Straight from the paddock, we give you an all-encompassing account of all the action from the race weekend, plus compelling interviews with the sport’s star names.It was all about teammates in Hungary. Sebastian Vettel took a crucial win, but had to hold up Kimi Raikkonen to get it done. The Mercedes drivers swapped places to ...
The contrasting priorities of Ferrari and Mercedes were plain to see as Sebastian Vettel extended his championship lead in the Hungarian Grand Prix. Source: F1 Fanatic
Verstappen locked up on the entry to Turn 2 on the opening lap which led to him running wide into the side of teammate Ricciardo. The incident damaged Ricciardo’s car and forced him out of the race.Ricciardo was initially fuming over the matter, and the FIA was swift in blaming Verstappen. It handed him a ...
Ferrari was aware of the steering problem on Sebastian Vettel’s car before the Hungarian Grand Prix even started. Source: F1 Fanatic
Both of Maranello’s drivers are out of contract at the end of the year, and there have some doubts about Raikkonen in particular after Marchionne accused him of being a bit of a ‘laggard’ earlier this month.But speaking at the Hungarian Grand Prix, Marchionne suggested that there was now a greater than 50 percent chance ...
Vettel admits Raikkonen was faster, Bottas thanks Hamilton, Hulkenberg and Magnussen in row after clash, plus more. Source: BBC F1
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In the round-up: Todt unmoved by calls for louder engines • Steiner fumes at Hulkenberg • Bottas call was ‘heart over head’ – Hamilton Source: F1 Fanatic
During a visit last week to the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts, the Liverpool Echo newspaper reports that McCartney told the students, “Sometimes the situation in the world is so crazy that you’ve got to address it.” read more Source: Hollywood Reporter
Lewis Hamilton sacrificed third place for team-mate Valtteri Bottas in Hungary. But does history suggest it could cost him the title? Source: BBC F1