Valtteri Bottas benefitted from a 10 second time penalty for Lewis Hamilton to win the 2020 Russian Grand Prix from Max Verstappen.
Following a dramatic Tuscan Grand Prix nearly a fortnight ago, Formula One has headed over 2000 miles east to Sochi Autodrom as teams participated in Friday Practice for the 2020 Russian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton overcame a poor start plus two red flags to edge out Mercedes teammate, Valtteri Bottas for victory in an incident filled 2020 Tuscan Grand Prix.
Mercedes dominated Saturday’s action at 2020 Tuscan Grand Prix as Lewis Hamilton clinched his fourth pole position of the season in another Silver Arrows front row lockout, ahead of Valtteri Bottas and Max Verstappen.
After the thrills of Monza, Formula One remain in Italy as they headed to Mugello for the first-ever Tuscan Grand Prix, with drivers hitting the track for Friday Practice.
After the epic thrill of Monza last weekend culminating in Pierre Gasly’s maiden F1 victory, Formula One heads 185.6 miles to Mugello for the 2020 Tuscan Grand Prix to celebrate Ferrari’s 1000th Grand Prix.
Pierre Gasly became the 109th different Formula One winner after edging out Carlos Sainz for victory in a dramatic 2020 Italian Grand Prix, as Lewis Hamilton recovered from a stop and go penalty to finish seventh.
Lewis Hamilton overcame a tough Saturday to clinch his 94th F1 pole position ahead of Mercedes teammate, Valtteri Bottas as the grid for the 2020 Italian Grand Prix was determined.
This weekend sees Formula One head to Monza, Italy, as Mercedes dominated Friday Practice whilst Alpha Tauri, Alfa Romeo and Ferrari endured contrasting fortunes on the opening day of their home race weekend.
As Formula One gears up for the 2020 Italian Grand Prix, join us as we rewind back to the 2008 Italian GP weekend at Monza, which saw Sebastian Vettel at his early best in torrential conditions.
After an emotionally tough weekend in Belgium, Formula One heads to Monza for the first of an Italian double header as Ferrari look to bounce back on home soil.
Lewis Hamilton cruised to a comfortable fourth Belgian Grand Prix victory ahead of Valtteri Bottas and Max Verstappen, as he extends his championship lead to 47 points.