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Lewis Hamilton in a ‘horrible situation’ after Italian Grand Prix

Jaguar Formula E driver, Sam Bird, has suggested that the Italian Grand Prix served as a reminder to Sir Lewis Hamilton that he was unfairly denied his eighth world title last year. Hamilton and Max Verstappen went into the season finale in 2021 level on points after a pulsating 21 rounds that had seen them


Max Verstappen jumps to defence of Michael Masi’s replacement

Despite having started seventh, Max Verstappen once again stormed to victory, this time at last weekend’s Italian Grand Prix. It was his first time standing on the top step at the ‘Temple of Speed’; however, as a result of winning at Monza he now leads Charles Leclerc by 116 points in the Drivers’ Championship. The


Christian Horner disagrees with Lewis Hamilton as he hits out at the FIA

Just as he did at the recent Belgian Grand Prix, reigning World Champion Max Verstappen once again recovered from a grid penalty to claim victory at the Italian Grand Prix for the first time in his Formula 1 career. The Dutchman made lightwork of his seventh place starting position and found himself in the actual


Lewis Hamilton criticised the FIA in unheard radio message

Max Verstappen claimed his fifth consecutive victory last weekend at the Italian Grand Prix, which was incredibly his first ever victory at the ‘Temple of Speed’. The Dutchman cruised across the line to an array of boos from the Tifosi, after the final six laps of the race at Monza were completed behind the Safety


Mattia Binotto hits out at ‘sleeping’ FIA, dismisses Abu Dhabi claim

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto left the Italian Grand Prix frustrated with how race director Niels Wittich dealt with Daniel Ricciardo’s late retirement, by seemingly following the rulebook to a tee. Ricciardo pulled off the circuit between the two Lesmos on Lap 47/53 to retire, with a Safety Car having been released to recover the Australian’s car.


Christian Horner defends FIA amid criticism

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner believes that the FIA are capable of fixing the problems that have been plaguing races so far in 2022. Last year was shrouded in controversy throughout as race director Michael Masi tried his best to keep the intense fight between Red Bull and Mercedes under control, but inconsistency was

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