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Live Reporting

By Gary Rose

All times stated are UK

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    What a race! Here's hoping we see more like that for the rest of the season.

    A record-breaking sixth home win for Lewis Hamilton, who will now switch his sights to another record - most wins in Formula 1.

    Eleven to go to equal it - 11 races remaining this season. Will he hit the target this season? On current form you cannot bet against it.

    That's it from us. See you later!

  2. Formula E New York: Vergne crash keeps Di Grassi title hopes alive

    The final race of the Formula E season has arrived and it begins at 20:30 BST in New York City.

    You can watch on the BBC Red Button, listen on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra, and do all of the above plus Niamh Lewis will be doing a live text commentary on the race on the BBC Sport website. Tune in!

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    Video caption: Formula E: Last lap crash forJean Eric-Vergne takes title into final race in New York
  3. Relive that dramatic moment with Max and Seb

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    Video caption: Sebastian Vettel goes into the back of Max Verstappen in the fight for third.
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    Drivers get criticised when they do something wrong on the track, so only correct they get praised when they do something right off it. This was a nice touch from Vettel to apologise to Verstappen.

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  5. Here's that Vettel/Verstappen crash from all the angles

    Sebastian Vettel received a 10-second penalty for *that* crash, and two points on his super license.

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  6. Lapping up the applause

  7. Formula E from 20:30 BST

    The final race of the Formula E season has arrived and it begins at 20:30 BST in New York City.

    You can watch on the BBC Red Button, listen on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra, and do all of the above plus a live text commentary on the BBC Sport website & app.

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  8. Sharing the number six with Prost

    Lewis Hamilton is tied on the most victories at a home grand prix with Alain Prost with six (in France).

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    BBC Sport at Silverstone

    Finn Mika Karjalainen and 10-year-old son Lauri came to Britain for the first time to watch their first ever F1 race, but were left rueing what might have been.

    “It was a good race for Valtteri just bad luck for the safety car,” said Mika. “The safety car ruined his race and Lewis got a good pit stop so Valtteri should be the one who won.

    “Lewis is such a good driver and very good when he is in first and so good at keeping that gap between him and Valtteri so Valtteri didn’t have anymore chances to win.”

    Can Bottas still win this year’s world title? “It will be hard, it’s possible of course but he needs some miracles.

    “I’ve had a good weekend and my first time in Britain has been pretty nice with everything around the circuit.”

    Finn Mika Karjalainen and 10-year-old son Lauri
  10. 'Until my dying day I want to prove them wrong'

    Lewis Hamilton reflects on a deeper level on what it means to him to win in Britain.

    He says: "I know that my teachers will be watching and until my dying day I want to prove them wrong, and all the negative things people have said to me.

    "When I was eight years-old, I really didn't know what it was like to have money, and fame and I just want to keep going and inspiring people now.

    "I always believe in my own ability and I just want to show other people to hold on to that too."

  11. 'It's my mistake'


    Sebastian Vettel discusses his thoughts after a disappointing result following yet another race compromising mistake.

    "I think in the moment obviously i was upset, I destroyed my race but in the end its my mistake. I thought there was a gap that would open but it didn't and by then it was too late and I couldn't avoid it."

    When asked if what happened in Canada affected his confidence: "I don't think so, all race I had good pace, we had a fight on our hands but the Red Bulls were faster than us today, it was a shame not to finish in the points."

  12. Get Involved #bbcf1

    Negus44: In the hybrid era @LewisHamilton averages 11 wins per season. He’s currently on 7 after 10 races with 11 remaining. And he normally turns up the heat after the summer break. We are witnessing the GOAT at the heights of his powers!! #BritishGP

  13. Is Hamilton's sixth win the most wins at a home grand prix?

    We will find out...

    Michael Schumacher has four wins in Germany, while Ralf Schumacher has one.

  14. Lewis Hamilton takes the chequered flag at Silverstone

    Listen to the moment Lewis Hamilton made history below.

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    Video caption: Lewis Hamilton wins the British Grand Prix for a record sixth time.