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After Silverstone
Championship Standings:

Drivers' Standings
1 Sebastian Vettel 171
2 Lewis Hamilton 163
3 Kimi Raikkonen 116
4 Daniel Ricciardo 106
5 Valtteri Bottas 104
6 Max Verstappen 93
7 Nico Hulkenberg 42
8 Fernando Alonso 40
9 Kevin Magnussen 39
10 Carlos Sainz 28
11 Esteban Ocon 25
12 Sergio Perez 23
13 Pierre Gasly 19
14 Charles Leclerc 13
15 Romain Grosjean 12
16 Stoffel Vandoorne 8
17 Lance Stroll 4
18 Marcus Ericsson 3
19 Brendon Hartley 1
20 Sergey Sirotkin 0

Constructors' Standings
1 Ferrari 287
2 Mercedes 267
3 Red Bull/Renault 199
4 Renault 70
5 Haas/Ferrari 51
6 Force India/Mercedes 48
7 McLaren/Renault 48
8 Toro Rosso/Honda 20
9 Sauber/Ferrari 16
10 Williams/Mercedes 4

Latest F1 News and Commentary

Hamilton wins rain-hit German GP
  After Vettel crashes out from lead
Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas finished 1-2 in the German GP ahead of the Ferrari of Kimi Raikkonen after the Ferrari Sebastian Vettel crashed out from the lead on slick tires on a rain slickened Hockenheim circuit. Vettel on harder tires than Lewis Hamilton, went sliding off into the barrier while Hamilton was able to keep his Mercedes on track with the stickier rubber. Max Verstappen and Nico Hulkenberg rounded out the top-5.
German GP Post-Qualifying Press Conference
  Top-3 Qualifiers
1 – Sebastian VETTEL (Ferrari)
2 – Valtteri BOTTAS (Mercedes)
3 – Kimi RAIKKONEN (Ferrari)
Vettel takes pole for German GP
  As Hamilton breaks
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel won his 55th F1 pole Saturday in qualifying for his home Grand Prix in Hockenheim, Germany. Vettel's lap of 1m11.212s was a new track record and beat the Mercedes of Valtteri Bottas by 2/10ths of a sec and his Ferrari teammate Kimi Raikkonen by another 1/10th. Max Verstappen and Kevin Magnussen rounded out the top-5 while Lewis Hamilton's car broke in Q1 and will start 14th.
Banning of Tire Blankets in F1 a big topic of discussion
  in Friday's German GP Press Conference
Bob BELL (Renault)
Andrew GREEN (Force India)
Pierre WACHE (Red Bull Racing)
Paddy LOWE, (Williams)
Germany GP Thursday Press Conference
  Four Drivers
Brendon HARTLEY (Toro Rosso)
Nico HULKENBERG (Renault)
Sergio PEREZ (Force India)
Sebastian VETTEL (Ferrari)
British GP Post-Race Press Conference
  Top-3 Finishers
1 - Sebastian VETTEL (Ferrari)
2 - Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes)
3 - Kimi RAIKKONEN (Ferrari)
Vettel beats Hamilton to win British GP
  Breaks Hamilton's dominance at Silverstone
The best race of the year so far, ended with a win for Scuderia Ferrari, which sees Sebastian Vettel increase his lead by 7 points to 8 in the Drivers’ championship and the Ferrari team extend its advantage by 10 points to 20 in the Constructors’. While Vettel grabbed the lead at the start from polesitter Lewis Hamilton, the race was far from over and it came down to a battle royale over the last 7 laps with Vettel passing Valtteri Bottas for the lead and then holding off Lewis Hamilton and Kimi Raikkonen for the win.
British GP post-qualifying press conference
  Top-3 Drivers
1 – Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes)
2 – Sebastian VETTEL (Ferrari)
3 – Kimi RAIKKONEN (Ferrari)
Hamilton pips Ferraris to win British GP Pole
  0.098s separates top-3
Lewis Hamilton won his 4th consecutive British GP pole by beating Sebastian Vettel's Ferrari by just 0.044s setting up an all front row for the two titans of F1 on Sunday. Vettel set a new lap record and then Hamilton beat him with a time of 1m25.892s while Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen also came close to take third just 0.098s behind the Mercedes. Valtteri Bottas will start 4th in the 2nd Mercedes while Max Verstappen rounded out the top-5 for Red Bull.
British GP Friday Press Conference
  Team Reps
Zak BROWN (McLaren)
Guenther STEINER (Haas)
Claire WILLIAMS (Williams)
Vijay MALLYA (Force India)
British GP Thursday Press Conference
  From Silverstone
Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes)
Charles LECLERC (Sauber)
British GP Preview
  by Haas and Mercedes teams
Silverstone is considered one of Formula One’s power circuits. The 5.891-kilometer (3.660-mile), 18-turn track that is roughly a two- hour drive from London is one of the series’ fastest venues, with an average speed of around 230 kph (143 mph). It is the third longest track on the Formula One schedule, and the majority of its layout is comprised of medium- and high-speed corners, allowing drivers to run at full-throttle for 70 percent of their lap.
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