ESPN/ABC To Have Extended Coverage Of United States Grand Prix

he Formula One World Championship will make its only appearance of the year in the United States this weekend and ESPN and ABC will surround Sunday’s Formula 1 Pirelli United States Grand Prix with reports on SportsCenter, Good Morning America Weekend and on ESPN digital platforms. ABC will televise the race on Sunday, Oct. 21, at 1:30 p.m. ET from Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas. The telecast will begin with the On the Gridpre-race show with the race’s start shortly after 2 p.m. Qualifying and all three practice sessions will air on…

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Hamilton On The Verge Of F1 Championship In USA

Lewis Hamilton is likely on his way to his fifth Formula One championship. If he doesn’t claim the 2018 title, it would have been due to a catastrophic failure on his and Mercedes’ end. Currently, there are only four races remaining in the season, Hamilton holds a 67 point lead. In order for Sebastian Vettel to make his way back into the championship hunt, Hamilton needs to have some bad luck. Well, lets see how likely that is. Out of the 17 races run in 2018, Hamilton has just one…

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Vettel’s Went From 8 Points Up To 67 Points Down Over Last 7 Races

Two months ago, Sebastian Vettel looked well on his way to winning his fifth career Formula One championship. He held an eight point lead over Lewis Hamilton in the standings and coming off of a win in Hamilton’s home race of the British Grand Prix. At that point of the year, Vettel had four wins and six podiums through the first 10 races. The Ferrari’s had more speed in them than the Mercedes’. Then, the fall out started happening. Over the last seven races, Vettel has one win and just…

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Hamilton Dominates Japanese Grand Prix, While Vettel and Verstappen Clash

Lewis Hamilton had about as perfect of a weekend as one could have in Japan. The Mercedes driver was fastest in all three practice sessions, qualified on the pole and led flag to flag en route to his 71st career Formula One win and ninth of the season. It was also his 50th with Mercedes, second most ever with a single team in F1 history. Michael Schumacher had 72 wins with Ferrari. Hamilton, was flawless all weekend in his No. 44 Mercedes and takes a 67 point lead into the…

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Toro Rosso Strong In Quals, Ricciardo Has Another Renault Failure

Just in time for their home race, Honda added a major upgrade to their power units for this weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix. That in turn added increased pressure for the Toro Rosso team as they said this past week that they expected to make Q3 in Saturday’s qualifying session. Honda wanted a strong on track presence in their home race at Suzuka and Toro Rosso had to deliver. They did so too. 

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Hamilton Secures 80th Career F1 Pole While Ferrari Makes Wrong Tire Choice In Q3

Lewis Hamilton enters Sunday’s Japanese Grand Prix with a 50 point advantage over Sebastian Vettel in the Formula One points standings. He’s also won the last three races on the season and hasn’t finished worse than second since July 1. On top of that, Hamilton has won three of the last four years on the 3.608-mile Suzuka track. Now, he will start on the pole in his No. 44 Mercedes.

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Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes Once Again Drivers To Beat This Weekend In Japan

Lewis Hamilton is well on his way to earning his fourth straight victory in Formula One competition. Hamilton, was fastest in all three practice sessions around the 3.608-mile Suzuka circuit in Japan this weekend and is showing that he’s the class of the field. He also earned the pole for Sunday’s race as well. Hamilton, enters this weekend with a 50 point advantage over Sebastian Vettel in the points standings and hasn’t finished worse than second since July 1. 

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Force India, Magnussen Strong Sleepers For Sunday’s Russian Grand Prix

We all know that if Sunday’s Russian Grand Prix rolls off without a hitch, then one of the two Mercedes drivers likely lands the victory. They’ve won all four races in Sochi since 2014 and has locked out the front row. Good luck going against them? But, throw in Red Bull’s misery overall in Russia and grid penalties, I don’t think either driver lands in the top five on Sunday. That opens the door for some new drivers. 

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Mercedes Duo Obviously The Favorites, Predicting Overall Top 5 Finishers For Sunday’s Russian Grand Prix

The Mercedes duo of Valtteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton are leaps and bounds better than everyone else in Sochi this weekend. They locked out the front row and were 1-2 in each of the final two practice sessions too. Oh, on top of that, they’ve never lost a race in the Russian Grand Prix. Yes, they’re 4-0 since 2014. 

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Bottas Earns Russian Grand Prix Pole, Team Orders Will Be Difficult Now too

Valtteri Bottas has never been outqualified by a teammate in Sochi. That didn’t change on Saturday. Yes, Bottas topped current Formula One points leader Lewis Hamilton in qualifying for Sunday’s Russian Grand Prix earning his sixth career pole. Bottas, topped Hamilton by just 0.145-seconds in Q3, turning a blazing hot lap of 1:31.387-seconds in his No. 77 Mercedes to earn his second pole of the season. Hamilton, circled the track with a time of 1:31.532-seconds in his No. 44 Mercedes, giving Mercedes a front row lockout. 

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