World Formula 1 champion Hamilton launched his broadside after winning the Hungarian Grand Prix on Sunday.
Formula 1 World Champions Lewis Hamilton quickly surged into a comfortable lead in the early laps, before managing his pace over his rivals in the encounter at the Hungaroring.
Reigning Formula 1 World Champion Lewis Hamilton bounced back from a disappointing display in the season-opening Austrian Grand Prix on the same Red Bull Ring circuit a week earlier with a consummate display.
As a public pledge against racism and of their support of more diversity in Formula 1, the Silver Arrows will be racing in black.
Max Verstappen has backtracked on his comments about Lewis Hamilton not being special but insists part of the Brit’s success is down to the car.
Lewis Hamilton was the best driver on the 2019 Formula 1 grid, and it is not just the numbers that back that up.
Lewis Hamilton may have lost the battle but he won the war, the Brit claiming his sixth Drivers’ Championship with a runner-up result at the United States GP.
Lewis Hamilton only needs to score four points at the United States GP and he’ll be in possession of title number six.
Despite hits from Sebastian Vettel and Max Verstappen on lap 1, Lewis Hamilton raced to the victory in Mexico but will have to wait until Austin to possibly seal number six.
Mercedes is adamant it’s not the favourite heading to Mexico, Red Bull says the same, so too does Ferrari so who will come out tops on a Sunday where apparently no one expects to win.
Taking a look at how Lewis Hamilton wrapped up his first five World titles as he seeks to add number six to his tally in Mexico.
Charles Leclerc has defended racing with an unsafe car at the Japanese GP but admits he is grateful that nobody – namely Lewis Hamilton – was hurt.
Lewis Hamilton believes he would “change some things for the better” if he joined Ferrari but concedes that is unlikely to happen.
Vettel was reported for speeding after Charles Leclerc of Sauber brought gravel back onto the circuit after a spin.
Lewis Hamilton led a Mercedes one-two at the Japanese Grand Prix on Sunday to move to the brink of a fifth Formula One world title.
Prepare for ‘absolute madness’.
Championship leader Lewis Hamilton put the pain in Spain on his rivals, setting a blistering pace to lead home a Mercedes 1-2 from pole position.
Love him or hate him, Hamilton’s looking exceptional once again.
We have a new Championship leader.