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Verstappen Claims Victory As Mercedes F1 Duo Secure Podium Spots

The 2023 Spanish Grand Prix delivered a thrilling spectacle as Max Verstappen of Red Bull emerged victorious, showcasing his dominance on the track. However, it was the remarkable performance of Lewis Hamilton and George Russell, both representing Mercedes F1, that added an extra layer of excitement to the race. How the Spanish GP Unfolded for Mercedes F1 Hamilton and Russell of Mercedes F1, driving the second- and third-fastest cars on the grid, respectively, exhibited their exceptional skills as they secured podium finishes amidst fierce competition. The duo’s strategic maneuvers and impressive overtakes showcased their determination to excel in the highly competitive Formula 1 World Championship. In the early stages of… Continue Reading »


F1: Epic crash knocks out both Mercedes cars in lap 1 of Spanish Grand Prix

Well, that escalated quickly. Lap one of the 2016 Spanish Grand Prix saw a Mercedes on Mercedes crash, taking out the top two contenders in the season so far. This paved the way for Red Bull’s Max Verstappen to be the youngest race winner in Formula One history.  Right after the start, Hamilton was able to get ahead of Rosberg but the German managed to snag back the lead by turn 3. Then, the proverbial sh-t hit the fan on the lead-up to turn 4. Check out the crash below; the carnage starts at around the 22-second mark of the video. Well, it’s going to be hard to say because both… Continue Reading »


Hamilton Silences Critics with His Victories

Lewis Hamilton appears to be on top of his game once more, thanks to a series of impressive victories that followed after his failure to finish at the Australian Grand Prix. The recent Spanish Grand Prix catapulted him all the way up the rankings with 100 points, overtaking his teammate Nico Rosberg in the process who has 97 points in his scorecard. The consecutive wins of the Briton, which started in Malaysia, led a lot in the F1 community to believe that he might be able to relive his 2008 glory. Last year, when he started his contract with Mercedes AMG Petronas, a lot of critics questioned his decision to… Continue Reading »


Schumacher Gets 5-Place Penalty for Barcelona Crash

If you watched the 2012 Spanish Grand Prix last weekend, chances are you saw a disappointing end to Michael Schumacher’s race when his MGP W03 collided with the back of Bruno Senna’s Williams. Now, the verdict is out, and the race stewards have given Schumi the unpleasant reward of a 5-place grid penalty at the Monaco Grand Prix in two weeks. This penalty was given once the stewards reviewed the footage of the collision on lap 12 of the race and deemed it was caused by the German seven-time F1 champion for Mercedes AMG Petronas. Schumacher had claimed that it was Senna’s fault, but Senna countered and obviously the stewards… Continue Reading »


Schumacher, Rosberg with Strong Showing in Friday Practice

It’s been a long wait for the resumption of Formula One action, but this weekend will bring a lot of excitement when the European leg of the 2012 season starts at Barcelona. Mercedes AMG Petronas delivered a strong showing in Friday practice, with both Michael Schumacher and Nico Rosberg building some momentum from the team’s testing at Mugello and then getting excellent results at the Circuit de Catalunya. Schumacher was great in Practice 1, notching sixth place at 1:25:187, while Rosberg was a mere 14th with 1:25:607. Rosberg was much better in the second practice session, finishing third with 1:23:771, just behind Jenson Button and Sebastian Vettel. Schumi’s 1:24:080 was… Continue Reading »


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