F1 Today – 30/10/2019

Wolff praises Dudley for “phenomenal” job Mercedes F1 CEO Toto Wolff has praised Lewis Hamilton’s acting race engineer Marcus Dudley for doing a “phenomenal” at the Mexican Grand Prix, with the champion-elect saying the team reduced any “disadvantage”. Since 2013, Hamilton has worked with Pete Bonington, known as Bono, who has become one of the

F1 Today – 29/10/2019

Mercedes have fewer weak links – Hamilton Lewis Hamilton believes Mercedes have fewer “weak links” in their operation compared to their operations. The German manufacturer will set a new record as they look to score sixth consecutive drivers and constructor championship. Hamilton, himself can officially become the sports most successful driver if he finishes ahead

Prixview – United States Grand Prix

Round twenty takes Formula One across the border to the Texan capital Austin for the United States Grand Prix. The US Grand Prix is the oldest Grand Prix outside of Europe having first been held in 1908. Grand Prix racing would not really happen in the States until 1958, with the Indianapolis 500 becoming the

Mexican GP – Race Result

Po Name Nat Team Time Points 1 Lewis Hamilton GBR Mercedes 01:38:48.904 25 2 Sebastian Vettel GER Ferrari +00:01.766 18 3 Valtteri Bottas FIN Mercedes +00:03.553 15 4 Charles Leclerc MON Ferrari +00:06.368 12 5 Alexander Albon THA Red Bull Racing – Honda +00:21.399 10 6 Max Verstappen DUT Red Bull – Honda +00:08.807 8

Mexican GP – Qualifying Result

Po Name Nat Team Q1 Q2 Q3 1 Max Verstappen DUT Red Bull – Honda 01:15.949 01:16.136 01:14.758 2 Sebastian Vettel GER Ferrari 01:16.364 01:16.219 01:15.024 3 Charles Leclerc MON Ferrari 01:16.696 01:15.914 01:15.170 4 Lewis Hamilton GBR Mercedes 01:16.424 01:15.721 01:15.262 5 Alexander Albon THA Red Bull – Honda 01:16.175 01:16.574 01:15.336 6 Valtteri

Prixview – Mexican Grand Prix

Round nineteen takes Formula One to central America and the Mexican capital for the Mexican Grand Prix. Mexico City has held a non-championship race in the centre of the city in the 1960s as it is now the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez. The circuit was built in a public park in 1959 and proved teams with