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Verstappen overcame a sequence of problems to lead his Red Bull team-mate Sergio Perez home and claim the lead in this year's title race on a bad day for Ferrari in Sunday's sizzling Spanish Grand Prix.
Ferrari's world championship leader Charles Leclerc grabbed pole for the Spanish Grand Prix ahead of Max Verstappen in qualifying at a sweltering Montmelo circuit on Saturday.
Formula 1 wants to tap into the rich North American sponsorship market as the series' popularity has swelled over the last three years.
Max Verstappen's second win in succession and third of the season enabled him to trim Charles Leclerc’s advantage to 19 points in the drivers' championship.
Hamilton admitted to relief and said he and Mercedes would 'keep chipping away' to recover lost speed after he qualified sixth on Saturday for the Miami Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc claimed pole position ahead of his Ferrari team-mate Carlos Sainz after world champion Max Verstappen made a rare error and slipped to third on the grid at a packed Miami International Autodrome.
F1 will have three races in the USA in 2023 when a November night race is added to the calendar on the Las Vegas Strip to go alongside Miami, Texas.
George Russell clocked a best lap in one minute and 29.938 seconds to outpace championship leader Charles Leclerc of Ferrari by 0.106.
After making a threat to sit out, Lewis Hamilton removed most of his jewellery, including the earrings, for the practice session but scored a small victory with an exemption for the nose stud.
The German legend is contemplating his future, with his Aston Martin car failing to challenge the likes of Ferrari and former team Red Bull after a disappointing start to the 2022 campaign.
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Binotto admitted Ferrari had suffered a disappointing result as champion Verstappen led his team-mate Sergio Perez home while Ferrari's championship leader Charles Leclerc finished sixth and Carlos Sainz spun out on the opening lap
Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff made an extraordinary public apology to a crestfallen Lewis Hamilton on Sunday, describing his car as "undriveable" and unworthy for a world champion.
Verstappen rekindled his title defence on Sunday with an accomplished victory ahead of team-mate Sergio Perez in a dominant one-two triumph for Red Bull at the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix.
Championship leader Charles Leclerc took the second spot on the grid for the sprint race, ahead of Lando Norris in third and Kevin Magnussen in fourth.
Toto Wolff, who reeled off eight consecutive team titles between 2014 and last year, admitted his frustration after opening practice at the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix on Friday.
Leclerc has won two of the opening three Formula One races — finishing second in the other — to help Ferrari lead the constructors’ championship after years of disappointment for the famous Italian Scuderia.
The FIA said in a statement on Thursday that the priority was not pleasing the drivers but ensuring safety on the track.
Melbourne was back on the calendar this year after missing out in 2020 and 2021 because of the coronavirus pandemic and travel restrictions.