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Sergio Perez wins the Sakhir GP
Sergio Perez wins the Sakhir GP
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Sergio Perez celebrated Sunday his first-ever Formula 1 victory at the Sakhir GP. Renault's Esteban Ocon and Racing Point's Lance Stroll completed the podium on a wild evening in Bahrain.

Carlos Sainz finished fourth, ahead of Renault's Daniel Ricciardo and Red Bull's Alex Albon.

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Valtteri Bottas takes pole position for Sakhir GP
Valtteri Bottas
Valtteri Bottas Credit: Mercedes-AMG F1

Valtteri Bottas is on pole position for the Sakhir Grand Prix, in Bahrain. Bottas, finished ahead of Mercedes team-mate George Russel, acting as a stand-in for Lewis Hamilton who was forced to miss the event having tested positive forCovid-19.

Red Bull's Max Verstappen took the third place, Ferrari's Charles Leclerc the fourth position, and Sergio Perez will start in the fifth position.

The Sakhir Grand Prix starts takes place Sunday at 17:10(UTC).

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Hamilton wins Bahrain GP as Grosjean survives stunning crash and burn
Hamilton wins Bahrain GP as Grosjean survives stunning crash and burn
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In another eventful afternoon in F1, Romain Grosjean managed to escape his burning Haas F1 car after cutting through a trackside barrier that tore his car in half. The much delayed race restart was marked by yet another crash, leaving Lance Stroll upside down in his Racing Point car.

Later in the race, Sergio Perez managed to drive up to third position, until an engine issue forced him to retire with 3 laps to go. The race was forced to end with the safety car on track, and Alex Albon took the third place behind his team mate Max Verstappen. McLaren's Norris and Sainz took 4th and 5th place respectively, bringing the team back to 3rd place in the constructor's championship.

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Lewis Hamilton takes pole position for Bahrain Grand Prix
Lewis Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton Credit: Steve Etherington for Mercedes-Benz Grand Prix Ltd.

Hamilton, who celebrated his seventh title two weeks ago, had a comfortable 0.289 seconds lead to Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas and collected the 98th pole of his Formula 1 career.

Red Bull's Max Verstappen and Alexander Albon were third and fourth, with Sergio Perez in the fifth position.

Renault's Daniel Ricciardo and Esteban Ocon were sixth and seventh, separated by just 0.002secs, ahead of Alpha Tauri's Pierre Gasly and McLaren's Lando Norris.

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Lewis Hamilton joined Michael Schumacher as a seven-time F1 champion
Lewis Hamilton joined Michael Schumacher as a seven-time F1 champion
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Lewis Hamilton clinched a seventh World Championship and became the most successful racing driver ever with a masterful victory in the Turkish Grand Prix on Sunday. Hamilton clinched the title with his 94th career win with a trademark wet-weather performance to win from sixth on the grid, one of the best drives of his illustrious career.

Behind Hamilton, a dramatic last-lap saw Sergio Perez overtaken by Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc for P2, only for Leclerc to overcook it at Turn 12, with Perez retaking second as Vettel made it through on his teammate to claim a first podium of the season.

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Lance Stroll takes Turkish Grand Prix pole position after a chaotic qualifying session.
Lance Stroll takes Turkish Grand Prix pole position after a chaotic qualifying session.
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Racing Point's Lance Stroll beat Red Bull's Max Verstappen by 0.290 seconds and took the pole position for the Turkish Grand Prix. Lewis Hamilton, on the verge of his seventh title, could manage only a sixth place.

Stroll's pole came completely out of the blue on a day when his Racing Point team clearly had their car set up just so to work the tyres effectively on a treacherously slippery track in challenging conditions.

Stroll's team-mate Sergio Perez was third ahead of Red Bull's Alexander Albon and Renault's Daniel Ricciardo.

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Portuguese GP: Hamilton is fastest in the last lap, overtakes Bottas and celebrates his 97th pole position in F1
Lewis Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton Credit: Mercedes-AMG F1

The British Lewis Hamilton snatched the pole position for the Portuguese Grand Prix from team-mate Valtteri Bottas with a fast lap at the end of Q3.

Red Bull's Max Verstappen in start in third, followed by Ferrari's Charles Leclerc and Racing Point's Sergio Perez.

After the qualifying, Hamilton said: "I can't tell you how hard that was today! I've just seen that Valtteri topped every session, and I've just been digging to find the time... I chose to do three laps to have a chance to beat his time."

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Formula 1: Lewis Hamilton on the pole position in Sochi, the 96th of his career
Formula 1: Lewis Hamilton on the pole position in Sochi, the 96th of his career
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Lewis Hamilton is on pole position for the Russian Grand Prix, in Sochi. Hamilton, the current leader of the Formula 1 championship, finished ahead of Red Bull's Max Verstappen.

Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas took the third place, Sergio Perez the fourth position, and Daniel Ricciardo will start in the fifth position.

After the session, Hamilton said, "Firstly, I have say a big hi to all the fans that are here, we've missed the fans all year! I hope everyone's staying safe."

The Russian Grand Prix will happen Sunday, September 27, at 11:10 (UTC).

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Formula 1: Lewis Hamilton on the pole position in Barcelona
Formula 1: Lewis Hamilton on the pole position in Barcelona
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Lewis Hamilton beat Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas to pole position at the Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona. Hamilton has now 92 poles in his career.

Max Verstappen, Sergio Perez, and Lance Stroll complete the five best qualifications for the race Sunday.

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Formula 1: Valtteri Bottas takes pole position of the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix
Valtteri Bottas
Valtteri Bottas Credit: Twitter Reproduction

Finnish driver Valtteri Bottas beat Mercedes team-mate, Lewis Hamilton, to pole position at the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix in Silverstone. Racing Point's Nico Hulkenberg, standing in for Sergio Perez who has coronavirus, took the third spot.

After the training session, Bottas said: "Feels good. I just love qualifying, especially when it goes well. Proud to drive this car. Our first job is to get a good start off the line tomorrow and go from there".

The 70th Anniversary Grand Prix will take place Sunday, in Silverstone, at 13:10 UTC.

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F1: Sergio Perez tests positive for Covid-19
Sergio Perez
Sergio Perez Credit: Racing Point

The Mexican Sergio Perez has tested positive for Covid-19 and will not race on the British Grand Prix. Perez, the first driver to test positive, has gone into self-quarantine.

Racing Point team tweeted: "Sergio is physically well and in good spirits, but he will continue to self-isolate under the guidelines of the relevant public health authorities, with safety the ultimate priority for the team and the sport.".