Lewis Hamilton commands the very first wet Formula One night race, the 2017 Singapore Grand Prix.
A race into the unknown as Formula One celebrated the 10th Singapore Grand Prix with the very first night race in wet conditions. A new prospect for the 20 man field, unsure of what tyres to start on and whether the weather would create glare under the lights. Though the drama came when Vettel pinched Verstappen into Raikkonen to take the trio out before the first corner. Promoting Hamilton into a lead he mastered to move 28-points clear of the Ferrari.
Lewis Hamilton wins the qualifying quest at the British Grand Prix.
From a wet start to a fiery end, Hamilton stormed Silverstone to clinch pole at the British Grand Prix. Lewis’ 67th career pole, and fifth at home, moving the Briton to within one of Michael Schumacher on the all-time list. And placing Lewis in a great spot to clinch his fourth consecutive British Grand Prix win.
Lewis Hamilton again sets the pace in Austrian Grand Prix practice.
As issues struck at Red Bull and Toro Rosso, Ferrari surged to snatch second with Sebastian Vettel. But the pace-setter remained Lewis Hamilton as he followed his opening practice flyer with the fastest afternoon lap, despite reports of a late power issue.
Valtteri Bottas claims his first pole at the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton’s qualifying streak is over, as Valtteri Bottas takes pole in Sakhir for the Bahrain Grand Prix. Ending his team-mate’s run of six on the bounce and claim his maiden pole in Formula One.
Vettel continues to set the pace in FP2 at the Bahrain Grand Prix.
The floodlights flickered on, Ferrari finished fettling and Formula One refuelled for the final 90-minutes of Friday running. Yet when those 90-minutes came to an end, Ferrari continued to head the field as supersoft tyres could not demote Vettel. A late issue, however, took the shine off Ferrari’s day.
Second Free Practice at the Chinese Grand Prix sees no running.
90-minutes of clock and cloud watch unfolded in China, as poor weather conditions in Shanghai meant the medical helicopter was unable to operate. Seeing no car hit the track in FP2, after only minor running in the weekend opener.
Max Verstappen tops first free practice for Red Bull at the Chinese Grand Prix.
With a thick layer of cloud smothering the Shanghai International Circuit, the red flags were out and the session was stopped for 40-minutes. But when the cloud lifted, Verstappen went fastest on the wet track. Edging Massa by 1.5-seconds before the cloud returned and closed the designated local hospital.