Lewis Hamilton

Hamilton prevails over Verstappen to win the Bahrain Grand Prix

The reigning seven-time F1 champion held off a late charge from Red Bull's Verstappen to win the 2021 season opener at Bahrain International Circuit.

2021 Formula One season preview

With new names on the grid, new stakes on the line and a new start on the horizon for all teams, the 2021 FIA Formula One World Championship season is hours away from commencing.

Hamilton to remain with Mercedes in 2021

The reigning seven-time F1 champion is set to bid for a record eighth title in 2021 with Mercedes.

2020 Formula One season in review

A look back at the 2020 Formula One World Championship season, marking the 70th anniversary of the first Formula One World Drivers' Championship.

Russell to Mercedes, Aitken to Williams for 2020 Sakhir Grand Prix

George Russell has been named a Mercedes' F1 driver for the 2020 Sakhir Grand Prix, replacing Lewis Hamilton, while Jack Aitken will make his F1 debut with Williams Racing.

2020 Formula One mid-season review

Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes dominate the 2020 Formula One competition through the halfway mark of this season.

Early assessment of the 2020 Formula One season

The Mercedes' dynamic duo of Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas along with Red Bull Racing's Max Verstappen have dominated through the first six races of the 2020 Formula One World Championship season.

Bottas to remain at Mercedes for 2021 F1 season

The Finnish veteran will remain with Mercedes for a fifth season of racing in Formula One.

Hamilton outsmarts Verstappen with pit strategy for Hungarian GP win

In what looked liked it was going to be all Max Verstappen going for his second win of the season, Lewis Hamilton passed the Red Bull Racing driver for the race win with three laps to go in Turn 1. Hamilton pitted on Lap 49 for fresh tires and made up a 20-second deficit to score his seventh Hungarian Grand Prix win.

Bottas takes points lead with win in Azerbaijan

Ferrari paced the field all weekend in practice, but then qualifying came and Charles Leclerc, who led the Ferrari charge, crashed in the second round of qualifying. Instead, Mercedes locked out the front row and it was Valtteri Bottas' day on the streets of Baku.

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