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F1: FIA to clamp down on grid access after Neymar incident at Spanish GP

F1: FIA to clamp down on grid access after Neymar incident at Spanish GP

The International Automobile Federation (FIA) could clamp down on access to the Formula 1 grid on race day after an incident that involved Paris Saint-Germain and Brazil footballer Neymar at the Spanish Grand Prix. Celebrities, F1 team members and media are usually granted access to the grid before the start of a race but it could now change after the FIA raised concerns over an incident...

Mercedes upgrade is vindication for Hamilton – Hill

Mercedes upgrade is vindication for Hamilton – Hill

The 1996 Formula 1 world champion Damon Hill is of the opinion that the performance of Mercedes’ upgrade package is a vindication for Sir Lewis Hamilton. The German manufacturer brought their first major upgrade of the season to Monaco and performed well at last weekend’s Spanish Grand Prix where the team scored its first double podium of the season as Hamilton finished second behind reigning world...

F1: Hamilton hails upgraded Mercedes as best car in over a year

F1: Hamilton hails upgraded Mercedes as best car in over a year

Seven-time Formula 1 world champion Sir Lewis Hamilton has praised the performance of the upgraded Mercedes, describing it as the best car he has driven in the last 15 months. The German manufacturer introduced its first season upgrade at the Monaco Grand Prix with the 38-year-old finishing in fourth place. Hamilton took it up a notch in Barcelona, crossing the chequered flag in second place behind...

Spanish GP: Verstappen wins 40th F1 race, Hamilton finishes second

Spanish GP: Verstappen wins 40th F1 race, Hamilton finishes second

Max Verstappen once again cruised to victory at the Spanish Grand Prix on Sunday, recording his 40th race win in Formula 1 while seven-time world champion Sir Lewis Hamilton secured his second podium of the season in second place. Verstappen's victory was his fifth win in seven races in 2023 and has seen him further strengthen his position at the top of the drivers’ championship, with...

MotoGP: South Africa’s Binder surprised to win Argentina sprint race

MotoGP: South Africa’s Binder denied Spanish GP victory by Bagnaia

South African rider Brad Binder was denied his first MotoGP win of the season after he was overtaken by Ducati's Francesco Bagnaia in closing laps of Sunday's Spanish Grand Prix. The KTM rider won Saturday's sprint race which was his second of the season after victory in Argentina. Bagnaia started Sunday's race in fourth place based on qualifying results while Aprilia's Aleix Espargaro started on pole...