F1 Race Reports. Page 9

  • US 2007: Stonewall Hamilton takes Brickyard win.

    Open article US 2007: Stonewall Hamilton takes Brickyard win.

    17 June 2007 If Lewis Hamilton's maiden Formula One victory resembled a stroll in the park, his second shown composure under pressure as McLaren team-mate Fernando Alonso harried him to the flag at Indianapolis.

  • Canada 2007: Joy of six for Lewis.

    Open article Canada 2007: Joy of six for Lewis.

    10 June 2007 Lewis Hamilton overcame all the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune in what was quite possibly the most dramatic race in Formula One history to claim his debut grand prix victory in only his sixth outing with the McLaren Mercedes team.

  • Monaco 2007: McLaren celebrate 150 not out.

    Open article Monaco 2007: McLaren celebrate 150 not out.

    27 May 2007 Fernando Alonso delivered McLaren's 150th grand prix triumph around the streets of Monaco today, as the Silver Arrows utterly destroyed the opposition to lay down an ominous marker for the remainder of the campaign.

  • Spain 2007: 'Matador moment' means more for Massa.

    Open article Spain 2007: 'Matador moment' means more for Massa.

    13 May 2007 Bullfighters are undeniably brave, but frequently foolhardy, and similar sentiments could be levelled at Fernando Alonso after an ambitious, if flawed, effort to seize control of the Spanish Grand Prix cost him a shot at victory on the opening lap.

  • Bahrain 2007: Massa makes it three from three.

    Open article Bahrain 2007: Massa makes it three from three.

    15 April 2007 Felipe Massa became the third different winner in as many F1 events by leading from lights to flag in Bahrain, but it is the three-way tie for the points lead that will grab most attention.

  • Malaysia 2007: Alonso delivers the old 1-2.

    Open article Malaysia 2007: Alonso delivers the old 1-2.

    08 April 2007 Despite pre-race predictions to the contrary, Fernando Alonso was the man to beat on a hot and humid afternoon at Sepang, the Spaniard dominating the Malaysian Grand Prix from start to finish.

  • Australia 2007: Raikkonen sweeps the Park.

    Open article Australia 2007: Raikkonen sweeps the Park.

    18 March 2007 Kimi Raikkonen completed the perfect start to his Ferrari career by waltzing to victory in the Australian Grand Prix, and adding fastest lap to his pole position for good measure.

  • Brazil 2006: Massa's glory as Alonso takes title.

    Open article Brazil 2006: Massa's glory as Alonso takes title.

    22 October 2006 Felipe Massa brought Brazil's 13-year wait for a home winner at Interlagos to an end with an imperious performance in the final grand prix of 2006, but it was the fortunes of title rivals Fernando Alonso and Michael Schumacher that held the capacity crowd enthralled.

  • Japan 2006: Alonso inherits reversal of fortune.

    Open article Japan 2006: Alonso inherits reversal of fortune.

    08 October 2006 Fernando Alonso's championship chances received a massive boost at Suzuka, not only with victory in the Japanese Grand Prix but also with main rival Michael Schumacher retiring from the race while comfortably in front.

  • China 2006: Top Schuey!

    Open article China 2006: Top Schuey!

    01 October 2006 After two races without so much as a sniff of the points at the Shanghai International Circuit, Michael Schumacher finally found the fortune he was looking for as he won a race that really should have belonged to Renault.

  • Italy 2006: Schumacher rides emotion to 90th win.

    Open article Italy 2006: Schumacher rides emotion to 90th win.

    10 September 2006 Michael Schumacher suffered the highs and lows of motorsport life in one afternoon at Monza as, having racked up his 90th race win in front of the adoring tifosi at Monza, he announced that the time had come to bow out of Formula One.

  • Turkey 2006: Massa right on queue.

    Open article Turkey 2006: Massa right on queue.

    27 August 2006 Felipe Massa's move to Ferrari finally brought its reward, as the Brazilian recorded the first grand prix win of his interrupted career by beating Fernando Alonso and Michael Schumacher to the line in Turkey.

  • Hungary 2006: Button sheds monkey on day for ducks

    Open article Hungary 2006: Button sheds monkey on day for ducks

    06 August 2006 The common belief that the Hungarian Grand Prix and excitement couldn't go hand-in-hand was debunked as Jenson Button defied the odds and all the weather gods could throw at him to claim his maiden F1 victory.

  • Germany 2006: Schumacher shrinks points gap.

    Open article Germany 2006: Schumacher shrinks points gap.

    30 July 2006 Michael Schumacher closed the world championship gap to just eleven points by inflicting another crushing defeat on his rivals, this time on home soil at Hockenheim.

  • France 2006: Momentum stays with Schumacher.

    Open article France 2006: Momentum stays with Schumacher.

    16 July 2006 The 2006 French GP will certainly not go down as a classic, but for Michael Schumacher and Ferrari, their fourth win of the season marked another important step in their bid to close the gap to Fernando Alonso and Renault in the drivers' and manufacturers' championships.

  • US 2006: Same result, different story for Schumi.

    Open article US 2006: Same result, different story for Schumi.

    02 July 2006 If the American fans that gave Indianapolis and Formula One a second chance were looking for something different this season, they only got part of what they hoped for as Ferrari again romped to a 1-2 result.

  • Canada 2006: Alonso opens Montreal account.

    Open article Canada 2006: Alonso opens Montreal account.

    25 June 2006 Having never stepped onto the podium in Montreal before, Fernando Alonso ensured his first visit was to the top step with a dominant victory in the Canadian Grand Prix.

  • Britain 2006: Alonso earns his stripes.

    Open article Britain 2006: Alonso earns his stripes.

    11 June 2006 Despite the usual paddock talk beforehand, Fernando Alonso and Renault again proved to be the class of the field in the British Grand Prix, romping to a 13-second victory at Silverstone.

  • Monaco 2006: Alonso adds Monte win to record.

    Open article Monaco 2006: Alonso adds Monte win to record.

    28 May 2006 Reigning world champion, Fernando Alonso has won the Monaco Grand Prix, leading from start to finish at the principality, the seventh round in the 2006 FIA Formula One World Championship.

  • Spain 2006: Alonso's Spanish class.

    Open article Spain 2006: Alonso's Spanish class.

    14 May 2006 Fernando Alonso gave the massive Spanish crowd just what it wanted in Barcelona, taking a comfortable lights-to-flag win to ease out his championship lead over closest rival Michael Schumacher.

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