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Confident Hamilton insists Mercedes will dominate 2016

Confident Hamilton insists Mercedes will dominate 2016

Johannesburg, Jan.12 : World Champion Lewis Hamilton has said that Mercedes will continue to dominate the Formula One season in 2016.

The 30-year-old triple world champion said that his team has a stronger foundation and that they would continue to show their strength in this year as well, Sport24 reported.

Reflecting on his 2015 season, Hamilton said that he remained at a peak for a long time before having three average performances at the end.

Hamilton, who won 10 races in the previous season, said that he drove quite well throughout the year and didn't make any mistake.

Hamilton brands Rosberg as `whining` teammate

Lewis Hamilton

London, Dec.04 - Newly crowned three-time world champion Lewis Hamilton has described his Mercedes teammate as a whinger and insisted that their rivalry wasn't causing any problems to their Formula One team.

Earlier, Mercedes boss Toto Wolff had admitted that he would have to change their driver line-up if the troubled relationship between the duo starts to affect the team's results.

Hamilton said that Rosberg complains about a lot of things, pointing that it could be because of their different backgrounds, the Mirror reported.

Rosberg ends season on high, wins Abu Dhabi GP

Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton

Johannesburg, Nov.29 - Nico Rosberg ended the 2015 season on a high, defeating Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton to complete a hat-trick of victories in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

The 30-year-old made a perfect start from his sixth successive pole position and was in control all the way, Sport24 reported.

For the German, it was the first success at the Yas Marina circuit where Hamilton beat him in 2014 to take his second title.

Rosberg pips Hamilton in final practice for Abu Dhabi GP

Lewis Hamilton

Johannesburg, Nov. 28 - Nico Rosberg emerged as the fastest driver in the final practice session ahead of this weekend's season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on Saturday.

The German, who won back-to-back races in Mexico and Brazil, finished 0.281 seconds ahead of newly-crowned three-time world champion Lewis Hamilton, Sport24 reported.

Four-time champion Sebastian Vettel finished third ahead of Mexican Sergio Perez of Force India. (ANI)

Hamilton to race in Brazilian GP despite Monaco crash

Hamilton to race in Brazilian GP despite Monaco crash

Melbourne, Nov. 12 : Reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton has said that he will race in this weekend's Brazilian Grand Prix despite his road accident in Monaco.

He said that he made contact with a stationary vehicle, but no one was hurt, news.com.au reported.

Speaking on the speculation that he could miss this weekend's race, Hamilton, who was suffering from fever and met with an accident, said he is feeling better now and is looking forward to the Brazil GP.

Hamilton denies disrespecting F1 legend Schumacher

Lewis Hamilton

Melbourne, Nov. 8 - New triple world champion Lewis Hamilton has denied claims of disrespecting Michael Schumacher, insisting that he is an admirer of the Formula One legend and holds him in the highest regard.

Hamilton took to his Instagram account to urge his fans not to believe the story and said that he grew up watching the German from the early days through to his seventh title, News. com. au reported.

Rosberg tops Mexican GP second practice

Nico Rosberg

Johannesburg, Oct.31 - Mercedes' Nico Rosberg emerged as the fastest driver at the second practice session for this weekend's Mexican Grand Prix on Saturday.

Rosberg, who failed to stop his Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton from clinching his third world title at the US Grand Prix, was 0.430 seconds quicker than the Russian rival Kvyat.

Meanwhile, Australian Daniel Ricciardo finished third ahead of Mercedes' Lewis Hamiltion, Sport24 reported.

Four-time champion Sebastian Vettel and his Ferrari team-mate Kimi Raikkonen finished at fourth and fifth place respectively.

Hamilton wins third F1 world championship at US GP

Hamilton wins third F1 world championship at US GP

Johannesburg, Oct. 26 - Reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton has sealed his third Formula One world championship by cruising to a commanding victory at thrilling US Grand Prix.

With his win, Hamilton became the first British driver to win back to back races and the first to win ten or more races in consecutive seasons, Sport24 reported.

The 30 year old Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg finished second ahead of Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel, who finished third by just 0.5 seconds. (ANI)

Hamilton's F1 title chances boosted by Vettel's grid penalty

Lewis Hamilton

London, Oct.23 - Lewis Hamilton received a major boost in pursuit of his third Formula One world championship title after his nearest rival Sebastian Vettel was handed a 10-race grid penalty for Sunday's US Grand Prix.

Hamilton, the reigning world champion, currently leads the drivers' championship standing by 66 points and has to beat Ferrari's Vettel by only nine points to defend the title.

However, Ferrari was penalised for introducing a fifth engine in a bid to challenge Mercedes' supremacy in the next season.

`Bored` Hamilton insists organisers to change F1 format

Lewis Hamilton

Melbourne, Oct. 18 - Reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton has described last week's Russian Grand Prix practice sessions as `boring` and urged the organisers to bring some change in the Formula One race weekend format.

Earlier this summer, Federation Internationale de l'Automobile ( FIA) had announced that they would bring several exciting and innovative changes in the race weekend format, news.com.au reported.

Expressing his views, Hamilton insisted that it was high time that the format should change as it had been the same since nine years.

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