Sebastian Vettel put Ferrari on pole at the Canadian Grand Prix for the first time since Michael Schumacher in 2001 on Saturday while Formula One championship leader Lewis Hamilton qualified fourth for Mercedes. Vettel, 14 points behind the Briton, will start from the front for the fourth time in Canada after
Daniel Ricciardo has put his Red Bull talks on hold until Lewis Hamilton signs a new deal at Mercedes, according to Dr Helmut Marko. Red Bull wants Australian Ricciardo to stay, but he is being linked with Ferrari and Mercedes. However, team chairman Niki Lauda says that Hamilton is definitely staying at
Lewis Hamilton has said that even Mercedes's top bosses are on his side regarding the extension of his contract. Whether the reigning world champion stays at the German team beyond 2018 is technically not clear. However, after winning in Barcelona, Hamilton told DPA news agency: "We are not far from finalising things. "It
Lewis Hamilton has claimed pole position during qualifying for the Spanish Grand Prix after pipping teammate Valtteri Bottas to top spot. The Mercedes drivers locked out the front row, Hamilton just four hundredths of a second ahead. Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel, meanwhile, finished in third ahead of fourth-placed teammate Kimi Raikkonen. Hamilton also ended
Nico Rosberg has said that he thinks his former Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton will bounce back from his current performance slump. Although the reigning world champion, Hamilton looked out of form all weekend in China. "It's a typical Lewis phase," Rosberg, who was paired with Hamilton at Mercedes between 2013 and 2016,
Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton was fastest in the opening practice session for the Chinese Formula One Grand Prix on Friday with championship leader Sebastian Vettel of Ferrari only sixth quickest at the Shanghai International Circuit. Hamilton lapped the 5.4km circuit in one minute, 33.999 seconds, 0.359 seconds clear of Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen.
Formula One world champions Mercedes have found the computer bug that cost Lewis Hamilton victory at the season-opening Australian Grand Prix and taken steps to ensure it does not happen again. Trackside engineering director Andrew Shovlin said in a debrief on the Mercedes website that the problem was not what had