Johannesburg, Oct.12 - Reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton has secured his ninth title of the season by cruising to a commanding victory at the Russian Grand Prix in Sochi on Sunday.
Hamilton took the lead when his Mercedes' team-mate Nico Rosberg retired mid-way between the race after suffering from mechanical misfortune.
Reflecting on his triumph, the defending two-time world champion said that he felt really excited as Rosberg was really close to him.
Four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel , who won last in Singapore, finished second ahead of Sergio Perez of Force India.
London, Sept. 23 - Reigning Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton has revealed that he was concerned with Mercedes' poor showing in Singapore and said that he has no confidence that the German car manufacturer would be able to reassert their dominance in this week's Japanese Grand Prix.
Hamilton was forced to retire from the Marina Bay circuit after his Mercedes car suffered a throttle malfunction , which reduced the Briton's championship lead over nearest challenger Nico Rosberg to 41 points.
London, July 14 - What if not wearing a tie cost him the Royal box seat at the Wimbledon final, Lewis Hamilton has trended something that is not so obvious for men and is making the world go "floral."
The 30-year-old World Champion, who loves his clothes and is always up on his fashion, was spotted wearing 190 pounds shirt by Etro for the July 12 match, reported the Mirror.
London, July 13 - If you don't have a tie and shirt then you won't get to see the Wimbledon final: this is exactly what happened to Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton, who was banned from the Royal Box on July 12.
The 30-year-old racer, who was due to sit alongside Benedict Cumberbatch and Anna Wintour, was barred by officials after he arrived dressed up in a colourful ensemble, reported the Daily Mail.
The F1 champion wore a floral shirt and camel-coloured suede shoes topped with a hat.
London, July 06 - Reigning Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton recovered from a shaky start and rain to win an exciting British Grand Prix at Silverstone.
Although Hamilton suffered a bad start by losing the lead off the line to both Williams vehicles, he had to wait until the first round of pit stops to reclaim the lead, the BBC reported.
However, the race turned out to be the best of the season when rain showers hit the track on lap 36. Nico Rosberg seemed to have benefitted from the downpour as he eclipsed both Williams in quick succession to close the gap on Hamilton.
London, June 9 : Formula One Champion Lewis Hamilton claims that he is living his life on a natural high and doesn't need drugs or alcohol to enjoy.
Talking about the sport's leading figures who have hit the darker side of fame, the 30-year-old racer said he is not going to get lost, in fact, he never ever wanted to do it either, reports the Mirror.
Moreover, the World Champion claims that he can't understand why people do it.
London, June 8 - Reigning Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton extended his drivers' championship points lead to 17 after he eased past his team mate Nico Rosberg to claim a comfortable victory in the Canadian Grand Prix.
While the Briton led a Mercedes-powered podium along with Rosberg, who finished second, Williams' Valtteri Bottas fended off Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen to secure third spot.
London, June 6 : Reigning Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton expects Sunday's Canadian Grand Prix race to be a close encounter between Mercedes and arch-rivals Ferrari, whom he believes, have significantly gained pace with their upgraded engine.
While the Mercedes driver finished Friday's both practice sessions as the fastest driver before crashing in torrential rain, Italian team Ferrari have brought an upgraded engine to Montreal with a power boost.
London, June 6 - Lewis Hamilton stayed top of the timesheets despite crashing into the tyre wall after a rain-lashed Canadian Grand Prix practice.
The 30-year-old Formula One champ headed Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel despite kerb-hopping the last chicane on what would have been his fastest lap.
The Mercedes driver put Monaco's disappointment behind him to set the pace in a dry morning session before rain came and made the circuit un-drivable.
When rain hit, Hamilton slid at the hairpin, breaking his front wing, the BBC reported.
Johannesburg, June 5 - Lewis Hamilton has vowed that he still has complete trust in the strategic decision-making of his Mercedes team and has moved on from the race-costing aberration in Monaco.
Hamilton said he does not look back, but only looks forward. He said training and trying to come back strong this weekend, Sport24 has reported.
The Formula One Champion said it was really irrelevant what happened in the past now and there was nothing he could do about it, so there's no point dwelling on it.
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