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Bottas: First GP win 'well worth the wait'

Valtteri Bottas has said that his first-ever Formula 1 win of his career was "well worth the wait" after a tense and tight finish at the Russian Grand Prix.

Race: Bottas holds off Vettel for first win

A storming start from third to first set up Valtteri Bottas for his maiden F1 win with the Mercedes driver holding off Sebastian Vettel to triumph in Russia.

'Huge excitement' as Sauber switch to Honda

Sauber have confirmed that they will be switching to Honda power come 2018, saying it is a "huge honour".

Qualy: Vettel puts Ferrari back on pole

Sebastian Vettel claimed his and Ferrari's first pole position since 2015 as he romped to P1 at the Sochi circuit, qualifying ahead of Kimi Raikkonen for a Scuderia 1-2.

Mercedes to start using team orders

Niki Lauda has confirmed that Mercedes will start using team orders as they try to counter the threat posed by Ferrari.

Hamilton refutes 'sandbagging' claims

Lewis Hamilton has denied Mercedes "sandbagged" during Friday's practices for the Russian GP, saying that's a Ferrari trick and not one that Mercedes have ever used.

Vettel won't be 'misled' by gap to Mercedes

Although reasonably happy with Ferrari's pace in Friday's practice for the Russian GP, Sebastian Vettel says he won't be "misled" by the Scuderia's advantage over Mercedes.

FP2: Vettel on top as track record tumbles

Sebastian Vettel set the new fastest time ever seen in Sochi as he led a Ferrari one-two after FP2 for the Russian Grand Prix.

Hamilton: Team orders in special circumstances

Lewis Hamilton says should the need arise in "special circumstances", Mercedes will use team orders as they did in Bahrain.

Bottas: Team orders not on the table

Valtteri Bottas insists Mercedes have not had the talk about team orders despite twice being told to move over for Lewis Hamilton in Bahrain.

Halo out, transparent screens in

Formula 1 is to renew its efforts into coming up with a transparent 'shield' device as authorities try to settle on a driver head protection system in time for the 2018 season.
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