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Bottas takes second win of the season and career

Valtteri Bottas holds off Sebastian Vettel to win the Austrian Grand Prix as Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton battles back to finish fourth in Spielberg Valterri Bottas held off Sebastian Vettel to win the Austrian Grand Prix at the Red Bull Ring on Sunday Vettel came second and Daniel Ricciardo third as Lewis Hamilton had to settle for a fourth-place finish Red Bull’s Max Verstappen and McLaren’s Fernando Alonso were forced to retire early on after collision Ferrari star Vettel…

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FP2 - Raikkonen on top as Red Bull hit trouble in Canada

The battle for supremacy grew even closer in Montreal on Friday afternoon, as Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen edged Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton in second practice. Their respective team mates Sebastian Vettel and Valtteri Bottas – as well as Red Bull’s Max Verstappen – all finished within half a second of Raikkonen’s leading time. However, it was far from all good news for Red Bull. Daniel Ricciardo suffered a suspected engine failure early on, while Verstappen brought out the red flags with…

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F1 bosses target more than 21 races from 2019

Formula 1 bosses are targeting a calendar that features more than 21 races from 2019 onwards. F1 marketing chief Sean Bratches said he is working with sporting boss Ross Brawn to define next year’s calendar and confirmed there will 21 races, with France and Germany rejoining and Malaysia departing. From the following season, the aim is to add more races with a focus on re-establishing the championship in core markets such as Europe, as well as increasing the reach…

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Bottas: Red Bull’s strong showing a one-off for now

Valtteri Bottas does not expect Red Bull to remain a part of the fight at the front of the Formula 1 field in the near future, despite its strong showing in the Monaco Grand Prix. A good strategy call with Daniel Ricciardo allowed Red Bull to exploit the overcut in Monte Carlo to leapfrog Bottas during the pit stop phase – knocking Mercedes off the podium for the first time this year. But despite recent updates having helped Red…

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WIN! Epic Silver Arrows Experience at the British Grand Prix!

Just when you thought the 2017 Formula One season couldn’t get any more exciting, we’re dropping our biggest EVER competition into the mix – available exclusively to our OfficialFans via the brand new Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport App!* We’re offering you the chance to join us at Silverstone for an incredible Qualifying and Race Day experience as a special guest of the team! You’ll have access to our swanky Silver Arrows motorhome, a tour of the team garage, opportunities to…

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Ferrari have ‘potential cold war’ between Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen after Monaco GP

Vettel beats Raikkonen in Monaco after overtaking team-mate through pit stops Ferrari have a “potential cold war” brewing within their team after Sebastian Vettel beat Kimi Raikkonen in a controversial victory at the Monaco GP, according to Monday’s national newspapers. Vettel’s triumph around the streets of Monte Carlo extended his championship lead over Lewis Hamilton to 25 points, but the way he jumped his pole-sitting team-mate through the pit stops has led to suggestions Ferrari have already made the…

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Monaco GP: Lewis Hamilton struggles to understand poor qualifying

Lewis Hamilton said he was at a loss to explain why he could qualify only 14th on the grid for the Monaco Grand Prix. The Mercedes driver will start 13th after penalties for other drivers but faces major damage to his title hopes with rival Sebastian Vettel’s Ferrari on the front row. Asked to explain why he was so slow, Hamilton said: “I can’t at the moment. I did everything I could in the car. “It is going to…

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Raikkonen happy, but pole ‘guarantees nothing’

Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen says he will be taking nothing for granted in Sunday’s Monaco Grand Prix, despite admitting his delight at being on pole for the first time in almost a decade. I’m really happy for him because he deserves it - the champion is coming out Maurizio Arrivabene Raikkonen looked imperious throughout Saturday’s Monte Carlo qualifying, finishing less than a tenth of a second ahead of team mate Sebastian Vettel who will join him on the front row….

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