Hamilton says he may join ‘take a knee’ anthem protest at US GP | 2017 United States Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton says he is considering whether to participate in the ‘take a knee’ national anthem protests when Formula One visits the USA for next month’s race. Source: F1 Fanatic

Motiv’s fitness ring is simple, but surprisingly capable

 When Motiv told me what they were working on just ahead of CES, I perked up. It wasn’t the functionality — there are a million trackers out there that do what the device does and much more. It was the potential the product represents — the beginnings of liberation from the tyranny of the wrist. ...

“Feels like I have no turbo”: Malaysian GP qualifying radio highlights | 2017 Malaysian Grand Prix

The first sign Sebastian Vettel’s weekend was about to go badly wrong came when he was told to stop his car late in final practice. Source: F1 Fanatic

Malaysian GP: Post-qualifying press conference

TRACK INTERVIEWS (conducted by Johnny Herbert)Lewis, what a great result for you. You must be very happy. That looked like a pretty decent lap?Lewis HAMILTON: Firstly, look at this crowd. I know it’s our last grand prix here but this is the best crowd I’ve ever seen. Thank you so much for all the support. We ...

Hamilton surprised by pole after 'big calls'

Lewis Hamilton says he was surprised to take pole position for the Malaysian Grand Prix after a difficult weekend. Source: BBC F1

Virus-hit Perez braced for "massive challenge" in Malaysian GP

The Mexican was struck down with illness in the build-up to this weekend’s F1 race, and has admitted that his form has suffered as a result.“I’m not so good, man! I’ve had a virus,” Perez told Motorsport.com after qualifying ninth. “On Thursday morning I went for a run and I was not at my normal ...

Support race promoter apologises after entire field runs out of fuel | 2017 Malaysian Grand Prix

The organisers of the Formula Four South East Asia championship have apologised after every driver retired from one of their Malaysian Grand Prix support races. Source: F1 Fanatic

Mercedes boss Wolff says he feels for Ferrari and Vettel

Vettel will start from the back of the grid for Sunday’s race at Sepang, with title rival Lewis Hamilton on pole, after a turbo pressure issue meant he could not complete a timed lap in Q1.It comes after the Ferrari driver was involved in a chain reaction crash at the start of the Singapore Grand ...

AI hype has peaked so what’s next?

 2017 has been the year of AI, reaching a fever pitch of VC and corporate investment. But, as with any hot technology, AI is outgrowing this phase of experimentation and hype. According to research firm Gartner, we’re past the “peak of inflated expectations.” Next up is a necessary recalibration of the space—one that will separate ...

Ricciardo hopes Red Bull will benefit from "conservative" Mercedes

Overcoming a torrid start to the Sepang weekend for his Mercedes team, Hamilton narrowly beat Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen to pole position – as the Brit’s main title rival Sebastian Vettel was sidelined by a costly engine failure.With Hamilton 28 points clear after Vettel’s Singapore crash and the duo set to start on opposite ends of ...