Lewis Hamilton proved that the Mercedes Silver Arrows will be every bit of the threat in 2017 that they have been the last three years on the Formula One grid, topping both Friday practice sessions for the Australian Grand Prix.
In a battle of wills, Nico Rosberg fired the opening shots against Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton in Friday’s free practice sessions for the Japanese Grand Prix.
The story of Kevin Magnussen’s Friday at Sepang Int’l Circuit wasn’t what he did on the track, which was slot in 19th overall on the practice charts at the controls of the Renault RS16.
Though Nico Rosberg has had the Formula One field by the throat over the last three race weekends, it was his teammate Lewis Hamilton who flipped the script during Friday practice for the Malaysian Grand Prix at Sepang Int’l Circuit.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — official series release — John Cote/IndyCar photo — Will Power dug himself a hole by crashing in the first practice session for the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg Friday morning, but the Team Penske driver redeemed himself by soaring to the top of the leaderboard in the second session. Power’s lap of 1:00.9431 of a …