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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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McLaren-Honda today reveals its brand-new Formula 1 challenger, the MP4-31, ahead of the first all-team test, which will begin in…

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

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A shortened nose, a tapered rear end and an intriguing red-and-white livery are the signature features of the new SF16-H.…

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The new Williams Mercedes FW38 was unveiled today ahead of the first pre-season test in Barcelona, Spain next week. For…

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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



2019 Monaco GP: Formula One F1 Race Results - Hamilton, Mercedes Win!
Posted by: ASkyler on Sunday, May 26, 2019 - 09:18 AM
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2019 Monaco GP: Formula One F1 Race Results - Hamilton, Mercedes Win!


By Mike Sulka

Lewis Hamilton and his No. 44 Mercedes has won a hard fought Formula One F1 2019 Monaco Grand Prix. For Hamilton, it is his fourth win of the season, and 77th of his career. Hamilton now leads the drivers points fight by 17 points. However, the race would end with Hamilton under investigation following his incident with Max Verstappen.

For Mercedes, it was the teams sixth victory of the year, but broke a string of five one-two finishes.

Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari may enjoy a change in luck. Vettel was able to pick up second position due to the Max Verstappen (Red Bull) 5-second penalty.

In third, Valtteri Bottas and his No. 77 Mercedes would pick up his sixth podium of the season, and 36th of his Formula One career. Bottas was denied second place by an untimely Safety Car as he had to wait for Hamilton's pit to complete.

Max Verstappen was within one second of Lewis Hamilton for most of the race. Unfortunately, it is Monaco and passing is rare. Along with a 5-second penalty for an unsafe release by his team, fourth would be the best outcome for the youngster.

Pierre Gasly (Red Bull) turned hot laps on the soft compound, he would finish fifth.

Recap

The front of the grid would get away in an orderly manner. Verstappen would try to challenge Bottas, but couldn't find the room to get the move done. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) would lead followed by Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes), Max Verstappen (Red Bull), Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari), and Daniel Ricciardo (Renault).

Behind Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) would start 15th after gaining a position overnight due to grid penalties. By Lap Two, Leclerc would be up to 13th.

On Lap 9, Leclerc would make an ill-fated move on Nico Hulkenberg (Renault). The two would touch, and Leclerc would shread his defalted tyre returning to the pits. He would drop to the rear of the field. The debris would lead to the first Safety Car of the day.

Hamilton (Mediums), Bottas (Mediums) and Verstappen (Hard) would all pit for tyres. With Bottas having to wait for Hamilton, Verstappen would be able to freely pit and take second. Vettel (Hard) would continue to run fourth. Bottas would complain about the Verstappen move, "He pushed me hard into the wall." Bottas would return to the pits and put on the hard Pirelli compound and drop back to fourth.

Hamilton would lead field when the Safety Car pulled in on Lap 14.

Race Control would announce a five second penalty for Verstappen on Lap 23. With the leaders running nose-to-tail, it could be costly. The Red Bull pitwall would give Verstappen three options: Take the penalty at the end of the race, take the penalty at a pit stop, or get past Hamilton and drive off into the distance.

As the laps would continue, Hamilton would say, "I might have the wrong tyre on man." Halfway on the stint, 35 laps to go on the medium compound. Lap after lap, Hamilton would complain about his tyres, and his pitwall would respond that all he needed to do was stay in front. "I don't know what you were hoping when you put these tyres on man, you need to hope for a miracle."

Behind, Verstappen would continue to pressure Hamilton as best he could with his tyre advantage.

With two laps to go, Verstappen would make a major attempt as the pair came out of the tunnel. Verstappen would dive to the inside, and Hamilton would shortcut the chicane. The Stewards would decide to put the incident under investigation.

Hamilton would take the checkers.

Congratulations to Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes apparent winners of the 2019 Monaco Grand Prix!

Next up, the 2019 Formula One F1 Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal.

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2019 Monaco GP: Three Quick Takes from Formula One F1 Qualifying
Posted by: ASkyler on Saturday, May 25, 2019 - 07:35 PM
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2019 Monaco GP: Three Quick Takes from Formula One F1 Qualifying


By Mike Sulka

1. Hamilton v Bottas

Bottas seems to have made Hamilton better. And maybe that's the highest compliment that can be paid. Afterall, that is the role of a fellow driver on a Formula One team. Hamilton was clearly elated with his Pole today, it would seem a great achievement from within his cockpit.

Heading into tomorrow, only four active drivers have won at Monaco. Hamilton (twice), Vettel (twice), Kimi Raikkonen (once), and Daniel Ricciardo (once). Even more interesting, Mark Webber, Nico Rosberg, and Fernando Alonso make up all but one (seven total) of the other victories since 2005.

Don't expect a hard fight past Turn One. Mercedes will be looking to set an all-time record for consecutive one-two finishes (six). Something even the great and dominant Williams, Ferrari and McLaren teams have never done.

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2019 Monaco GP (Monte Carlo): Formula One F1 Qualifying Results - Hamilton, Mercedes on Pole!
Posted by: ASkyler on Saturday, May 25, 2019 - 09:48 AM
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2019 Monaco GP (Monte Carlo): Formula One F1 Qualifying Results - Hamilton, Mercedes on Pole!


By Mike Sulka

Mercedes perfect. Red Bull coming. Lewis Hamilton and his No. 44 Mercedes has taken the Pole with a record lap during qualifying for the 2019 Formula One F1 Monaco GP on the streets of Monte Carlo. For Hamilton, it is his second Pole of the 2019 season, and 85th of his Formula One F1 career. It is just Hamilton's second career Pole at Monaco.

"Yes, that's what I'm talking about. I had to dig deep to get this one."

For Mercedes, it is the team's fifth pole of the 2019 season. It is also the team's fifth front row lock-out. It is their 62nd front row lock-out in team history.

Valtteri Bottas and his No. 77 Mercedes would give it his best shot, but qualify just behind Hamilton after being ahead most of the day.

Max Verstappen (Red Bull) qualified third fastest to further cement that Red Bull are coming.

Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari will start fourth to further cement that Ferrari are moving backwards, and really don't have an answer. Vettel was eight tenths behind Hamilton, and three behind Verstappen.

Pierre Gasly (Red Bull) continues to improve, and will start fifth.

Q1 Recap

Max Verstappen (Red Bull) would set the early top time at 1:11.725. Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari) would struggle with his re-built front end, running P15 after the first runs. Verstappen would improve his time to 1:11.597. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) would lock in right behind on his second run. Bottas would reset the fastest time to 1:11.562. Hamilton would follow suit - 1:11.542.

Vettel would continue to struggle as he ran nearly eight tenths behind before wacking the swimming pool barrier with his left rear near the swimming pool. He would dive into the pits and return to track in P17 - in the KO zone. He would then set the fastest qualifying lap at 1:11.434.

Meanwhile Ferrari would leave Leclerc in the garage, and Vettel's time would be the one to knock Leclerc out of qualifying.

Utter failure by the Ferrari pit wall.

KO'd in Q1: Charles Leclerc (Ferrari), Sergio Perez (Racing Point), Lance Stroll (Racing Point), George Russell (Williams), Robert Kubica (Williams).

Q2 Recap

Bottas would set a track record on his first run - 1:10.701. Verstappen would slip run three tenths behind, and Hamilton four tenths off. Vettel's first run would be 1.2 seconds back. Hamilton's second lap of his first run would be a tenth off Bottas. Vettel's second run would allow him to close to within half a second, but still firmly behind the Red Bull of Verstappen.

Verstappen would then improve on his last run to set another new track record of 1:10.618.

KO'd in Q2: Nico Hulkenberg (Renault), Lando Norris (McLaren Renault), Romain Grosjean (Renault), Kimi Raikkonen (Alfa Romeo), Antonio Giovinazzi (Alfa Romeo).

Q3 Recap

After the first runs, Valtteri Bottas would set another new track record at 1:10.252. Hamilton would slot in behind - two tenths back. Verstappen would be third fastest - four tenths behind. Vettel would be well back, seven tenths.

Vettel would touch the wall on his final run to blow up his final effort.

Hamilton would fight back on his final run to claim Pole with a lap of 1:10.166.

Congratulations to Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes for winning Pole for the 2019 Monaco Grand Prix.

Next up, the 2019 Formula One Monaco Grand Prix on Sunday.

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2019 Monaco GP (Monte Carlo): Formula One F1 Practice Results - Hamilton, Mercedes Fastest!
Posted by: ASkyler on Thursday, May 23, 2019 - 07:40 PM
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2019 Monaco GP (Monte Carlo): Formula One F1 Practice Results - Hamilton, Mercedes Fastest!


By Mike Sulka

No surprise. Lewis Hamilton and his No. 44 Mercedes crushed all challengers during the Thursday practice sessions for the 2019 Formula One F1 Monaco Grand Prix. Hamilton set a fastest lap of 1:11.118.

Only Valtteri Bottas was close. Bottas set a lap of 1:11.199.

Behind, everyone was at least seven tenths behind.

The only surprise this weekend will be if Mercedes don't sweep the front row in qualifying and if Mercedes don't finish one-two on Sunday.

Behind, Ferrari and Red Bull will be fighting for the final podium position. It should be a good fight.

Next up, Saturday qualifying for the 2019 Monaco Grand Prix.

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Little Mole goes from stars to cars with Alfa Romeo Racing
Posted by: ASkyler on Thursday, May 23, 2019 - 09:19 AM
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Little Mole goes from stars to cars with Alfa Romeo Racing


There will be an extra dose of adventure in the Alfa Romeo Racing garage as Little Mole, the beloved cartoon character created by animator Zdeněk Miler, is announced as the new team partner.

Born in 1956 in Prague, Little Mole is not your ordinary mole. Over more than six decades, its adventures have spanned the globe, propelling the cute mammal to stardom and growing a massive fan base, especially in Eastern Europe and the Nordic countries.


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300 times Kimi
Posted by: ASkyler on Thursday, May 23, 2019 - 09:14 AM
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300 times Kimi


300. Few drivers in the history of Formula One have ever reached such heady heights in terms of race entries, and next weekend will mark this important milestone for our very own Kimi Räikkönen. Yes, he had to be told. "DRIVING IS THE ONLY THING I LIKE ABOUT F1", the Iceman famously said, so it's safe to say numbers do not mean a lot to him. Do not expect a commemorative helmet, either. "IT PROTECTS MY HEAD", that is all it does - how to disagree? And were Formula One to organise a special commemoration on the grid before the race, well, we can only hope it doesn't clash with Kimi's loo break...


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Fuel & engine oil crucial to Aston Martin Red Bull Racing victories
Posted by: ASkyler on Thursday, May 23, 2019 - 09:05 AM
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Fuel & engine oil crucial to Aston Martin Red Bull Racing victories


Q&A with… CHRISTIAN HORNER Team Principal, Aston Martin Red Bull Racing

Formula One is a competive environment where even the smallest detail can be the difference between reaching the top step of the podium and missing out on points. It means strong partnerships are important to success, with ExxonMobil playing a key role in Aston Martin Red Bull Racing’s recent form, which includes seven Grands Prix victories in two seasons, as Team Principal Christian Horner explains…

ExxonMobil and Aston Martin Red Bull Racing joined forces ahead of the 2017 Formula One season. How important is a Formula One team’s fuel and lubricants supplier to their success?


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Jamie Chadwick joins Williams Racing Driver Academy
Posted by: ASkyler on Thursday, May 23, 2019 - 09:04 AM
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Jamie Chadwick joins Williams Racing Driver Academy


ROKiT Williams Racing is pleased to announce that Jamie Chadwick has joined the team’s Driver Academy in the role of Development Driver.

Jamie, 21, is currently driving in the new W Series, and has enjoyed a successful career in both single-seaters and sportscars. She claimed the 2015 British GT4 Title in 2015, became a British Formula 3 race winner in 2018, won the MRF Winter Series in 2018/19, and was the inaugural winner of the first W Series race earlier this month - all historic firsts for a female racing driver.

As a Development Driver, Jamie will be fully immersed into the team both trackside and in the factory at Grove. Alongside a busy simulator programme, she will also attend three European races, starting at the British Grand Prix, and support the team in a number of media and marketing activities.

Williams has a history of bringing young drivers into Formula One and developing raw talent. Jenson Button, Nico Rosberg, David Coulthard, Nico Hulkenberg and Valtteri Bottas all started their F1 careers at Williams. Our Driver Academy is aimed at giving drivers training and mentorship to enable them to be in the best position to achieve their ambitions. Jamie joins Nicholas Latifi, the team’s Reserve Driver in the academy.

Speaking about the announcement, Jamie Chadwick said; “It is a great honour to be joining the Williams Racing Driver Academy. The time in the simulator is a fantastic opportunity to aid with my development. I look forward to spending time in the factory at Grove, immersing myself within the team and assisting wherever I can. Being a part of the Driver Academy is an amazing platform and I’m excited to get started.”

Claire Williams, Deputy Team Principal, commented; “I am delighted to confirm that Jamie Chadwick has joined the Williams Racing Driver Academy in the role of Development Driver. I have had the pleasure of watching Jamie race first hand in Hockenheim where she claimed victory at the season opening W Series race. Alongside her on-track commitments, Jamie will undertake simulator work for Williams, be immersed both trackside and at the factory with the team and will participate in marketing activities.

Promoting women in motorsport is extremely important and having a female role model as part of our Driver Academy will hopefully inspire young girls to take up racing at a young age. We hope to show that motorsport is inclusive and exciting, be that as a driver or on the engineering side. Jamie is a great talent and I look forward to working with her.”



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Remembering Niki Lauda
Posted by: ASkyler on Tuesday, May 21, 2019 - 06:31 AM
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Remembering Niki Lauda


MotoGP™ and Dorna Sports are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of three-time Formula 1 World Champion Niki Lauda. A true legend and one of the biggest characters in motorsport, he will be deeply missed.

Lauda’s path to the top was as unique as the man. Betting on himself in the early 1970s, he laid the groundwork for a career that would define a generation of F1 as he impressed those around him with his potential and skill, opening the door to the sport’s most iconic constructor: Ferrari. 1974 saw the Austrian take his first podiums, race wins and pole positions, and the stage was set for a real assault on the crown, which came in 1975 as he secured his place in the history books. But there was more to come and Lauda would go on to write far more than a single chapter.


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Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport mourns Niki Lauda
Posted by: ASkyler on Tuesday, May 21, 2019 - 06:29 AM
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Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport mourns Niki Lauda


Toto Wolff, Team Principal of Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport, today paid tribute to the team's Chairman, Niki Lauda, who passed away on Monday evening.

"First of all, on behalf of the team and all at Mercedes, I wish to send our deepest condolences to Birgit, Niki's children, his family and close friends.


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· 2019 Monaco GP: Red Bull Formula One F1 Race Preview (May 23, 2019)
· 2019 Monaco GP: Alfa Romeo Formula One F1 Race Preview (May 23, 2019)
· 2019 Monaco GP: Renault Formula One F1 Race Preview (May 23, 2019)
· 2019 Monaco GP: Haas F1 Formula One F1 Race Preview (May 23, 2019)
· 2019 Monaco GP: Racing Point Formula One F1 Race Preview (May 23, 2019)
· 2019 Monaco GP: Williams Formula One F1 Race Preview (May 23, 2019)
· 2019 Monaco GP: McLaren Renault Formula One F1 Race Preview (May 23, 2019)
· 2019 Monaco GP: Pirelli Formula One F1 Race Preview (May 23, 2019)
· 2019 Monaco GP: Toro Rosso Formula One F1 Race Preview (May 23, 2019)
· 2019 Barcelona: Mercedes Wednesday Formula One F1 Test Recap (May 16, 2019)
· 2019 Barcelona: Haas F1 Wednesday Formula One F1 Test Recap (May 16, 2019)
· 2019 Barcelona: Toro Rosso Wednesday Formula One F1 Test Recap (May 16, 2019)
· 2019 Barcelona: McLaren Renault Wednesday Formula One F1 Test Recap (May 16, 2019)
· 2019 Barcelona: Racing Point Wednesday Formula One F1 Test Recap (May 15, 2019)
· 2019 Barcelona: Pirelli Wednesday Formula One F1 Test Recap (May 15, 2019)
· 2019 Barcelona: Alfa Romeo Wednesday Formula One F1 Test Recap (May 15, 2019)
· 2019 Barcelona: Red Bull Wednesday Formula One F1 Test Recap (May 15, 2019)
· 2019 Barcelona: Williams Wednesday Formula One F1 Test Recap (May 15, 2019)
· 2019 Barcelona: Haas F1 Tuesday Formula One F1 Test Recap (May 15, 2019)
· 2019 Barcelona: Mercedes Tuesday Formula One F1 Test Recap (May 15, 2019)
· 2019 Barcelona: McLaren Renault Tuesday Formula One F1 Test Recap (May 15, 2019)

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