Formula 1

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Verstappen Takes Fastest Time in Belgian Friday Practice

SPA-FRANCHORCHAMPS, Belgium—Despite small drops of rain in the first and second Friday practice sessions for Sunday’s Belgian Grand Prix, Red Bull Racing’s Max Verstappen managed to record the fastest time of the day, clocking a 1:45:507 ahead of his series challenger, Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc,

F1's Summer Break 2022: The Most Controversial in History

On a normal level, formula one racing’s summer break is a chance for drivers to relax and unwind before the remaining races comeback and work begins again. There are those rumors that have the so-called “silly season” beginning, to show if anyone will either remain with their teams or

Verstappen Spins, but Wins in Hungary

BUDAPEST, Hungary—Max Verstappen might have had a bad qualifying due to a power unit failure on Saturday, but on Sunday, starting from 10th on the grid, the Dutchman took the lead on lap 52 of the Hungarian Grand Prix and held on to win over the Mercedes pair of

Russell Takes Maiden Pole in Hungary

BUDAPEST, Hungary—George Russell could remember the day he stood at Silverstone and waited patiently for Lewis Hamilton to sign his autograph book, never believing that on Saturday afternoon at the Hungaroring following 13 years, that he would race alongside the seven-time world champion and would take pole for the

Ferrari Tops Friday Practice in Hungary

BUDAPEST, Hungary—Even with the disaster that occurred one week ago in France, Ferrari drivers Carlos Sainz Jr and Charles Leclerc took both Friday practices for this weekend’s Hungarian Grand Prix at the Hungaroring with Leclerc recording the fastest time of 1: 18:445 in the afternoon, ahead of

Ferrari, Sainz and Leclerc; Can Ferrari Turns Things Around?

Ever since 1950, when the Formula One world championship began, there has only been one manufacturer that remains in the sport, and that is Ferrari. The Italian company has created many champions, and their tradition with their fans, or Tifosi, has many roots in its history. But since 2007, when

Verstappen Wins in France as Leclerc Crashes

LE CASTELLET, France—Max Verstappen took advantage of a Charles Leclerc spin on lap 11 to easily win the French Grand Prix Sunday afternoon at the circuit Paul Ricard by taking victory by over 10 seconds ahead of Mercedes drivers Lewis Hamilton and George Russell, who finished second and third,
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