Lewis Hamilton in Russia

Hamilton Triumphs as Rosberg Retires in Russia

October 12th, 2015, by  David   D

Lewis Hamilton triumphed at the Russian Grand Prix, as Nico Rosberg retired from the race with a throttle failure.The victory, coupled with Rosberg’s inability to finish, leaves Hamilton 73 points ahead of his Mercedes teammate in the battle for the 2015 World Drivers’ Championship title, with just four events remaining.Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel finished in second place to move ahead of Rosberg in the standings, with Sergio Perez securing a stunning podium finish for Force India.Perez, employing an extremely long latter stint having pitted early on, was passed by both the Williams of Valtteri Bottas and Ferrari’s Kim Read More

Japanese Grand Prix

Hamilton Delivers Heavy Blow to Rosberg

September 28th, 2015, by  David   D

Lewis Hamilton came out on top of the battle of the Mercedes drivers at the Japanese Grand Prix.Hamilton fought his way past Nico Rosberg, who had qualified in pole position, at the beginning of Sunday’s race at Suzuka, before pulling away to record a comfortable victory.Rosberg recovered from dropping to fourth at the start to finish in second place, as Mercedes secured a one-two result, but the German is now 48 points adrift of his teammate in the World Championship standings, with just five events remaining in the season.Sebastian Vettel, fourth on the grid, finished in third place, with fourth going to his Ferrari Read More

Sebastian Vettel

Vettel Victorious in Singapore

September 21st, 2015, by  David   D

Sebastian Vettel’s superbly composed performance secured victory for Ferrari at the Singapore Grand Prix.In a race of two safety-car periods, the second one caused by an attendee’s walk down part of the circuit, pole-sitter Vettel remained in control to defeat Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo.The Australian finished second, with Kimi Raikkonen coming home third in the second Ferrari.Championship leader Lewis Hamilton was running fourth when throttle problems saw him drop towards the back of the field and, ultimately, out of the race.On a weekend during which the usually dominant Mercedes outfit were put in the shade by Fer Read More

Hamilton at Monza

Hamilton Secures Monza Win

September 8th, 2015, by  David   D

By: Dave of Setanta SportsLewis Hamilton extended his World Championship lead over Nico Rosberg to 53 points by emerging victorious from the Italian Grand Prix, while the German suffered an engine failure.Hamilton, starting Sunday’s race from pole position, was helped by a very poor getaway from Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen, who had been alongside the Mercedes racer on the front row of the grid.Sebastian Vettel, third in the other Ferrari after qualifying, finished in second place but was unable to put Hamilton under any serious pressure in the battle for victory.Rosberg started from fourth place, following a qualifying o Read More

Belgian Grand Prix

Belgian Victory for Hamilton

August 24th, 2015, by  David   D

By: Dave of Setanta SportsLewis Hamilton controlled Sunday’s race from pole position at the Belgian Grand Prix, securing victory in relative comfort.Nico Rosberg recovered from a poor start to ensure a one-two result for Mercedes, but the German is now 28 points teammate Hamilton in the battle to win the Drivers’ Championship.Lotus racer Romain Grosjean finished third, thanks in part to two expert passes on Williams driver Valtteri Bottas early on, either side of the opening round of pit-stops, along with fine overtakes on Daniel Ricciardo and Sergio Perez.The Frenchman, who was ninth on the grid, ultimately secured t Read More

Sebastial Vettel Hungarian Grand Prix

Sebastian Vettel Wins Frenetic Hungarian GP

July 27th, 2015, by  David   D

By: Nick of Setanta SportsFerrari driver Sebastian Vettel recorded his second win of the season with victory at the Hungarian GP on Sunday.The former world champion took the lead early in the first lap and held on to the end, ignoring all the excitement taking place behind him at the Hungaroring.It was the German’s 41st Grand Prix victory, equalling Ayrton Senna in third place on the all-time list, with just Alain Prost (51) and Michael Schumacher (91) ahead of him.Vettel dedicated his victory to Marussia driver Jules Bianchi, who died last week after months in a coma following a crash in the Japanese GP last year.“Th Read More

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