Germany's Sebastian Vettel has once again won the world championship in Formula 1 racing, for the fourth time in a row. The Red Bull driver secured the title with three races still to go in the season.
Formula 1's teams and the FIA have agreed to introduce a protective structure, known as a "Halo," for the 2018 season. It's designed to protect drivers' exposed heads, after a series of sometimes fatal accidents.
New technical regulations, new owners, faster cars, and just maybe - with a little luck - a more competitive field than in recent Mercedes-dominated years: Here's what you need to know about the upcoming F1 season.
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel smashed the Monaco lap record in practice for Sunday's Grand Prix. Fellow contender Lewis Hamilton was quickest in first practice but was way down the timesheets in the later session.
Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton put his tricky start to the season to one side to narrowly beat Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel to Spanish Grand Prix pole. Vettel, of Germany, was just 0.051 seconds behind his British rival.
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