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F1 Today – 21/05/2018

Red Bull waiting to make Honda decision Red Bull’s team boss Christian Horner says that the progress of Renault and Honda’s upgrades for the Canadian Grand Prix will dictate the team's decision when they decide on next years engine. The team is in the final year of its contract with Renault

Prixview – Monaco Grand Prix

Round six of the season sees Formula One return to the principality of Monaco. Since the 1920’s this narrow twisting circuit has seen the stars, drama and excitement as drivers race around the harbour. Monaco has always been a challenge for all drivers, as they know overtaking is very difficult

Reporters – 20/05/2018

Charles Leclerc has become one of the stand out performers in the lower end of the grid in the first four races he delivered good results for Sauber. Could his performances mean he could move to Ferrari, Jolyon Palmer believes so but why? Palmer believe Leclerc could move to Ferrari Former Renault

F1 Today – 18/05/2018

Bottas wants a two-year deal Valtteri Bottas wants to avoid another one-year contract with Mercedes and firm his future up for “at least” the next two seasons. The Finn joined Mercedes at the beginning of 2017, replacing Nico Rosberg on a one-year deal. Three wins last year saw Bottas earn a one

F1 Today – Barcelona Test Special – 16/05/2018

Barcelona test – Bottas outpaces Giovinazzi Mercedes Valtteri Bottas was fastest on the second day of the third test at the Circuit de Barcelona – Catalunya. The Finn set a 16.9 on the supersoft tyres to outpace Ferrari Antonio Giovinazzi. The Ferrari reserve driver traded lap times with the Finn before lunch

F1 Today – Barcelona Test – 15/05/2018

Verstappen fastest on day one Red Bull’s Max Verstappen was fastest on the first day of the third test at the Circuit de Barcelona – Catalunya. The Dutchman completed 150 laps on his way to the top with the fastest time of a 1:17.5. Renaults Carlos Sainz and Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel were

Notebook – Spanish Grand Prix – Review

Lewis Hamilton put in a dominating drive to take back to back wins after holding off his teammate Valtteri Bottas to take a second win at the Spanish Grand Prix. The Mercedes driver looked to control the race start, as he built the lead from then on. Hamilton wins with higher

Spanish GP – Result

Po Name Nat Team Time Points 1 Lewis Hamilton GBR Mercedes 01:35:29.972 25 2 Valtteri Bottas FIN Mercedes +00:20.593 18 3 Max Verstappen DUT Red Bull – Tag Heuer +00:26.873 15 4 Sebastian Vettel GER Ferrari +00:27.584 12 5 Daniel Ricciardo AUS Red Bull – Tag Heuer +00:50.058 10 6 Carlos Sainz ESP Renault Lapped 8 7 Fernando Alonso ESP McLaren – Renault Lapped 6 8 Sergio Perez MEX Force India – Mercedes Lapped 4 9 Charles Leclerc MON Sauber – Alfa Romeo Lapped 2 10 Stoffel Vandoorne BEL McLaren – Renault Lapped 1 11 Lance Stroll CAN Williams – Mercedes Lapped   12 Brendon Hartley NZE Toro Rosso – Honda Lapped   13 Marcus Ericsson SWE Sauber – Alfa Romeo Lapped   14 Sergey Sirotkin RUS Williams – Mercedes Lapped   RET Stoffel Vandoorne BEL McLaren – Renault Retired   RET Esteban Ocon FRA Force India – Mercedes Retired   RET Kimi

Championship Standings

Last updated - 13 May 2018 DRIVERS Po Driver Nat Team Points 1 Lewis Hamilton GBR Mercedes 95 2 Sebastian Vettel GER Ferrari 78 3 Valtteri Bottas FIN Mercedes 58 4 Kimi Raikkonen FIN Ferrari 48 5 Daniel Ricciardo AUS Red Bull – Tag Heuer 47 6 Max Verstappen DUT Red Bull – Tag Heuer 33 7 Fernando Alonso ESP McLaren – Renault 32 8 Nico Hülkenberg GER Renault 22 9 Kevin Magnussen DEN Haas – Ferrari 19 10 Carlos Sainz Jr. ESP Renault 19 11 Sergio Pérez MEX Force India – Mercedes 17 12 Pierre Gasly FRA Toro Rosso – Honda 12 13 Charles Leclerc MON Sauber – Alfa Romeo 9 14 Stoffel Vandoorne BEL McLaren – Renault 8 15 Lance Stroll CAN Williams – Mercedes 4 16 Marcus Ericsson SWE Sauber – Alfa

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