Formula One Turkish Grand Prix 2020: Driver Ranks

Lewis Hamilton secured victory in the Turkish Grand Prix as he claimed his seventh world title, equalling that of Michael Schumacher, but who was the best driver in Turkey? 10. Lando Norris, McLaren The man who just turned 21 this weekend, was given a slap on the wrist for a late birthday present and aContinue reading “Formula One Turkish Grand Prix 2020: Driver Ranks”

Formula One Turkish Grand Prix 2020: Lewis Hamilton equals world-title record with win in Turkey

Lewis Hamilton equalled the legendary Michael Schumacher’s all-time world title record of seven World Driver Championships as he stole victory in Turkey with more than 30 seconds to spare. It was a tough start due to the wet weather, even before the lights went out, as George Russell made an unexpected repair as he madeContinue reading “Formula One Turkish Grand Prix 2020: Lewis Hamilton equals world-title record with win in Turkey”

F1 Portuguese Grand Prix: Driver Ranks

Lewis Hamilton broke the long-lasting win record with his 92nd race win, beating Michael Schumacher’s 91, how did the other drivers fare from the race? (These rankings are based on opinion, while taking in other factors such as final position vs starting position etc.) 10th – George Russell, Williams Racing Speculation has revolved around theContinue reading “F1 Portuguese Grand Prix: Driver Ranks”

Formula One Eifel Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton wins to equal Michael Schumacher’s all-time record

Credit: The Sport Rush Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, secured victory at the Nurburgring to push out a 69-point lead in the drivers championship and matched Michael Schumacher’s all-time record of 91 race wins. Daniel Ricciardo, Renault, managed to keep Sergio Perez, Racing Point, at bay to secure his first podium since Monaco 2018 and gave RenaultContinue reading “Formula One Eifel Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton wins to equal Michael Schumacher’s all-time record”

The Tuscan Mugello Circuit: Should it make a return to Formula One next year?

After Formula one’s eventful Tuscan Grand Prix, should the FIA imply the Mugello Circuit to be a 2020 exclusive or should it return for 2021? The second Grand Prix to be held in Italy, this year, was nothing short of eventful as we saw a crash early on that forced Max Verstappen (Red Bull) andContinue reading “The Tuscan Mugello Circuit: Should it make a return to Formula One next year?”

F1 Tuscan Grand Prix – Qualifying: Lewis Hamilton secures first-ever Mugello Pole

Q1 The Williams duo of George Russell and Nicholas Latifi were the first to venture out for Mugello’s first ever Formula One’s qualifying session. After their first flying laps, where Latifi – provisionally – out qualified Russell by 0.1s, the track started to get busy as the rest of the field drove out, steadily, toContinue reading “F1 Tuscan Grand Prix – Qualifying: Lewis Hamilton secures first-ever Mugello Pole”

F1 Tuscan Grand Prix – Free Practice two: Valtteri Bottas locks out as Fridays fastest driver

Credit: GPDestinations Kevin Magnussen, Haas, was the first car to venture out onto the Mugello Circuit when Free Practice two got underway this afternoon. Although the Dane put in the first timed lap, Lando Norris, McLaren, soon topped the timing boards with a 1:18.658. Charles Leclerc, Ferrari, added some spice into FP2 when he spunContinue reading “F1 Tuscan Grand Prix – Free Practice two: Valtteri Bottas locks out as Fridays fastest driver”

F1 Tuscan Grand Prix – Free Practice 1: Valtteri Bottas gets fastest lap at first session at Mugello

Credit: GPDestinations Both Red Bull drivers, Max Verstappen and Alexander Albon, took to the new track first with the latter first out. However, they only ventured out to complete installation laps. Valtteri Bottas, Mercedes, set the first timed lap around the Tuscan track with 1:22.124 on the hardest tyre compound, this provided the target forContinue reading “F1 Tuscan Grand Prix – Free Practice 1: Valtteri Bottas gets fastest lap at first session at Mugello”

F2 Italian Sprint Race: Dan Ticktum secures win after first lap lead

Credit: FIA Dan Ticktum, Dams, managed to keep the pack at bay after he overtook the reverse grid pole-sitter, Louis Deletraz, Charouz, to take the lead on the first lap of the race. It was a clean start for the pack once the lights went out. Unfortunately it wasn’t the best start for the RacelabContinue reading “F2 Italian Sprint Race: Dan Ticktum secures win after first lap lead”

F2 Belgian Sprint Race: Double Safety Car provides win for Robert Shwartzman

After two full safety cars and a Virtual Safety Car, the sprint race finished with a Prema one-two after Shwartzman throttled out a eight-second gap over his teammate over Schumacher. From P3 to the lead, Dan Ticktum, Dams, managed make his way to the front of the pack after La Souce (Turn one). However, theContinue reading “F2 Belgian Sprint Race: Double Safety Car provides win for Robert Shwartzman”