The German Grand Prix Strategy Report podcast features ESPN F1 editor Laurence Edmondson.Continue reading
Formula One has become a gift that keeps on giving, and at the weekend’s German Grand Prix it wasn’t just the fans on the receiving end of the sport’s bounty.
Max Verstappen crashes Mercedes’s 125th-anniversary party after Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas both crash in the crashing rain at the German Grand Prix and something has happened to my brain and I have to go now.
Max Verstappen has capitalised on wet-weather chaos to win a barnstorming German Grand Prix at Hockenheim after both Mercedes crashed in the race.Continue reading
This was supposed to be Ferrari’s weekend, but like so many Ferrari weekends, it’s been nothing but disappointment for the Scuderia faithful.Continue reading
Lewis Hamilton has dominated qualifying for the German Grand Prix after pole favourite Ferrari suffered an embarrassing double car failure at Hockenheim.Continue reading
Toto Wolff says he won’t confirm his Mercedes team’s 2020 driver line-up until August at the earliest as he weighs up whether to keep Valtteri Bottas or switch him for Esteban Ocon.Continue reading
Charles Leclerc has topped a sizzling day of practice at the Hockenheimring in a promising start for Ferrari at the German Grand Prix.Continue reading
Daniel Ricciardo insists he has no regrets about leaving Red Bull Racing for Renault despite the French manufacturer’s inconsistent 2019 form that has left it mired in the midfield.Continue reading
Sebastian Vettel has rebuffed questions about his ability to deliver for Ferrari one year on from the German Grand Prix crash that effectively ended his 2018 championship campaign.Continue reading
The Grand Prix Drivers Association will pressure Formula One to make changes to four key pillars of the regulations to improve racing from 2021.Continue reading
Daniel Ricciardo goes to court, William Storey goes to court and Romain Grosjean is sentenced to at least one more race in a Haas car.
We discuss the trifecta of interesting small talk: international freight, Hey Hey It’s Saturday and traffic. Meat cuts also get a mention, as does the German Grand Prix, but to a lesser extent.
Mercedes didn’t have the fastest car at the German Grand Prix, but even this plain fact couldn’t stop the Silver Arrows from marching to a memorable one-two victory.Continue reading
Lewis Hamilton made a sensational comeback from 14th on the grid thanks to a combination of his prodigious wet-weather skills and Sebastian Vettel’s slow-speed crash. I walk through the race with F1.com senior writer Lawrence Barretto.
Ferrari and Sebastian Vettel arrived in Germany with both championship leads, with the outright fastest car and riding on a wave of momentum, but a gentle sprinkling of rain was enough to wash it all away.Continue reading
Lewis Hamilton has seized an unlikely victory at the German Grand Prix after pole-sitter Sebastian Vettel crashed out in a late-race rain shower.Continue reading