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Chinese Grand Prix 2018 – Review

It was Daniel Ricciardo who made the most of yet another safety-car affected race, winning the Chinese Grand Prix with a series of daring overtaking moves, picking off the likes of Lewis Hamilton, Kimi Raikkonen, Sebastian Vettel, and Valtteri Bottas on his way to victory, the sixth of his F1 career.   It was Championship leader Sebastian Vettel that took first blood, however, claiming pole position – his 52nd in F1. Ricciardo...

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Bahrain Grand Prix Review
Apr09

Bahrain Grand Prix Review

Sebastian Vettel claimed his second win of the season for Ferrari, as the German started his 200th Grand Prix of his career at the Bahrain Grand Prix. Followed closely by the Mercedes of Valtteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton, the latter having climbed from ninth on the grid. Sebastian Vettel qualified in pole position as Ferrari locked out the front row, his teammate Kimi Raikkonen 0.143sec behind, while reigning world champion Hamilton...

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Australian Grand Prix 2018 – Review
Mar26

Australian Grand Prix 2018 – Review

Sebastian Vettel drew first blood, in his red Ferrari, as the German took advantage of a ‘virtual safety-car’ period to lead home the Mercedes of Lewis Hamilton by over five seconds at the opening round of 2018. The Formula 1 season burst in to life in Melbourne, Australia, and it was time to leave all the pre-season testing behind, and for the teams to show their hands in anger for the first time this year, not to mention a race...

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Wolff defends Hamilton-Bottas swap call: “It was a tough decision, but right one…”

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says the decision to swap Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas back on the final lap of the Hungarian Grand Prix was “probably the most difficult call” he has had to make, but definitely the “right one”

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Vettel manages his way to tense Hungarian GP victory [UPDATED]

Championship leader Sebastian Vettel took victory in the Hungarian Grand Prix on Sunday, despite having to manage steering problems throughout the 70-lap race, with Kimi Raikkonen second and Valtteri Bottas third.

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Hungarian GP: Team and driver quotes – Race

Reaction from the Hungaroring after the Hungarian Grand Prix, round 11 out of 20 in the 2017 FIA Formula One World Championship.

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