2022 Belgian Grand Prix

Charles Leclerc refuses to divulge Ferrari problems after new TD

It’s difficult to believe that Charles Leclerc led the Drivers’ Championship by 46 points after the first three rounds of the season, and Max Verstappen wrapped up the 2022 title with four races to spare. After what was looking set to be such a promising season for Leclerc and Ferrari, it’s safe to say that


F1 boss: ‘Max is without doubt the benchmark’

Max Verstappen is certainly regarded very highly by some of the most elite figures in Formula 1, none more so than F1’s managing director Ross Brawn. Brawn is someone who knows exactly what they are talking about when it comes to exceptional drivers, having played an instrumental role in Michael Schumacher’s career at both Benetton


Lewis Hamilton on Fernando Alonso feud: ‘It’s not a thing for me’

Sir Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso appear to have buried the hatchet on their Belgian Grand Prix collision, after the duo spoke at the Dutch Grand Prix. Alonso labelled his 2007 McLaren F1 team-mate as an “idiot” who “only knows how to start from first” over his team radio, after the seven-time World Champion was at fault for the


When Marvel meets F1: Flyboarder races Formula 1 car

Fans at last weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix were treated to a fascinating site last weekend when a person on a flyboard raced down the Kemmel Straight. During Friday practice, the spectators got their first glimpse of the exquisite pace of the Formula 1 cars as they left the pits and headed through some of the


‘Just stupid’: Lewis Hamilton’s short-term memory called into question

Former Formula 1 driver, Christian Danner, was left wondering how Sir Lewis Hamilton did not see Fernando Alonso in his wing mirror on the opening lap of the Belgian Grand Prix. Alonso and Hamilton stared the race at Spa third and fourth, respectively, after Max Verstappen, Charles Leclerc and Esteban Ocon had all collected engine


Lewis Hamilton almost forced to miss 2022 Dutch Grand Prix due to 45G shunt

It’s been revealed that the aftermath of Sir Lewis Hamilton’s collision with Fernando Alonso on the opening lap of the Belgian Grand Prix measured a jaw-dropping 45G, leaving no surprise as to why the seven-time World Champion was afraid of breaking his back. Both Hamilton and Alonso made excellent starts at Spa-Francorchamps, with the former team-mates running second

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