Charles Leclerc won Ferrari's home race from pole position in Monza, with Lewis Hamilton putting him under plenty of pressure until his Mercedes's tyres had no life left in them.
Formula One leader Lewis Hamilton said he would have been far tougher with Ferrari’s Italian Grand Prix
Lewis Hamilton's lead over his closest rival Valtteri Bottas was cut to 62 points from 65 in the Championship standings. Charles Leclerc, however, with his second consecutive win, made a statement of his intent at Monza.
Charles Leclerc triggered a red wave of Ferrari celebration on Sunday
Lewis Hamilton's stunning drive to victory at the Hungarian Grand Prix "was of a different dimension", his Mercedes boss Toto Wolff hailed on Sunday night.
The five-time world champion will head into Formula One's summer break with a mammoth 62-point lead in the championship after he hunted down Max
Max Verstappen won a frenetic rain-hit German Grand Prix after Lewis Hamilton crashed while on course for victory.
appeared set to claim his eighth win of a dominant season before drama
struck on lap 29 of 64 in a race which featured four safety car periods.
The British star, who had
Lewis Hamilton won the British Grand Prix for a record sixth time.
The Formula One world champion took advantage of a safety car to jump ahead of Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas, delighting the bumper 141,000-strong Silverstone crowd.
The win, Hamilton’s seventh from 10 rounds, takes the Briton ever closer to
Lewis Hamilton has rapidly rowed back his comments about Toto Wolff's rumoured candidacy for the top job in Formula 1.
Earlier this week, the five time world champion said his boss at Mercedes may not make a good replacement for F1 CEO Chase Carey because he could be "biased".
"It would be
In a race with little excitement until the last few laps, Lewis Hamilton led from start to finish to extend his championship lead over Finnish team mate Valtteri Bottas to 36 points.
Lewis Hamilton put on a display of domination in a processional French Grand
Lewis Hamilton won the Canadian Grand Prix for Mercedes in controversial fashion on Sunday after Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel crossed the finish line first but was given a five-second penalty.
Lewis Hamilton won the Canadian Grand Prix for Mercedes in controversial fashion on Sunday after Ferrari’s
Reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton wants to work with Formula One to improve diversity in motor racing.
Hamilton, F1's first and only black driver, has been an outspoken critic on that topic. Ahead of last year's opening race, the Australian Grand Prix, he posted an Instagram picture with
Ferrari CEO Louis Camilleri has apologised publicly for the errors that messed up local driver Charles Leclerc's qualifying in Monaco.
Monaco born 21-year-old was fastest in the final practice session
before qualifying, only to be knocked out in Q1 when Ferrari strategists
decided not to let him back out of