Two races from the end of his Formula 1 career, Marcus Ericsson has come good in qualifying with a career-best seventh for the 2018 Brazilian Grand Prix.
For the second time in a week Renault’s Nico Hülkenberg was best-of-the-rest with a “lonely” run to sixth place in Mexico.
He may not have enjoyed the 2018 Mexican Grand Prix but Lewis Hamilton is now a five-time world champion.
Kimi Räikkönen managed his tyres and pace throughout the 2018 Mexican Grand Prix to claim third and keep the newly crowned champion off the podium.
Vettel’s title challenge was put to bed in Mexico with Lewis Hamilton taking the crown. Now, Vettel has vowed to bounce back as he focuses on aiding Ferrari’s quest for the constructors’ title.
Continuing his woeful season, Lance Stroll failed to score points in the US after side-swiping Fernando Alonso and being hit with a drive-through penalty.
Despite showing good one-lap pace, grid penalties and a difficult race left Pierre Gasly languishing outside of the points at the 2018 USGP.
Despite trailing Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes in the race for the world championship, Maurizio Arrivabene has made it clear that Ferrari won’t go down without a fight.
After five win-less years Kimi Räikkönen finally proved that he’s still capable of taking a Grand Prix victory…he had to fight for it though.
It may have taken a post-race disqualification for Romain Grosjean for Renault to move into a clear fourth in the constructors’ standings, but Carlos Sainz Jr.’s solid effort rewarded the team with valuable points too.
Sergio Pérez was a surprise Q2 casualty at Monza but recovered well during the 2018 Italian Grand Prix, despite heavy contact with Kevin Magnussen’s Haas.
Such are McLaren’s 2018 struggles, two-time world champion Fernando Alonso is pleased with P13 in qualifying for the 2018 Italian Grand Prix.
While others found Monza’s famous slipstreaming useful in qualifying for the 2018 Italian Grand Prix, Sergey Sirotkin saw it as more of a hindrance.
Although he ended the day third fastest behind both Scuderia Ferraris, Lewis Hamilton couldn’t hide his excitement after a thrilling qualifying session for the 2018 Italian Grand Prix.
Despite forming the second half of Ferrari’s front-row lock-out at Monza, Sebastian Vettel remains disappointed not to have been quickest.