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Mark Webber and Serbastian Vettel

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Max Chilton becomes latest Briton on F1 grid after landing Marussia deal

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Ferrari boss Stefano Domenicali fears Fernando Alonso's Formula One world title hopes could be scuppered this weekend unless his team give the Spaniard a fighting chance in qualifying.

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Nico Hulkenberg

Nico Hulkenberg switch from Force India to Sauber confirmed

Sauber have unsurprisingly swooped to sign Nico Hulkenberg who has long been linked with a race seat since Sergio Perez announced his forthcoming switch to McLaren.

It was a positive day at the office for Lewis Hamilton

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McLaren driver Lewis Hamilton will join Mercedes from next season on a three-year contract.

It was a positive day at the office for Lewis Hamilton

Button and Hamilton sing despite the rain

McLaren duo set the pace in practice while Schumacher endures worst possible start

Jenson Button pictured in Germany

Jenson Button leads McLaren one-two before rain hits practice for German Grand Prix

Wretched weather again dogged practice which offered few clues as to the potential victor of this weekend's German Grand Prix. .

Lewis Hamilton celebrates his most recent win at the Canadian Grand Prix earlier this year

Lewis Hamilton seeks a return to winning ways in 100th GP

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