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Posted On August 2, 2019By Motorsports TribuneIn Formula One

Hamilton Narrowly Ahead in Opening Practice in Hungary

By FIA Lewis Hamilton went quickest in a closely-matched opening practice session for the Hungary Grand Prix, with the championship leader finishing just under 1700ths of a second ahead of Red Bull’s Max Verstappen and Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel who finished second and third respectively. There was trouble, however, for Hamilton’s Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas, with the Finn failing to set a time after his car suffered and early engine issue. Bottas’ power unit issue was identified after the Finnish driver had completed just two installation laps and after Mercedes electedRead More
By FIA Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc went quickest in final practice for the German Grand Prix, finishing 0.168s ahead of Red Bull Racing’s Max Verstappen and more than two tenths ahead of Ferrari team-mate Sebastian Vettel. Ferrari were quickly to the fore in the early part of the session with Leclerc setting a time of 1:13.117 on soft tyres, with Vettel 0.252 adrift in second place. Leclerc then lowered the benchmark substantially by becoming the first man to dip under the 1m13s mark so far this weekend. His time of 1:12.736Read More
By FIA Charles Leclerc beat Ferrari team-mate Sebastian Vettel to the top of the timesheet in the second free practice session for this weekend’s Canadian Grand Prix, as reigning FIA F1 Champion crashed out. Hamilton who had shown good pace in the morning session to edge team-mate Valtteri Bottas by a tenth of a second and to gap his Ferrari rivals by almost a second, was also quickest also quickest in the opening exchanges of FP2. A little under half an hour into the session the Briton swapped medium tyresRead More
By Joey Barnes, Editor-in-Chief It is hard to find a better start for a team in the Formula One history books than Haas F1. During their tenure, they have consistently found themselves battling for points and continue to strive for the next step of wins and podiums. Guenther Steiner, team principal of Haas F1, was joined by drivers Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen to discus the inner workings and how the passion of their boss, who also owns one of the most successful teams in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.Read More
By FIA Lewis Hamilton showed impressive pace to top the final practice session for the Spanish Grand Prix timesheets, beating Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc and Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas by over half a second. Bottas and Leclerc were the first to head out for qualifying simulations with just under 20 minutes left in the session. Bottas took top spot with a lap of 1:17.291, but was immediately dislodged by the Ferrari youngster who set a good time of 1:17.099. Hamilton and the second Ferrari of Sebastian Vettel were just starting theirRead More
By FIA After Sebastian Vettel topped the first day of pre-season F1 testing yesterday, new Ferrari recruit Charles Leclerc kept the Italian team at the top of the timesheets, finishing three tenths of a second clear of McLaren rookie Lando Norris. The session came to an early end for Pierre Gasly, however, when the new Red Bull Racing driver lost control of his RB15 and spun into the barriers. The French driver had spend most of the afternoon on short, data-gathering runs but as the final hour of the session nearedRead More

Posted On November 23, 2018By Motorsports TribuneIn Breaking News, Formula One, Headline News

Verstappen Tops Opening Practice in Abu Dhabi

By FIA Red Bull Racing’s Max Verstappen topped the opening practice session of Formula 1’s season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, beating team-mate Daniel Ricciardo by almost half a second. Verstappen bolted on hypersoft tyres on an improving track in the second half of the session, to lead the way in the session with a time of 1:38.491 that left him 0.454s ahead of Ricciardo, who is this weekend competing in his final race for Red Bull ahead of a move to Renault. The Red Bulls followed an opposite programme toRead More
By FIA Max Verstappen was denied an almost certain Brazilian Grand Prix victory when he was taken out of the lead in a collision with Racing Point Force India’s Esteban Ocon. The dramatic incident gifted Lewis Hamilton a second career Brazilian Grand Prix victory that helped Mercedes to a fifth consecutive FIA Formula 1 Constructors’ title. Verstappen had stormed through from fifth on the grid to put pressure on polesitter and early race leader Hamilton and the Red Bull driver eventually seized the lead from the recently crowned champion onRead More
By FIA Valtteri Bottas led a Mercedes one-two in second practice for the Brazilian Grand Prix, finishing just three thousandths of a second ahead of team-mate Lewis Hamilton. Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel was the Mercedes’ closest challenger finishing seven hundredths of a second behind champion Hamilton. Bottas set his session-best time just after the session was a third of the way through. After early laps on soft tyres, Bottas followed Vettel out on track on supersofts. Both backed off on their initial flyers and went for a second attempt, with VettelRead More
By Joey Barnes, Editor-in-Chief AUSTIN, Texas — The 2018 United States Grand Prix will be one to forget for the Haas F1 Team after Romain Grosjean suffered an early retirement and was given a grid penalty for the upcoming Formula One race in Mexico. While running through Turn 12 on the opening lap of the race, Grosjean, locked up briefly and made contact with Charles Leclerc, which sent the Alfa Romeo Sauber into a spin and ultimately, retirement after 31 laps due to the damage. For Grosjean, who started eighth onRead More