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Lewis Hamilton celebrates his US Grand Prix victory

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Rivals Sebastian Vettel (left) and Fernando Alonso

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Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel won the Indian Grand Prix on today and stretched his Formula One championship lead over Ferrari's Fernando Alonso, who was a battling second, to 13 points with three races remaining.

A view of the Bangkok skyline

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Thailand's government sports authority says it has struck an in-principle deal to host a Formula One race in Bangkok in 2014, with negotiations ongoing about the hosting fee, according to a report in The Nation newspaper.

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Sebastian Vettel in action in Korea

Red Bull team boss Christian Horner struggled to watch Sebastian Vettel's closing laps during Korean Gran Prix victory

Red Bull team boss Christian Horner admitted there were moments when he was almost too scared to watch after Sebastian Vettel overcame tyre degradation concerns to win in South Korea and take over the lead of the World Championship.

Sebastian Vettel sets the fastest time in practice for the Korean Grand Prix

Grosjean promises no more first-lap crashes

Lotus' impetuous young driver Romain Grosjean yesterday acknowledged that he will be running on borrowed time if he gets involved in another first-lap collision with a rival at tomorrow's Korean Grand Prix.

Take Two! Weather set fair for Felix Baumgartner's fresh attempt at supersonic skydive

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The "extreme athlete" Felix Baumgartner is hopeful that his second attempt at a supersonic skydive over New Mexico can take place on Sunday.

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A view of the Bangkok skyline

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A grand prix in Thailand is on the cards from 2014 as an agreement is understood to have been reached in principle for a race to be run around the streets of Bangkok.

Hamilton: 'This win shows it is all still to play for'

Lewis Hamilton was feeling particularly patriotic after his own spectacular goldrush in Hungary yesterday. "It does feel extra special to win here after the recent Olympics [opening] ceremony. I'm rooting for all our teams and wishing them the best, and I can't wait to watch it all on TV. Having the Olympics back in the UK is great for Great Britain, which is why I carried the flag on my helmet today. And now I feel like I've done my part even though we're not there."

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