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‘I’ve Lost So Much Muscle’: Lewis Hamilton Reveals He Lost 4kg In COVID-19 Battle

Seven-time F1 World Champion Lewis Hamilton was recently voted the BBC’s 2020 Sports Personality of the Year, after another successful campaign with Mercedes. However, this season wasn’t without its challenges, with Hamilton contracting COVID-19 late in the season and subsequently being forced to miss the second grand prix in Bahrain. READ: Lewis Hamilton Warns Sergio


Red Bull More Likely To Sign Nico Hulkenberg Than Sergio Perez For 2021

Red Bull are leaning towards signing Nico Hulkenberg for the 2021 F1 season, Formula1News.co.uk understands. This comes amid heightened speculation that Sergio Perez is likely to partner Max Verstappen at the team next season. READ: George Russell Puts To Bed Speculation He’ll Drive For Mercedes In 2021 It was previously reported that Max Verstappen is


Romain Grosjean Won’t Race In Formula One Again After Fiery Crash

Romain Grosjean has announced that he will not take part in the season finale at Abu Dhabi next weekend, which was also set to be his final race with the Haas F1 Team and probably his last ever Formula One grand prix. Grosjean described it as “one of the hardest decisions” of his life, but


Will Mick Schumacher Make His F1 Debut At Abu Dhabi GP?

It was announced this week that Mick Schumacher will be driving for the Haas F1 Team alongside Nikita Mazepin in 2021. But, with Romain Grosjean suffering a fiery crash last weekend and missing the Sakhir GP due to the injuries he sustained, it has been speculated that Schumacher could make his F1 debut at this


‘I Don’t Have To Ask Anyone’: Steiner Fires Back At ‘Angry’ Deletraz

Romain Grosjean’s horror crash at the Bahrain Grand Prix last weekend paved the way for Pietro Fittipaldi to make his F1 debut at the Sakhir GP. However, the Haas F1 Team’s decision to run Fittipaldi as Grosjean’s replacement instead of Louis Deletraz, another reserve driver that the American racing outfit could have called upon, left


Daniel Ricciardo Should Retire If He Can’t Accept F1 Danger – Jones

Daniel Ricciardo hit out at Formula One for being insensitive and accused the sport of “playing with all our emotions” after replays of Roman Grosjean’s horror crash at the Bahrain Grand Prix were broadcast on the world feed. Speaking to Ziggo Sport, the Renault driver said: “I want to express my disgust and disappointment with

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