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Lewis Hamilton Solidifies Position in F1 With a Win in the Russian Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton hangs on to the first position in the Formula One drivers’ rankings and Mercedes AMG Petronas solidifies its grip on the Constructor’s Championship following a victory in the Russian Grand Prix. On the other hand, Nico Rosberg fell just behind his teammate, finishing in the second place. Hamilton’s victory was assured once Rosberg made a grave mistake on the turn one of lap 1. The German was quick to apologize for his error but Hamilton already capitalized on the mistake. Despite the disappointment, the German said he was grateful for having an unbelievable car, which allowed him to finish second. Now, that’s what’s sportsmanship is all about. Valtteri Bottas of Williams,… Continue Reading »

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Megaphone Exhaust Attached to the Rear End of the W05

The implementation of the new engine regulations definitely changed the landscape of the Formula One races this year. The evolution of the sport has particularly benefited Mercedes AMG Petronas, which resulted into a series of victories for the team. However, one major setback seen by fans, even by F1 President and CEO Bernie Ecclestone, in the implementation of the new engine rules was the lack of noise of the cars. Ecclestone mentioned that he was “horrified” by the muffled sound of the race cars. As a result, Mercedes developed a solution to the issue. Last week, it announced its new prototype that will address the call for more tailpipe noise. When rumors… Continue Reading »

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Mercedes to Test Its Solution to the Exhaust Noise Issue

Formula One underwent a new stage of evolution this season with the implementation of new engine rules and other modifications in its set of standards. While this has been seen as a major improvement in the history of the sport, fans and the higher ups of F1 like Bernie Ecclestone have shown their dismay with the resulting noises of the new engines. According to the F1 President and CEO, he was “horrified” by the lack of noise from the race cars. So, in order to please the F1 community, and probably the F1 boss, it was recently revealed by Mercedes that it is working on a solution to address the issue…. Continue Reading »

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