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Tuscan GP: Lewis Hamilton wins chaotic race amid crashes, red flags

Lewis Hamilton has edged closer to Michael Schumacher’s records after winning a chaotic Tuscan GP, which included two red flags, two big multi-car crashes and incredible drama throughout as Formula 2020 served up another thriller at Mugello’s debut race. A week on from an incident-packed and unpredictable afternoon at Monza, the second Italian race did not disappoint – but crucially this time Hamilton avoided the bedlam, and saw off Mercedes

David Schumacher: How Trevor Carlin pulled off 'unexpected' F3 signing - EXCLUSIVE

David Schumacher joined Carlin last month ahead of the final three rounds of the F3 season. The 18-year-old, who is the son of ex-F1 star Ralf Schumacher and nephew of seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher, left Charouz after a difficult start to the campaign. “I haven’t quite had the season I hoped for so far,” Schumacher said last month. “I want to thank the Charouz team for all their efforts over the

Lewis Hamilton playing the £39million waiting game

Calm Lewis Hamilton playing the £39million waiting game over new Mercedes contract with just three months left on his deal Lewis Hamilton is waiting before putting pen to paper on a new Mercedes deal  Future of Mercedes and team principal Toto Wolff has been heavily discussed Hamilton’s demands for £39m a year didn’t impress chairman Ola Kallenius Given that Lewis Hamilton has, by his own admission, found the restrictions of coronavirus

Tuscan GP: Esteban Ocon 'sorry' for Q3 spin, Valtteri Bottas misses out

Esteban Ocon has apologised for the end-of-qualifying spin which Valtteri Bottas felt denied him a crucial pole position for the Tuscan GP. Bottas was trailing Lewis Hamilton by just 0.059s heading into the final Q3 laps in the Mugello shootout, but had to back out of his effort in the first sector after Ocon lost control of his Renault, leading to yellow flags. With Hamilton failing to improve, Bottas said

Lewis Hamilton secures first ever Tuscan Grand Prix pole after fortunate Q3 incident

Lewis Hamilton will start the Tuscan Grand Prix on pole position after he benefitted from a yellow flag which stopped Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas from potentially stealing his place on the grid. Bottas had the better pace throughout all three practice sessions and was also the quickest in Q1. But Hamilton, who leading his team-mate by 47 points in the Drivers’ Championship, set the quickest lap when it mattered the

Tuscan Grand Prix live stream, TV channel: How to watch F1 race this weekend

The Mugello circuit has proved to be a massive hit with the drivers as F1 rolls into Tuscany. Remaining in Italy following Pierre Gasly’s maiden F1 victory last week, the Tuscan Grand Prix becomes the ninth race of the revised 2020 season. Mugello has been used as a testing venue in the past but hadn’t been added to the F1 calendar until this year. “It’s a lot of fun and

Vettel admits he considered RETIRING before joining Aston Martin

‘It was a close thing. I had a lot of thoughts’: Sebastian Vettel admits he considered RETIRING before joining Aston Martin for 2021 having been axed from Ferrari earlier in the year Sebastian Vettel has been confirmed as Aston Martin’s new driver for 2021   The German had a poor season with Ferrari in 2019 leading to his axing In his final year with Ferrari, Vettel admits he had thought about

Mick Schumacher 'has F1 training sessions planned for this year'

Mick Schumacher ‘edging ever closer to following in his father’s footsteps with F1 training sessions planned for this year’… as some reports claim he could make his debut on FRIDAY in Tuscan Grand Prix free practice Mick Schumacher is currently fighting for this season’s Formula 2 title  Reports said he was in line for his F1 debut in the Tuscan Grand Prix free practice While they remain unconfirmed, others state

Aston Martin confirm the arrival of Sebastian Vettel

BREAKING NEWS: Sebastian Vettel joins Aston Martin as they swoop for the Ferrari four-time world champion after ditching Sergio Perez Sebastian Vettel has been confirmed at Aston Martin’s new driver for 2021   The German had a poor season with Ferrari and became surplus to requirements Mexican Sergio Perez has announced he is no longer wanted by Racing Point Vettel was in talks with the team, who will become Aston Martin,

Sergio Perez announces Racing Point exit at end of 2020 F1 season

Sergio Perez has announced he will leave Racing Point after seven seasons at the end of the current 2020 campaign. The news, confirmed by the Mexican himself on Twitter, appears set to signify that four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel will take his place next to Lance Stroll next season after weeks of speculation. Tengo algo que anunciarles…¡Gracias por su apoyo todo este tiempo! I have something to announce to you…Thank