Lewis Hamilton’s Formula 1 qualifying woes continued at the Hungarian Grand Prix on Sunday when a fuel leak in Q1 caused his Mercedes car to burst in to flames
Blow for Hamiltons hopes of winning drivers championship I cant believe it has happened again, says Mercedes driverLewis Hamilton suffered another unfortunate blow to his …
The incident, which occurred at the very start of Q1, could prove a huge blow to the 2008 world champion’s title chances this time around
After his brake failure in Hockenheim, for the second race in a row Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton will have to start from back of the grid
Lewis Hamilton saw his qualifying attempts prematurely halted for the second time in a week after his Mercedes burst into flames on his very first out lap during qualifying for the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton heads final practice for the 2014 F1 Hungarian Grand Prix, but is only 0.047 seconds up on Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg
Lewis Hamilton completed a clean sweep of practice sessions at the Hungaroring on Saturday morning, edging out Mercedes team mate Nico Rosberg by just three hundredths of a second. However, in cooler temperatures the field closed in on the dominant Silver Arrows, with less than nine tenths of a second covering the top eight. Red Bull led the charge, with Sebastian Vettel third and Daniel Ricciardo fourth fastest
Lewis Hamilton set the fastest time in final practice at the Hungarian Grand Prix, but held just a 0.047s advantage over Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg
Briton driven on by huge support as he sets about hauling in his Mercedes team-mate and winning for fifth time on circuit he loves
Four-time world champion is unhappy at being an also-ran this season and has thrown his hat into the ring for a drive at pace-setters Mercedes
The British Mercedes driver has won four times at the twisty Budapest track and hopes to make it five on SundayIt is easy to feel rapture for …
LIMITED DEGRADATION DESPITE HIGH TEMPERATURES AND DEMANDING CORNERS 1.6 SECONDS BETWEEN THE TWO COMPOUNDS: SEVERAL STRATEGY OPTIONS OPEN FOR THE RACE LEWIS HAMILTON QUICKEST FOR MERCEDES IN BOTH SESSIONS WITH MEDIUM AND SOFT TYRES Conditions were dry and warm for both free practice sessions at the Hungaroring, with track temperature rising by 12 degrees centigrade between the morning and afternoon sessions. Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton was fastest in both sessions, using the P Zero White medium tyre to set his best time in the morning, and P Zero Yellow soft tyre in the afternoon.
If Lewis Hamilton really was remotely concerned or destabilised by feeble rumours being put around here on Thursday to the effect that his Mercedes team was offering lucrative blandishments to Sebastian Vettel to drive for them from 2016, he showed no sign of it yesterday.
If Lewis Hamilton really was remotely concerned or destabilised by feeble rumours being put around here on Thursday to the effect that his Mercedes team was offering lucrative blandishments to Sebastian Vettel to drive for them from 2016, he showed no sign of it yesterday.
Mercedes dominiert das Geschehen in der Formel 1: Im F.A.Z.-Interview spricht Daimler-Chef Dieter Zetsche über den Erfolg von Mercedes und fordert von Bernie Ecclestone Veränderungen bei der Vermarktung der Formel 1.
Mercedes retained their now familiar advantage over the opposition in Friday’s two opening practice sessions in Hungary, despite the tight nature of the circuit and the removal of FRIC suspension having led many to predict a closer fight at the front. Nico Rosberg was surprised to be so far head too, though he is not writing off Red Bull’s Budapest challenge just yet
Sebastian Vettel isn’t confident that the tight nature of the Hungaroring can help move Red Bull closer to Mercedes in their F1 battle.
Nico Rosberg says he expected Red Bull to be more competitive after Mercedes was comfortably quickest during practice for the Hungarian Grand Prix
The British drivers switch from McLaren was ridiculed by many in Formula One but has proved to be a shrewd career moveLewis Hamiltons momentous move to …
Watch highlights as Lewis Hamilton tops the timecharts ahead of Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg in second practice for the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Brembo and Mercedes have issued a joint statement regarding progress in the analysis of the brake failure that ended Lewis Hamilton’s qualifying session in Germany.
Nico Rosberg was surprised by Mercedes’ lead over their rivals in Hungary, believing the nature of the track would negate some of their advantage…
Both Silver Arrows drivers have been at the sharp end of the grid all season and are battling tooth and nail for the world driver’s title
Italian Brake supplier Brembo has revealed that post-failure analysis of the right front brake disc from Lewis Hamilton's car has not yet unveiled a conslusive point of failure
Mercedes and brake supplier Brembo have said that they are still unsure as to what caused the front-right brake disc failure that led to Lewis Hamilton’s heavy qualifying crash in Germany. The two companies, who have been working hand-in-hand to analyse and identify the causes of the failure, say that investigations are ongoing
The Mercedes and Red Bull Formula 1 teams were surprised by the championship-dominating outfit’s advantage over the rest of the field in practice for the Hungarian Grand Prix on Friday
Nico Rosberg is surprised Mercedes had a half-second advantage over the rest of the field at the Hungarian Grand Prix as he finished second to team-mate Lewis Hamilton in Friday practice
It’s Hamilton and Rosberg at the front once again, as Mercedes dominates FP2 at the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Mercedes and Brembo say that they still don’t know what caused Lewis Hamilton’s front brake disc failure in Hockenheim – but the two companies say that investigations are ongoing. In an unusual joint PR statement they said: “There is currently … Continue reading →
Mercedes and brake disc supplier Brembo believe there may not be a single reason behind Lewis Hamilton’s brake failure in German Grand Prix qualifying.
Mercedes driver confirms dominance around the Hungaroring on Friday, topping both free practice sessions
Hamilton fastest in both practice sessions in Hungary Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg second quickestLewis Hamilton continued his long love affair with the Hungaroring by posting …
Hamilton fastest in both practice sessions in Hungary Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg second quickestLewis Hamilton continued his long love affair with the Hungaroring by posting the fastest times in …
Lewis Hamilton maintained his advantage at the Hungaroring as he finished two-tenths of a second clear of Mercedes team mate Nico Rosberg and the rest of the Formula One field in Friday afternoon’s second practice session. Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso both got within a second of Hamilton, while McLaren’s Kevin Magnussen narrowly edged out Kimi Raikkonen in the second Ferrari in the fight for fifth
Lewis Hamilton topped Friday practice for the Hungarian Grand Prix ahead of Nico Rosberg as the two Mercedes drivers prepared for round 11 of their championship battle
Lewis Hamilton heads a Mercedes 1-2 in opening F1 practice for the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton was fastest in the first practice session at the Hungaroring. He was nearly 2 tenths ahead of his teammate and another 4 tenths clear of Kimi Raikkonen.
Lewis Hamilton narrowly edged out Nico Rosberg to go fastest as Mercedes took command of the opening practice session in Budapest on Friday morning. Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen was the only other man to get within one second of Hamilton, with the Finn’s team mate Fernando Alonso fourth ahead of Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel and McLaren’s Kevin Magnussen
Lewis Hamilton beats Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg in first practice for Sunday’s Hungarian Grand Prix.
Mercedes underlined its dominant position at the front of Formula 1 by comfortably leading the way in the first free practice session for the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton hopes to agree a new deal with Mercedes this season even though his current contract still has more than a year to run.
The Brit has also insisted he has no fear of being replaced by Red Bull’s world champion Sebastian Vettel or Ferrari’s highly-rated Fernando Alonso
Lewis Hamilton says he hopes to sign a new contract with Mercedes by the end of the season, despite interest from his former team McLaren
2008 world champion has won five races so far this season Contract could be worth up to £70m over its durationLewis Hamilton is expecting a fresh contract from Mercedes …
Nico Rosberg admits he and Lewis Hamiton are walking a “fine line” in their bid to win the world championship but still both keep Mercedes at the centre of their priorities
After four years ruling the F1 roost, Sebastian Vettel is facing a huge challenge this season as his Renault-powered Red Bull team struggle to compete with their leading Mercedes rivals. Vettel insists he remains as focussed as ever, however, and all the while he can still mathematically retain his title, it seems he won’t be too eager to hand back the championship trophy. We caught up with the German for an exclusive chat ahead of this weekend’s Budapest race
Lewis Hamilton wants to stay with Mercedes beyond his current contract, which expires at the end of 2015.