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Hungarian Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton wins to extend title lead




Lewis Hamilton won a tense strategic battle at the Hungarian Grand Prix to head into Formula 1's summer break with a 24-point championship lead.

Ferrari appeared to blow their best chance to challenge the Mercedes driver, delaying a pit stop for Sebastian Vettel long enough to lose their advantage over Hamilton's team-mate Valtteri Bottas and emerge behind the Finn.

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Hungarian Grand Prix: Force India put into administration by High Court

Force India driver Esteban Ocon is on the verge of securing a move to Renault

 

Force India have gone into administration before a possible takeover.

Deputy team principal Bob Fernley confirmed to BBC Sport that the High Court in London had appointed an administrator.

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Daniel Ricciardo: Red Bull driver set to avoid Hungary penalty

Daniel Ricciardo has won two races this season, and is currently fifth in the championship



Red Bull say Daniel Ricciardo will avoid grid penalties at this weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix despite his retirement in Germany on Sunday.

The Australian was given a penalty in Hockenheim for using excessive replacement engine parts.

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Formula 1 abandons plan for Miami grand prix in 2019 and aims for 2020

Miami has now been earmarked to make its F1 debut in 2020



Formula 1 has abandoned plans to hold a grand prix in Miami in October 2019 and has instead delayed the race's intended debut until the following year.

A statement from F1 commercial boss Sean Bratches said time had run out "to deliver the best possible wheel-to-wheel racing experience" in 2019.

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German Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton wins after Sebastian Vettel crashes out


German GP result



Lewis Hamilton took a sensational victory in a thrilling, rain-hit German Grand Prix as Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel crashed out to gift the Mercedes driver a 17-point lead in their championship battle.

Vettel had been cruising to victory ahead of Hamilton's team-mate Valtteri Bottas until rain started to fall with about 25 laps to go.

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