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Formula One title rivals Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen’s crash penalties cannot be compared, says race director Michael Masi. Hamilton was given a 10-second penalty at Silverstone after a collision with the Dutchman in July, and Verstappen has been slapped with a three-place grid penalty for the Russian Grand Prix following the pair’s second crash of the season, at the Italian GP.
At this weekend's Goodwood Revival in England, a rebuilt BRM P15 race car will debut. Unless you're 70 or older, the above sentence probably means nothing to you. So, a quick history lesson. British Racing Motors (BRM) was a big name in F1 between 1951 and 1977. The team eventually went bust following a series of disastrous cars in the 1970s.
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F1 is indeed a difficult sport that even diehard fans are having some challenges to follow until a team become victorious. If you’re a fan of other sports like soccer, hockey, football, baseball, basketball or perhaps, some casino games like 바카라, video poker and so forth, it is fairly easy to become a fan. But with F1, it just takes it on a whole new level. Want to know why? Then you better keep reading…
Max Verstappen has been given a three-place grid penalty for his collision with Lewis Hamilton at Monza. There has been much criticism of the penalty which some say is disproportionate to the ten-second penalty Lewis received at Silverstone, but according to Michael Masi the two moments are not comparable. Verstappen...
On lap 15 of the Italian Grand Prix, Ocon was battling Aston Martin driver Vettel for 12th place, at which point de Alpine moved to the race line for the second chicane while the four-time champion of the world was on the outside; this action pushed the German partially off the track.
Lewis Hamilton is a lucky, lucky boy. Newly-released dash-cam footage shows just how close Max Verstappen's wheel came to grazing the Brit's head - and it makes for pretty startling viewing. To put it simply, the Halo saved Hamilton's life. The two rival drivers crashed at Italian Grand Prix over...
Perez was handed a five-second penalty at Monza, dropping him from third to fifth, after he was deemed to have gained an unfair advantage by cutting a corner. The Mexican ran behind the kerbs at the second chicane on lap 32 as he attempted to go around the outside of Leclerc as they battled for third spot.
Perez was handed a five-second penalty at Monza, dropping him from third to fifth, after he was deemed to have gained an unfair advantage by cutting a corner. The Mexican ran behind the curbs at the second chicane on lap 32 as he attempted to go around the outside of Leclerc as they battled for the third spot.
Saudi Arabia to host maiden F1 Grand Prix, but human rights threaten to overshadow country’s global sporting ambitions
In December, Saudi Arabia will host its first ever F1 race in Jeddah as the sport continues to grow in the Middle East. Ahead of the grand prix, CNN spoke with Prince Khalid Bin Sultan Al Faisal, President of the Saudi Automobile & Motorcycle Federation, about the concerns human rights groups have about holding the race in the kingdom.
Involved in yet another big crash with Max Verstappen, Lewis Hamilton has warned that it “will continue” if lessons aren’t learned. Hamilton and Verstappen crashed out of the Italian Grand Prix, the title protagonists latest wheel-to-wheel battle ending with both of them in the gravel. Running over the inside kerbs...
The recently announced leaders of Formula One Miami Grand Prix further fueled anticipation for the 2022 race with the release of the name and rendering of the proposed sports and entertainment venue. Miami International Autodrome will be located entirely within the Miami Dolphins' Hard Rock Stadium Campus in Miami Gardens....
Lewis Hamilton vs Max Verstappen: Explaining the frightening F1 crash, the penalty, and how halo saved Mercedes driver
This time, it sent both drivers out of the race - while Verstappen's Red Bull car shockingly ended right on top of Hamilton's Mercedes. But how did they end up in that position? Did F1's halo save Hamilton? And was Verstappen's penalty fair?. We go through some of the key...
Lewis Hamilton will be itching to regain his Championship lead at the Italian Grand Prix on Sunday. He is five points behind rival Max Verstappen and so he will have to beat the Dutchman to go ahead of him. And he will be even more eager as this racing season...
What did you think of today’s Sprint Qualifying event? Share your verdict on the Italian Grand Prix Sprint Qualifying race. RaceFans has held polls on every F1 race since 2008 to find out which fans thought of each round of the season. Join in the latest poll and give your...