewis Hamilton after victory in Hungary

F1: Lewis Hamilton dedicates win in Hungary to ex-girlfriend Nicole Scherzinger

Lewis Hamilton dedicated his fourth Hungarian Grand Prix win and his first victory for Mercedes to ex-girlfriend Nicole Scherzinger and described the victory as a "Band Aid" which would temporarily heal his troubles off the track.

Hungarian Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton snatches first Mercedes win

Lewis Hamilton finally grabbed his first victory with Mercedes by taking a record-equalling fourth chequered flag in Hungary.

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Below is the top ten from the Hungarian Grand Prix, for which Britain's Lewis Hamilton qualified on pole, after 41 laps of the 72 lap race. A full report will follow soon after the finish.

Lewis Hamilton made it three pole positions in a row for the first time in his Formula One career as he confounded himself and his team

Hungarian Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton takes pole

Lewis Hamilton made it three pole positions in a row for the first time in his Formula One career as he confounded himself and his team.

Lewis Hamilton's worst fears confirmed by Sebastian Vettel

Briton admits to lack of pace in his Mercedes as tyre problem leaves them trailing Red Bull

F1: Sebastian Vettel leads Red Bull one-two during practice in Hungary

The current leader in the title race is the fastest in Hungary

Sebastian Vettel of Germany and Infiniti Red Bull Racing prepares to drive during practice for the Hungarian Formula One Grand Prix at Hungaroring

F1: Fernando Alonso fears long summer if he loses further ground on Sebastian Vettel

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It began a string of bizarre tyre explosions as both Ferrari’s Felipe Massa and Torro Rosso driver Jean Eric-Vergne suffered the same incident just a few laps later

Lewis Hamilton climbs from last to fourth in British Grand Prix as series of drivers' wheels explode

The spectacular tyre failure that robbed Lewis Hamilton of the British Grand Prix victory he was determined to deliver to his legion of fans not only handed the win to his Mercedes’ team-mate Nico Rosberg but proved a prelude to a dramatic and dangerous day which moved Red Bull design guru Adrian Newey to suggest that the sport had had a “narrow escape.”

Whole-life sentence: List of current prisoners serving whole-life tariffs

The following is a list of current prisoners serving whole-life sentences, and the date they were given the tariff. Some of the prisoners, such as Peter Sutcliffe, received an initial sentence for their crimes long before the whole-life tariff was imposed.

Sebastian Vettel on his way to victory in the German Grand Prix

German Grand Prix: Sebastian Vettel pips Raikkonen to win his first home race at the Nurburgring

Champion holds off challenge as Hamilton slips from pole to fifth and blames Pirelli tyres

Britain's Lewis Hamilton took pole position for home team Mercedes on Saturday for Sunday's German Formula One Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton takes pole position for tomorrow's German Grand Prix

Britain's Lewis Hamilton took pole position for home team Mercedes on Saturday for Sunday's German Formula One Grand Prix.

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Sebastian Vettel leads Pirelli praise in tyre turnaround ahead of German Grand Prix

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Lewis Hamilton was one of six drivers to suffer a blown tyre

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