Berger: Hamilton the only driver I rate alongside Senna
Ayrton Senna's former teammate Gerhard Berger says Lewis Hamilton is the only driver he rates on the same level as the Brazilian legend.
Why Hamilton's start to 2019 should set off alarm bells
Lewis Hamilton isn't a man who needs a head start in F1 these days, but his two wins from the opening three races of 2019 have given him one. That's not a good thing for anyone wanting a close fight this year.
Wolff warns Ferrari: Team orders a can of worms
Although he sympathises with their situation, Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has warned Ferrari it might have set a dangerous precedent with its use of team orders going forward in 2019.
Lewis: Ferrari not operating at its usual level
Lewis Hamilton believes Ferrari's inability to consistently operate at full potential is the reason why Mercedes has swept the opening three rounds of the season and already opened up a 57-point lead in the constructors' championship.
Hamilton pays tribute to NBA's Dwyane Wade
Lewis Hamilton paid tribute to NBA legend Dwyane Wade, citing the retiring star as an inspiration for his own career.
Wolff wary of Bottas-Hamilton battle helping Ferrari
With the opportunity of securing Mercedes' third race victory of the season on Sunday, Toto Wolff will make sure his team's "rules of engagement" are left ringing in the ears of his two drivers ahead of the Chinese Grand Prix.
Hamilton defends Vettel over 'minuscule' errors
Lewis Hamilton has defended Sebastian Vettel's mistake at the Bahrain Grand Prix, saying the his chief rival's great performances outweigh the recent errors he has made.
Ferrari can take comfort in Leclerc but will lose sleep over Vettel
However painful the Bahrain Grand Prix was for Ferrari the emergence of Charles Leclerc offers a clear silver lining, but another error from Sebastian Vettel poses the team a serious headache which could shape its approach to the rest of 2019.
Hamilton: It felt weird passing Leclerc for win
Lewis Hamilton admitted it was strange to pass Charles Leclerc for the lead of the Bahrain Grand Prix as the Ferrari driver struggled with a late engine issue.
Mercedes 'massively outperformed' by Ferrari on straights
In the space of two weeks there has been a one second swing in qualifying performance between Formula One's top two teams, and it's all gone in Ferrari's favour. Mercedes thinks it knows why that's happened.
Hamilton gets in on Ricciardo/Avocado meme
Daniel Ricciardo earned himself a new nickname during the Australian Grand Prix weekend -- Lewis Hamilton is more than happy to keep the Danny Avocado meme alive.
How long will Leclerc respect team orders at Ferrari?
Ferrari's awful Melbourne performance coincided with its first use of team orders in 2019. Our F1 team picks through that and the other major talking points from the Australian Grand Prix.
Bottas ignored Mercedes order to get fastest lap point
Despite Mercedes boss Toto Wolff favouring a cautious approach to the first race, Australia race winner Valtteri Bottas was determined to leave with F1's newest prize.
Bottas shows what he's really made of as Ferrari sets off alarm bells in Australia
Ferrari was expected to come out swinging in Melbourne. Instead, while the Italian team struggled, it was under-pressure Valtteri Bottas who set down a marker to Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton for 2019.
Mercedes and the art of throwing pie in everyone's face
Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes' surprising and ominous pace in qualifying shatters the preseason notion that Ferrari was the team to beat coming into 2019. A roundup of the main talking points from the Australian Grand Prix.
The biggest issue facing each F1 team in 2019
Can Mercedes keep its F1 empire together? Will Ferrari finally do the right thing? Can Renault produce a season worthy of Daniel Ricciardo? A look at what each team is losing sleep over ahead of the Australian Grand Prix.
An F1 documentary lacking Ferrari and Mercedes? It's all the better for it
F1's new Netflix documentary lacks the championship's two main protagonists, but the focus on the likes of Haas' eccentric team boss Guenther Steiner means you barely notice.
Who's hot and who's not: Ferrari top, Haas rises, Alfa falls
A look at the 10 teams on the Formula One grid in the order preseason testing suggested they all sit on the eve of the Australian Grand Prix.
Wolff fears 'nightmare' Brexit will give Ferrari F1 advantage
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff fears Brexit will be "the mother of all messes" and hurt the seven Formula One teams based in the U.K, strengthening Ferrari in the process.
Mercedes leads fire ups of 2019 cars
Mercedes, Toro Rosso and Renault release the sounds of their 2019 engines firing to life ahead of the new season.
Mercedes teases new livery for 2019 F1 car
Mercedes has hinted at a radical new-look colour scheme for the 2019 Formula One car it hopes will win a sixth straight world championship.
Ricciardo: Driver market games wore a little thin this year
Daniel Ricciardo says he found it difficult and frustrating to work out which teams had genuine interest in signing him while he weighed his options in the driver market this year.
Hamilton invited to watch Stevenage FC after 'slums' comment
Lewis Hamilton has been invited to attend a Stevenage game to show support to his home town after controversial comments he made about it last week.
Wolff questions F1's desire to attract new engine manufacturers
Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff has questioned Formula One's desire to attract new engine builders to the sport when it already has four committed manufacturers involved.
Does Mercedes still believe in Bottas?
In an exclusive interview with ESPN, team boss Toto Wolff explains what Valtteri Bottas has to do to stay at the team beyond 2019.
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