1st (277 Pts)
2nd (229 Pts)
Lewis Hamilton says he’s “not fussed” after being outqualified by Nico Rosberg for the second time in as many races.
Lewis Hamilton would relish a Bahrain 2014-esque battle with Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel at every race in 2016.
Mercedes will supply Manor with their latest engines from 2016 as backmarkers replace Lotus in champions' customer stable.
Nico Rosberg isn't ruthless enough to be a world champion, according to F1 Midweek Report guests Ted Kravitz and David Brabham.
Bernie Ecclestone believes Mercedes were prepared to offer rivals Red Bull a supply of engines for 2016.
Nico Rosberg's title bid against Lewis Hamilton is not being hampered by the German being too "nice", says Toto Wolff.
Lewis Hamilton says he's 'proud' of his move on Nico Rosberg at the start of the Japanese GP that saw his team-mate run off track.
Niki Lauda says Red Bull only have themselves to blame for missing out on an engine supply from Mercedes next year.
Lewis Hamilton has extended his world title lead over Nico Rosberg to 48 points after winning the Japanese GP at Suzuka.
Watch as Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg fight for the lead of the Japanese GP on the opening lap at Suzuka
Lewis Hamilton has rued the red flag for Daniil Kvyat's crash at Suzuka which cost him a last-gasp shot at pole position.
The F1 field will be "starting from zero" when action resumes at Suzuka on Saturday after Friday's action was dogged by rain.
Lewis Hamilton has insisted his confidence in Mercedes remains absolute, despite quotes to the contrary after Singapore.
After “strange” weekend in Singapore, Lewis Hamilton targets Japanese GP win at a track Mercedes say should suit them better.
Toto Wolff says Mercedes worked too long and hard to be successful in F1 to hand Red Bull an advantage with their engines.
Martin Brundle reckons Mercedes’ troubles in Singapore were track-specific, although he also thinks Ferrari upped their game.
Toto Wolff has urged Mercedes to "stay calm" after their shock Singapore humbling as he's sure their issues were track specific.
Lewis Hamilton's Singapore GP retirement was caused by a broken clamp in his Mercedes power unit, the team have confirmed.
World champion Lewis Hamilton was forced to retire from the Singapore GP after his Mercedes car was hit by a throttle failure.
World champions not expecting to turn round their Singapore struggles and win Sunday's race, Toto Wolff admits.
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