Preview the 2017 USGP, where Lewis Hamilton could become F1 champion again.
Painting the pit lane pink, COTA and Formula One join forces with Susan G Komen, the world’s leading breast cancer organisation, to raise funds and awareness at the USGP. The race at which Lewis Hamilton could clinch title number four, two-years after his last title-success – clinched at the Circuit of the Americas.
Preview round 16 of the FIA Formula One World Championship, the Japanese Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel is clear to race Lewis Hamilton at the Japanese Grand Prix after Ferrari cleared his Malaysia Grand Prix gearbox of any damage from the post-race shunt with Lance Stroll that cost the Prancing Horse a wheel. Meaning no grid-penalties are guaranteed for the title-chasing German, as he looks to begin a sizeable turnaround at the only figure of eight circuit on the F1 calendar.
Preview round 15 of the 2017 Formula One season, the Malaysian Grand Prix.
For the 19th and, for now at least, final time Formula One travels to Kuala Lumpur for the Malaysian Grand Prix. Home to Mercedes’ sponsor Petronas, but only ever home to a Hamilton victory on one occasion. While title-rival Sebastian Vettel has clinched victory on 4 occasions, the most by any driver in a Formula One championship Grand Prix.
Preview the 2017 British Grand Prix, potentially one of the last.
With year-on-year losses continuing to mount, Silverstone & the BRDC have formally triggered their break clause to host the British Grand Prix. Giving the race just two more years of certainty, and placing pressure on Liberty Media to keep one of F1’s key Grand Prix. A race taking place this weekend, with home favourite Lewis Hamilton falling further back to title rival Vettel after a podium-less Austrian GP.
Formula One’s annual trip to Great Britain is this weekend. Read on for my preview to the British Grand Prix.
Formula One comes home for one week only as the championship battle rolls into Silverstone for the 2015 British Grand Prix. The home of not only British motorsport, but the country that held the very first Formula One World Championship event back in 1950. Now, 65 years on, who will battle for the win around the 5.891 kilometre circuit. Will it be home-boy Hamilton battling for the win with his team-mate and championship rival, Nico Rosberg or will a Ferrari get in the mix?