Ferrari Off to Best Start to Formula 1 Season in 9 Years

When Sebastian Vettel crossed the finish line first on Sunday night in Bahrain, it marked the best start for Ferrari in nine seasons. The win in Bahrain was Vettel’s third all-time victory in the desert, and 44th of his Formula One career. But, it was also his second of the season, as the German also won the season opening race in Australia too. Two wins in three tries for the Ferrari driver, marks the first time that Ferrari has won two of the first three races in an F1 season…

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Lewis Hamilton Dominates Chinese Grand Prix

This weekend in China was about as perfect as a weekend that Lewis Hamilton could have asked for. Hamilton, qualified his No. 44 Mercedes on the pole for today’s race, then backed that up with leading flag-to-flag en route to his 54th career Formula One victory. With his win, he’s now tied a top the F1 standings with Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel. The race began on a damp but rapidly drying track, with everyone bar Toro Rosso’s Carlos Sainz on intermediate tires. Sainz quickly rued that gamble, spinning off on Lap…

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Japan a Welcome Sight for Struggling Vettel

It’s no secret, Sebastian Vettel is as frustrated as he’s ever been before. Vettel, enters this weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix with just one podium finish in his last eight starts. He’s had contact and issues several times on the opening lap of races and hasn’t been a factor to win really anywhere yet in 2016. With that being said, that makes this weekend’s race look ever so beautiful to the Ferrari driver. Japan is a welcome sight to Vettel and one he hopes can propel him to a better end…

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Can Rosberg or Vettel Give German Fans Something to Cheer About This Weekend?

There’s no doubt about it, it has been a rough last couple of weeks in Germany. Multiple terror attacks have occurred in the country, as everyone is wanting to get have a good distraction away from that. That’s where this weekend’s Formula 1 return to Hockenheim could give Germans something to cheer about. Last year, there was no German Grand Prix as the race was left off the schedule. But, the logistics have since been worked out and the series will be back this weekend. With that being said, can the…

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Hamilton the Favorite, But Canadian Grand Prix Still Wide Open

Lewis Hamilton has to be by far the odds on favorite to win Sunday’s Canadian Grand Prix. He just earned his fifth career pole at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve and was quickest in both Formula One practices on Friday and fifth this morning. He’s also won the last F1 race on the season in Monaco and is the defending race winner in the Canadian Grand Prix. But, he’s never won two Canadian Grand Prix’s in-a-row as he usually struggles in the race the next year following a win in Montreal. If…

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Strong Race Weekend So Far Gives Sebastian Vettel Hope for Canadian Grand Prix

Its been a taxing season already for Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel. The German driver has had two DNFs in six races this year. Luckily, he’s had four top fours in the remaining races with a third in Australia, a second in China, a third in Spain and a fourth in the last race in Monaco. But, for a driver that became accustomed to winning, the lack of wins is taking a toll on the four-time world champion. From 2009-2013, Vettel won 38 Grand Prix’s, but the last two years, he has…

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Ferrari Drivers Vettel, Raikkonen Believe Results Will Come

The Formula One drivers head to North America for the first time this season, as one team is hoping they can turn the corner sooner rather than later. Both Ferrari drivers Kimi Raikkonen and his teammate Sebastian Vettel think they can be competitive as soon as this weekend’s Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal, as both know the results will soon follow.

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