One more Grand Prix win could see Max Verstappen eclipse Michael Schumacher and Sebastian Vettel to claim the most wins in a season.
Charles Leclerc took the pole as F1 world championship leader Max Verstappen was only eighth fastest at the Singapore Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen's 10th win matched his tally from last year and the Red Bull driver extended his championship lead to 109 points.
With rain predicted on the Race Day at Suzuka, it will mean Red Bull's Max Verstappen could win the F1 title for the second straight season running.
Mattia Binotto used the word when alluding to Yuki Tsunoda in an interview with Italy's La Gazzetta dello Sport last week.
His eighth win of the season pushed Max Verstappen's lead to 80 points over Charles Leclerc as F1 heads into its midseason break.
Max Verstappen finished seventh at the chaotic Singapore Formula One Grand Prix. This was also Sergio Perez’s second win of the season.
Sebastian Vettel won his four F1 titles from 2010-13 with the Red Bull team. His last race victory came with Ferrari in 2019.
Charle Leclerc's race ended on Lap 18 when he lost the rear of his car coming out of Turn 11, spinning 360 degrees before crashing into a tire wall.
Max Verstappen's Red Bull teammate Sergio Perez qualified third while Lewis Hamilton will start from fourth.
Meanwhile, Michael Schumacher’s former manager Willi Weber has accused the F1 champion’s family of telling him 'lies' regarding his condition.
Brazilian actor Gabriel Leone is set to join Adam Driver, Penelope Cruz and Shailene Woodley in the Michael Mann's directorial 'Ferrari'.
Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc was clearly stressed in the closing laps as his throttle was not working properly.
Max Verstappen now has 189 points in the overall standings and leads Sergio Perez by 38 points and Charles Leclerc by 44.
Carlos Sainz set the fastest time of 1 minute 40.983 seconds late in the third qualifying session, edging F1 champion Max Verstappen by just .072 seconds.
Carlos Sainz qualified third for Ferrari, while teammate Charles Leclerc didn’t bother taking his car out after the first group.
CEO Benedetto Vigna confirmed that the first electric car will be presented in 2025, with the first deliveries the following year
Reigning champion Max Verstappen extended his F1 championship lead by winning the Azerbaijan Grand Prix on Sunday, his fifth victory of the season.
Sergio Perez claimed his first win of the ongoing season and third in his career. He is now the most successful Mexican driver in F1.
Charles Leclerc was already atop the leaderboard when a crash by Sergio Perez stopped Monaco Grand Prix F1 qualifying.
Charles Leclerc won his fourth pole of the season and 13th of his career. Leclerc’s Ferrari teammate Carlos Sainz qualified at Spanish F1 Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc was driving a 1974 Ferrari, which was once piloted by former F1 champion Niki Lauda, in a demonstration run at 2022 Monaco GP.
The 23rd win of the Max Verstappen's career sliced eight points off Charles Leclerc’s lead in the standings. Verstappen now trails him by 19 points.
It's the first time Ferrari will lead the field in the USA since Michael Schumacher won the pole at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in 2006.
Max Verstappen will start first at the Emilia-Romagna Formula One Grand Prix. Seven-time world champion Lewis Hamilton will start 14th.
Subscribe to get complete access to Outlook Print and Digital Magazines, Web Exclusive stories and the Archive. Attractive gifts with each subscription.Check our Plans