2020 Turkish GP

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Marko Admits Lewis Hamilton Did A Better Job Than Max Verstappen In 2020

German publication Motorsport-Total.com recently ranked all F1 drivers who competed in the 2020 season, with Lewis Hamilton coming first, ahead of Max Verstappen, Daniel Ricciardo and Sergio Perez. In an interview with the media outlet, Dr Helmut Marko, head of Red Bull’s driver programme, agreed that Lewis Hamilton was the best driver of 2020. READ:


Sergio Perez Ready To Take A Year Out If Not Offered Red Bull Seat

Sergio Perez put in an exceptional performance at the Turkish Grand Prix last weekend to cross the finish line in second position, beating both Ferrari drivers by a narrow margin. This podium finish moved Perez up to fourth in the Drivers’ Standings, but with just three races of the 2020 season to go, the highly


Lewis Hamilton Opens Up On Ferrari Contract Talks

Lewis Hamilton sealed his seventh F1 title last time out at Istanbul, and he has since revealed that he has mulled a move to Ferrari throughout his career. Speaking to Italy’s Gazzetta dello Sport newspaper, Hamilton said: “We talked on occasion but we didn’t go beyond understanding what options were on the table and they


Valtteri Bottas In Hot Water After Wuhan Bat Joke

Valterri Bottas had by far his worst race of the season last time out in Turkey, with him spinning over six times and finishing the grand prix well outside the points. And, with Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton winning the race, the Brit was declared champion of the 2020 season with three races to spare. READ:


Masi Responds To Sebastian Vettel’s Criticism Of Race Officials

Tensions have been on the rise between Sebastian Vettel and the FIA since cars unlapping themselves under the safety car at Imola saw Lance Stroll come within a metre of a marshal. After the race, Vettel said it was “embarrassing” that the timing could not just be adjusted and instead cars needed to complete an


Binotto Happy About Vettel’s Istanbul Podium Amid ‘Difficult’ Season

Ferrari had their strongest result of the season last time out at the Turkish Grand Prix, with the team’s outgoing driver, Sebastian Vettel, winning  his first podium of 2020 and Charles Leclerc finishing in P4. Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto wasn’t there to witness Vettel’s podium in the flesh as he recently announced he would

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