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, 18 minutes ago
Lewis Hamilton set the pace for champions Mercedes on the opening day of Formula One's first pre-season test on Monday with his new car gobbling up the laps with a hunger that others could not match. Hamilton, already favourite for a fourth title this year ...DNA, 3 weeks ago Are you a Hamilton fan? Then design his new helmet Rediff.com, 1 month ago 2017 F1 season may split the men from the boys, reckons Hamilton Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
Recently-retired world champion Nico Rosberg has admitted that he would have liked McLaren driver Fernando Alonso to replace the former for the 2017 season at Mercedes.When asked what his preference would have been, Rosberg said that as now that he is a fan, ...Business Standard, 1 month ago
In Formula One, it was the year that had everything and more. From the arrival of a precocious teenage star to the abrupt retirement of a first-time champion, 2016 will be remembered as a roller-coaster of surprises, accidents, rivalries and farewells.Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
‘If we did not dream big, we would not have finished fourth in the world championship last year’ IMAGE: Sergio Perez, left, of Mexico and Sahara Force India, Vijay Mallya, centre, Team Principal and Managing Director and Esteban Ocon of France pose with the VJM10 car during the Sahara Force India Formula One team launch. Photograph: Mark Thompson/Getty Images. Force India set their sights on breaking into Formula One's top three at the launch of their new car on Wednesday and hit ...Rediff.com, 4 weeks ago
IMAGE: Bernie Ecclestone jokes with a grid girl during the drivers' parade. Photograph: Lars Baron/Getty Images Bernie Ecclestone's 40-year reign as Formula One's commercial supremo ended on Monday with the sport's new owners Liberty Media replacing the 86-year-old Briton with American Chase Carey. Signalling the end of an era, Liberty said in a statement that it had completed the acquisition of Formula One and appointed Chairman Carey to the additional role of Chief Executive. Ecclestone will ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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