As Formula One completes its opening flyaway rounds and enters a short break before the next race in Barcelona on 10 May, Lewis Hamilton – who has won three of the four races thus far – believes his car has even greater potential than last year, when he won the world championship for the second time.
Lewis Hamilton, clearly jubilant after his win in Bahrain, his third of the season and one concluded after a weekend in which the threat from Ferrari was expected to push his team to the limit, revealed after the race that he was happy just to have made the chequered flag in front.
Pat Symonds is no stranger to making a little go a long way.
Lewis Hamilton said he is at the top of his game as heads in to Sunday’s Bahrain Grand Prix and even he has been surprised his form has been so strong this season. Bernie Ecclestone, too, has noted that the world champion will be hard to beat.
The gripping battle between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg in the closing laps at the Bahrain International Circuit last year could not have offered a better showcase for both Formula One and the host nation on the track.
Nico Rosberg has admitted he may have made a psychological mistake in making public his frustration with his team-mate Lewis Hamilton after last week’s Chinese Grand Prix.
A major report from Amnesty International released to coincide with this weekend’s Formula One grand prix has warned that human rights abuses in Bahrain continue “unabated” despite repeated assurances from the authorities that the situation is improving.
A couple of hours after the end of the Chinese Grand Prix Lewis Hamilton delivered the words that threaten to disfigure the reputation of his Mercedes team-mate, Nico Rosberg. “Nico didn’t try.” He repeated his shattering assault, as if for emphasis. “Nico didn’t try.”
The drivers must again become the stars of Formula One rather than the boffins who now dominate the sport, says Pirelli’s motorsport director Paul Hembery, whose contract as F1’s tyre supplier expires at the end of 2016.
The British former world F1 champion believes McLaren-Honda are making good progress.
Former Marussia reserve driver Rodolfo Gonzalez tested for IndyCar squad Dale Coyne Racing at Barber Motorsports Park on Monday.
Jean-Eric Vergne has done a solid job at Toro Rosso, but after being dropped by the team he must leave F1 to secure his long-term career.
Niki Lauda reckons you need to discard any pretence of being a 'nice guy' to conquer the Formula 1 championship.
Mercedes took another one-two in Russia – not something that the team, who claimed their last two constructor titles here in Sochi, will be in anyway disappointed with – but this was not quite the well-oiled machine that delivered those titles.
History is set to repeat itself as Ferrari prepare to hire a superstar German to revive their flagging fortunes.
Lewis Hamilton did not drive a car here on Thursday but still managed to show everyone why he is the winner of three world championships, with more likely to come.
The Formula One race director, Charlie Whiting, has insisted that the sport must adopt cockpit safety measures despite opposition from drivers, chiefly Lewis Hamilton.
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The former world champion Damon Hill believes Mercedes would be making a major mistake if they imposed team orders on their drivers as a result of last weekend’s clash at the Austrian Grand Prix.
Mercedes refused to point the finger at either driver after Lewis Hamilton and Rosberg clashed at turn two on the final lap in Austria but all the evidence points to Rosberg being at fault.