Four time constructors champions. That’s what Lewis Hamiltons win on Sunday for the United States Grand Prix signified, as he took the chequered flag after a masterful weekend at Austin. I said in the last weekend wrap that Hamilton will be cemented as one of the all-time greats with a fourth drivers championship, but even
Lewis Hamilton will start from pole position for the 2017 United States Grand Prix alongside title rival Sebastian Vettel, who was nearly half a second behind the Mercedes driver. Hamilton set his benchmark lap of a 1m33.108s in the opening stages of Q3 with team mate Valtteri Bottas going second quickest and four tenths off.
Lewis Hamilton was the quickest driver in both practice sessions for the US Grand Prix this weekend, ahead of Sebastian Vettel and Max Verstappen. The opening session of the weekend got underway in damp conditions as the drivers took to the circuit on Intermediate tyres, with some finding the limits of grip. That included Daniel
59 points. When Lewis Hamilton was asked about the deficit between him and Sebastian Vettel, he simply responded with what we were all thinking: “I couldn’t of even dreamt of that lead.” Indeed his points lead is the stuff of day dreams, the sort of thing you think of when playing the “what if” game
Lewis Hamilton is on the brink of a fourth world championship after taking the win ahead of Max Verstappen at Suzuka for the Japanese Grand Prix. The Mercedes driver led a lights-to-flag victory and managed to fend off title rival Sebastian Vettel in the opening stages, who was suffering with a spark plug problem which
Lewis Hamilton will start from pole for the Malaysian Grand Prix, as title rival Sebastian Vettel will start from the back of the grid following engine problems. The Ferrari driver was second quickest in Practice 3 but had to stop towards the end of the session with engine problems, prompting the team to make a
Max Verstappen was the quickest driver in practice for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix this weekend, setting the fastest time in both sessions before crashing at the end of the day. Most of the drivers were struggling with grip on the track today, even with the help of the support races laying down rubber on the
Max Verstappen may have posted the quickest time for the first practice session earlier today, however the big story is that there was only 20 minutes of running. That was because of an issue with the medical helicopter, which could not land at the nearest specified hospital in Shanghai due to the visibility. A nearby
Kimi Raikkonen led the time sheets on the second day of the first pre-season test by two hundredths of a second from Lewis Hamilton. Ferrari managed to break the century mark again by clocking up 108 laps with the SF70-H, while Mercedes completed the most on a combined 108 laps between Lewis Hamilton and Valterri
Nico Rosberg will start on pole position for the 2016 Belgian Grand Prix, alongside homeboy Max Verstappen. The Red Bull driver showed his pace in the early parts of Q3, when on the Super Soft tyre he was able to put it just within one and a half tenths of a second of the Mercedes.