The duo, who have won the drivers’ title in six out the last seven seasons, are locked on 43 points each on top of the standings ...
Lewis Hamilton powered to victory in a chaotic Chinese Grand Prix, taking swift revenge for his defeat by Sebastian Vettel in the F1 season-opener.
Hamilton’s fastest lap in Shanghai bettered Michael Schumacher’s 2004 time by over half a second.
Fernando Alonso isn't ready to swap his McLaren for a supermarket trolley yet, despite a troubled start to the season.
Sebastian Vettel has warned against tinkering with the sport to make it more fan-friendly under its new owner.
On paper Lewis Hamilton is still the man to beat at this weekend's Grand Prix, or has the tide really turned in 2017?
Vettel's victory in Formula Australia has put Mercedes on red alert ahead of this Sunday's Chinese Grand Prix but
Sunday's Chinese GP will expose the McLaren-Honda weaknesses more starkly than last month's season-opener, Boullier says.