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It's wheels up with Formula 1 champ and Mercedes AMG Petronas non-executive chairman, Niki Lauda, who flies Graham and his team from Austria to Belgium aboard his private jet and talks with Graham about his racing career that was the basis for the feature film, "Rush." The F1 icon looks back on a lifetime of racing and business successes, including rejecting his family fortunes to get into the sport, the fiery crash at Nurburgring and life on the circuit today with Mercedes F1, Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas.
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Lewis Hamilton extended his championship lead with second place at Malaysian Grand Prix. Red Bull's Max Verstappen took a dominant victory. Hamilton's title rival Sebastian Vettel recovered impressively from the back of the grid in his Ferrari after engine problems in qualifying to finish fourth and minimise the damage to his title hopes.

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McLaren - Stoffel Vandoorne took his second consecutive seventh position in a race after finishing what he described as ‘the best race of my F1 career’ in today’s Malaysian Grand Prix.
Fernando finished 11th, narrowly missing out on a world championship point. His race never quite fell into a groove – he was delayed at the second corner by cars rubbing wheels ahead of him, and was often embroiled in long scraps with other cars in the midfield.
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Williams F1 Lance Stroll finished eighth and Felipe Massa ninth in the final Malaysian Grand Prix. Lance Stroll and Felipe Massa both started on the supersoft tire. Both drivers had strong starts, gaining a number of positions on the opening lap. Contact with Ocon at Turn 2 pushed Felipe back to 10th, whilst Lance moved up to eighth.
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Renault Sport Formula One Team endured a difficult race at the Malaysia Grand Prix with driver Nico Hülkenberg finishing sixteenth overall. After spinning his car twice during the race, teammate Jolyon Palmer finished fifteenth.
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Max Verstappen gave himself the perfect 20th birthday present by taking a flawless Malaysian Grand Prix victory ahead of Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton. The celebrations were doubled for the Red Bulls as Daniel Ricciardo took his 26th career podium finish and the team's 145th, with third place.
There was drama before the start when Kimi Räikkönen reported a loss of power on his laps to the grid. Ferrari tried to fix the issue on the grid but eventually they were forced to roll his car from its P2 grid slot back to the garage, where eventually they had to retire him from the race. It meant that fourth-on-the grid Daniel had a clear view of the long run down to Turn 1.
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Unfortunately this wasn't our race weekend – I think that we could've scored some good points with Carlos because he showed some really good pace and the strategy the team decided to go with seemed to be working well. Unfortunately, he then had an electrical problem coming from the Power Unit and he had to retire. Pierre did a fantastic job again today – this was his first weekend with the team and he performed very well. I'm looking forward to seeing him race again in Suzuka because it's a race track he knows from the Japanese Super Formula championship.
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Daniil Kvyat: "It was a great race where we were not rewarded, unfortunately. We had good pace out there today and I think that, without the grid penalty, we could've been fighting for points. On the positive side, it's good to bring the car home and to gain five positions at a track like the Hungaroring isn't bad – I enjoyed it out there today! I'm now looking forward to the summer break and having some time off before focusing again to get the best out of the second half of the season!"
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Sebastian Vettel took his fourth victory of the season at the Hungarian Grand Prix ahead of team-mate Kimi Raikkonen to establish a 14-point lead over Lewis Hamilton as the Briton finished fourth, behind team-mate Valtteri Bottas.
While the result reflected the quartet’s starting positions, the 70 laps were not without drama, however.
http://www.fia.com/news/f1-vettel-victorious-ferrari-claim-one-two-finish-hungary
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Fan-tastic indeed! Probably the most hardcore rally fans on this planet :) 10 rolls & 5 offtrack from Päijälä stage 29 July 2017 Neste Rally Finland
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