Yesterday, the Motorsport World Council approved the provisional calendar for the 2018 Formula One season. The Championship will include 21 races with Germany and France returning back.
After a thrilling qualifying session, Lewis Hamilton was left “speechless” when he was presented with a crash helmet worn by his childhood hero Ayrton Senna after equalling the F1 legend’s 65 poles at the Canadian GP. Title rival Sebastian Vettel will start the 2017 Canadian Grand Prix from P2. (Photo source: skysports.com)
For the first time in twenty years, the new Formula One owners show an insight into a driver’s briefing. The footage shows the meeting being held during the Monaco Grand Prix two weeks ago. (Photo source: Formula One Twitter Account)
The first practice session was won by Lewis Hamilton ( Mercedes), closely followed by Sebastian Vettel ( Scuderia Ferrari). In the second session, Ferrari was ahead again. Kimi Räikkönen set a 1:12:935. (Photo source: maxf1.net)
Six years after his serious accident during the Italian rally “Ronde di Andora” in February 2011, the Pole tested a Renault F1 car (E20) from 2012 at Valencia today. (photo source: Renault F1 Team)
The German celebrates his third win of this 2017 season and extends his World Championship lead causing hot discussions throughout social networks whether the Scuderia Ferrari favored his victory with a hidden team order. Title rival Lewis Hamilton finishes 7th. (Photo source: lesvoitures.fr)
The 35-year-old Spaniard had to stop his car in the last quarter of the famous Indianapolis 500 race due to an engine failure. Former Formula 1 driver Takuma Sato takes the win. ( Photo source: Chris Owens/ automobilemag.com )
Ferrari tops the last practice with Sebastian Vettel being top candidate for claiming pole position in qualifying today. Valtteri Bottas on and Lewis Hamilton on P3 and P5 respectively. (Photo source: f1fanatic.co.uk )