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Aston Martin was at the centre of the paddock in Hungary, with news that its four-time World Champion Sebastian Vettel
Daniel Ricciardo may have announced his commitment to stay with McLaren in 2023, but Hungary ahead could be the most important race of his life in making that happen.
F1 is the world’s most exciting sport. Prototype cars that are built and engineered by the world’s brightest minds, lap the track, pulling up to 5G in corners and under braking.
Esteban Ocon heads home to Circuit Paul Ricard next week, for what is set to be the final Formula One event at the Marseille track.
Red Bull could still walk the 2022 Formula One World Championships, with the energy drinks squad winning seven of the first 10 races: a 180-degree turn on its early season struggles.
Lando Norris’ rise at McLaren has been almost silent, as the young Brit continues to outperform his impressive race-winning rival, Daniel Ricciardo
Aston Martin is yet to win in F1, but its driver Lance Stroll - the son of team owner Lawrence - is increasingly coming under fire for underperforming
2022 may mark Nicholas Latifi’s third season racing in Formula One, but also his first home race, with Canada returning to the calendar after a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19
The Monaco Grand Prix was out of reigning F1 World Champion Max Verstappen’s hands this year, with the Red Bull ace third at the flag, unable to get the most out of his RB18 all weekend
Aston Martin may be one of the most glamorous supercar marques on the planet, but it’s not been able to perform at such a high level in Formula One
Monaco is a must-win for Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc, with the pressure on for his dream victory at home this weekend - to keep his title hopes alive.
Miami was a clean weekend for Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz, the result he needed after two-straight retirements.
America is normally a special place for McLaren’s Daniel Ricciardo, but Miami was another disappointment.
Haas is no doubt proud to be racing in Miami this week, with the squad in front of its home crowd.
There’s no doubt that all of Italy is holding its breath, hoping Ferrari’s nightmare home race at Imola was just a one-off.
Reliability issues have destroyed Max Verstappen’s momentum, leaving the Dutchman’s title defense in tatters.
Sebastian Vettel’s return to the F1 grid, for his first race of the 2022 season, was a nightmare all weekend long with power unit issues, and crashes
Daniel Ricciardo’s return to Albert Park for his first Australian Grand Prix as a McLaren driver
Formula One’s thrilling new era regulations have shuffled the grid