Daniel Ricciardo tops free practice two at the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Atop the timesheets once again sat Daniel Ricciardo at the Hungaroring. Putting his upgraded Red Bull ahead of the field on the supersoft tyres, above Sebastian Vettel and Valtteri Bottas as Lewis Hamilton missed his chance at a flying lap thanks to yellow flags for Felipe Massa and a red flag when Pascal Wehlrein suffered a heavy head on crash at Turn 11.
Daniel Ricciardo miraculously victorious at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.
After qualifying in 10th when he crashed out of Q3, Ricciardo started the day immersed in the midfield before plummeting to the back with an early pit-stop. But after a storming drive while others crashed and retired, Ricciardo immerged victorious from Bottas and podium debutant Stroll having capitalised on the misfortunes of Hamilton and a frustrated Vettel.
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.
Recap the Brazilian Grand Prix with eight talking points from Interlagos.
With rain pouring throughout and the safety car regularly required, Lewis Hamilton finally conquered the Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace. But while he reduced Rosberg’s championship lead, it was Max Verstappen shining brightly as he stormed through the stormy field. A storm also brewed between Alonso and Vettel as the Spaniard claimed he’s ready “drive into” the Ferrari. Continue reading →
Lewis Hamilton wins the 2016 Brazilian Grand Prix.
Pouring rain and pouring hearts for a safety car start at the Brazilian Grand Prix. But when Raikkonen crashed out 10 seconds into a restart to instigate a red-flag, race control’s safety concerns were warranted. Yet when the race got going, more hearts bled for Massa and fans cheered for Verstappen – but it was Lewis Hamilton controlling the race for his first Brazilian victory.
Lewis Hamilton tops final practice at the British Grand Prix.
Narrow margins separate the Silver Arrows at the British Grand Prix, with Hamilton topping the final practice session by six-hundredths of a second. But while Rosberg recovered lost running from a water leak, Sebastian Vettel was struck with another gearbox failure as Ericsson crashed out.