Novak Djokovic: Twelve-time Grand Slam champion will not play again in 2017

Media playback is not supported on this device Twelve-time Grand Slam champion Novak Djokovic will not play again in 2017 because of an elbow injury. Former world number one Djokovic, 30, retired injured during his Wimbledon quarter-final match against Tomas Berdych on 12 July. He claimed to have been suffering from an elbow problem for…

British Grand Prix Quiz: Hamilton, Prost or Clark?

Lewis Hamilton has equalled Alain Prost and Jim Clark’s record of five British Grand Prix wins – but how many of those race wins can you identify when presented with clues? Watch out! Make sure you choose the right driver and the right year… This content will not work on your device, please check Javascript…

British Grand Prix Quiz: Hamilton, Prost or Clark?

Lewis Hamilton has equalled Alain Prost and Jim Clark’s record of five British Grand Prix wins – but how many of those race wins can you identify when presented with clues? Watch out! Make sure you choose the right driver and the right year… This content will not work on your device, please check Javascript…

Lewis Hamilton proud after British Grand Prix record

Lewis Hamilton said he was “proud” to have joined Alain Prost and Jim Clark as the record holder for most British Grand Prix wins. The Mercedes driver’s victory at Silverstone on Sunday was his fifth – and it moved him to within one point of Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel in the championship. “It has taken me…

Lewis Hamilton proud after British Grand Prix record

Lewis Hamilton said he was “proud” to have joined Alain Prost and Jim Clark as the record holder for most British Grand Prix wins. The Mercedes driver’s victory at Silverstone on Sunday was his fifth – and it moved him to within one point of Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel in the championship. “It has taken me…

British Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton says support of crowd makes him faster

Lewis Hamilton said he believed the support of the crowd helped give him extra speed, after he secured pole for Sunday’s British Grand Prix. The Mercedes driver was 0.547 seconds faster than Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen in second and 0.776secs clear of team-mate Valtteri Bottas, who was fourth. Hamilton likened the support to that 1992 champion…