Lewis Hamilton, already one of only three drivers to have won five or more titles, wrote another page in the record books as the winner of the 1,000th world championship race since the first in 1950.
Five times world champion Lewis Hamilton returned to the top
Valtteri Bottas provided Mercedes with hope that they will be able to take the fight to Ferrari this weekend after leading the way in practice at the Chinese Grand Prix.
Ferrari held a sizeable advantage over the Silver Arrows at the last round in Bahrain, with emerging star Charles
Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton profited from Ferrari's latest failure and won a dramatic Bahrain Grand Prix on Sunday.
Five times world champion Lewis Hamilton took a lucky Bahrain Grand Prix win for Mercedes on Sunday after engine trouble in the dying stages denied
Lewis Hamilton says he has not seen a big change in Valtteri Bottas in 2019.
"For me it's the same Valtteri as before, except that now he has a beard," the Mercedes driver smiled.
However, after a full winter of being criticised for his poor performances in 2018, amid speculation he will
Following Valtteri Bottas' surprise win in Melbourne, Formula One heads to Bahrain for round two of the championship.
Lewis Hamilton will be bidding to reduce the title deficit to his Mercedes team-mate, while Ferrari will hope to reverse their poor showing at Albert Park.
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Lewis Hamilton is to return to the factory to help investigate performance issues in his Mercedes at the Australian Grand Prix.
The five-time world champion lit up Saturday's qualifying session to take his 84th career pole but his team-mate Valtteri Bottas got the better start at Albert Park and cantered to
Formula One champions Mercedes ran their new car for the first time at Silverstone on Wednesday with title holder Lewis Hamilton saying he felt 2019 could turn out even better than last season.
Formula One champions Mercedes ran their new car for the first time
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
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