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After a brief break, Formula 1 returns this weekend with the German GP where once again Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton will lock horns in the title race.
Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull are in a league of their own in Formula 1, so who would be leading the World Championship if the top three weren’t involved?
Mercedes turn both Jekyll and Hyde, Red Bull and Toro Rosso form the Spice Boys, and there was a football match on don’t you know?
Ferrari and Vettel steal Hamilton’s thunder, Mercedes make some dubious claims, Ocon makes a statement, bad luck stalks Bottas again and Haas, well, Haas are Haas again…
I don’t follow the off-track soap opera of F1 as closely as many do but one thing I do know: no-one loves Lewis.
Who finished Formula 1’s first-ever triple header with a flourish and who needs to improve heading into the second half of the season ?
The championship lead has changed hands thrice in three races and there’s every indication that it will do so again at Silverstone, unless of course Mercedes botch another one.
How well do you know one of the classic races to have graced the Formula 1 calendar?
Charles Leclerc is reportedly being lined up by Ferrari to replace Kimi Raikkonen next season, and the Scuderia couldn’t pick a more suitable new driver to partner Sebastian Vettel.
Christian Horner continues to aim digs at Renault, Paris Hilton gets a history lesson and McLaren fans turn out in their thousands at the Red Bull Ring.