Bottas’ mistake on turn one in Budapest saw him slide into the rear of Lando Norris, with the McLaren man then crashing into Red Bull’s Max Verstappen – and he also continued to career into Sergio Perez.
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Haas team principal Guenther Steiner sees little chance of the team lifting itself from last place in the championship this year.
The championship fight between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen is intense, but the rivalry between their teams is increasingly bitter and personal.
Formula One legend Sir Jackie Stewart fears that current drivers are ‘taking more liberties’ in regards to safety following Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen’s controversial crash at the British GP.
Fernando Alonso’s role in his team’s first win last weekend was widely praised, but Alpine sporting director Alan Permane also hailed Esteban Ocon’s “beautiful” race-winning pace.
Williams is resigned to going into the 2022 F1 season at a disadvantage as it will not produce a ‘mule car’ to test the new, 18-inch tyres which are being introduced.
Ferrari have revealed that Charles Leclerc’s engine was ‘irreparably damaged’ in the first-corner pile-up at the Hungarian Grand Prix. Leclerc became one of several drivers to retire at the first corner.
In the round-up: “Not an easy win” for Ocon despite first-corner shunt – Gasly • New full-time IndyCar entrant announced • Bearman loses F4 win
Sunday was one of those lovely happy days that Formula 1 has from time to time when almost everyone is happy to see a new and (sometimes) unlikely winner. We had that in 2017 in Sochi when Valtteri Bottas won his first victory and then in 2019 with Charles Leclerc. Last year we were spoiled with … Continue reading Green Notebook from Sotteville-sous-le-Val