Lewis Hamilton – a cheat, just like Schumacher

Mercedes have decided not to take action against Lewis Hamilton after the controversial end to the Formula One season. Hamilton ignored team orders during the season-closing Abu Dhabi Grand Prix as he looked to snatch the title from his team-mate Nico Rosberg. Toto Wolff, Mercedes’ head of motorsport , has confirmed there will be no punishment for Hamilton as he … [Read the full story]

Sebastian Vettel carries on where he left off

Reigning Formula One world champion Sebastian Vettel set the ball rolling on the second pre-season test in Barcelona. Vettel posted the fastest time on the first day of what will be eight days of testing at the Circuit de Catalunya – split into two blocks of four – before the curtain rises on the new … [Read the full story]

Lewis and Nicole split up

Lewis Hamilton and Nicole Scherzinger have split for good after four years together. F1 racing driver Lewis and stunning singer and US X Factor judge Nicole, who met at the MTV Awards in Munich in 2007, have called time on their relationship. They have parted before, in January this year, citing work issues — but … [Read the full story]

Hamilton admits poor form in 2011 F1 season

Ahead of the Korean Grand Prix, McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton admits he has not “been doing the job” and says it will take time for him to recover from what has been a difficult season. The 26-year-old has been involved in several controversial incidents and finished a distant fifth in last weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix, while … [Read the full story]

Webber takes pole at Nurburgring

Mark Webber secured back-to-back pole positions for the first time in 14 months to leave Red Bull team-mate Sebastian Vettel in the shade at the Nurburgring. The surprise is that Lewis Hamilton managed to split the Red Bull pair and will line up second for tomorrow’s German Grand Prix, the 26-year-old missing out on pole … [Read the full story]

‘Sebastian Vettel is beatable’, says Webber

Webber has said his Red Bull teammate Sebastian Vettel is beatable, even with four wins from five races in 2011, and says that he’s identified the weaknesses in the German wunderkind. “The first year together (in 2009) and this year he has an advantage,” Webber said. “Last year it was nip and tuck. “We knew every lap … [Read the full story]