Lewis Hamilton could be crowned Britain's first four-times Formula One world champion in Texas this weekend while Mercedes are on the brink of a fourth consecutive constructor's title. SuperSport Also reported by •Reuters •SBS
[South Africa], Oct 18 (ANI): Finish driver Kimi Raikkonen has insisted that Ferrari would continue to push until the last lap of the last race despite losing significant points to Mercedes in the Sify Also reported by •DNA
Formula One drivers Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo attended an event in Tokyo and said while they are happy with the win in Malaysia on Sunday, the team still faces tough competition from Mercedes.. Source: Reuters - Sports -
Briton’s Lewis Hamilton has gained his seventieth pole position in Formula One, driving for Mercedes in Malaysia.
He’d been sixth on Friday and only fifth in Saturday’s final practice but he.. Source: euronews (in English) -
Toyota is reportedly working on an electric car powered by a new type of battery that significantly increases driving range and reduces charging time to just a few minutes. Thus overcoming one of the.. Source: Euronews English -
Mercedes-AMG's new F1 car is officially street legal. The Project One can hit 124 mph in less than six seconds. When the car hits the market in 2020, it'll cost $2.7 million when. Project One is built.. Source: Vocativ - Affiliate -
Mercedes-AMG’s Lewis Hamilton now looks certain to win the 2017 Formula 1 World Championship after another impressive performance on Sunday at the Japanese Grand Prix delivered the 3-time champion.. MotorAuthority
Lewis Hamilton won the Japanese GP
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Lewis Hamilton took a huge step towards securing his fourth Formula 1.. Autocar
SUZUKA, Japan (Reuters) - Ferrari's continuing reliability woes have robbed Formula One fans and Mercedes of the thrilling title battle they were hoping for, last year's champion Nico Rosberg said on.. SBS Also reported by •SuperSport
Championship leader Lewis Hamilton won the Japanese Grand Prix on Sunday, taking a major step toward winning his fourth Formula One title.
The Mercedes driver crossed the finish line 1.2 seconds.. L.A. Times