Hamilton and Russell crash in qualifying, Verstappen on pole
Lewis Hamilton and George Russell both walked back to the paddock after separate crashes, while Formula One leader Max Verstappen narrowly won the pole for the sprint race ahead of both Ferraris. The sprint race sets the starting lineup for Sunday’s grand prix. Verstappen earned his third pole of the year, while Hamilton was chasing his first since the penultimate race of last season.news.yahoo.com
Haas to run rebranded F1 cars and Fittipaldi at Bahrain test
The relationship between Haas F1 and its Russian sponsor and driver became untenable following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the owner of the United States-based Formula One team said Sunday. Gene Haas also said his team was financially stable despite the decision Saturday to cut ties with Russian driver Nikita Mazepin and sponsor Uralkali. The Russian fertilizer company is owned by Mazepin’s father, Dmitry Mazepin, a close ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin.news.yahoo.com
Hamilton chases F1 record again as Schumacher's son debuts
Officially, the German Grand Prix is on hiatus this year, and this race — a late replacement on the coronavirus-affected calendar — is called the Eifel Grand Prix after a nearby mountain range. As many as 20,000 fans could attend, making it the best attended race of the season apart from the Russian Grand Prix. NEW GENERATIONIt's been eight years since Michael Schumacher's last F1 race, and now his son will officially be part of an F1 race weekend for the first time. Michael Schumacher hit his head on a rock and sustained severe brain injuries which left him requiring constant care. When Hamilton and Michael Schumacher last raced together at the Nürburgring in 2011, there were six Germans on the grid including then-world champion Sebastian Vettel.
Mick Schumacher to drive in dad's old Ferrari at Hockenheim
Mick Schumacher of Germany and Pema Racing prepares to drive before the Formula 2 feature race at Circuit de Monaco on May 24 in Monte-Carlo, Monaco. (Photo by Charles Coates/Getty Images)(CNN) - Mick Schumacher admits he will have a "big grin" on his face when he drives in one of his dad Michael's former Ferraris as part of an exhibition at the German Grand Prix next month. The F2004 was the Ferrari in which the elder Schumacher won the last of his seven Formula 1 titles 15 years ago. The 20-year-old is currently racing in Formula 2 for PREMA Racing and the Ferrari driver academy, with Hockenheim not on the F2 calendar. Visit CNN Sport for more news, features and videos"I think it's mega driving this car in Hockenheim," the German told F1's website.