JEREMY CROSS: On Sunday afternoon, we can finally tune into an F1 Grand Prix worth watching thanks to the bitter rivalry between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen For longer than we care to remember Formula 1 has been about as interesting as a night in with the mother-in-law.
Lewis Hamilton’s slow final Q3 out-lap in front of Max Verstappen at the Hungarian Grand Prix reignited intrigue about the ongoing rivalry between Formula 1’s title protagonists. For just a fortnight on from their collision at the British Grand Prix, the cynics suggested that Hamilton’s leisurely holding up of Verstappen was a bit of a psychological offensive – and potentially aimed at trying to time out his Red Bull rival from getting a final Q3 run in.
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Formula 1 news - Lewis Hamilton says booing ‘just fuels me’ following jeers at Hungarian Grand Prix qualifying
Lewis Hamilton has shrugged off boos he received during his pole qualification in Hungary, saying they only give him added motivation. It was an excellent day on the track for Mercedes following a Hamilton-Valtteri Bottas one-two, with Hamilton’s championship rival Max Verstappen qualifying in third.
BUDAPEST, Hungary -- The intensity of the title battle between Mercedes and Red Bull shows no sign of waning. In the first competitive session since Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen collided at Silverstone, the feud between F1's top two teams boiled over to the grandstands with boos ringing out over the pit straight as Hamilton completed TV interviews after taking pole position at the Hungaroring.
The Red Bull driver refused to answer questions on the British Grand Prix crash that has dominated the build-up to the Hungarian Grand Prix this weekend as he qualified in third Max Verstappen unleashed an explosive response to being quizzed on his crash with Lewis Hamilton at the British Grand Prix in their press conference following qualifying for the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton shrugs off boos at Hungarian GP after claiming pole position in first race since Silverstone controversy
Lewis Hamilton said being subjected to boos from some of the crowd at the Hungarian GP would only serve to "fuel me" to perform even stronger. The world champion received jeers after qualifying on pole position, both when he got out of his Mercedes and then when speaking to Sky F1's Johnny Herbert in the post-session interview.
The seven-time world champion was showered with jeers after claiming his first pole in three months at the Hungarian Grand Prix Lewis Hamilton has told Max Verstappen’s fans that he is fuelled by their boos after he secured a crucial pole position for Sunday’s Hungarian Grand Prix.
Hamilton hit back from 4-0 down to draw a cinch Championship thriller at Raith Rovers 4-4. The visitors, who finished bottom of the Premiership last season, produced a stunning comeback in the final 25 minutes at Stark’s Park. Rovers took the lead in the 13th minute when referee Nick Walsh spotted a handball and Lewis Vaughan beat goalkeeper Ryan Fulton from the spot.
Max Verstappen is fed up of talking about future wheel-to-wheel battles with Lewis Hamilton and made his feelings on the matter clear after qualifying for the Hungarian Grand Prix. The build-up to the race has been dominated by the pair's collision at the British Grand Prix and the war of words which followed.
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Hamilton scored four goals in 26 minutes to achieve a ridiculous comeback Hamilton Accies scored four goals in 26 minutes to complete an incredible comeback against Raith Rovers. The hosts raced to a four goal lead in just over an hour as Accies looked set to start like in the Championship with a grim defeat.
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Hamilton hit back from 4-0 down to draw a cinch Championship thriller at Raith Rovers 4-4. The visitors, who finished bottom of the Premiership last season, produced a stunning comeback in the final 25 minutes at Stark's Park. Rovers took the lead in the 13th minute when referee Nick Walsh spotted a handball and Lewis Vaughan beat goalkeeper Ryan Fulton from the spot.
Lewis Hamilton said the boos he received after claiming pole position at the Hungarian Grand Prix inspire him to do even better. The build-up to qualifying this weekend has been dominated by the fall-out from Hamilton's collision with title rival Max Verstappen at the British Grand Prix. Verstappen and Red Bull are still upset at the collision, the 10-second penalty Hamilton received and the exuberant celebrations of the seven-time world champion and the Mercedes team after he won the race.
Tony McFadden has a tip for both evening meetings with trainer Charlie Fellowes expected to strike at Lingfield. Saturday Nap of the Day Jordan Electrics - 18:20 Hamilton Jordan Electrics ran well when third here over five furlongs a couple of weeks ago and he built on that when successful over six furlongs at Ayr on Monday.
Red Bull Formula 1 boss Christian Horner says he has no “major issue” with Lewis Hamilton’s “gamesmanship” at the end of qualifying for the Hungarian Grand Prix. Mercedes driver Hamilton took provisional pole with his first run in the final stage of qualifying at the Hungaroring, sitting over half a second clear of title rival Max Verstappen in third.
Lewis Hamilton loudly booed by F1 fans after taking pole in Hungary with interviewer pleading with them to stop
LEWIS HAMILTON lapped up the booing mob as he took the 101st pole position of his career. The world champion's bitter feud with Red Bull rival Max Verstappen has spilled over into the grandstands at the Hungaroring, with the Dutchman's orange army backing their driver. 4