London, Oct. 20 : British Formula One race Lewis Hamilton gave his rivals an icy reception after his sizzling win in Shanghai Grand Prix.
The McLaren star blanked Ferrari duo Kimi Raikkonen and Felipe Massa.
But he was obviously annoyed by the criticism heaped on him by the Italian camp. They hugged on the podium but it was hardly a happy occasion with Massa standing there poker-faced.
Hamilton, 23, is seven points ahead of the Brazilian at the top of the drivers’ championship and could be crowned F1’s youngest king in Brazil in 13 days. Read more »
LOndon, Oct. 20 : Formula One ace Lewis Hamilton has thanked the almighty for his latest victory in the Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai on Saturday.
The British ace opened up a seven-point lead with just one grand prix left after crushing his rivals in Shanghai yesterday. Read more »
Shanghai - Championship leader Lewis Hamilton will start Sunday's Chinese Grand Prix in pole position after outpacing the two Ferraris of Kimi Raikkonen and Felipe Massa in Saturday's qualifying session.
The Briton, who is hoping to become the youngest-ever world champion, posted a time of 1 minute 36.303 seconds for the 5.451 kilometre-long track. Read more »
Shanghai - Lewis Hamilton, the standings leader in the Formula One world championship race, gave up the top spot Saturday in the third and final practice session ahead of the Chinese Grand Prix to Nick Heidfeld after dominating a day earlier. Read more »
Shanghai - Lewis Hamilton made a strong statement on Friday when he dominated free practice for the Chinese Formula One Grand Prix in which he can clinch the Formula One world title. Read more »
London, Oct 17 : British Formula One racing driver Lewis Hamilton has been warned to keep a calm on the track or he could kill someone.
Hamilton will get a rollocking from fellow drivers at their meeting in Shanghai this afternoon.
His rivals are furious over his first-corner antics in Japan last Sunday.
Red Bull’s Mark Webber fears a repeat of Italy in 2000, when a marshal was killed following a multi-car pile-up, unless Hamilton is more careful. Read more »
Shanghai - Lewis Hamilton, the leader in the Formula One world championship race, turned in the fastest time Friday in the first practice run ahead of the Chinese Grand Prix, finishing well ahead of his closest rival, Felipe Massa. Read more »
London, Oct. 15 : Formula One legend Sir Jackie Stewart has branded current favourite Lewis Hamilton as ‘arrogant’ and warned him that he will lose the drivers’ crown if he repeats last weekend’s first corner cock-up in Japan.
McLaren star Hamilton saw his world championship lead over Ferrari’s Felipe Massa cut to five points with two races left, after he was hit with a drive-through penalty for forcing Kimi Raikkonen off the track. Read more »
Shanghai - Lewis Hamilton heads into this weekend's Chinese Grand Prix with criticism of his performance in Japan still ringing in his ears.
The McLaren driver finished out of the points after receiving a drive-through penalty for the way he took the first corner in Sunday's race at the Fuji International Speedway and now leads closest rival Felipe Massa of Ferrari by just five points in the drivers' standings with just two races remaining.
"I'm only human and every now and then people make mistakes," the 23-year-old told his website. Read more »
Fuji, Japan - Lewis Hamilton looked to put the disappointment of finishing outside the points in a Japanese Grand Prix by focusing on this weekend's Chinese GP in Shanghai. Read more »