It was a somewhat bittersweet moment for Charles Leclerc at Spa-Francorchamps, with the Monte Carlo born driver securing his maiden career victory in F1 less than 24 hours after friend Antoine Hubert died in the F2 feature race.
A thrilling fightback by defending world champion Lewis Hamilton in the Hungarian Grand Prix saw the Brit extend his lead at the top of the 2019 driver standings to 62 points.
There was absolute havoc in Hockenheim due to heavy rainfall. In what was one of the most dramatic races in recent years. It produces so many surprises that it was hard to keep track at times.
Lewis Hamilton entered the record books after picking up a sixth win at the British Grand Prix, in what proved to be a thrilling race from the outset.
Next up on the Formula 1 calendar is the British Grand Prix at Silverstone, with this being one race that is eagerly anticipated throughout the F1 season.
On Sunday everyone who enjoys F1 racing was throughly entertained and in awe of the driving by Max Verstappen. The race had so many controversial moments, from a poor start from the winner to an incident which was under investigation at the very end of the event.
Lewis Hamilton had proved once again at the French GP why he is the best F1 driver at the moment by a mile. Speaking of miles, he won the race in Monte Carlo comfortably and be a huge gap which left many saying that the race was “boring.”
There was a lot of controversy surrounding Lewis Hamilton’s victory in the Canadian Grand Prix at the weekend, with Sebastian Vettel having been on course for his and Ferrari’s first victory of the season.
Formula One racing headed to the Canadian Grand Prix at the weekend, with Mercedes looking to keep up their winning run. Mercedes had won every race of the season so far.
Mercedes head into the Canadian Grand Prix this weekend in full control of the championship and with an engine upgrade to boot. Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas are first and second in the standings, with the latter 38 points clear of Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel.
Mercedes’ string of one-two finishes may have come to an end, but they managed to hold off Max Verstappen and his team at the Monaco GP.
A fourth-place finish in the Mexican Grand Prix on Sunday was enough to secure a fourth world title in five years for Lewis Hamilton, his fifth in total.
Last Sunday’s Russian Grand Prix was a slightly controversial affair in the sense that although Lewis Hamilton won the race, but it was arguably his teammate Valtteri Bottas who deserved to.
Fernando Alonso, who currently drives for McLaren, has announced that he is set to retire at the end of the current F1 campaign.
The Canadian Grand Prix was always going to be packed full of highs and lows, especially for the two drivers who are currently doing battle at the top of the drivers’ standings.
Ahead of the Monaco Grand Prix, Mercedes had expressed concerns about the Red Bulls and Ferraris having an advantage on the track, and that certainly proved to be the case at the Circuit de Monaco.
So, Formula 1 rolled into Barcelona at the weekend and once again it was a thrilling affair with plenty of highs and lows.
The 2018 Azerbaijan Grand Prix seemed to have it all. Teammates collided, there was a devastating puncture, a crash behind the safety car and much more.
All eyes turned to the Chinese Grand Prix, with Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton looking to lock horns once again.
Lewis Hamilton had to settle for second place in the Australian Grand Prix, as last year’s runner-up Sebastian Vettel secured what was a controversial victory, on the opening day of the new Formula 1 season.
With the Formula One season set to kick off in less than three weeks’ time, racing fans are already discussing the merits of drivers and teams ahead of the new campaign.
Many people are already excited ahead of the new F1 season, especially as they’re eagerly anticipating what defending world champion Lewis Hamilton will be capable of this time around.
The new F1 season gets underway next month and already people are clamouring to see just who is going to be challenging this time around.
When it comes to Formula 1 drivers and cars, most people often think about those that they see them driving over the course of the season on the track.
If you go back a few weeks before the F1 Grand Prix at Monza you would probably have expected Sebastien Vettel to be well clear at the top of the drivers’ championship right now.