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Lewis Hamilton Podium Finish for the Second Time This Season

After a dry spell following his third-place finish in Bahrain, Lewis Hamilton finally gets back to the podium. The former Formula One Drivers Champion just finished third in the recently concluded Canadian Grand Prix while his teammate, George Russell, ended fourth. Hamilton appeared elated at the results of the race, which was the complete opposite of his demeanor early on. He thanked his crew for their support and, in his assessment, they are no longer far behind the pace of the leading drivers of this season and their pace was “quite good, particularly in the second phase of the stint”. The driver also recalled that it was in that place… Continue Reading »


Lewis Hamilton Wins the F1 Canadian Grand Prix Amid Controversy

Lewis Hamilton continues his winning ways as he once again bags the victory at the Formula 1 Canadian Grand Prix this Sunday. However, the Mercedes driver’s triumph was marred by controversy. It was Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel who crossed the checkered flag first. However, the German was penalized by the stewards for 5 seconds. The sanction was enough to propel Hamilton to the top. The penalty stemmed from Lap 48 of 70 when the leading Vettel was pressured by Hamilton. As a result, the Ferrari driver got his tires on the grass at the Turn 3-4 chicane. When he went back on track, he forced Hamilton towards the wall. Fortunately, the… Continue Reading »


Mercedes F1 Team Weekend Wrap-up

The Mercedes AMG Petronas Formula One Team just had an amazing weekend. First, the drivers of Mercedes F1 team both dominated the event with a 1-2 finish. The race in Canada marked the 56th career win of Lewis Hamilton. The event was also where the Briton got his fourth Grand Slam victory for claiming the pole position during qualifying, having the fastest lap plus leading every lap in the race, and eventually emerging triumphant in the end. Valtteri Bottas came in second while Daniel Ricciardo of Red Bull landed third. An unfortunate contact with Red Bull driver Max Verstappen’s car drove Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel to the fourth rank. It should be… Continue Reading »


Mercedes F1 W06 is Bringing Its Enhanced Engine to Canada

  The Mercedes F1 W06 race car, also known as the Silver Arrow, will be bringing in its upgraded engine in the upcoming Formula One Canadian Grand Prix. According to the interview of Lotus CEO Matthew Carter with Sky Sports, Mercedes used up tokens to introduce some tweaks in its hybrid power unit. If it is true, then we might be seeing an improved performance in Mercedes-AMG Petronas again. It could further extend its lead in the races to come and give its major rivals more reasons to whine again about how the sport has been getting boring recently due to the continuous dominance of Mercedes. Based on the report, Mercedes,… Continue Reading »


Rosberg settles for Second Place as Ricciardo wins Canadian GP

It took seven Grands Prix before anyone else was able to claim a victory, and Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo was as good a bet as any to break the Mercedes AMG Petronas win streak. Ricciardo claimed his maiden GP win by overtaking the struggling Mercedes of Nico Rosberg with only three laps remaining in the 2014 Canadian Grand Prix, and the Australian driver never looked back. The two Mercedes cars pushed hard against each other as their rivalry continues to heat up. However, it looks like the competition is getting the better of their cars. Rosberg nursed a rear-brake problem, which slowed his car down and allowed Ricciardo to get past him, although kudos to him for still… Continue Reading »


Hamilton in Great Condition for the Canadian Grand Prix

After an amazing run in the Monaco Grand Prix with Nico Rosberg bagging the victory, Lewis Hamilton believes that the Mercedes Team can do it again in the Canadian circuit. BBC Sport pointed out that Rosberg only won the Monaco race because he was able to control the pace. However, with the track in Canada, wherein overtaking is easier, it will be hard to get on top of the other teams. Despite the view of BBC, Hamilton said that based on their improvements lately, especially with the tyres, they will be able to overcome the track in Canada. According to the news source, Hamilton actually won three races in Canada…. Continue Reading »


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