Max Verstappen sprung what could be the surprise of the Formula One season by beating Lewis Hamilton to win the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix on Sunday.
Max Verstappen topped the times for Red Bull ahead of Mercedes’ Valtteri Bottas in Friday’s crash-hit second free practice ahead of this weekend’s Styrian Grand Prix.
Leclerc came home third as the race finished behind a Safety Car, following the spectacular late exit of both Renaults at Turn Two, ahead of Max Verstappen of Red Bull.
Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff has taken a dig at Renault counterpart Cyril Abiteboul while remaining confident that French driver Esteban Ocon will secure a seat in Formula One next season.
Medical researchers and engineers have teamed up with Formula One outfit Mercedes to adapt a breathing aid for mass production that could keep coronavirus patients off much-needed ventilators.
Lewis Hamilton will begin his bid for a record-equalling seventh formula One world title, feeling “lonely and uninspired”. The 35-year-old Briton gets the season underway in Austria on July 5
BMW will slash 6,000 jobs this year and freeze a major self-driving technology collaboration with rival Mercedes-Benz as the German luxury carmaker sees demand plunging because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Lewis Hamilton broke the circuit lap record and drew level with Michael Schumacher for another feat on Saturday as he claimed a record-increasing 90th pole position for Sunday’s Hungarian Grand Prix.
DCP Traffic East Zone Shant Raju told media that the Mercedes Benz car first hit a bike. The motorist tried to flee the scene but landed up hitting a parked hatchback car. The hatchback driver died on the spot from injuries sustained from the crash.