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Hamilton Triumphs at Silverstone, Verstappen ‘Survives’ for Second Place
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Hamilton Triumphs at Silverstone, Verstappen ‘Survives’ for Second Place

By Score More Silverstone, England – In a dramatic and rain-soaked race, Lewis Hamilton claimed his ninth victory at the British Grand Prix on Sunday, ending a winless streak of over two years. The Mercedes driver, who last tasted victory at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix in December 2021, crossed the finish line ahead of three-time world champion Max Verstappen, marking his 104th career win. https://twitter.com/F1/status/1809972852692602998 Hamilton's triumph at Silverstone was hard-fought, as unpredictable weather conditions played havoc on the 52-lap race. Verstappen, who started in a less favorable position and was running as low as fifth, executed a brilliant tire strategy to finish just behind Hamilton. The Red Bull driver showcased his resilience, cutting through the field to nea...
F1: Collision Between Norris and Verstappen Clears Path for Russell’s Triumph
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F1: Collision Between Norris and Verstappen Clears Path for Russell’s Triumph

By Score More Mercedes Wins in Austria After Thrilling Race Finale In what seemed destined to be another victory for Max Verstappen, the Austrian Grand Prix, the 11th race of the Formula 1 World Championship, concluded with a dramatic twist, paving the way for George Russell to claim a stunning victory for Mercedes. The Dutch driver, racing on his home track at the Red Bull Ring, had a near-perfect weekend, leading for most of the race. However, a collision with Lando Norris of McLaren upended the race and cleared the path for Russell's victory. Starting from pole position, Verstappen quickly distanced himself from the chasing pack. The race only became interesting when Verstappen began complaining about his hard tires, despite holding a comfortable seven-second lead over Norris. ...
F1: Verstappen Takes 40th Pole After Austrian Sprint Win
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F1: Verstappen Takes 40th Pole After Austrian Sprint Win

By Score More with Agencies Spielberg, Austria – Red Bull's triple world champion Max Verstappen followed up a sprint win with a commanding pole position for the Austrian Grand Prix, placing him firmly at the front of the grid alongside McLaren's Lando Norris. This pole marks the 40th in the career of the Dutch 26-year-old and his fifth at the Red Bull Ring, where he enjoys immense support from his "orange army" of fans. Verstappen's dominance was clear as he outpaced his rivals significantly, with Norris trailing by 0.404 seconds at the circuit known for its short lap times. George Russell secured the third-fastest time for Mercedes. McLaren’s Oscar Piastri, who finished second in the sprint, initially qualified fourth but was demoted to seventh after exceeding track limits. Ferrari'...
F1: Verstappen Wins Spanish Grand Prix
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F1: Verstappen Wins Spanish Grand Prix

By Score More The three-time world champion crossed the finish line in first place, extending his lead in the drivers' championship. Lando Norris and Lewis Hamilton completed the podium. Max Verstappen (Red Bull) started from second position to win the Spanish Grand Prix held on Sunday in Barcelona. Lando Norris (McLaren), who had secured pole position, finished the race in second place, 2.2 seconds behind the Dutch driver. Fellow Briton Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) rounded off the podium. With this victory, Max Verstappen now accumulates 214 points in the drivers' championship. Chasing him is Lando Norris with 150 points and Monaco's Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) with 148. Verstappen's performance was nothing short of dominant, as he executed a flawless race strategy and maintained consist...
F1 Grid Set for Rookie Influx in 2025: Ricciardo’s Future in Doubt
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F1 Grid Set for Rookie Influx in 2025: Ricciardo’s Future in Doubt

By Score More In a year that saw no rookies join the Formula 1 grid, change is almost certainly on the horizon for 2025. According to journalist Ben Hunt on the Inside The Piranha Club Podcast, the upcoming season could see several experienced drivers sidelined in favor of fresh talent, with multiple rookies poised to make their debut. Among the most anticipated promotions is Andrea Kimi Antonelli, who is set to join Mercedes following Lewis Hamilton's high-profile move to Ferrari. Another potential new face is Oliver Bearman, who is likely to replace Nico Hulkenberg at Haas, with Hulkenberg heading to Sauber. These shifts mean that two established drivers are likely to lose their spots in the paddock. Jack Doohan is another rookie linked with a move, with rumors suggesting he could...
F1: Verstappen Fends Off Late Attack from Norris to Win Emilia-Romagna GP
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F1: Verstappen Fends Off Late Attack from Norris to Win Emilia-Romagna GP

By Score More Max Verstappen triumphed at the Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix, held on Sunday (19) at the Enzo and Dino Ferrari International Circuit in Imola. The Red Bull driver secured his 59th Formula 1 victory and fifth win of the year, leading the race from start to finish. In the closing stages of the race, Lando Norris mounted a significant challenge, closing the gap to the three-time champion. However, Verstappen crossed the finish line just 0.725 seconds ahead of Norris, who finished in second place. Charles Leclerc of Ferrari completed the podium in third. Oscar Piastri of McLaren finished fourth, followed by Carlos Sainz in the second Ferrari SF-24. The Race The grid had an empty spot at the back due to Fernando Alonso’s suspension changes, which forced him to start from t...
Lando Norris Secures First Formula 1 Victory at Miami GP
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Lando Norris Secures First Formula 1 Victory at Miami GP

By Score More Staff with Agencies British driver Lando Norris achieved his first Formula 1 victory this Sunday at the Miami Grand Prix, marking a historic moment in his career in the pinnacle of motorsport. Norris, racing for McLaren, clinched the top spot on the podium in his 110th Formula 1 race by crossing the finish line with a comfortable lead of 7.612 seconds over Max Verstappen of Red Bull, who finished second. Charles Leclerc of Ferrari rounded out the podium, coming in third, 9.920 seconds behind the leader. The race featured thrilling moments, with Norris starting from fifth on the grid and taking the lead after a tactical strategy during the safety car period. The advantage gained allowed Norris to stay ahead of Verstappen until the end of the race. "I love you all," Norri...
Remembering Ayrton Senna: 30 Years After His Passing
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Remembering Ayrton Senna: 30 Years After His Passing

By José Carlos Palma Thirty years have passed since the tragic death of Ayrton Senna, one of the most iconic and revered Formula 1 drivers in history. Senna, whose charisma, skill, and dedication made him a legend in motorsport, left a lasting legacy that continues to inspire fans and drivers worldwide. The Legacy of Ayrton Senna Ayrton Senna da Silva was born in São Paulo, Brazil, on March 21, 1960. From an early age, he demonstrated extraordinary talent in karting and quickly progressed to Formula Ford and eventually Formula 1. His F1 debut came in 1984 with the Toleman-Hart team, and he quickly stood out as an exceptional driver. Senna's aggressive style and innate driving ability made him a force to be reckoned with on the track. He won his first World Championship in 1988 wi...
Max Verstappen Dominates in Saudi Arabia Grand Prix, Securing Second Consecutive Victory
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Max Verstappen Dominates in Saudi Arabia Grand Prix, Securing Second Consecutive Victory

Jeddah, Saudi Arabia - March 9, 2024 In yet another spectacular weekend for Formula 1 enthusiasts, Max Verstappen of Red Bull Racing emerged triumphant at the Saudi Arabia Grand Prix, securing his second consecutive victory in the season. The Dutch driver, starting from the pole position at the Jeddah circuit, maintained his lead throughout the 50-lap race, leaving no room for contention. Verstappen's teammate, Sergio Pérez, claimed the second spot, finishing 13.643 seconds behind the leader. Charles Leclerc of Ferrari secured the third position, trailing at 18.639 seconds from the winner, completing the podium. Despite his dominant performance, Verstappen fell short of achieving the fastest lap of the race, an honor that went to Charles Leclerc. Nevertheless, th...
Bahrain GP: Lewis Hamilton Tops Practice in a “Crazy Thursday”
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Bahrain GP: Lewis Hamilton Tops Practice in a “Crazy Thursday”

By Score More Staff In a surprising turn of events, Lewis Hamilton claimed the top spot in practice for the Bahrain Grand Prix on what he described as a "crazy Thursday." The seven-time world champion led a Mercedes one-two, finishing two tenths ahead of teammate George Russell, while Fernando Alonso of Aston Martin secured the third spot under the illuminated Sakhir Circuit. Mercedes, which showed no signs of challenging at the front during last week's testing in Bahrain, dominated Thursday's second session, leaving Hamilton astonished. The British driver, who hasn't won a race in over two years, expressed his shock at the team's unexpected performance. "This has been a crazy Thursday," said the 39-year-old Hamilton. "I don’t understand it, and it is a shock to see us where we are,...