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A win for Max, another questionable Ferrari strategy Max Verstappen raced his way to his eighth win of this season in Hungary, P1 in a grand prix in which three teams fought for victory. Eventually it went to Verstappen, the Red Bull driver taking the lead on lap 52 of the 70-lap grand prix with Ferrari again putting Charles Leclerc on a questionable strategy, one that left him down in sixth place. Lewis Hamilton put in a late charge to take second place off pole-sitter George Russell, Me...
British rock band Bastille graced the F1 Tracks series a couple of weeks ago, compiling a playlist for the French Grand Prix weekend. Known for their huge list of hits including Pompeii, Bad Blood and Doom Giorni, the band have been at the forefront of the British music scene for over a decade. You can check out their playlist here. Meanwhile, guitarist Will Farquarson is a huge Lewis Hamilton fan who gave us his thoughts on the world of F1, so read on for an exclusive Q&A… Check out the...
Angela Cullen is a New Zealand physiotherapist and former field hockey player. Since 2015, she has worked for Hintsa Performance and is attached to the Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team. She is best known as the physiotherapist and confidante to 7 time Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton. I’ve been fortunate to work with a lot of people… and she’s the single hardest-working woman that I get to be around. She’s focused, selfless, and she makes my weekends peaceful. Every day I wake up, what...
For a driver who has shunned social media*, Sebastian Vettel has used his helmet to share insights into who he is, promote his values and acknowledge significant events. The result is an extraordinary collection of helmets; the images below are just a sample. To explore the full collection, reminise, reflect and be inspired, visit his website - here *Sebastian recently took to Instagram. Use our link to view his page and follow - here
In 2019 Formula 1 announced its commitment to be Net-Zero Carbon by 2030 as part of its wider Sustainability Strategy. They set ambitious targets from “factory to flag”, and key members of the sporting community including Teams, Race Promoters, Partners, Suppliers, Broadcasters, the FIA and many more are rising to the challenge and are contributing to our carbon reduction goals. (Text and images are taken from formula1.com, July 22 - view original article here) F1 is developing a 100% sustaina..