Mercedes have now confirmed that George Russell will be jumping into the Mercedes W11 to replace Lewis Hamilton, after it was confirmed Hamilton had tested positive for COVID-19. You thought 2020 couldn’t get any weirder?
With the shocking news that Lewis Hamilton has COVID-19 and will miss the Sakhir Grand Prix this weekend, we have put together a list of the most suitable candidates who could temporarily take the wheel of the best modern F1 car we’ve seen. No pressure, guys.
In what has been the worst kept secret in F1 this year, Nikita Mazepin has been confirmed at Haas for the 2021 season. Mazepin, who is currently third in the F2 championship, will join the team on a multi-year deal, making him the just the fourth Russian driver to compete in Formula 1. A statement […]
Lewis Hamilton will miss the opportunity to make it six consecutive race wins, after testing positive for Covid-19. It will be the first time the seven-time world champion has missed a race since starting his F1 career in 2007, putting to an end his record of 265 consecutive race starts. A statement from Mercedes read: […]
When Checo announced he was to be hosting a surprise press conference after the Bahrain Grand Prix, everyone instantly assumed he would be confirming a Red Bull race seat or announcing a sabbatical. Instead what we got was one of the most meme-worthy moments from the F1 season so far.
There was another near-miss at the Bahrain Grand Prix this weekend, as Lando Norris narrowly avoided contact with a marshal who broke protocol crossing the track to extinguish a fire on Sergio Perez’s car.