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2015 F1 qualifying final scores
F1 drivers reveal road mishaps
Following Lewis Hamilton's late-night road accident in Monaco, the world champion's F1 peers have revealed their own road mishaps.
WATCH: Hulk's angry exchange
The movies may have seen The Hulk warning others "you wouldn't like me when I'm angry", but it was F1's Hulk who was on the end of an angry radio exchange in Mexican GP qualifying.
Force India in Aston Martin talks
Aston Martin and Force India are in talks about a partnership which could see the team rebranded as Aston Martin Racing.
Le Mans clash disappoints Hulk
Nico Hulkenberg admitted he is disappointed that the 2016 F1 calendar looks set to prevent him trying to repeat this year’s Le Mans victory with Porsche.
Hulkenberg tops delayed P1
Nico Hulkenberg was fastest in opening practice for the Russian GP in Sochi after a diesel spill on track delayed the start.
Massa: Merc wait 'frustrating'
Felipe Massa admits it is “bit frustrating” that Williams and Mercedes’ other engine customers won't have access to the German manufacturer’s latest-specification engine before the season finishes.
Hulk texts Massa to apologise
Felipe Massa has revealed Nico Hulkenberg texted him to apologise for their collision at last weekend's Singapore Grand Prix.
WATCH: Hulkenberg-Massa collide
Nico Hulkenberg will be demoted three grid places for the Japanese GP after colliding with Felipe Massa in Singapore.
Force India to 'fight like hell'
Force India are going to have to "fight like hell" to secure fifth place in the Constructors' Championship ahead of Lotus, according to Bob Fernley.
'Exciting' fight behind Merc
The battle brewing behind Mercedes at the Italian GP is poised to be an "exciting and "close" multi-team affair, according to Lotus's Romain Grosjean and Force India's Nico Hulkenberg.
'Customer car threat has receded'
Force India's Bob Fernley reckons the threat of customer cars has receded for now, but still thinks a reappraisal of F1's finances is needed to prevent their introduction in the long term.
Hulk staying at Force India
Another piece of the F1 'driver market' jigsaw has fallen into place after Force India announced that Nico Hulkenberg has signed a two-year contract extension with them for the 2016 and 2017 seasons.
Force India up for Lotus fight
Force India say they have no worries about their competitiveness going into the title run-in, after what deputy team boss Bob Fernley described as a “bittersweet” Belgian GP.
Hulkenberg not ruling out Haas
Nico Hulkenberg is confident he still has options despite Kimi Raikkonen re-signing with Ferrari for 2016 – and isn't ruling out moving to Haas.
Hulk & Vettel team up for RoC
Nico Hulkenberg will team up with countryman Sebastian Vettel in the German team for November's Race of Champions at London’s Olympic Stadium.
The F1 drivers' half-term report
Force India expect to fix faults
Force India are confident they will resolve the failures which triggered the spectacular crashes for Sergio Perez and Nico Hulkenberg during the Hungarian Grand Prix weekend.
WATCH: Hulk's wing disintegrates
Watch the scary moment when Nico Hulkenberg's front wing seemingly failed at the Hungarian GP, firing him into the barriers.
Hulk: Back in the spotlight
F1 stories that warm the heart cockles have been a bit thin on the ground lately, meaning anything contrary to the gloom slew really does leap out.