Lewis Hamilton Will Chase His Fifth F1 World Championship From Pole in the U.S. Grand Prix

Formula One may be making its one stop of the year in America this weekend, but there’s another red, white and blue flag that’s important to this particular U.S. Grand Prix: the one British F1 star Lewis Hamilton could wave to celebrate his fifth series title on Sunday. He’ll start first in pursuit of that title.

F1 Stand-In Brendon Hartley's Helmet Kept Trying To Twist Backwards On His Head

Toro Rosso stand-in driver Brendon Hartley can’t seem to catch a break in his first Formula One drive in five years. First, changes to the car’s power unit triggered enough grid penalties to move him to the rear of the field at the start of the race, NBC Sports reports. Worse yet, his helmet wouldn’t stay put during…

F1's Hamilton Doesn't Want The 'BS Surrounding The Topic' Of Kneeling During The Anthem To Drag Him Down

Three-time Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton told the press that he doesn’t have any plans to kneel during the anthem in protest of the oppression of black Americans, as many football players are doing this year. He also refuses to let the controversy surrounding the topic keep him from winning a fourth world…