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Lewis Hamilton Will Use Faulty Engine in China as Spare

Lewis Hamilton will still use the problematic engine he had in the previous race as a spare. According to Autosport, Mercedes already identified the issue that held back the reigning Formula One champion at the qualifying of the Chinese Grand Prix. Hamilton is yet to win a race in the current F1 season. The worst performance he had so far was during the event in China. A fault in the power unit of his Silver Arrow prevented him from doing a flying lap in the qualifying. Based on the report, the car of Hamilton had been stripped down of its MGU-H. The team suspects that the problem is from the… Continue Reading »


Nico Rosberg Wins Formula One Chinese GP

Nico Rosberg is on fire! The German once again captured a win in the recently concluded 2016 Formula One Chinese Grand Prix. In doing so, the German driver extended his lead over the current F1 Drivers’ Champion and his teammate, Lewis Hamilton. The victory also makes him the fourth man in the history of the sport to win six consecutive races. It should be noted that he owned everyone in the last three races of the 2015 season and in the first three races of the present season. The troubles of Hamilton in China continued. After getting an engine failure in yesterday’s qualifying, which placed him at the back grid… Continue Reading »


Mercedes-AMG Petronas Goes Back to Its Winning Ways in Chinese GP

Lewis Hamilton emerged victorious in the recently concluded 2015 Formula One Chinese Grand Prix. The reigning champion and his teammate Nico Rosberg rebounded from the upset victory handed to them by Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel in the Malaysian Grand Prix two weeks ago with a one-two victory once more this Sunday. Hamilton finished 1:39.42.008 to gain another 25 points in his driver’s scorecard. It also raised his overall points this season to 68 points. Rosberg was only 0.714 seconds behind his fellow Mercedes-AMG Petronas driver, earning him 18 points, which made his total points to 51 points. It should be noted though that Vettel still trailed behind the Mercedes duo. However, the former world champion… Continue Reading »


Mercedes AMG Petronas posts 1-2 finish at the 2014 Chinese Grand Prix

It is officially a trend. Mercedes AMG Petronas posted its third straight one-two finish at the Chinese Grand Prix, with Lewis Hamilton once again taking the win and Nico Rosberg finishing in second place. The win also makes it four victories in four races for the team, with Rosberg taking the title at the season opener in Australia. This particular win gives Hamilton 25 for his career, which puts him in a tie for eighth place on the all-time list along with Niki Lauda and Jim Clark. Rosberg finished in second place in remarkable fashion, driving composed even with a complete failure of his car’s telemetry system. That meant the… Continue Reading »


Mercedes Downplays Its Chances At The Chinese Grand Prix

Despite their win at the Chinese Grand Prix last year, Mercedes head Toto Wolff is playing down its chances of retaining the title as the season starts. Last year was the first win of the team since it returned to Formula 1 racing behind the commanding victory of Nico Rosberg in Shanghai. Although the team is supposedly second only to Red Bull according to Lewis Hamilton, Wolf is trying to be more realistic about the team’s chances this year. He indicated that questions were asked if they will be able to repeat its 2013 win, but what happened last year may not increase its chances this year on the track…. Continue Reading »


Rosberg Scores Historic Win for Mercedes GP

Nico Rosberg finally felt how sweet it is to win a Formula One Grand Prix event at the Chinese Grand Prix last Sunday. It was historic for both the driver and Mercedes AMG Petronas GP, as the win marked the first victory in 57 years for an F1 car that rode purely under the banner of the Silver Arrow. Rosberg cruised to victory, ending up with a 20.6-second lead on the next guys, who happened to be driving Mercedes-powered cars. McLaren-Mercedes teammates Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton finished second and third respectively to join the German race winner on the podium. Incidentally, it was also Rosberg’s first time to start… Continue Reading »


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