While Simone Biles, who became the most decorated gymnast in World Championship history last year, won her third Sportswoman of the Year, the South African rugby team were crowned the Team of the Year
Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton and Barcelona forward Lionel Messi were declared
Ferrari have taken the wraps off the car they hope will end Lewis Hamilton's dominance of Formula One.
During a glittering ceremony at the Teatro Municipale Valli in Reggio
Emilia, the Prancing Horse revealed their machine would be called the
SF1000 ahead of the season in which they will become the
Lewis Hamilton says he feels "fitter than ever" as he targets a record-equalling seventh world championship in 2020.
A few days ago on Instagram, the newly 35-year-old Mercedes driver warned that he will be "a machine this year, on another level than ever before".
But he now tells GQ Hype that
The announcement on Tuesday leaves two of the top three teams with young driver talent secure for the long-term, with Ferrari announcing in December that Charles Leclerc was staying to 2024.
Max Verstappen has signed to stay at Red Bull until the end of 2023
The 22-year-old Charles Leclerc won two races this year, his first season with Ferrari, and took more pole positions than any other driver.
Ferrari have extended Charles Leclerc’s Formula One contract for five
more years and to the end of the 2024 season, the Italian team
announced on Monday.
The British driver now ranks second in F1 history behind German Michael Schumacher's record seven titles. Hamilton has won the last three season championships and secured this one with two races left.
Lewis Hamilton secured his sixth Formula One championship with a second-place finish Sunday at the
Hamilton's 10th win of the season, and 83rd of his career, was also a 100th for Mercedes as a constructor.
Lewis Hamilton won the Mexican Grand Prix for Mercedes on Sunday
after a first-lap scare but the Briton will have to wait until next
weekend’s race in Texas to secure
Sebastian Vettel took the chequered flag 2.6 seconds ahead of Charles Leclerc for Ferrari's third race win in a row.
Sebastian Vettel ended the torment of 13 months without a win by leading his complaining Ferrari team mate Charles Leclerc across the line in a one-two finish at
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