MONTMELÓ, Spain – As a four-time and defending Formula One World Champion, Lewis Hamilton has a bit of luxury room to work with entering 2018. Knowing that his Mercedes will be quick has allowed him to notice other aspects of racing. After the first week of preseason testing at the Circuit de Catalunya, the thing that seemed to jump out …
ESPN, Sky Sports and Formula One are joining forces to bring Sky Sports’ presentation of the Formula One World Championship to the United States.
Pirelli launched their expanded 2018 Formula 1 tire spectrum on Friday ahead of the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, introducing two new compounds and colors for next year.
Daniil Kvyat’s future in Formula 1 came into murky waters on Wednesday morning, with Red Bull motorsport boss Helmut Marko confirming that the 23-year-old Russian will not return to Scuderia Toro Rosso.
Daniel Ricciardo gave Red Bull Racing’s latest round of aerodynamic upgrades some instant validation on Friday at the Hungaroring, leading the way in both free practice sessions ahead of the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton swept Friday practice for the Formula 1 Austrian Grand Prix, but a competitive day of action at the Red Bull Ring ultimately saw a scant four tenths of a second separating the top five cars.
It might have taken Lewis Hamilton the entire Q3 session to achieve his 66th pole position, but he did in grand fashion, beating teammate Valtteri Bottas right at the end.
Under sunny skies at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya on Friday, Mercedes AMG Petronas posted a double one-two performance, with three-time Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton topping both free practice sessions.
After a disastrous opening race in Australia in which both cars retired prematurely, Haas F1 Team has finally gotten their Formula One season on-track after back-to-back points-scoring finishes.
If there was any doubt about whether this year’s Formula One World Championship would be a back-and-forth battle of the titans, those misgivings were erased by the end of Sunday’s Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix.
Check out photos from Sunday’s Formula 1 Heineken Chinese Grand Prix, held at Shanghai Int’l Circuit and won by Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton!
JIADING, Shanghai, China — Despite the best efforts of Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen, Lewis Hamilton was able to grab pole for Sunday’s Chinese Grand Prix, setting the all-time fastest lap of 1:31.678 on his way to his 64th pole position, just one away from his hero Ayrton Senna, and joined Senna and Michael Schumacher as the only drivers to …