Hamilton Wins Fourth World Title as Verstappen Takes Mexican Victory

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MEXICO CITY, Mexico — While Max Verstappen won Sunday’s Mexican Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton claimed his fourth World Championship. The Dutchman drove an impeccable race as Hamilton and championship rival Sebastian Vettel clashed on the first lap, dropping them down the order. “Of course the start was very crucial,” Verstappen said. “I went round the outside, so that worked out …

Despite Verstappen’s Push, Vettel Takes 50th Pole in Mexico

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MEXICO CITY, Mexico — While it looked like Max Verstappen would become the youngest polesitter in Formula One history, Sebastian Vettel slammed the record books shut by taking the track record and his 50th pole position by 0.086 seconds over the Dutchman. “Yeah, it was quite a lap I have to say, I’m really, really happyYeah, it was quite a …

Hamilton Has Fun On Way to Victory in Austin

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AUSTIN, Tex. — Lewis Hamilton opened up his World Championship lead to 67 points over Sebastian Vettel by winning the United States Grand Prix at Circuit of the Americas on Sunday. Hamilton drove a clean race, protecting his tires in the final stage of the race as Vettel pitted for a new set of tires. “First of all, I want …

Aston Martin Becomes Title Sponsor Of Red Bull F1

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Eighteen months after launching an Innovation Partnership that led to the redefinition of automotive possibility with the game-changing Aston Martin Valkyrie hypercar, Red Bull Racing is set to similarly redefine the Formula One grid with the announcement that the iconic sports car brand Aston Martin is to become its title partner from 2018 onwards, with the team competing as ‘Aston Martin Red Bull Racing’.

Vettel’s Title Hopes Damaged As Hamilton Wins Singapore

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SINGAPORE – Lewis Hamilton won Sunday’s Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix at the Marina Bay Street Circuit to go 28 points clear at the top of the Formula 1 Drivers Championship after Kimi Raikkonen, Max Verstappen and Sebastian Vettel all crashed out in Turn 1 on the opening lap of the race. Vettel had qualified on pole and was looking …