Coronavirus: Vietnam F1 Grand Prix Gets Go-Ahead Despite Virus Fears

Vietnam’s inaugural Formula One Grand Prix will take place in Hanoi in April as planned, organisers told AFP on Tuesday, avoiding the fate of the Chinese Grand Prix which was postponed over the deadly coronavirus outbreak. The virus, which has killed more than 1,800 people in China, has trashed Asia’s sporting calendar, forcing the postponement Read More …

F1: Chinese Grand Prix Postponed Over Coronavirus Fears

The Chinese Grand Prix scheduled for April 19 has been postponed because of the “continued spread” of the deadly coronavirus, motorsport’s governing body FIA announced Wednesday. FIA said promotors of the Shanghai race had requested a postponement “in view of the continued spread of novel coronavirus”, now named COVID-19. “As a result of continued health Read More …

Charles Leclerc Extends Ferrari Deal Until 2024

Monegasque driver Charles Leclerc confirmed on Monday he has extended his contract with Ferrari until 2024. “Extremely happy to announce that I will be staying with Scuderia Ferrari for five more years,” the 22-year-old said on Twitter. The 22-year-old, who joined Ferrari in 2016, has impressed in his first season alongside four-time world champion Sebastian Read More …

Ferrari CEO Admits To “Conversations” With Formula One Champion Lewis Hamilton

Ferrari chief executive officer Louis Camilleri said Thursday that it was premature to talk about a possible move of six-time world champion Lewis Hamilton to the Italian team. Camilleri confirmed that Mercedes driver Hamilton has had “conversations” with Ferrari chairman John Elkann, but not with him nor Team Principal Mattia Binotto. “It is common knowledge Read More …

Lewis Hamilton Wraps Up F1 Season With “Masterclass” In Abu Dhabi

Lewis Hamilton delivered sumptuous confirmation of his title-winning supremacy on Sunday when he claimed his 84th career victory and 11th in 21 races this year by dominating the season-ending ‘twilight’ Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. Starting from a record 88th pole position, the 34-year-old Briton was unchallenged from lights to flag as he cruised to an Read More …

Sebastian Vettel Admits He Needs To Improve As Charles Leclerc Shines For Ferrari

Sebastian Vettel admitted he needs to improve his individual performances next year after being outperformed by Ferrari team-mate Charles Leclerc this season. The four-time world champion was beaten in the championship by the young Monegasque — the first time he has been out-scored in a title race by his team-mate. Leclerc gained a provisional podium Read More …

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