Lewis Hamilton, who had already sealed his fifth Formula One title, started from pole position and finished less than two seconds ahead of Red Bull's Max Verstappen.
Ten years after securing his first Formula One title at Interlagos, five-time world champion Lewis Hamilton won the Brazilian Grand Prix on Sunday and
Two times world champion Fernando Alonso suspects Sunday’s Brazilian Grand Prix may be his last real chance of adding to his career points tally before he leaves Formula One at the end of the month.
“I think it’s going to be OK. The circuit is definitely better than Abu Dhabi, the
Five times world champion Lewis Hamilton feels Formula One risks having too many races and should go back to a shorter season.
Speaking on Thursday ahead of the Brazilian Grand Prix, and a day after the sport announced Vietnam will join the calendar in April 2020, the Mercedes driver told reporters
Formula 1 and the City of Hanoi today announce that a Grand Prix will be held in the Vietnamese capital from April 2020.
As the first new race to be announced under Liberty Media’s ownership, the Vietnamese Grand Prix represents Formula 1’s firm commitment to the Asia region where races are
Daniel Ricciardo beat team-mate Max Verstappen to pole position as Red Bull locked out the front row of the grid for the first time in five years, but it is Hamilton who stands on the brink of emulating the great Argentine Juan Manuel Fangio, with his fifth title on Sunday.
Lewis Hamilton feels a fifth Formula One title would be his proudest achievement and he wants to seal it by winning Sunday’s Mexican Grand Prix.
The Mercedes driver, who is set to equal the title tally of the late Argentine great Juan Manuel Fangio, need finish only seventh to be sure
Ferrari’s Formula One title contender Sebastian Vettel has suggested his recent series of spins may have been caused by aerodynamics rather than driver error.
The German, who must win Sunday’s Mexican Grand Prix to have any hope of denying Mercedes rival Lewis Hamilton a fifth world championship, has spun three times
Formula One teams usually bring upgrades to races but Ferrari opted for a ‘downgrade’ at the U.S. Grand Prix and it turned out to be a winner.
Title contender Sebastian Vettel, whose veteran team mate Kimi Raikkonen won Sunday’s race, told reporters that the team had gone back to what had
Lewis Hamilton was made to wait for his fifth F world championship on Sunday after the Mercedes driver finished only third in a U.S. Grand Prix won by Ferrari veteran Kimi Raikkonen.
The victory was the 21st of the 39-year-old Finn’s career and first since the Australian Grand Prix of March
Lewis Hamilton completed one half of the job to secure a historic fifth World Championship by putting his Mercedes on pole position for the US Grand Prix.
Hamilton will seal the title in Austin, Texas on Sunday if he takes the chequered flag and Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel fails to finish second.