Lewis Hamilton wants a talk with Leclerc after Monza F1 incident

Lewis Hamilton, whose car was squeezed by Charles Leclercs Ferrari at Monza, claimed stewards had not followed the rules Lewis Hamilton has called for consistency in penalty decision-making in Formula One, after he felt Charles Leclerc had not obeyed the rules during his After a long inquiry Verstappens move and win were allowed to stand. I think since Austria it is clear you can go a bit further in the way we defend and overtake and the aggressiveness of us drivers, he said. I believe that Austria helped me to change this approach and today, its also thanks to this that I managed to win. It was obviously very on the limit but Im happy to race like this. Hamilton …

Max Verstappen wins thrilling German GP after Lewis Hamilton error

Max Verstappens Red Bull won the F1 German Grand Prix in treacherous wet conditions after Lewis Hamilton made an error while leading What was supposed to have been a homecoming celebration for Mercedes turned to ashen-faced defeat rarely experienced in their dominance of Formula One over the past five years. During that time the German team have stood astride the sport almost as deities but under foreboding, grey skies the team principal, Toto Wolff, was moved to apocalyptic imagery, describing it as an armageddon weekend. Red Bulls Max Verstappen took the win, as impressive and controlled a drive as the 21-year-old has delivered in his career, in treacherous conditions that caught out drivers far older and more experienced. He did …

My friend Niki Lauda was a street-fighter and a shining talent in F1 | John Watson

Niki changed peoples perceptions about motor racing, and his remarkable range of qualities will be sadly missed Niki Lauda and I raced both alongside and against one another and remained friends Original Article : HERE ; The Ultimate Survival Food: The Lost Ways

Will the W Series herald a new age for women in motor sport? | Giles Richards

Only two women have competed in F1 in its 69-year history. The radical W Series, which begins this weekend at Hockenheim, is hoping to change that and inspire a new generation Ninety years ago Eliska Junkova the queen of the steering wheel as she was known lit up motor racing. An exceptional talent, the Czech driver was an inspirational figure for women in the 1920s. This weekend 18 of her spiritual heirs will take to the grid for the inaugural round of the all-female W Series. They believe the championship will be equally groundbreaking, changing the landscape for women in a sport that has remained almost exclusively male-dominated since Junkovas time. The W Series, using single-make, single-seater F3 cars, will …