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Hamilton could only finish sixth in the Miami Grand Prix, one place behind Russell and despite some improvement in performance, especially in practice, Mercedes are well off the pace and a shadow of the team that has dominated the sport.
Miami GP 2022: Lewis Hamilton questions Mercedes' strategy after George Russell finishes ahead again
After the fifth race of the year, Lewis Hamilton is sixth in the drivers' standings on 36 points, with fellow Briton fourth on 59.
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.
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.
Formula 1’s governing body FIA stirred an unexpected controversy at last weekend’s Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne when one of its new race directors Nels Wittich informed the grid of the body’s intention to limit ornaments that a driver wears
Netflix docuseries Drive to Survive dramatises Formula 1 rivalries, but is it really a bad thing for the sport?
Max Verstappen has become the only driver to refuse to be interviewed for Formula 1: Drive to Survive because he thought it faked rivalries and exaggerated incidents.
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.
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.
A close source to the bid revealed to Reuters that tennis legend Serena Williams and F1 star Lewis Hamilton have joined Michael Broughton's bid to buy Chelsea
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff said they were leaving Melbourne in a better state than when they arrived with "more lessons learned, more data to analyse and more points on the board".
Lewis Hamilton said his Mercedes was driving "like a rattlesnake" but the Briton tamed his car on Saturday to qualify fifth for the Australian Grand Prix in a much-improved performance.
The Spaniard powered round a revamped Albert Park circuit under clear skies with a best time of one minute 19.806 seconds among his 24 laps, largely on soft tyres.
Formula 1 2022: ‘Got several piercings that I really can’t take out’, Hamilton reacts to no-jewellery rule
The ruling was included in the event notes for this week's Australian Grand Prix issued by new FIA race director Niels Wittich. It is not a new regulation, but reportedly follows some drivers being spotted wearing jewellery while in their cars.
F1 drivers are preparing for a new Albert Park layout at the Australian Grand Prix — they won't drive on the redesigned, resurfaced circuit until Friday’s two practice sessions ahead of qualifying Saturday
Explained: From missile strikes to racers’ unrest, how Saudi Arabia is losing its sheen as an F1 venue
The racers called for an almost immediate boycott of the race, expressing distaste at the kingdom’s appalling human rights record while fearing for the safety of their teams.
Formula 1 2022: Sergio Perez claims 'unbelievable' pole at 215th attempt, Mick Schumacher suffers horror crash
Qualifying was marred by a horror crash suffered by Mick Schumacher, which ruled him out of the race, and Lewis Hamilton's shock elimination in the opening Q1 session.
Formula 1: FIA concludes Michael Masi made human error, but acted in 'good faith' in controversial finale
Red Bull driver Max Verstappen won his first world title after overtaking Mercedes star Lewis Hamilton on the last lap of Abu Dhabi GP following a controversial restart procedure.
Verstappen's time of 1min 32.544sec was 0.096sec quicker than Charles Leclerc's Ferrari, while Sergio Perez took third in the second Red Bull ahead of qualifying at 1500 GMT
Lewis Hamilton finished ninth in practice on Friday ahead of the weekend's season-opening Bahrain Grand Prix.
In order to ensure that there won't be a repeat, and after a discussion with the teams, the FIA has amended the relevant rule, which now specifies that all lapped cars must be waved past the leader if it is considered safe to do so.