Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton and Red Bull’s Max Verstappen in action during the British Formula One Grand Prix. Reuters / File
After two stunning wins in three races, the force in Formula One is with Max Verstappen who will this weekend bid for another victory at the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton claimed his 88th Formula One career victory and, with it, an outright record 156th podium finish on Sunday when he drove his Mercedes to a masterful victory in the Spanish Grand Prix.
The British driver managed to pull off a win as he overcame the penalty, which had put his chances in jeopardy after his ten seconds were docked.
The qualifying round matches will start at 10am on Sunday, while the main round matches will start from Monday. The final will be played on Saturday evening (December 11).
The Netherlands, bidding to win their first World Cup after losing in three previous finals, will face Argentina or Australia in the last eight.
Brazilian soccer legend Pele is receiving palliative care after chemotherapy stopped having the expected results as he battles colon cancer, newspaper Folha de S.Paulo reported on Saturday.
The Saudi overcame first day motion sickness that cost him around 10 valuable minutes to win the second of the weekend’s two selective sections through the Al Qudra desert to guarantee the title and a winning margin of 67 seconds over Overdrive Racing team-mate Lucas Moraes.