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2016 F1 FIRST PHOTOS: Mercedes W07 Formula One Challenger

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2016 Technical Briefing with Paddy Lowe - Executive Director (Technical), MERCEDES AMG PETRONAS Formula One Team What were the main…

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2016 F1 FIRST PHOTOS: McLaren-Honda MP4-31 Formula One Challenger

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2016 F1 FIRST PHOTOS: Ferrari SF16-H Formula One Challenger

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2015 : Formula One Grand Prix Schedule
# Date Race Winner/Time (*)
1 Mar 15 Australian Grand Prix Lewis Hamilton - Mercedes
2 Mar 29 Malaysia Grand Prix Sebastian Vettel - Ferrari
3 Apr 12 Chinese Grand Prix Lewis Hamilton - Mercedes
4 Apr 19 Bahrain Grand Prix Lewis Hamilton - Mercedes
5 May 10 Spanish Grand Prix Nico Rosberg - Mercedes
6 May 24 Monaco Grand Prix Nico Rosberg - Mercedes
7 Jun 7 Canadian Grand Prix Lewis Hamilton - Mercedes
8 Jun 21 Austrian Grand Prix Nico Rosberg - Mercedes
9 Jul 5 British Grand Prix Lewis Hamilton - Mercedes
10 Jul 26 Hungarian Grand Prix 8:00 AM
11 Aug 23 Belgian Grand Prix 8:00 AM
12 Sep 6 Italian Grand Prix 8:00 AM
13 Sep 20 Singapore Grand Prix 8:00 AM
14 Sep 27 Japanese Grand Prix 1:00 AM
15 Oct 11 Russian Grand Prix 7:00 AM
16 Oct 25 United States Grand Prix 3:00 PM
17 Nov 1 Mexican Grand Prix 2:00 PM
18 Nov 15 Brazilian Grand Prix 11:00 AM
19 Nov 29 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 8:00 AM

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2015 : Formula One Drivers Standings
Pos Driver CTY Team Points
1 Lewis Hamilton GBR MERCEDES 194
2 Nico Rosberg GER MERCEDES 177
3 Sebastian Vettel GER FERRARI 135
4 Valtteri Bottas FIN WILLIAMS 77
5 Kimi Raikkonen FIN FERRARI 76
6 Felipe Massa BRA WILLIAMS 74
7 Daniel Ricciardo AUS Red Bull 36
8 Daniil Kvyat RUS Red Bull 27
9 Nico Hulkenberg GER Force India 24
10 Romain Grosjean FRA LOTUS 17
11 Felipe Nasr BRA SAUBER 16
12 Sergio Perez MEX Force India 15
13 Pastor Maldonado VEN LOTUS 12
14 Max Verstappen NED Toro Rosso 10
15 Carlos Sainz ESP Toro Rosso 9
16 Marcus Ericsson SWE SAUBER 5
17 Jenson Button GBR MCLAREN 4
18 Fernando Alonso ESP MCLAREN 1
19 Roberto Merhi ESP MARUSSIA 0
20 Will Stevens GBR MARUSSIA 0



2018 Brazil GP: Formula One F1 Race Results - Hamilton, Mercedes Win!
Posted by: ASkyler on Sunday, November 11, 2018 - 01:35 PM
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2018 Brazil GP: Formula One F1 Race Results - Hamilton, Mercedes Win!


By Mike Sulka

Lewis Hamilton and his No. 44 Mercedes snatched victory at the 2018 Brazilian Grand Prix. For Hamilton, it is his 10th victory of the 2018 season, and 72nd of his F1 Formula One career. Hamilton has won seven of the last nine Grand Prix.

With the victory and the half-hearted race by Ferrari, Mercedes have clinched their fifth straight constructors championship.

Max Verstappen and his No. 33 Red Bull drove a great race and was firmly marching towards victory until Force India driver Esteban Ocon would ruin his race with a silly, silly move. For Verstappen, it is his 21st career Formula One F1 podium.

In third, Kimi Raikkonen and his No. 7 was allowed to pace Sebastian Vettel after the halfway point. Raikkonen clearly was driving better and would claim his 12th podium of the season, and 103rd of his career.

Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull) would finish fourth, with Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes) rounding out the top-five.

Recap

Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) would get a good start, Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari) wouldn't. Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes) would take advantage to slip into second. Kimi Raikkonen (Ferrari) and Max Verstappen (Red Bull) would their fourth and fifth place starting positions.

On Lap 3, Verstappen would blow past the Ferrari on the main straight. A Lap later Verstappen would dive past the inside of Vettel exiting the main straight. The next time by, Raikkonen would slip past Vettel in similar circumstances.

Over the next few laps, Verstappen would catch Bottas and stick to his rear wing, on Lap 10 he would make his move.

Bottas would successfully slow his pace and slow the Ferrari pair behind him. By his pit stop on Lap 19, the gap to Verstappen would increase to 5.5 seconds. Hamilton would stop on the next lap. Both Mercedes would strap on the medium Pirelli tyre compound. Hamilton would return to track in seventh.

Vettel would stop and take on mediums on Lap 28. He would return to track in P9. Raikkonen would follow suit four laps later and return in P7.

At the front, Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull) would continue to turn in solid laps. Verstappen would stop on Lap 36 and talk on the soft compound. Hamilton would re-take the lead by 2.5 seconds.

Verstappen's first two laps would drop 1.7 tenths off of Hamilton, and then he would blow past Hamilton on the main straight. Hamilton would complain on the radio, "Power is dropping out... I'm going to pray for rain." By Lap 42, Verstappen would extend his lead to 2.5 seconds.

On Lap 44, Verstappen would spin out after getting being punted by the backmarker Esteban Ocon in his Force India. A ridiculous blunder. Verstappen would exclaim, "What an idiot!!" The incident would put Verstappen six seconds behind Hamilton. Verstappen would suffer with floor damage while Ocon would be handed a 10 second stop-go penalty by the Stewards for the infraction.

On Lap 59 Daniel Ricciardo would dive to the inside of Bottas, and take fourth.

Verstappen would close on Hamilton, but would just never get close enough.

Congratulations to Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes winners of the 2018 Brazilian Grand Prix!

Next up, the Formula One F1 will race in the season finale at 2018 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

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McLaren returns to the Indy 500 with Fernando Alonso in 2019
Posted by: ASkyler on Saturday, November 10, 2018 - 05:32 PM
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McLaren returns to the Indy 500 with Fernando Alonso in 2019


McLaren Racing announces today that it will contest the 103rd Running of the Indianapolis 500, on Sunday 26 May 2019, with Fernando Alonso at the wheel.

Competing in his second Indy 500, Fernando will attempt to become only the second driver ever to secure world motorsportís unofficial Triple Crown: victories at the Monaco Formula 1 Grand Prix, the 24 Hours of Le Mans, and the Indianapolis 500. The feat was achieved by Graham Hill in 1972 with his win at Le Mans.

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2018 Brazil GP: Formula One F1 Qualifying Results - Hamilton, Mercedes On Pole!
Posted by: ASkyler on Saturday, November 10, 2018 - 01:14 PM
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2018 Brazil GP: Formula One F1 Qualifying Results - Hamilton, Mercedes On Pole!


By Mike Sulka

Double trouble. Vettel & Hamilton & Stewards. Lewis Hamilton and his No. 44 Mercedes has provisionally taken the Pole for the 2018 Brazilian Grand Prix with a lap of 1:07.301. For Hamilton, it is his 10th Pole of the 2018 season, and 82nd of his Formula One F1 career. Hamilton has won six of the last eight Formula One F1 Grand Prix.

Hamilton is under Stewards review for an potential "blocking" incident in Q2.

Sebastian Vettel and his No. 5 Ferrari will also start from the front row unless the Stewards intercede. Vettel kept his engine running onto the scales - potential violation one - and damaged the scales by driving off under the cars power - potential violation two.

Qualifying third was Valtteri Bottas and his No. 77 Mercedes. Kimi Raikkonen and his No. 7 Ferrari will join him on Row Two with Max Verstappen qualifying fifth.

Q1 Recap

Under the threat of rain, Max Verstappen would set the early top time of 1:08.205 on the supersoft (red) Pirelli compound. Behind, the tailenders would have a good fight to make Q2 qualifying with a tenth separating 17th from 13th.

KO'd in Q1: Carlos Sainz (Renault), Brendon Hartley (Toro Rosso), Fernando Alonso (McLaren Renault), Lance Stroll (Williams), Stoffel Vandoorne (McLaren Renault).

Q2 Recap

Ferrari would gamble by putting on the soft (yellow) compound. Kimi Raikkonen would slot into fifth, while Sebastian Vettel would jump to second. Valtteri Bottas and his No. 77 Mercedes would set the fastest time, but just barely beat Vettel by five hundredths of a second - 1:07.727. Given the Ferrari pace, Mercedes and Red Bull would follow suit just as the rain would start to fall.

No one would improve on their time except Charles Leclerc (Sauber) who was told by his team to "box", but said "no, no, no, no, I want to stay and go one more." He great decision would move him up to P7!

KO'd in Q2: Kevin Magnussen (Haas F1), Sergio Perez (Force India), Esteban Ocon (Force India), Nico Hulkenberg (Renault), and Sergey Sirotkin (Williams).

Q3 Recap

Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) would turn it up, and go straight to the top of the time sheets with a lap of 1:07.301. Vettel, Bottas, and Raikkonen would follow after the first runs. However, Hamilton would be referred to the Stewards after an on-track incident with Sergey Sirotkin (Williams). However, Mercedes would claim that Sirotkin was on an outlap rather than a hot lap. Vettel would also be under review by the Stewards after damaging the weigh bridge scales because he kept his engine running and pulled off under the cars power.

No one would improve on their time.

Congratulations to Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes for taking Pole for the 2018 Brazilian Grand Prix!

Next up, the 2018 Brazilian Grand Prix on Sunday!

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Sergio Sette Camara joins McLaren Young Driver Programme
Posted by: ASkyler on Tuesday, November 06, 2018 - 06:23 AM
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Sergio Sette Camara joins McLaren Young Driver Programme


McLaren is pleased to announce that Sergio Sette Camara has joined the McLaren Young Driver Programme as Test and Development Driver.

Sergio, 20, from Belo Horizonte, Brazil, is currently competing in Formula 2, and will work closely with team as part of his development. He will also provide valuable support to its racing programme for 2019.

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Rob Smedley to Leave Williams
Posted by: ASkyler on Monday, November 05, 2018 - 06:33 AM
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Rob Smedley to Leave Williams


Williams can confirm that Rob Smedley will leave the team at the end of the 2018 FIA Formula One World Championship season.

Rob joined the team in 2014 as Head of Performance Engineering, making his first appearance at the Bahrain Grand Prix to help guide the race operations team at a time of transition following a poor 2013 campaign. The team went on to finish third in the Championship for two consecutive years before finishing fifth in 2016 and 2017.


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HiFive: Daimler celebrates Lewis Hamilton's fifth World Championship
Posted by: ASkyler on Tuesday, October 30, 2018 - 06:43 AM
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HiFive: Daimler celebrates Lewis Hamilton's fifth World Championship


Dieter Zetsche: "Congratulations to Lewis Hamilton and the entire Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport team. Together, you guys created something extraordinary in racing history!"

Lewis Hamilton is one of only three Formula One drivers who have won five or more championships, after Juan Manuel Fangio and
Michael Schumacher

Stuttgart/Mexico City - When Lewis Hamilton crossed the finish line yesterday to be crowned FIA Formula One World Champion for the fifth time in his career, not only the team at the race track in Mexico celebrated. Many Daimler employees in Germany and around the world had watched the race on TV, keeping their fingers crossed for their colleagues at the track. One of them was Dieter Zetsche, Chairman of the Board of Management of Daimler AG and Head of Mercedes-Benz Cars.

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2018 Mexico GP: Formula One F1 Race Results - Verstappen, Red Bull Win!
Posted by: ASkyler on Sunday, October 28, 2018 - 04:46 PM
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2018 Mexico GP: Formula One F1 Race Results - Verstappen, Red Bull Win!


By Mike Sulka

Full Max attack! Hamilton champ! Max Verstappen and his No. 33 Red Bull has won the 2018 Mexico Grand Prix. For Verstappen, it is his second win of the 2018 season, and fifth of his Formula One F1 career. It is also his 20th career podium.

Sebastian Vettel and his No. 5 Ferrari failed to get a win when he needed one. Instead, he would pad his stats picking up his 11th podium of the year, and 110th of his career. Ferrari and Vettel have lost the plot since the summer break, and missed a great opportunity for more this season.

Kimi Raikkonen and his No. 7 Ferrari would finish third while Lewis Hamilton and his No. 44 Mercedes would finish fourth. With the result, Hamilton would gain enough points to secure the 2018 F1 Formula One driver's championship with two Grand Prix to go.

Its been a great run for Hamilton. Since the summer, he has simply dominated. Congratulations to the 2018 F1 5-time drivers champion!

Recap

Lewis Hamilton and his No. 44 Mercedes would get a great start as the lights went out and would get side by side with Max Verstappen and his No. 33 Red Bull, but Verstappen would take the lead exiting Turn One. Daniel Ricciardo and his No. 3 Red Bull had too much wheel spin getting off the line and would slot into third. Sebastian Vettel and his No. 5 Ferrari started third, and would get stuck behind Ricciardo, and slot into fourth.

Fernando Alonso would pull to the side of the track in his McLaren Renault on Lap 5, possibly damage from Turn One Lap One. The situation would bring out the Virtual Safety Car.

By Lap 10, Verstappen would begin to pull away from Hamilton - four seconds. Vettel would trail by nine seconds.

Hamilton would be the first of the leaders to stop - Lap 12 - and take on supersoft (red) Pirelli tyres. Hamilton would return to the track in fifth. Ricciardo would stop on the next lap, and Verstappen would pit from the lead one lap later. Ferrari would leave Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen on the track, slowing the progress of Verstappen but not for long.

Vettel would wait until Lap 18 to stop, Raikkonen would follow.

Strategy update - According to Pirelli, Verstappen was the ONLY driver of the top six with two sets of supersoft tyres. If Hamilton, Vettel, and Ricciardo can't go to the end on the supersofts, they would need to take on ultras or hypers - though no driver had a set of new ultras.

After 20 Laps, Verstappen would lead by nine seconds, Hamilton, Ricciardo and Vettel would follow.

On Lap 31, the field would once again slow for a one-car incident for Carlos Sainz (Renault) which brought out the Virtual Safety Car. Apparently caused by a power unit issue.

Vettel would get past Ricciardo on Lap 34, to take third. Vettel would be 17 seconds behind Verstappen, and four behind Hamilton.

On Lap 39, Vettel would get past Hamilton on the long main straight with DRS assistance.

Ricciardo would make a charge on Hamilton on Lap 47, and Hamilton would miss his braking point. He'd complain to the pitwall, "I've got f*****n nothing left guys, these tyres are dead."

Both Vettel and Hamilton would stop and take on the ultrasoft compound. Verstappen would cover the strategy, but take on the supersoft tyre.

After the stops, Verstappen would lead, Ricciardo (no stop), Vettel, Raikkonen (no stop), Hamilton and Bottas would follow. Vettel would be eight seconds behind Verstappen.

Poor Ricciardo would suffer another power plant failure to record his eighth DNF of the season. While Vettel would move up to second, he would be 14 seconds behind Verstappen.

At the front, Verstappen would cruise to victory!

Congratulations to Max Verstappen and Red Bull winners of the 2018 Mexico Grand Prix!

Next up, the Brazilian Grand Prix in two weeks.

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2018 Mexico GP: Formula One F1 Qualifying Results - Ricciardo, Red Bull Romp!
Posted by: ASkyler on Saturday, October 27, 2018 - 03:08 PM
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2018 Mexico GP: Formula One F1 Qualifying Results - Ricciardo, Red Bull Romp!


By Mike Sulka

Wow! Red Bulls romp! Daniel Ricciardo and his No. 3 Red Bull has taken the Pole for the 2018 Mexico Grand Prix with a lap of 1:14.759. For Ricciardo, it is his second pole of the 2018 season, and third of his Formula One F1 career.

Ricciardo said, "I have to relax a little, I'm trippin!"

It is the first front row sweep by the Red Bull team in the hybrid era.

Max Verstappen and his No. 33 Red Bull looked like the man to beat all weekend, and held on to provisional Pole in the dying moments. But, in the end the top honor would go to his teammate by two hundredths of a second.

Lewis Hamilton and his No. 44 Mercedes will start third, just ahead of Sebastian Vettel and his No. 5 Ferrari. Hamilton leads the 2018 Formula One F1 drivers points championship by 70 points. Hamilton has won six of the last eight Formula One F1 Grand Prix. Vettel needs a win and a DNF from Hamilton to have any chance of extending the title fight to the finale.

Valtteri Bottas qualified fifth in his Mercedes.

Q1 Recap

Max Verstappen and his No. 33 Red Bull would leap to the top of the time sheets on the hypersoft (pink) Pirelli compound with a lap of 1:15.756. Daniel Ricciardo would be a tenth behind. The Mercedes pair would try the ultrasoft compound, but were well off the pace - seven tenths behind. Valtteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton would put on the hypersoft tyres and leap to the top of the timesheets - Bottas 1:15.580.

KO'd in Q1: Romain Grosjean (Haas F1), Stoffel Vandoorne (McLaren Renault), Kevin Magnussen (Haas F1), Lance Stroll (Williams), Sergey Sirotkin (Williams).

Q2 Recap

On the first runs, the top three teams all elected to run on the ultraosft (purple) compound. The goal would be to have the longer-lasting tyre for the start of the Grand Prix. All of the mid-field teams stuck with the hypersoft hoping to make Q3. The big teams would still set the top six top times after the first runs. Verstappen would set the best time of all 1:15.640.

The top six would go through the motions of a second run on the hypersofts, but their earlier times would hold up.

KO'd in Q2: Esteban Ocon (Force India), Fernando Alonso (McLaren Renault), Sergio Perez (Force India), Brendon Hartley (Toro Rosso), Pierre Gasly (Toro Rosso).

Q3 Recap

Verstappen and Vettel would duel early with Verstappen setting the top early time of 1:14.785. Provisional Pole by nearly two tenths. Hamilton would follow .237 seconds behind Verstappen.

As the checked flag flew, Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull) would take a thrilling Pole with a lap of 1:14.759.

Congratulations to Daniel Ricciardo and Red Bull for taking Pole of the 2018 Mexico Grand Prix!

Next up, the Formula One F1 series will race in the 2018 Mexico Grand Prix on Sunday!


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Rich Energy Announced as Haas F1 Team Title Partner
Posted by: ASkyler on Saturday, October 27, 2018 - 02:28 PM
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Rich Energy Announced as Haas F1 Team Title Partner


Rich Energy, the premium British energy drink brand, will become the title partner of Haas F1 Team in a multi-year agreement beginning with the 2019 FIA Formula One World Championship. The partnership will result in a significant livery change to incorporate the colors of Rich Energy, while the team name will become Rich Energy Haas F1 Team.

Rich Energy, currently available in over 30 countries worldwide, and expanding rapidly, will utilize its partnership with Haas F1 Team as the centerpiece of its marketing campaign, exploiting the global platform offered by Formula One to increase its market share in the competitive energy drink sector.

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2018 Mexico GP: Formula One F1 Practice Results - Verstappen, Red Bull Rock!
Posted by: ASkyler on Friday, October 26, 2018 - 08:10 PM
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2018 Mexico GP: Formula One F1 Practice Results - Verstappen, Red Bull Rock!


By Mike Sulka

Red Bull for real ? Max Verstappen and his No. 33 Red Bull turned the two fastest laps of the day before succumbing to a suspected hydraulic issue at the 2018 Formula One F1 Mexico Grand Prix. Daniel Ricciardo and his No. 3 Red Bull was second quick during both practice sessions. Interestingly, the Red Bulls had the measure of the field by a full second.

Yes, really.

Christian Horner attributed the speed to the altitude saying, "It tends to even things out a bit."

Behind Carlos Sainz and Nico Hulkenberg surprised in the Renault.

Yes, it was that kind of day.

Sebastian Vettel and his No. 5 Ferrari seemed to have the upper hand in the championship fight with Lewis Hamilton. Vettel is way behind in the points, and needs a DNF from Lewis Hamilton to have any hope for the title. While seventh quick, Hamilton was just a tenth behind Vettel.

Surely, Hamilton will move forward tomorrow.

Next up, the Formula One F1 series will complete their final practice for the 2018 Mexico Grand Prix, and then qualify!


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F1 Team Reports
· 2018 Brazil GP: Sauber Formula One F1 Race Recap (Nov 11, 2018)
· 2018 Brazil GP: Renault Formula One F1 Race Recap (Nov 11, 2018)
· 2018 Brazil GP: Mercedes Formula One F1 Race Recap (Nov 11, 2018)
· 2018 Brazil GP: McLaren Renault Formula One F1 Race Recap (Nov 11, 2018)
· 2018 Brazil GP: Pirelli Formula One F1 Race Recap (Nov 11, 2018)
· 2018 Brazil GP: Haas F1 Formula One F1 Race Recap (Nov 11, 2018)
· 2018 Brazil GP: Williams Formula One F1 Race Recap (Nov 11, 2018)
· 2018 Brazil GP: Red Bull Formula One F1 Race Recap (Nov 11, 2018)
· 2018 Brazil GP: Toro Rosso Formula One F1 Race Recap (Nov 11, 2018)
· 2018 Brazil GP: Toro Rosso Formula One F1 Qualifying Recap (Nov 10, 2018)
· 2018 Brazil GP: Red Bull Formula One F1 Qualifying Recap (Nov 10, 2018)
· 2018 Brazil GP: Sauber Formula One F1 Qualifying Recap (Nov 10, 2018)
· 2018 Brazil GP: Pirelli Formula One F1 Qualifying Recap (Nov 10, 2018)
· 2018 Brazil GP: Haas F1 Formula One F1 Qualifying Recap (Nov 10, 2018)
· 2018 Brazil GP: Mercedes Formula One F1 Qualifying Recap (Nov 10, 2018)
· 2018 Brazil GP: Williams Formula One F1 Qualifying Recap (Nov 10, 2018)
· 2018 Brazil GP: McLaren Renault Formula One F1 Qualifying Recap (Nov 10, 2018)
· 2018 Brazil GP: Red Bull Formula One F1 Practice Recap (Nov 10, 2018)
· 2018 Brazil GP: McLaren Renault Formula One F1 Practice Recap (Nov 10, 2018)
· 2018 Brazil GP: Sauber Formula One F1 Practice Recap (Nov 10, 2018)
· 2018 Brazil GP: Haas F1 Formula One F1 Practice Recap (Nov 10, 2018)
· 2018 Brazil GP: Renault Formula One F1 Practice Recap (Nov 10, 2018)
· 2018 Brazil GP: Mercedes Formula One F1 Practice Recap (Nov 10, 2018)
· 2018 Brazil GP: Pirelli Formula One F1 Practice Recap (Nov 10, 2018)
· 2018 Brazil GP: Williams Formula One F1 Practice Recap (Nov 10, 2018)
· 2018 Brazil GP: Red Bull Formula One F1 Race Preview (Nov 09, 2018)
· 2018 Brazil GP: Toro Rosso Formula One F1 Race Preview (Nov 09, 2018)
· 2018 Brazil GP: Williams Formula One F1 Race Preview (Nov 09, 2018)
· 2018 Brazil GP: Sauber Formula One F1 Race Preview (Nov 09, 2018)
· 2018 Brazil GP: Pirelli Formula One F1 Race Preview (Nov 09, 2018)
· 2018 Brazil GP: Mercedes Formula One F1 Race Preview (Nov 09, 2018)
· 2018 Brazil GP: McLaren Renault Formula One F1 Race Preview (Nov 09, 2018)
· 2018 Brazil GP: Haas F1 Formula One F1 Race Preview (Nov 09, 2018)
· 2018 Brazil GP: Renault Formula One F1 Race Preview (Nov 09, 2018)
· 2018 Mexico GP: Red Bull Formula One F1 Race Recap (Oct 30, 2018)
· 2018 Mexico GP: Sauber Formula One F1 Race Recap (Oct 30, 2018)
· 2018 Mexico GP: Mercedes Formula One F1 Race Recap (Oct 30, 2018)
· 2018 Mexico GP: Pirelli Formula One F1 Race Recap (Oct 30, 2018)
· 2018 Mexico GP: McLaren Renault Formula One F1 Race Recap (Oct 30, 2018)
· 2018 Mexico GP: Williams Formula One F1 Race Recap (Oct 30, 2018)
· 2018 Mexico GP: Haas F1 Formula One F1 Race Recap (Oct 30, 2018)
· 2018 Mexico GP: Red Bull Formula One F1 Qualifying Recap (Oct 27, 2018)
· 2018 Mexico GP: Sauber Formula One F1 Qualifying Recap (Oct 27, 2018)
· 2018 Mexico GP: Haas F1 Formula One F1 Qualifying Recap (Oct 27, 2018)
· 2018 Mexico GP: Mercedes Formula One F1 Qualifying Recap (Oct 27, 2018)
· 2018 Mexico GP: McLaren Renault Formula One F1 Qualifying Recap (Oct 27, 2018)
· 2018 Mexico GP: Pirelli Formula One F1 Qualifying Recap (Oct 27, 2018)
· 2018 Mexico GP: Williams Formula One F1 Qualifying Recap (Oct 27, 2018)
· 2018 Mexico GP: Red Bull Formula One F1 Practice Recap (Oct 27, 2018)
· 2018 Mexico GP: Sauber Formula One F1 Practice Recap (Oct 27, 2018)

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