F1 Qualifying China: Bottas pips Hamilton to poll

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Valtteri Bottas will be on pole for Formula 1s 1000th race after he pipped Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton to the top of the grid by just 2 hundredths of a second during qualifying in China. Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc will line up on the second row after failing to trouble the silver arrows […] READ MORE


F1 State of Play: The picture up front pre-China

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The start of the 2019 F1 season has been to say the least confusing. In Melbourne it appeared as if the near certain Ferrari competitive pace from winter testing had disappeared and been replaced by sheer disappointment from the fans as another season of silver arrows dominance seemed on the cards. However, Melbourne’s Albert Park […] READ MORE


Lewis Hamilton holds off Vettel to win Belgian Grand Prix

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The summer break was officially over this weekend when Formula 1 headed to Spa for the Belgian Grand Prix. The high speed nature of Spa meant that the advantage was in Mercedes’ half of the field, and this proved to be true when Lewis Hamilton claimed the 68th pole position of his career on Saturday, […] READ MORE


Lewis Hamilton equals Michael Schumacher’s record of 68 poles in Belgium

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After Kimi Raikkonen topped FP1 and FP3 and Lewis Hamilton topped FP2, both Ferrari and Mercedes were looking evenly matched going into qualifying for the Belgian Grand Prix. Lewis Hamilton equals Michael Schumacher’s record of 68 poles in Belgium Qualifying 1 In the first part of qualifying, Lewis Hamilton set the pace for Mercedes while […] READ MORE


Mercedes Engine Failure Cause Revealed, Precautions Taken

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From Last Word On Motorsport, Christian Ryan. Lewis Hamilton‘s catastrophic engine failure in the Malaysian Grand Prix could be trouble for Mercedes teams. The upcoming Japanese Grand Prix could either make or break the Championship race. The Mercedes engine failure is being attributed to crankshaft bearing failure. Teams using Mercedes engines will continue to use their Malaysian Grand Prix power units […] READ MORE


How can Mercedes F1 be Beaten?

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by Craig Woolard, Last Word on Motor Sport Sunday’s Italian Grand Prix saw Mercedes F1 secure their 27th one-two finish since the V6 turbo hybrid era of Formula One began 52 races ago. It was their 45th victory of this era as well. They may seem invincible, but the Brackley-based team has managed to not […] READ MORE


Belgian Grand Prix Preview

The 13th round of the 2016 Formula 1 season will take place this weekend at the Spa-Francorchamps circuit. The Belgian Grand Prix kicks off the second-half of the 2016 season. After the summer break, the F1 action resumes at the very traditional Spa circuit amidst the rustic surroundings of the Belgian Ardennes countryside. Modern day […] READ MORE


Nico Rosberg’s 2016 Season: A Fall From Grace

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Nico Rosberg has not only seen his points lead disappear, but also the respect he had from his fellow drivers. Truly, Nico Rosberg’s 2016 season has seen him go through a tremendous fall from grace. Nico Rosberg’s 2016 Season What Could Have Been 2014 could have been Nico Rosberg’s year, and the Abu Dhabi Grand […] READ MORE


The Man Who Can’t Stop Winning: Lewis Hamilton Wins in Germany

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After starting from second on the grid, it was Mercedes driver, Lewis Hamilton who was victorious at the German Grand Prix held in Hockenheim.  This is Hamilton’s fourth consecutive win, with the British driver winning six of the last seven races on the Formula 1 calendar. The Man Who Can’t Stop Winning: Lewis Hamilton Wins […] READ MORE


The F1 Silly Season: Who’s Where For 2017?

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With the Hungarian Grand Prix marking the halfway point in the 2016 Formula 1 Season, it now feels like the perfect time to begin to discuss 2017- specifically in terms of contracts and which driver will be driving at which team for next season. Due to new aerodynamic regulations for next year, Formula 1 could […] READ MORE