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Last Updated Thursday March 22 2018 03:44 AM IST

Ferrari could lead others out of F1: Marchionne

Speaking to reporters at the Italian team's pre-Christmas lunch in Maranello, the Fiat Chrysler chief executive said his previous threats to take Ferrari out of the sport after 2020 should not be taken lightly.

Hamilton crowned world champion

With Formula One chairman Chase Carey looking on, newly-re-elected International Automobile Federation president Jean Todt handed the 32-year-old Mercedes driver the silverware he won in Mexico with two races to spare.

Massa to leave F1 for good

The 36-year-old had been due to retire last season, but was recalled by the Williams team after Valtteri Bottas left for Mercedes following the surprise retirement of 2016 world champion Nico Rosberg.

Ferrari could leave F1 after 2020

Ferrari could quit Formula One after 2020 if the sport's new owners take it in a direction contrary to the Italian sportscar maker's interests, chairman Sergio Marchionne said.

Vettel wins Hungarian GP in Ferrari one-two

In his 50th race for Ferrari, the four-time champion German controlled the contest from pole position in stifling heat to reel off his first win in five races since the Monaco Grand Prix.

Not missing India one bit, says Mallya

The flamboyant businessman, currently fighting a high-profile Indian extradition request, speaks instead of 'enjoying the fruits' of his labors on track and planning high-flying Force India's next decade.

Mallya mulls Force India name change

The Silverstone-based team has gone through various guises already, starting out as Jordan in 1991 and then becoming Midland in 2006 and Spyker in 2007 before Mallya took control in 2008.

Vettel cruises to victory in Australian GP

Four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel won the Australian Grand Prix for Ferrari on Sunday to dash Mercedes' hopes of extending their dominance into a fourth successive season of Formula One.

Australian GP: Hamilton clinches pole

Hamilton's flying lap of one minute 22.188 seconds set a new record at Albert Park, but was only 0.268 seconds in front of German Vettel, offering the tantalizing prospect of a competitive championship after three years of domination by the Silver Arrows.

Mercedes rope in Bottas; Massa returns

Valtteri Bottas replaced retired Formula One world champion Nico Rosberg at Mercedes, with Brazilian veteran Felipe Massa coming out of retirement to take the Finn's seat at Williams.

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