McLaren driver Lando Norris has said he found it difficult to cope with the criticism he was subject to after he made comments about the success of Lewis Hamilton’s career after a record-breaking 92nd career win.
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Pietro Fittipaldi made his Formula 1 race début on Sunday in place of the injured Romain Grosjean and was happy to fulfil his goal of seeing the chequered flag.
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Mercedes’ chief race engineer Andrew Shovlin said Hamilton has earned all the success he has had in his time at Mercedes.
Mercedes’ team boss Toto Wolff has expressed his amazement at Lewis Hamilton winning the Drivers’ Championship title for the seventh time.
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It was a difficult day for Mercedes’ Valtteri Bottas in Turkey, as he finished outside the points in fourteenth position, whilst his team-mate, Briton’s Lewis Hamilton, won his seventh world title.
Taking victory in Istanbul, Lewis Hamilton has secured his 94th career win and seventh World Championship title, equaling Michael Schumacher’s record.
McLaren are looking forward to racing in Turkey this weekend at the Istanbul Park circuit, making a return to the Formula 1 calendar following a nine-year absence.
It was a day of contrasting results for the Racing Point drivers in Portugal as Sergio Pérez finished in the points in seventh, while Lance Stroll suffered a retirement.
McLaren had a bittersweet day in the Eifel Grand Prix as Carlos Sainz Jr. finished in fifth place, but his team-mate Lando Norris was forced to retire due to issues with his power unit.
Racing Point drivers Lance Stroll and Sergio Pérez are looking forward to racing at the Nürburgring this weekend.
It was a day of disappointment for McLaren F1 Team in Sochi after they were not able to score any points.
Mercedes finished their strong weekend in Sochi on a high note, with both drivers on the podium.
Mercedes’ chief race engineer Andrew Shovlin was pleased with the team’s performance at the Russian Grand Prix, but is committed to fixing their mistakes in two weeks time at the Nürburgring.
McLaren F1 Team showed some solid pace in qualifying for the Russian Grand Prix with both drivers starting in the top ten.
Williams Racing are hopeful they will be able bring home a positive result this weekend in the Russian Grand Prix after missing out on points at Mugello.
It was a frustrating race for Williams at Spa on Sunday, with neither driver scoring any points.
Haas F1 Team had a disappointing race in Spa after struggling for pace and not scoring any points.