LONDON, July 29 - The Caterham Formula One team said on Tuesday they were taking legal action against former employees who have threatened to sue for alleged unfair dismissal.
LONDON, July 29 - Lewis Hamilton made a mistake in Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix and it almost cost him dear.
MUNICH, Germany, July 29 - German prosecutors held talks on Tuesday with lawyers for Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone over a possible settlement of his bribery trial.
BUDAPEST, July 28 - Formula One headed for its annual holidays on Monday with some drivers looking forward to the break more than others and plenty to talk about before the next race in Belgium.
BUDAPEST, July 28 - Mercedes panicked in asking Lewis Hamilton to move over for Nico Rosberg in Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix and the Briton was right to ignore the request, according to Niki Lauda.
MELBOURNE, July 28 - Put "baby-faced assassin" Daniel Ricciardo behind the wheel of a Mercedes and there would be no doubt he would take the Formula One title race to the wire, according to compatriot Alan Jones, Australia's last world champion.
BUDAPEST, July 27 - Team by team analysis of Sunday's Hungarian Formula One Grand Prix at the Hungaroring (listed in championship order):
July 27 (Infostrada Sports) - Driver and constructor standings after the Formula One Hungarian Grand Prix at Hungaroring on Sunday Drivers Points 1. Nico Rosberg (Germany) Mercedes 202 2. Lewis Hamilton (Britain) Mercedes 191 3. Daniel Ricciardo (Australia) Red Bull 131 4. Fernando Alonso (Spain) Ferrari 115 5. Valtteri Bottas (Finland) Williams 95 6. Sebastian Vettel (Germany) Red Bull 88 7. Nico Hu
July 27 (Infostrada Sports) - Result from the Formula One Hungarian Grand Prix at Hungaroring on Sunday 1. Daniel Ricciardo (Australia) RedBull - Renault 1:53:05.058 2. Fernando Alonso (Spain) Ferrari +00:05.225 3. Lewis Hamilton (Britain) Mercedes 00:05.857 4. Nico Rosberg (Germany) Mercedes 00:06.361 5. Felipe Massa (Brazil) Williams-Mercedes 00:29.841 6. Kimi Raikkonen (Finland) Ferrari
BUDAPEST, July 27 - Fernando Alonso gave himself an early birthday present, and kept Ferrari sweet, after finishing second in Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix.
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