March 26 (Gracenote) - Driver and Constructor Standings after the Formula One Australian Grand Prix at Albert Park on Sunday Drivers Points 1. DNA, 3 hours ago
There are "too many dudes" in the paddock at Formula One races and the series needs to improve access for women, Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton said on Thursday. In the leadup to Sundays Australian Grand Prix, the three-times champion Briton, and other ...Deccan Herald, 2 days ago
The 70 in the SF70-H designation alludes to the sportscar company's 70th anniversary. Ferrari unveiled their new Formula One car, the SF70-H, on Friday with the minimum of fanfare after a disappointing 2016 season but plenty of hope among fans that the Italian team will return to winning ways.The online presentation for a car that Ferrari needs to propel them back to the top, after failing to win any races last season, was short compared with some other teams' offerings.Ferrari finished third ...Rediff.com, 4 weeks ago
Former Ferrari technical director and world championship-winning team principal Ross Brawn stepped back into the Formula One arena on Monday in the new role of managing director for motorsport. New owners Liberty Media said the burly Briton, whose Brawn team won the 2009 constructors' and drivers' titles, would be one of two managing directors under chief executive Chase Carey. The other, for commercial operations, is former ESPN executive Sean Bratches. "It’s fantastic to be returning to ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Four-times world champion Sebastian Vettel won the Australian Grand Prix for Ferrari on Sunday to dash Mercedes' hopes of extending their dominance into a fourth successive season of Formula One. The German cruised to his 43rd race victory with a 9.9 second ...DNA, 2 hours ago PHOTOS: Vettel wins in Australia, Hamilton second Rediff.com, 3 hours ago
Finnish driver Valtteri Bottas will partner Britain's triple world champion Lewis Hamilton at dominant Mercedes, winners of the last three drivers and constructors' titles and favourites again this year. IMAGE: Valtteri Bottas gets into his car in the garage. Photograph: Clive Mason/Getty Images Finnish driver Valtteri Bottas will replace retired Formula One world champion Nico Rosberg at Mercedes this season, his Williams team announced on Monday.Brazilian Felipe Massa, who retired at the end ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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