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Charles Leclerc comfortable with Sebastian Vettel relationship at Ferrari and relishes battle

Charles Leclerc comfortable with Sebastian Vettel relationship at Ferrari and relishes battle

FERRARI starlet Charles Leclerc insists he is happy with the dynamic he’s built at the team with Sebastian Vettel. The 22-year-old had an impressive debut year for the Italian outfit and beat four-time champion Vettel in the standings. Charles Leclerc is happy with the dynamic he’s built with Sebastian Vettel Reuters Charles Leclerc finished ahead

Lewis Hamilton ‘not listening’ to F1 rivals as he focuses on winning seventh world title

Lewis Hamilton ‘not listening’ to F1 rivals as he focuses on winning seventh world title

LEWIS HAMILTON isn’t fazed by Mercedes’ rivals trying to predict the pecking order in F1 this season. The Brit ace is favourite to win a seventh world title in 2020 when the new campaign begins on March 15. Lewis Hamilton isn’t get drawn into a prediction game with his rivals PA:Press Association Mercedes looked like the class of the field at the recent

Factbox: Some of the records in Lewis Hamilton's sights

Factbox: Some of the records in Lewis Hamilton's sights

(Reuters) - Lewis Hamilton is hoping to equal Michael Schumacher’s record seven Formula One championships this season. The following looks at some of the milestones the Mercedes driver can reach and the records he already holds: 7 - Titles. A record held by Ferrari great Michael Schumacher. Also successive constructors’ titles. Mercedes have won the

Hamilton has Schumacher's biggest records in sight

Hamilton has Schumacher's biggest records in sight

LONDON (Reuters) - Formula One starts a new season in Australia next week with Lewis Hamilton chasing records that some once thought would last a lifetime. The 91 wins and seven titles of retired Ferrari great Michael Schumacher are firmly in the 35-year-old Mercedes driver’s sights now. How many races will feature in what could be an epic battle of

Hamilton wants climate action

Hamilton wants climate action

F1: Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton says that Formula One has some catching up to do when it comes to reducing climate change.

‘Weak-minded’: Lewis blunts rivals’ claims

‘Weak-minded’: Lewis blunts rivals’ claims

F1: Australian Daniel Ricciardo is optimistic surrounding his second season at Renault, saying both he and his car have improved since 2019. Ferrari and Red Bull have suggested that F1’s reigning champions are the favourites for the first race in Melbourne on March 15 after six days of winter testing which saw Mercedes set the fastest lap time and