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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…
Max Verstappen wins the race of the year so far, Vettel recovers to pile the misery on Lewis Hamilton, and Haas score big points…
Lewis Hamilton scores for England on F1’s return to France, Alonso doesn’t care anymore, Paul Ricard makes the impossible possible as Vettel overtakes most of the field.
The Canadian Grand Prix may not have not have been one for the highlight reel but at least the result breathed some fire into the title race.
Daniel Ricciardo’s Monaco triumph was a win for the ages, and a win that again underscores his status as the hottest driver on the driver market.
Lewis Hamilton got his mojo back in Spain while Pirelli’s tyres may have had a say in the first round of the development war…
Baku did not disappoint with a little bit of everything including a Red Bull implosion and a crash behind the safety car.
Daniel Ricciardo’s overtakes in China underscored his reputation while Max Verstappen’s can only be described as amateurish, clumsy, scary.
Pierre Gasly overhauls Carlos Sainz as the favourite to replace Daniel Ricciardo, Ferrari flummox Mercedes while showing that there’s still plenty of danger in F1 racing.
Some made errors, others seized opportunities…
Our reflection on the 2017 season continues with the main takeaways of an action-packed campaign. Ferrari’s good car needs to become a great one, it’s make-or-break time for McLaren and a word on the inconsistent stewarding.
Despite holding off Lewis Hamilton to win in Abu Dhabi, Valtteri Bottas remains Mercedes number two – at least according to the bookies.
Felipe Massa signed off in style at home while Sebastian Vettel needs to use Sunday’s triumph as motivation for 2018.
Lewis Hamilton was crowned the king of Formula 1 for a fourth time while Max Verstappen was “simply lovely”…
Formula 1 fans were again robbed by the stewards while Lewis Hamilton took a leap towards number four.
To finish first, first you have to finish may be an age old cliche but it couldn’t be more apt than in Sunday’s Japanese GP.
Sepang bid farewell to Formula 1 with a victory for Max Verstappen and a storming drive from Sebastian Vettel.
When three try to become one it sets of a series of ‘what could have beens’ in Singapore…
Mercedes hit Ferrari where it hurts most and Danny Ric proves he does “like ’em vulnerable”…
Force India’s troubles – at least on the track – continue while Lewis Hamilton’s weekend exposed Ferrari’s weaknesses.
The day belonged to Sebastian Vettel but Red Bull showed in Hungary that they could yet be a threat this season.
Ferrari’s hopes are deflated, Lewis Hamilton takes the plaudits, Max gets punchy, Hulk’s strong showing, and more of the same at Force India and Toro Rosso.
Jumping into the post-Austrian GP analysis where the Red Bull Ring scored a low pass mark.
After last year’s bore it was a good, albeit amateurish, Azerbaijan GP, a race in which Sebastian Vettel saw red.
Lewis Hamilton hit back in Canada, Lance Stroll made his point and Carlos Sainz should take some lessons from Romain Grosjean.
Ferrari have broken their Monaco hoodoos but is there more to come from the “switcheroo-ing” Scuderia?
It is the small things that make all the difference for Mercedes…
Bottas is a contender, Hamilton looks lost, Ferrari got strategy right, Alonso and Ricciardo’s unlikely bond, Force India impress again, competitive edge stays on the track.