Max Verstappen says his fiery Saudi Arabian Grand Prix battle with Lewis Hamilton was not what Formula 1 should be after collecting a penalty and tangling with his rival while trying to let him by.
Max Verstappen is under investigation for potential breaches of the rules following their collision in Jeddah. Hamilton said he didn’t understand why his rival slowed.
Lewis Hamilton won the inaugural Saudi Arabian Grand Prix and drew level with championship rival Max Verstappen with just one race left.
Championship leaders Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton are tied on points going into the final race of the 2021 season.
Lewis Hamilton won the 2021 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix for Mercedes ahead of Max Verstappen and Valtteri Bottas.
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Should Max Verstappen have been made to give up the lead of the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix after passing Lewis Hamilton off track at the restart?
The Saudi Arabian Grand Prix has been red-flagged on the 14th lap after a heavy crash for Mick Schumacher which caused damage to a barrier.
In previous years, Formula 1 has turned a blind eye to issues in countries it travels to but since 2020 its “unconscious” era seems to have ended.
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Nikita Mazepin said he is glad Lewis Hamilton faced no penalty for the incident between the pair in third practice after the pair swapped messages.
Toto Wolff says Mercedes were lucky to take pole for the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, believing Max Verstappen would have beaten them by half a second.
Turn one was the concern for Max Verstappen early in qualifying, as his team noted on the radio. But his bid for pole position ended 26 corners later.
Will passing be possible? How will stewards handle track limits? Here’s what we learned from the first Formula 2 races in Jeddah.
Max Verstappen is expected to avoid a five-place grid penalty as Red Bull do not believe his gearbox needs to be replaced.
Lewis Hamilton will start the Saudi Grand Prix from pole position after avoiding grid penalties following two incidents in practice. Why wasn’t he given a stiffer punishment?
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff says discussions will be held with new sponsor Kingspan on whether its logos should remain on their cars following the criticism prompted by news of their deal.
Sergio Perez says Formula 1 drivers are concerned about the dangers presented by the Jeddah Corniche Circuit, which will hold its first F1 race today.
Max Verstappen may have a five-place grid penalty after his qualifying crash but even that may not be enough to keep him from victory.