10/11/2016 F1 penalty controversy to race on in Brazil Nov.10 (GMM) The controversy about penalties in F1 will keep racing into this weekend's Brazilian grand prix.
After being verbally abused by Sebastian Vettel in Mexico, F1 race director […]
30/05/2017 Vettel on pole for 2017 title – Lauda May 30 (GMM) Niki Lauda has admitted Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel is now on pole position for the 2017 world championship.
Amid Lewis Hamilton's Monaco struggles, Vettel won in Monaco and […]
20/09/2017 Title hopes not over for Vettel – Hamilton Sep.20 (GMM) Lewis Hamilton says his championship rival Sebastian Vettel cannot be written off.
In Singapore, as he extended his winning streak to a hat-trick, Mercedes' Hamilton pulled […]
25/06/2018 Vettel penalty too lenient – Lauda Jun.25 (GMM) Niki Lauda thinks the FIA let Sebastian Vettel escape with a lenient penalty after a first lap crash at Paul Ricard.
Vettel and Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas collided at […]
27/08/2018 Hamilton wonders about ‘trick’ Ferrari Aug.27 (GMM) Lewis Hamilton ended Sunday's Belgian grand prix wondering if Ferrari had used technical "tricks" for victory.
The Mercedes driver started from pole, but was easily passed […]
25/05/2015 No heads to roll after Hamilton strategy howler May 25 (GMM) No heads will roll after the catastrophic team error that cost Lewis Hamilton an easy win in Monaco. But that doesn't mean an exhaustive post-race investigation, prompted […]
23/10/2017 Ferrari ‘easy to beat’ when emotional – Lauda Oct.23 (GMM) Ferrari is "easy to beat" when emotions are running high at the Italian team.
That is the view of Niki Lauda, a former Ferrari driver who is now the team chairman at the […]
11/09/2017 Ferrari ‘favourites’ for Singapore – Lauda Sep.11 (GMM) Niki Lauda has named Ferrari as the favourite to win this weekend's Singapore grand prix.
That is despite the fact Lewis Hamilton took over the championship lead at Monza […]
02/11/2016 Vettel off the hook after ‘profuse’ apologies Nov.2 (GMM) Sebastian Vettel is off the hook after making a series of apologies to Charlie Whiting and the FIA.
F1's governing body had been looking into the tirade of expletives blasted […]