Martin Brundle

Sky Sports co-commentator reacts to Hamilton receiving racist abuse

Former Formula 1 driver Martin Brundle has shown his support for Sir Lewis Hamilton after the seven-time champion was racially abused by Nelson Piquet. Piquet was analysing Hamilton’s crash with Max Verstappen in Silverstone last year when the pair collided sending the Dutchman into the wall on the opening lap. The Brazilian used a racist

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FIA warned that Hamilton and Mercedes are trying to ‘play them’

Former Formula 1 driver Martin Brundle does not believe Sir Lewis Hamilton will be forced to miss the Canadian Grand Prix this weekend because of his back troubles. The 37-year-old struggled to get out of his Mercedes on Sunday after he near-unbearable “porpoising” he had experienced throughout the weekend in Baku, and the bouncing caused

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Ex-F1 driver explains how Norris is ‘damaging’ Ricciardo at McLaren

Former Formula 1 driver Martin Brundle believes that the 2018 Azerbaijan Grand Prix was the turning point for Daniel Ricciardo that has ultimately led to the unravelling of his Formula 1 career. Ricciardo had been involved in an almighty battle with team-mate Verstappen for fifth place, and they spent multiple laps diving down the inside

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‘Two weeks’ until Monaco gets new deal despite criticism

Former Renault team principal Flavio Briatore is confident that Monaco will continue to have a place on the formula 1 calendar this year, and expects a deal to be done soon. F1 is beginning to branch out to new demographics, and the inclusion of races in Vegas and Miami are a telling sign that the

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Perez has every right to feel hard done by Red Bull team orders

Former Formula 1 driver Martin Brundle has said that he understood Red Bull’s decision to swap their drivers during the Spanish Grand Prix, but also says that Sergio Perez has every right to feel hard done by. Max Verstappen was running second ahead of fourth-placed Perez in Spain before a gust of wind caught the

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Alpine warned of Alonso’s frustration after ‘angry’ Miami Grand Prix

Fernando Alonso had an inaugural Miami Grand Prix to forget, following two late five-second time penalties. The Spaniard initially crossed the line at the Miami International Autodrome in eighth place, however, he was dropped to eleventh after the time penalties were applied. The first penalty was awarded to Alonso for an overambitious move on Pierre

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Ferrari warned Verstappen will be champion unless they address this weakness

Ferrari were left speechless in Florida despite finishing second and third at the Miami International Autodrome. Both Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz Jr had no answer to Max Verstappen’s pace, as the Dutchman claimed victory at the inaugural race in Miami. Ferrari locked-out the front row in qualifying after demonstrating strong lap-times on Saturday, however,

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