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As in 2010, Mark Webber found himself at odds with his Red Bull team at Silverstone.
Ferrari’s resurgence at Silverstone was not just down to the change in the diffuser rules.
Two costly mistakes and a lack of pace hampered McLaren on home ground.
Footage of Codemasters’ forthcoming F1 2011 shown at last week’s preview event.
Heidfeld salvaged four points from a poor weekend for Renault.
A double points finish at Silverstone put Mercedes in front of Renault in the championship.
A pit stop mix-up cost Force India a points finish at Silverstone.
Mixed fortunes for the Sauber drivers as Perez takes seventh but Kobayashi endures a race to forget.
The Red Bull drivers may not be allowed to race each other, but that’s not the case at Toro Rosso.
Williams ran several new parts at Silverstone but didn’t score.
Glock was racing Trulli before the Lotus was sidelined.
Daniel Ricciardo started and finished his first race in last place.
Heikki Kovalainen reached Q2 for Lotus but glitches put both cars out of the race.
Fernando Alonso matched Jackie Stewart’s tally of 27 F1 race wins in the British Grand Prix.
In the round-up: official agreement means FIA will ditch the ban from the German Grand Prix.