It’s time for Formula One to take a mid-season break, with almost a month separating last weekend’s Hungarian Grand Prix and their next race in Belgium. What’s Lewis Hamilton doing? Making sweet catches mid-air while doing sick jumps into the lake, that’s what.
Never mind the random act of hat, or the shirt that may have been borrowed from James May. Formula One driver and SUPPPOSED English gentleman Lewis Hamilton ran afoul of the Royal Box dress code at Wimbledon, causing him to miss the final. The violation? No jacket, tie and shoes that were to the code’s standards.
Mercedes Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg timed their dual wipe-out just right during this morning’s qualifying session for the Austrian Grand Prix. Both drivers went off at the end of the third and final qualifying session after driving to P1 and P2 starting positions, respectively.
One thing that was made clear when Formula One banned teams from relaying certain kinds of information to their drivers was that comparative information about a teammate was not to be shared. “Lewis, Nico is safe on fuel—safe on fuel—but a little bit more critical on brakes,” seems like it might bend this rule, no? »
Lewis Hamilton seems to have monumentally bad luck with the tires on his Mercedes Formula One car lately. He went out on intermediates (as opposed to full wet tires) on a completely inundated Montreal track during Free Practice 2 and predictably hydroplaned into a wall. Oops.
When Autosport asked “What the hell happened there?” in regards to Lewis Hamilton’s pit stop snafu at Monaco, Mercedes Formula One team boss Toto Wolff shed some light on what makes timing at Monaco more difficult to calculate than it is at other tracks. Now we know more on how that call was botched.
Everyone figured the Monaco Grand Prix was decided before the race was even halfway over with Mercedes Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton making short work of increasing the gap on teammate Nico Rosberg. Not so. Here’s how Hamilton lost his first-place finish in one pit stop.
How balls-out crazy is the Monaco Grand Prix, exactly? This ride along on Lewis Hamilton’s Mercedes for his pole position-winning lap will show you just how absurdly close all the Formula One cars this weekend have to get to the walls to put down a fast lap of the impossibly narrow, windy street circuit. »
In a semi-stunning upset, Nico Rosberg defeated Lewis Hamilton for pole position by 0.267 seconds at the Spanish Grand Prix. This is the first time this season that Hamilton was beaten in qualifying. »
The latest calls for Lewis Hamilton to be banned from China over spraying a Formula One grid girl just serve as more proof that you should never, ever listen to anything printed in the Daily Mail. Out of the billions of social issues to raise about the Chinese Grand Prix, Hammy's champagne simply isn't one. »
Mercedes Formula One driver Nico Rosberg claims that teammate Lewis Hamilton slowed him down during the Chinese Grand Prix. Hamilton was instructed to pick up the pace, but claims he had to manage his tires, saying "it's not my job to look after Nico's race." The Hatfields and McCoys have nothing on these two. »
The continuing horror that is Formula One World Champion Lewis Hamilton’s music career: he has forced Drake, Pharrell, and Timbaland to listen to his upcoming song about his ex-girlfriend Nicole Scherzinger. »
Things are going great for Lewis Hamilton these days, thanks for asking! He won last year’s Formula One driver’s championship in what was unquestionably the most dominant car on the field, and he’s off to a great start in 2015 after last weekend’s win at the Australian Grand Prix. How does the Mercedes driver… »
Listen. Men, I am here to set the record straight on this: fedoras are never okay. Nor are closely-related hats such as the trilby. No. Unless you are in the 1930s or heading to a theme party in full period-appropriate costume, just say no to the fedora. »