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Hamilton faster than Vettel in 2nd Abu Dhabi GP practice

ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates (AP) World champion Lewis Hamilton posted the fastest time in the floodlit second practice for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on Friday. Sebastian Vettel was second.

After Vettel achieved a lap record during the first practice in sunny conditions - beating his own mark from 2009 - Hamilton bettered it with 1 minute, 37.877 seconds as nightfall enveloped Yas Marina circuit. Read More...

Hamilton and Vettel already focused on 2018 F1 title battle

ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates (AP) Championship rivals Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel are already looking forward to fighting each other for a fifth Formula One title next year.

With Hamilton wrapping up this year's title two races ago, the pressure is off this week at the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. Read More...

Kubica closer to an F1 return as Williams ponders decision

ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates (AP) After nearly losing his right hand, Robert Kubica could be steering a Formula One car with it next year.

If he returns it will complete a remarkable comeback for the 32-year-old Polish driver, rated as one of the quickest in F1 before a gruesome rally accident left him needing seven hours of surgery on a partially severed right hand, and numerous subsequent operations. Read More...

Future of Brazilian GP at Interlagos in doubt

SAO PAULO (AP) The long-term future of the Brazilian Grand Prix is up in the air.

The Interlagos track, which hosted its first Formula One race in 1972, is due to be sold next year. Although F1 has a contract through 2020, no one seems to know what will happen after that. Read More...

Vettel wins Brazilian GP; Hamilton 4th after starting last

SAO PAULO (AP) It was all about who got the best start at Sunday's Brazilian Grand Prix.

Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel had it, starting from the second spot on the grid. Pole sitter Valtteri Bottas didn't, and it probably cost the Mercedes driver the race. Read More...

Massa says final goodbye to Brazil fans at Interlagos

SAO PAULO (AP) Felipe Massa said his second and final goodbye to home fans in the Brazilian Grand Prix on Sunday with a seventh-place finish that the Williams driver insisted "was just like a victory."

The 36-year-old Massa delivered one of the best starts of the race and finished ahead of long-time rival Fernando Alonso of McLaren. Read More...

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