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After 81 attempts, Valterri Bottas finally wins his first grand prix race by edging Sebastian Vettel by six tenths of a second in Russia.

"I'm thrilled to be making a one-off return to Formula One racing."

Button will be the most experienced driver in the race as he makes his 306th start.

It was Hamilton's 54th career win and a record fifth in Shanghai.

The Briton eased his Mercedes across the line 6.2 seconds ahead of Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel.

Sauber driver Pascal Wehrlein, who skipped the opening race in Australia due to a back injury, will return to action April 30th in Russia.

Need a new rear wing flap? No problem.

It allows quick modifications and weight savings.

Formula One moves on from Australia to Shanghai.

Sebastian Vettel's win in Australia ended a victory drought for Ferrari.

He follows last year's U.S. Grand Prix performance by Taylor Swift.

He's bringing sexy racing fans back.

Häkkinen won F1 championships in 1998 and 1999.

The Finnish driver will be McLaren's Partner Ambassador.

It's not a flying pig, but it is pink and it has a wing.

Life at 11,000 rpm is rough.

Expect the Formula One-derived V6 to make more than 1,000 horsepower.

It will be drivers' final steppingstone to Formula One.

There is now a full pathway from karting to F1.

Juan Manuel Fangio was briefly held in an attempt to embarrass the Cuban government.

No crazy turbo V6 under the hood, but it's not the worst special edition out there.

The Halo didn't make it to the starting grid in 2017, and might not be there in 2018.

Brawn, who has led some of the most important F1 teams, could be a good fit for series CEO.

The current Australian, former Formula One Driver, is hanging up the helmet.

If you want to win in racing, you sweat each single part of the car.

But will Apple's recent automotive reboot stall the project?

Forget about making its own car, Apple's looking to go straight into the supercar segment.

Bunte falsely stated that Schumacher had recovered enough to walk after his skiing accident.

Two years after his accident, Schumacher still can't walk.

Legal action prevents the Monza and F1 from officially signing a deal.

After years of contentious negotiations between Monza and Formula 1, the two sides finally agreed to a three-year deal to keep the race on the outskirts of Milan.

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