Ferrari’s hopes of taking the constructors’ title battle into the final round of the Formula One season suffered a blow in Brazil as Lewis Hamilton helped Mercedes reach a qualifying landmark. Already crowned world champion with two races remaining, Hamilton secured his team’s 100th pole position after a session during
Mercedes celebrated a fifth constructors’ title in a row at the Brazilian Grand Prix as world champion Lewis Hamilton claimed his second race win in Sao Paulo – albeit after Esteban Ocon had ruined Max Verstappen’s chances. Ferrari needed 13 points more than the Silver Arrows to keep the constructors’
Sebastian Vettel has been handed a €25,000 fine following an incident at the weighbridge during qualifying for the Brazilian Grand Prix. The four-time world champion qualified in second place behind Lewis Hamilton at Interlagos, but was accused of “destroying” the scales the FIA uses to weigh cars during the session.
Lewis Hamilton claimed his fifth drivers’ world championship to draw level with Juan Manuel Fangio in the Formula One record books when he finished fourth behind a victorious Max Verstappen in the Mexican Grand Prix. Hamilton’s success elevated him to a supreme club alongside Fangio with only seven-time champion Michael
Lewis Hamilton cut a cheery figure after qualifying third for the Mexican Grand Prix, a race in which he need only finish seventh to clinch the Formula One title. The Mercedes man could not match the pace set by the Red Bulls and came in behind Max Verstappen and pole-sitter
Lewis Hamilton will have the ideal opportunity to wrap up the Formula One world title with three races to spare after smashing the track record en route to qualifying on pole position for the United States Grand Prix. The Briton, who has won four straight races, will retain his championship
Lewis Hamilton won a dramatic German Grand Prix after title rival Sebastian Vettel crashed out from the lead in wet conditions. Hamilton, who started 14th on the grid, led home a Mercedes one-two at Hockenheim, but only after team orders (for both Ferrari and Mercedes), a rain shower and a
Lewis Hamilton says he expects a “serious fight” with Ferrari at the British Grand Prix this weekend. Mercedes were expected to lead the way at Silverstone but Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel was quickest in second practice. Hamilton said: “It’s going to be very, very close this weekend. The Ferraris are really