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PRIXVIEW – Azerbaijan Grand Prix

Round four of the season sees the streets of the Azerbaijani capital Baku come alive for the first ‘European’ race of the season. The three and three quarter mile circuit runs it way around the coast and against the backdrop of both the modern and old city. The circuit takes in

CHINESE GP – Ricciardo victorious in a thrilling Shanghai battle which see Verstappen and Vettel collide

Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo has taken victory in an action-packed Chinese Grand Prix. The race, which saw many accidents allowed the Australian to move into the lead early on under the safety car, before losing the lead to Valtteri Bottas after the first round of stops. Ricciardo retook the lead following

CHINESE GP – Vettel pips Raikkonen to pole in Shanghai as Mercedes struggle to match Ferrari pace

Sebastian Vettel has pipped his Ferrari teammate Kimi Raikkonen by less than a tenth of a second to take pole position for the Chinese Grand Prix. The Mercedes drivers struggled to have answers for the pace of the Ferrari. On his final lap Mercedes Lewis Hamilton made a mistake out of

CHINESE GP – Hamilton narrowly out paces Raikkonen despite errors in second practice

Lewis Hamilton was narrowly faster than the Ferrari of Kimi Raikkonen in the second practice session ahead of the Chinese Grand Prix. The four times champion made a number of small mistakes on his first laps, before going fastest. The Englishman knew that this weekend that he needed to lay down

CHINESE GP – Hamilton fastest throughout first practice as Vettel struggles to match Raikkonen

Lewis Hamilton was fastest in the first practice session for this weekends Chinese Grand Prix. The Mercedes driver dominated the session going fastest early on with fastest sectors in every part of the lap and was almost a second faster by the end of the session. That put the Englishman three

BAHRAIN GP – Vettel wins a tense battle as Hamilton battles from ninth to third, with Gasly best of the rest

Sebastian Vettel has hung on despite a strong challenge from Mercedes Valtteri Bottas to win the Bahrain Grand Prix. The German hung on despite his tyres which were well past their best, which allowed Bottas to close up on fresher tyres. The Ferrari driver pitted early on in the race on

BAHRAIN GP – Vettel pulls a lap together to take pole by a tenth of a second, as Mercedes struggle to match Ferrari

Sebastian Vettel has taken pole position after narrowly out qualifying his Ferrari teammate for Sunday’s Bahrain Grand Prix. The German pulled a lap together in the closing moments of the session to go a tenth faster than his teammate Kimi Raikkonen. Raikkonen had looked to have the slight edge early on

BAHRAIN GP – Raikkonen sets the pace as Ferrari hold a half second advantage in second practice

Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen was fastest in the second practice for this weekend’s Bahrain Grand Prix. The Finn was .01 of a second faster than his teammate Sebastian Vettel, while Mercedes Valtteri Bottas was more than half a second off Raikkonen’s fastest time. Raikkonen was third fastest early on when they did

BAHRAIN GP – Ricciardo fastest in first practice by three tenths over Bottas

Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo was three tenths faster than the Mercedes of Valtteri Bottas in the first practice session ahead of the Bahrain Grand Prix. The Australian set his fastest time on the soft tyre to outpace the Finn. The first practice session in Bahrain isn’t the most representative of the

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