Mercedes AMG Petronas British driver Lewis Hamilton took his third pole of the season at the Shanghai International Circuit on Saturday, overcoming rainy conditions and beating out Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo by just over a half a second in the Chinese Grand Prix. [ more › ]
Racing fans can watch the Chinese Grand Prix live online and see if Lewis Hamilton can follow up his record-setting pole victory with a win in the race. Hamilton broke the record for most poles won by a British driver in Formula 1, his 34th, as he set himself up in the prime position in
In an effort to celebrate the release of Rush on Sky Store, theTVaddict.com is teaming up with one of the UK’s leading entertainment portals to offer readers the opportunity to win a VIP trip to the British Grand Prix. All you need to do is rent Ron Howard’s Rush from Sky Store between January 27thRead More
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Racing fans in the UK have been clamoring for the British Grand Prix to move from Silverstone into London proper for years, and that's almost what they'll get in June 2015 when the nascent Formula E series will race around their streets. Show More Summary
Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg is targeting another podium finish in Abu Dhabi this coming weekend, fresh off the back of his success in India and his first top-three result since his British Grand Prix win in June.
British racing driver Lewis Hamilton believes fans are losing out amid Sebastian Vettel's dominance, claiming a lot of viewers will have fallen asleep during Sunday's Korean Grand Prix, per the Mirror's Byron Young. Mercedes driver Hamilton,...Show More Summary
Not long after British Grand Prix World Champion Jenson Button showed up in a commercial doing awkward yoga for Mobil One, he’s now showing up a slightly more suave role for Johnnie Walker. What’s a professional driver doing promoting a whisky producer you may ask? Well, the whisky-maker’s #ImNOTdriving Twitter campaign (which you’ll see at […]
MotoGP championship leader Marc Márquez will not have to undergo surgery following his crash during last weekend’s warm-up session for the British Grand Prix. The news was revealed after further tests were conducted by Dr Xavier Mir at the Spanish rider’s Barcelona hospital.
Silverstone officials have announced that a record-breaking 73,456 fans attended Sunday's British Grand Prix, won by reigning World Champion Jorge Lorenzo.
Jorge Lorenzo was won the British Grand Prix, the Yamaha rider prevailing in a race-long battle with Marc Márquez to take his first win in four months by as little as eight hundredths of a second. Dani Pedrosa claimed third to round out the podium.
Marc Márquez has been passed fit to take part in this afternoon’s British Grand Prix at Silverstone, with the Spaniard recovering sufficiently from a dislocated shoulder sustained during the warm-up.
Repsol Honda rider Marc Márquez suffered a dislocated shoulder during his crash in Sunday’s final warm-up session for the British Grand Prix, it has been confirmed.
Marc Márquez rose back to the top of the timesheets in this morning’s warm-up session for the British Grand Prix, posting a lap of 2:02.531 to eclipse Jorge Lorenzo and the Ducati of Nicky Hayden.
Marc Márquez claimed pole position at the end of a pulsating qualifying session for Sunday's British Grand Prix, the Repsol Honda rider smashing the previous circuit record by one and a half seconds with a time of 2:00.691. Yamaha’s Jorge Lorenzo was 0.128s further back in second, with home favourite Cal Crutchlow completing the front row.
Jorge Lorenzo went quickest in the final practice session ahead of qualifying for the British Grand Prix, the Spaniard posting a 2:02.049 to edge out Dani Pedrosa and Stefan Bradl.
Marc Márquez topped Saturday’s morning practice session for the British Grand Prix, clocking a time of 2:02.485 to move one tenth of a second ahead of Friday pacesetter Jorge Lorenzo. LCR's Stefan Bradl managed third.
Repsol Honda rider Marc Márquez set the pace in the opening free practice session for the British Grand Prix on Friday morning. The Spaniard's best time of 2:03.816 put him 0.219 seconds clear of Jorge Lorenzo, with home favourite Cal Crutchlow third.
Karel Abraham has elected not to take part in this weekend’s British Grand Prix, in order to fully recover from the injuries he sustained during a violent high-side crash in Indianapolis two weekends ago.
Marc Márquez is approaching this weekend's British Grand Prix at Silverstone in a buoyant mood, the Repsol Honda rider having claimed victory in the past four races.