Red Bull team boss Christian Horner has accused British Grand Prix winner Lewis Hamilton of putting title rival Max Verstappen’s life at risk with a “desperate” collision that ended the Dutchman’s race.
But seven-time world champion Hamilton insists he did nothing wrong.
Horner said Mercedes’ Hamilton – the most successful driver in the history of Formula One – made an amateur error in trying to pass at Copse corner on the opening lap and dismissed the Briton’s 99th career victory as “hollow”.
Norris made the bold decision not to pit and use the versatile intermediate tyres, better suited for the wet track, only for the rain to begin falling heavily in the final laps. While he initially took responsibility for the decision, he did eventually shift the focus to why his team didn’t have the information others […]
Daniel Ricciardo has revealed how he stayed up late on the eve of the Italian Grand Prix to watch British teenager Emma Raducanu’s US Open triumph – and how her success proved inspirational before his comeback triumph.
The wait is over and official confirmation has come that George Russell will be promoted to Mercedes in 2022, replacing the outgoing Valtteri Bottas to race alongside seven-time world champion Lewis Hamilton.