I do not understand the virality of a man who dumps salt down his arm onto other people’s food. I just wanted to make this joke.
The international nightmare is over; the crisis has been solved. The Mercedes F1 team, whose newly crowned champion retired days after winning the Formula One title, will add Williams’ Valtteri Bottas to its lineup. Taking Bottas’ seat will be Felipe Massa, who retired from Williams less than two months ago.
You may or may not have heard, but Nico Rosberg was the 2016 Formula One World Champion. Not Lewis Hamilton. Nico Rosberg. So why is Hamilton on the cover of TIME magazine?
Lewis Hamilton’s last-ditch attempt to win the 2016 Formula One drivers’ title by driving like an overly cautious teenager entering a highway ramp in the Abu Dhabi season finale didn’t go over well, and three-time F1 champion Jackie Stewart called him a “little ballerina” who should be punished.
While I’m happy for Nico Rosberg as he gets to retire on a high note after finally winning a Formula One world drivers’ championship, I have to wonder what this means for excitement in the sport next year. Rosberg’s retirement ends the heated rivalry that’s defined the past few years of F1 and thus, signifies the end…
While everyone’s debating whether Lewis Hamilton was right to ignore his Mercedes team’s order to speed up at the end of yesterday’s season finale, I’ve come to the conclusion that F1's inherent team vs. driver conflict is something that will never truly make sense.
Let the Final Ultimate Mega-Super Battle of the Teammates commence! Lewis Hamilton’s really not letting the Formula One world drivers’ championship go without a fight. Hamilton laid down a pole-winning qualifying lap in Abu Dhabi, 0.303 seconds faster than his teammate and fellow title contender Nico Rosberg.
The Formula One Mexican Grand Prix on Sunday had a wild start, with reigning champion Lewis Hamilton locking it up into the first turn and cutting through the grass to the next one while keeping the lead. His teammate, Nico Rosberg, did the same thing and kept second. Maybe this is how they always win?
According to reports, two men robbed a member of Lewis Hamilton’s Mercedes AMG F1 team at gunpoint prior to this weekend’s Formula One Mexican Grand Prix. The robbery occurred while in stationary traffic on Wednesday, and the team member chose to remain in Mexico for the race weekend.
If we’re honest, Formula One races these days aren’t exactly a toss up. Without unforeseen circumstances, like, oh, the two Mercedes teammates wrecking each other on the first lap, one of them will likely win. I groan every race, hoping for things to be less predictable. So, I decided to how predictable things…
Lewis Hamilton wins off a pole position start, right ahead of teammate Nico Rosberg. Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo comes in third place, and shoe-drinking happens anyway. Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel comes in fourth. Those are the things that happened at the U.S. Grand Prix.
World’s fastest selfie enthusiast and three-time Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton just crushed the old qualifying lap record at Circuit of the Americas to win pole position for this weekend’s United States Grand Prix.
Three-time Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton recently came under fire for Snapchatting from a dull press conference. Instead of snapping his own pics today, he waited for a break to let Haas F1 driver Romain Grosjean take a far more obvious photo for him—right in front of some of his most vocal critics.
Most racing press conferences are pointless. Drivers rarely say anything more detailed than “our car feels really quick,” or “we have a five-place grid penalty, but we’re going to make the most of it.” We here at Jalopnik get bored of them, too! Here’s how we would handle the monotonous task of giving vague…
One of the characters in the upcoming Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare will be none other than three-time Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton. Because when I think of first-person shooter military action, I totally think of someone who probably spends more time on his hair than I do.
With Nico Rosberg winning the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix and Lewis Hamilton fighting back to third place, Mercedes finally got the constructors’ points they needed to reaffirm the fact that they have the best car on the grid for 2016. I’m shocked, I tell you. Shocked!
Upset that reporters at the Japanese Grand Prix wrote “disrespectful” stories about his bored Snapchats during a Thursday press conference, Lewis Hamilton decided he wasn’t going to answer their questions at a conference on Saturday. Then, without a single Snapchat to document it, he walked on out of there.
Formula 1's triple world champion Lewis Hamilton had to apologize for being a human being today, after he Snapchatted through a pointless, boring, dull, boring press conference before this weekend’s upcoming race.
Alert! Warning! This is not a drill! Something unexpected happened during a Formula One race! Lewis Hamilton retired from the lead of the race after his oh-so-reliable Mercedes power unit started belching big flames. Hamilton’s engine was blown, coming to a halt on lap 42 of 56.
If you haven’t heard, Nico Rosberg won today’s Formula One Singapore Grand Prix. But no one needed to tell you that, because you knew it would either be him or his teammate, Lewis Hamilton. The universe just won’t have it any other way!