As if Formula One’s prohibition on radio instructions wasn’t unpopular enough already, a penalty for violating that radio ban was given to one of the series’ most beloved drivers at the Hungarian Grand Prix: Jenson Button. That was the end of that ban. Today, the F1 Strategy Group voted to kill off the ban for good. Read more...
The 12th round of the 2016 Formula One season will take place at this weekend's German Grand Prix at the Hockenheim circuit, where Nico Rosberg will need to halt the slide. The German established a 43-point advantage over Lewis Hamilton...Show More Summary
Just two months ago, a winless Lewis Hamilton was 43 points behind Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg in the Formula One drivers' standings. After securing his fifth victory in six races in Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix, however, the British...Show More Summary
Mercedes AMG’s Lewis Hamilton is now in the lead of the 2016 Formula One World Championship after an impressive run during Sunday’s Hungarian Grand Prix. It’s the first time this year that the reigning championship has been in the lead, though his teammate Nico Rosberg isn’t far behind and there’s still plenty of...
Lewis Hamilton claimed his fifth victory of the 2016 Formula One season in Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix at the Hungaroring. After winning four of the previous five races, the three-time world champion was unfortunate to miss out on pole position after yellow flags appeared at the end of qualifying, gifting the No. Show More Summary
Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton won the Hungarian Grand Prix for a record fifth time on Sunday to take the championship lead from teammate Nico Rosberg, who finished second. Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo was third, followed by Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel and Max Verstappen of Red Bull. Hamilton...
Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton leads the Formula One driver standings for the first time in 2016, as he raced to victory at the Hungarian Grand Prix on Sunday. The world champion overtook pole-sitter Nico Rosberg, who came home in second, off the line and was able to maintain a comfortable distance to his team-mate. Show More Summary
Conditions were so nasty at the Hungaroring yesterday that 11 drivers of the 22-car Formula One Hungarian Grand Prix field set qualifying times slower than 107% the time of Rosberg’s leading 1:33.302 lap, reports Racer. Under F1's 107% rule, anyone who qualifies that slowly gets pulled from the race. Read more...
In response to a rules breach by Nico Rosberg and his team at the British Grand Prix, Formula One did the least logical thing they could—make even more rules, which four-time champion Sebastian Vettel reportedly called “bullshit.” For the sake of foul language in the cockpit, let’s hope he didn’t say it on the radio. Read more...
As the formula one calendar reaches its half way stage - BBC Sports Tom Clarkson and Jack Nicholls preview the Hungary Grand Prix.
There were few surprises building up to the 2016 Formula One Hungarian Grand Prix after Lewis Hamilton finished fastest at the end of Friday's first practice session with a lap time of one minute, 21.347 seconds. Nico Rosberg was just...Show More Summary
The Hungarian Grand Prix outside Budapest is the beginning of the third set of back-to-back race weekends on the Formula One calendar leading up to the traditional summer break in August. After Canada and Azerbaijan, the teams had aShow More Summary
Formula 1 arrives in Hungary with just one point separating Mercedes team-mates and championship rivals Nico Rosberg and Lewis…
The 11th round of the 2016 Formula One season will take place at this weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix in Budapest, where Max Verstappen will stand a chance of claiming his second victory of the year. After exceeding expectations in the...Show More Summary
Formula One could be set to return to Imola for the first time in 11 years next season, with the circuit signing a contract to host the 2017 Italian Grand Prix. After much debate surrounding the future of F1 in Italy and the troubled...Show More Summary
Formula One, it seems, is the only professional sport where it is not acceptable for fans to express themselves with boos. After last Sunday's British Grand Prix, some fans jeered Nico Rosberg during the podium celebrations, presumably...Show More Summary
Nico Rosberg became the first Formula One driver to be punished for breaking Formula One's 2016 team radio restrictions in the aftermath of Sunday's British Grand Prix. The German was catching Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton in the...Show More Summary
Home and away fixtures are non-existent in Formula One, but Lewis Hamilton managed to turn the Silverstone circuit into a fortress during the British Grand Prix weekend. Having previously won at the circuit in 2008, 2014 and 2015, the...Show More Summary
After experimenting with standing starts in 2013 and 2014, IndyCar reverted exclusively to safer rolling starts in 2015. Formula One, in contrast, has always used standing starts. That said, there have been a handful of exceptions—including...Show More Summary
Lewis Hamilton claimed his fourth victory of the 2016 Formula One season in Sunday's British Grand Prix at Silverstone. Having claimed his sixth pole position of the year in qualifying, the three-time world champion was untroubled at...Show More Summary