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Mercedes clinch constructors title as Hamilton triumphs at Interlagos

Lewis Hamilton won the Brazilian Grand Prix on Sunday and in the process helped Mercedes secure their fifth consecutive FIA Formula 1 Constructors’ World Championship. Having already secured the drivers’ title, Hamilton enjoyed a fantastic drive to claim his 72nd career victory from pole position. The result was also his 10th win of the 2018 season and second in Interlagos. Further, Hamilton marked his 50th win in the hybrid era, which means that he won more than 50 percent of the 99 races (...)

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Mercedes clinch constructors title as Hamilton triumphs at Interlagos

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BIC launches Bahrain GP ticket sales

Early Bird offer available for limited time only Prices held for sixth year running and remain some of the cheapest in the world of F1 BIC announced today the much-anticipated launch of ticket sales for the Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix 2019. The hottest tickets in town will be available from Thursday, November 1, so expectant fans planning to attend next year’s big race need not wait any longer to secure their seats. Quick-acting ticket buyers are in for an additional treat, as (...)

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Hamilton clinches World title while Verstappen claims victory in Mexican GP

Lewis Hamilton was crowned World champion while Max Verstappen won the Mexican Grand Prix on Sunday. Hamilton finished fourth to earn just enough points to seal the 2018 Drivers’ World title with two races remaining in the Formula 1 season, while Verstappen took the chequered flag for his second win of the year. Hamilton claimed his fifth Formula 1 Drivers’ championship and became one of only three drivers who have won five or more championships, after Juan Manuel Fangio and Michael (...)

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Raikkonen steals the show with win in Austin

Kimi Raikkonen stole the spotlight from Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel on Sunday with a superb victory in the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix 2018 at the Circuit of Americas in Austin, Texas. Raikkonen registered his first win since the season-opener in 2013 when he was driving for the then-Lotus F1 Team. It was also his first triumph of the season and the sixth for Ferrari this year. Most importantly, the result extended the title fight for teammate Vettel as well as for Ferrari. (...)

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F1 Experiences will be offering exclusive access to Formula 1’s official send-off party for Fernando Alonso at the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

Formula 1 fans around the world will have the once-in-a-lifetime chance to be a part of an historic event in honour of motor racing legend Fernando Alonso. F1 Experiences is offering exclusive access to Formula 1’s official send-off party for the Spaniard, who is widely accepted as one of motorsport’s greatest drivers. The event is set to be held on the sidelines of the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. It will take place in the Paddock at Yas Marina Circuit and it will include a BBQ and (...)

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World championship in sight as Hamilton wins and Vettel spins in Suzuka

Lewis Hamilton inched closer to securing his fifth Formula 1 drivers’ World title today after winning the Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka International Racing Course. His victory marked his 71st career triumph in Formula 1, his 50th with Mercedes, ninth of the 2018 season and fourth in Japan. After starting from pole, Hamilton dictated the race and claimed first place in one hour 27 minutes 17.062 seconds. Teammate Valtteri Bottas came in second to complete the second one-two in a row for (...)

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Hamilton takes Russian GP win with Bottas help

Lewis Hamilton got a strategic assist from Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas en route to winning the Russian Grand Prix at Sochi Autodrom on Sunday. After starting alongside pole-sitter Bottas on the front row, the pair found themselves challenging Red Bull’s Max Verstappen for the lead midway through the race. Verstappen had inherited first place having yet to pit at the point. On lap 25, with a charging Sebastian Vettel honing in on Hamilton and with Hamilton’s rear tyres beginning to (...)

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Hamilton claims victory under the lights in Singapore

Lewis Hamilton moved one step closer to retaining his Formula 1 Drivers’ world title after winning the Singapore Grand Prix on Sunday. Hamilton raced to a pole-to-flag victory under the lights at Marina Bay to claim his 69th career win, his seventh of the 2018 season and fourth at the Singapore street circuit. The result also marked Hamilton’s 80th podium with Mercedes and the 10th podium in Singapore for his team. Hamilton got away cleanly at the start and did well to fend off a challenge (...)

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Hamilton snatches Monza victory away from Ferrari

Lewis Hamilton broke Ferrari hearts today after snatching a hard-earned victory on their home turf in the Italian Grand Prix at Monza. The defending World champion scored his 68th career win and fifth in Italy. It was also his sixth triumph of the 2018 Formula 1 season as he extended his lead on the Drivers’ Championship standings. After starting from third on the grid, Hamilton and chief title-rival Sebastian Vettel of Ferrari were involved in a racing incident early on, which resulted in (...)

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Vettel powers Ferrari to fine Spa victory

Sebastian Vettel and Scuderia Ferrari won the Belgian Grand Prix today at the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps. Vettel was second on the grid alongside pole-sitter Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes. The start went off normally but a McLaren was soon flying through the air as Fernando Alonso was hit by Nico Hulkenberg. All eyes were back on the leaders after the incident and Vettel immediately got past Hamilton on the Kemmel climb to take the lead. Right after that, the Safety Car came out and four (...)

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Hamilton cruises to victory in Hungary

Lewis Hamilton cruised to a fantastic victory in the Hungarian Grand Prix on Sunday at Hungaroring. Starting from pole, Hamilton controlled the race from the very beginning and built a massive gap ahead the rest of the field before escaping some drama that unfolded behind him late on. The Mercedes ace completed the race in a total time of one hour 37 minutes 16.427 seconds to claim his 67th career victory, his fifth in 2018 and sixth in Hungary. Hamilton appeared to be leading a Mercedes (...)

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