Lewis Hamilton won the Russian Grand Prix, as fortune favoured him and Ferrari floundered.
The world champion moved closer to winning a sixth world title - 73 points clear of nearest challenger and team-mate Valtteri Bottas with 130 remaining - after a virtual safety car was brought out after
Sebastian Vettel ended his victory drought by winning the Singapore Grand Prix, with a helping hand from his Ferrari masters.
The 32-year-old German was kindly given the advantageous strategy – a favouritism that controversially cost his team-mate Charles Leclerc, the pole-sitter, a third consecutive triumph. As it was, Vettel
Valtteri Bottas crashed out of first practice for the Singapore Grand Prix.
Bottas, Lewis Hamilton's closest challenger for this season's championship, lost control of his Mercedes at Turn 19, slamming into the barriers. Bottas was unscathed in the low-speed accident, but the Finn sustained serious damage to the front of
What a moment of jubilation it was for the ice-veined Monegasque, a 21-year-old in his first Italian Grand Prix wearing the most famous overalls in motor racing. It was not easy, as we were saying, because he had the greatest driver in the world breathing right down his neck for
Charles Leclerc claimed his first Formula One victory on an afternoon overshadowed by the death of his boyhood friend Anthoine Hubert at Spa on Saturday.
The Belgian Grand Prix took place despite Hubert, a 22-year-old Frenchman, perishing at Eau Rouge corner in a Formula Two race less than 24 hours
Lewis Hamilton will lead Formula One’s mourning community when it bows its head in silence before Sunday’s Belgian Grand Prix.
Then 20 men will race up the steep face of Eau Rouge corner, where on Saturday afternoon a 22-year-old French racing driver died. Anthoine Hubert’s name was little known
Lewis Hamilton perseverance paid off right at the end as he overtook Max Verstappen on Lap 67 to win the Hungarian Grand Prix at the Hungaroring in Budapest.
After winning the race of the season so far at the German Grand Prix last week, Verstappen seemed to have held
Lewis Hamilton's voice was as fragile as a child's as he tried to rationalise how the race had wrung the living daylights out of him, yet shown Formula One in all its captivating technicolour.
He was broken in the Mercedes motorhome, cursing himself, his team, the fates, the lot. 'It
Lewis Hamilton took pole position for the German Grand Prix with a helping hand from Ferrari.
The five-time world champion, who had been feeling unwell going into qualifying at Hockenheim, set the fastest time despite struggling for pace through practice.
Red Bull’s Max Verstappen qualified second and Mercedes No 2
Max Verstappen drove like a man possessed to win the Austrian Grand Prix – despite being glued to the spot at the start and then being involved in a controversial overtake to secure victory.
Verstappen kept his victory at the Austrian Grand Prix after he escaped a penalty for his winning