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Lewis Hamilton 'really happy' before potential US Grand Prix decider




Lewis Hamilton said he was "really happy" with his preparations for what could be the title-deciding race at the United States Grand Prix.

Hamilton, who will seal a fourth title if he wins on Sunday and Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel is lower than fifth, was fastest in both practice sessions.

Read more: Lewis Hamilton 'really happy' before potential US Grand Prix decider


Formula 1: Hamilton focused on his priority to win race amid protesting racial injustices

Hamilton is looking for his fourth straight win at the US Grand Prix after victories in 2014, 2015 and 2016.



Lewis Hamilton says he has "no plans" to 'take a knee' during the American national anthem before Sunday's United States Grand Prix.

Hamilton, 32, said he thought the movement protesting against racial injustice in the US was "awesome".

Read more: Formula 1: Hamilton focused on his priority to win race amid protesting racial injustices

Robert Kubica: Polish driver has 'productive' second Williams test




Robert Kubica has completed a second day of testing for Williams as the team assess the chances of the Pole making a comeback to Formula 1 in 2018.

Kubica, 32, has not raced in F1 since suffering a partially severed right arm in a rally crash in 2011 but is in the running for a Williams seat next year.

Read more: Robert Kubica: Polish driver has 'productive' second Williams test

MotoGP: Andrea Dovizioso wins in Japan to cut Marc Marquez lead

Andrea Dovizioso and Marc Marquez (number 93) have each won five races this season



Italian Andrea Dovizioso snatched a dramatic last-gasp win at the Japanese MotoGP in Motegi to cut Marc Marquez's championship lead to 11 points.

With rain falling on a saturated track, Ducati rider Dovizioso and Honda's Marquez battled on the final lap.

Read more: MotoGP: Andrea Dovizioso wins in Japan to cut Marc Marquez lead


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