Formula 1

2:12 PM ET MONTE CARLO, Monaco — Ferrari team principal, Mattia Binotto, has admitted Charles Leclerc’s failure to make it out of the first session of qualifying at the Monaco Grand Prix was down to a misjudgement on the pit wall. 1 Related Leclerc qualified 16th for Sunday’s race (but will start 15th thanks to
0 Comments
9:04 AM ET Laurence Edmondson Close F1 Editor • Joined ESPN in 2009• An FIA accredited F1 journalist since 2011 Nate Saunders Close F1 Associate Editor • Previously worked in rugby union and British Superbikes • History graduate from Reading University• Joined ESPNF1 in February 2014 F1 editor Laurence Edmondson reports from his favourite trackside spot during Thursday’s opening practice
0 Comments
May 23, 2019 Laurence Edmondson Close F1 Editor • Joined ESPN in 2009• An FIA accredited F1 journalist since 2011 Nate Saunders Close F1 Associate Editor • Previously worked in rugby union and British Superbikes • History graduate from Reading University• Joined ESPNF1 in February 2014 The Formula One paddock is a busy place that hosts a lot of serious
0 Comments
12:29 PM ET Laurence Edmondson Close F1 Editor • Joined ESPN in 2009• An FIA accredited F1 journalist since 2011 Nate Saunders Close F1 Associate Editor • Previously worked in rugby union and British Superbikes • History graduate from Reading University• Joined ESPNF1 in February 2014 The Formula One paddock is a busy place that hosts a lot of serious
0 Comments
11:34 AM ET Lewis Hamilton was excused from his media duties at the Monaco Grand Prix on Wednesday following the death of Niki Lauda. Lauda, a triple world champion regarded as one of the sport’s all-time greats, was non-executive chairman of the Mercedes team when he died on Monday night at the age of 70.
0 Comments