Lewis Hamilton avoids punishment for wearing nose stud, Mercedes receives fine

Lewis Hamilton avoids punishment for wearing nose stud, Mercedes receives fine

SINGAPORE — No further action has been taken against Lewis Hamilton for wearing a nose stud during qualifying day for the Singapore Grand Prix, although his Mercedes team has been fined €25,000 for submitting a scrutineering form that declared Hamilton was not wearing jewellery. Hamilton explained after qualifying that he was wearing his nose stud … Read more

Two Great Children’s Books to Introduce Kids to Formula 1

Two Great Children’s Books to Introduce Kids to Formula 1

Photo: Elizabeth Blackstock I’m at an age where, even though I’m not planning on having children, many people I know are — and I’m always looking for cute race car-themed gifts to celebrate a new addition to a family. Andy Amendola of Red Racer Books has published two new books that are now my go-tos: … Read more

Bernie Ecclestone in court on fraud charge

Bernie Ecclestone in court on fraud charge

F ormer Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone is due to appear in court over an alleged failure to declare £400 million of overseas assets to the Government. Ecclestone, 91, is expected to attend Westminster Magistrates’ Court in person on Monday to face a charge of fraud by false representation between July 13, 2013 and October … Read more

Lewis Hamilton Reflects on 10 Life-Changing Moments | Vanity Fair – Vanity Fair

Lewis Hamilton Reflects on 10 Life-Changing Moments | Vanity Fair – Vanity Fair

Lewis Hamilton Reflects on 10 Life-Changing Moments | Vanity Fair  Vanity Fair

Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc, Carlos Sainz suffer nightmare double retirement at Azerbaijan GP

Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc, Carlos Sainz suffer nightmare double retirement at Azerbaijan GP

Ferrari suffered a nightmare double retirement at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix to hand another huge opportunity to Max Verstappen and Red Bull. Ferrari had claimed pole position through Charles Leclerc on Saturday, with Carlos Sainz starting fourth, but within just 20 laps of Sunday’s race both its cars were out of the race. Sainz retired … Read more

Sweden’s Ericsson gives Ganassi another Indy 500 victory

Sweden’s Ericsson gives Ganassi another Indy 500 victory

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Marcus Ericsson, once a Formula One backmarker, is now an IndyCar frontrunner. And an Indianapolis 500 champion. Ericsson became the second Swede to win the Indy 500 on Sunday when he held off some of the biggest names in North American auto racing in front of the largest crowd of his life. … Read more

Monaco GP Sergio Perez win under threat after Ferrari protest over alleged pit exit infraction

Monaco GP Sergio Perez win under threat after Ferrari protest over alleged pit exit infraction

MONTE CARLO — Sergio Perez’s Monaco Grand Prix victory could be under threat after Ferrari protested him and Red Bull teammate Max Verstappen for an alleged infraction over pit exit. Perez held off Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz to win on Sunday, with Verstappen finishing ahead of Charles Leclerc for the final spot on the podium. Ferrari … Read more

Pressure mounts on Daniel Ricciardo as McLaren extends Pato O’Ward deal

Pressure mounts on Daniel Ricciardo as McLaren extends Pato O’Ward deal

Daniel Ricciardo has not delivered the results hoped for in Formula One, McLaren boss Zak Brown said on Friday after announcing that their IndyCar team had extended their agreement with Pato O’Ward, who is eyeing a Formula One seat. McLaren took care of a bit of business ahead of Sunday’s Indy 500 by extending O’Ward’s … Read more

Charles Leclerc retires from comfortable lead of Spanish Grand Prix

Charles Leclerc retires from comfortable lead of Spanish Grand Prix

BARCELONA, Spain — Charles Leclerc lost what looked like a routine Spanish Grand Prix win when his Ferrari car lost power mid-way through the race. Leclerc was leading comfortably until lap 27, when his Ferrari slowed dramatically. Leclerc brought the car into the pits to retire, opening up a huge opportunity for Max Verstappen and … Read more

The Rikers Island Grand Prix Will Save F1 And New York City

The Rikers Island Grand Prix Will Save F1 And New York City

Image: Google Maps If you’re from New York or have ever watched a single episode of Law & Order, you are intimately familiar with Rikers Island. The much beleaguered prison complex has been an albatross on the city for years now. Now, there’s even the possibility the Department of Justice could take it over due … Read more