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Twitter Reacts As Mercedes and Hamilton Silence Tifosi

Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton and teammate Valtteri Bottas humiliated the Ferrari team at their home circuit when they finished 1st and 2nd while Ferrari's Vettel crossed the line 3rd, half a minute behind. The scarlet faces began to show...

Twitter Reacts to a Lengthy and Chaotic Italian GP Qualifying

Lewis Hamilton has finally done it! He has officially succeeded Michael Schumacher as the record holder of the most pole positions after coming out on top in a damp and chaotic qualifying session in Monza. The real big surprises...

Raikkonen Tops FP1 Ahead of Hamilton and Vettel, Massa Crashes

Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen topped the opening practice session of the Belgian GP ahead of Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton and Raikkonen's teammate, Sebastian Vettel. However, Raikkonen had strapped on a set of Ultrasoft tires while Hamilton had used Soft tires....

The Other Side of the Pit Wall: Looking at the Driving Force Behind Every...

In the world of Formula One, fans get to be part of the excitement and fervour of being in the paddock during a race weekend to get a sneak peek at the lives of F1 drivers. Now, in the...

McLaren needs to look at Williams

When Williams went through its gradual fall from grace from being Formula 1's dominant force to an also-ran, comparisons were made with the fortunes of Tyrrell, which from the 1970s to the 1990s went from a world championship contender...

Twitter Reacts as Hamilton Wins in Canada

Mercedes AMG Petronas stormed to a 1-2 finish at the Canadian Grand Prix with Lewis Hamilton winning from Valtteri Bottas and Daniel Ricciardo completing the podium. It was a nightmare for Ferrari and a dream race for Force India...

Rookie Stroll Struggles in Same Corners on Playstation and for Real

Canadian rookie Lance Stroll had a big off in FP2 of the Monaco GP. Stroll had lost the rear end at the top of the hill and crashed into the barrier at Massenet before finally coming to a stop...

Ferrari still remain top revenue earners for 2016-17 season

The Formula One Management revealed the revenue turnover for the 2016 Formula One season earlier today. It is estimated to be $1.83 billion, including underlying revenues. 68% of the total is then distributed among all the Formula One teams....