Despite the Red Bull being the faster car for most of the season, it appears the tide has turned in the recent races. The Mercedes car was outright faster than the Red Bull in Russia and Turkey, where Hamilton and Bottas both took wins respectively
While it is true that the Mercedes cars have a unique suspension system that gives them an advantage on the straights, you would do well to ignore the pundits suggesting that such a fancy innovation this late in the season spells doom for Red Bull.
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It wasn’t so long ago that Formula One fans craved a wet race and the excitement that comes along with it. After all, the...
My money is still on Mercedes doing the double once more, and whatever the odds are, they are still just odds, not outcomes.
Obviously, the curtain is closing on Lewis' F1 career, and Mercedes probably wants him to mentor their next world champion before his looming exit. Will Hamilton want to play the mentor role?
However, what looked like a day of celebration for Red Bull was anything but as Max Verstappen showed his dark side. This has left many, including me, wondering whether Max belongs in modern Formula1, let alone become a world champion.
At 99 race wins, with several races to go in the calendar, few would dare to bet against Lewis Hamilton becoming Formula1’s first centurion race winner.
I feel that the stewards should have handed Max at least the same five-place grid penalty they gave Valtteri Bottas after Hungary when he accidentally missed his braking point in the wet and took out rivals Lando Norris and Sergio Perez.