Mika Häkkinen

Double F1 champion on Lewis Hamilton joining Ferrari

Mika Hakkinen, a two-time Formula 1 World Champion, has raised concerns about Lewis Hamilton’s level of focus on racing.  With Hamilton entering his 17th year in the sport and holding numerous records, including the most wins, podiums, and pole positions, there have been suggestions that his commitment to Formula 1 may be waning.  The lack


Hamilton warned he could find 2022 ‘really hard to accept’

Double Formula 1 world champion Mika Hakkinen has warned that Sir Lewis Hamilton may be deterred by the new regulations in 2022, and maintains that there is still a possibility that the 37-year-old may retire following the controversial end to 2021. Hamilton and Mercedes were left disgruntled at the end of last season after race

Michael Schumacher in 2012.v1

Two Michael Schumacher cars set for auction

Two cars associated with seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher are set to be auctioned off next week. Schumacher’s illustrious career started at the Jordan team in 1991, when he was fielded in to replace Bertrand Gachot, who had been jailed for 18-months after assaulting a Taxi driver. Schumacher made his debut at the Belgian Grand

Valtteri Bottas and girlfriend Tiffany Cromwell in 2021.v1

There was ‘always a locked door waiting’ for Bottas at Mercedes

Former Formula 1 driver Mika Hakkinen has expressed his sympathy with compatriot Valtteri Bottas’ difficult stint at Mercedes, but is glad the 32-year-old now has a team where he is “trusted.” Bottas spent five years racing for Mercedes alongside Sir Lewis Hamilton, with him joining in 2017 to replace Nico Rosberg who had just retired