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Mercedes W13

Mercedes W13

The Mercedes W13 (Mercedes-AMG F1 W13 E Performance) is the 2022 Formula One racing car designed and constructed by the Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One Team to compete in the 2022 Formula One World Championship. Driven by Lewis Hamilton and George Russell. 

Mercedes’ response to the new 2022 regulations included their innovative “Zero sidepods”. 

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2022MediaRace Review

Read’s Imola 22 race report

Verstappen leads Red Bull 1-2 as Ferrari falter in action-packed Imola race

Max Verstappen won a dramatic wet-dry Emilia Romagna Grand Prix over Red Bull team mate Sergio Perez as Ferrari couldn’t deliver on home turf – Charles Leclerc spinning late on to finish sixth after Carlos Sainz retired.

The Dutchman topped Saturday’s Sprint and led off the line on Sunday, team mate Perez joining him at the front – while Leclerc momentarily dropped to fourth. The Safety Car emerged on the opening lap as Daniel Ricciardo tipped Carlos Sainz into the gravel and out of the race for the second Grand Prix.

Read the full article and much more on Formula1.comhere

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Miami 22, new track and no driver advantage.


A brand new circuit at the Miami International Autodrome will deliver 5.41km of high-speed adrenaline. 3 straights, 3 DRS zones, 19 corners and speeds topping 320kph.

Maybe a second home race for Haas, but none of the cars or drivers has driven here so no one has an advantage when the pit exit light goes green.

The FORMULA 1™ CRYPTO.COM MIAMI GRAND PRIX will feature a world-class purpose-built circuit that encourages competitive racing.

Read all about it on – here

Read everything you need to know by’s F1 Correspondent & Presenter
Lawrence Barretto – here

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F1 Nation Imola 22 review

Adrian Newey on Red Bull v Ferrari – Imola review ft. Esteban Ocon + Christian Horner

Which team now has F1’s best car? Red Bull’s legendary designer Adrian Newey gives F1 Nation his take on the continuing race for upgrades, and the team’s dominant 1-2 finish in Imola.

For a packed show, Tom Clarkson’s joined by 9-time Le Mans 24 Hours winner Tom Kristensen and Australian broadcaster Sam Power.They talk Charles Leclerc’s costly error, Carlos Sainz’s bad luck, and Toto Wolff’s honest post-race message to Lewis Hamilton. Stunning drives from McLaren’s Lando Norris, George Russell at Mercedes and AlphaTauri’s Yuki Tsunoda are also on the menu.

Plus, Aston Martin Team Principal Mike Krack joins to celebrate the team’s double points finish, Esteban Ocon looks forward to driving an upgraded Alpine at the next race in Miami, and Tom Kristensen hails fellow Dane Kevin Magnussen’s great start to 2022.

Hear FI Nations review of the Imola GP and visit their Podcast for regular updates – here

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2022F1Race Review Imola 22 Sprint Race Review

Verstappen snatches P1 from Leclerc in thrilling Imola Sprint

Max Verstappen won the first Sprint of 2022 having passed Charles Leclerc with two laps remaining, to ensure a first-place start for Sunday’s Emilia Romagna Grand Prix.

Friday’s wet qualifying session set the grid for this Sprint, Verstappen having taken pole position over Leclerc with Lando Norris leading Kevin Magnussen off the second row. An overhauled format now sees points awarded to the top eight rather than the top three – even more incentive to give it all on Saturday afternoon, under clouds spitting with rain…

Read the full article and much more at – here

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2022Drivers - NewsF1

2021 F1 World Champion

Max Verstappen carries the driver’s title into the 2022 season, winning it over Lewis Hamilton on the last lap of the last race of a thrilling 2021 season.

The race was subject to controversy over the way the safety car was managed following a late crash by Nicolas Latifi. However, after initial challenges, both lewis and Mercedes conceded that Max had earnt the crown.

The title defender has the right to race in the following season using the No 1, which Max has elected to do. His official number is 33.

The title may have been won on the last lap of the last race but it was earnt over the course of the season. Two drivers entered the race on 370.5 and only one could emerge the winner.

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F1 Nation Podcast

F1 Nation

Our favourite podcast, hands down.

Formula 1 fans from every nation, welcome to F1 Nation! 1996 World Champion Damon Hill and globe-trotting racing reporters Tom Clarkson and Natalie Pinkham bring you weekly F1 chat with big guests, expert racing insight and behind-the-scenes stories.

Tune into F1’s F1 nation to get the rundown on the weekend that has just been and insightful views on what is yet to come.

F1 Nation 

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