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View Poll Results: Who will win the Formula One 2018 Drivers' World Championship?

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  • Lewis Hamilton

    6 75.00%
  • Sebastian Vettel

    1 12.50%
  • Valtteri Bottas

    0 0%
  • Kimi Räikkönen

    1 12.50%
  • Daniel Ricciardo

    0 0%
  • Max Verstappen

    0 0%
  • Fernando Alonso

    0 0%
  • Other

    0 0%
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  1. #1
    Jul 2013
    Karachi, Pakistan
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    Who will win the Formula One 2018 Drivers' World Championship?

    Defending champion Lewis Hamilton is on top after recovering from a poor start to the season, but the title race is far from over. Who are you backing to win the 2018 F1 Drivers' Championship?

  2. #2
    Dec 2017
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    I hope Vettel wins it. Don’t want to see that arrogant Hamilton winning.

  3. #3
    Apr 2013
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  4. #4
    Oct 2010
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    Spanish two-time world champion Fernando Alonso has announced he is to retire from Formula 1 at the end of the season.

    The McLaren driver will end a career that began with a debut for Minardi at the Australian Grand Prix of 2001.

    Alonso, 37, who is competing in his 17th F1 season, won the 2005 and 2006 championships when racing for Renault.

    "After 17 wonderful years in this amazing sport it's time for me to make a change and move on," he said.

    "I made this decision some months ago and it was a firm one. There are still several grands prix to go this season, and I will take part in them with more commitment and passion than ever," he added.

    "Let's see what the future brings; new exciting challenges are around the corner. I'm having one of the happiest times ever in my life but I need to go on exploring new adventures."

    Alonso has in recent years branched out into other series and in June he won the Le Mans 24 Hours sportscar race at his first attempt.

    He joined Toyota's World Endurance Championship (WEC) programme this season with the aim of winning Le Mans, and has dovetailed it with F1.

    That victory provided him with the second part of motorsport's 'triple crown'. Twice a Monaco Grand Prix winner, he is only missing Indianapolis 500 success.

    He competed in the Indy 500 for the only time to date in May 2017, retiring towards the end of the race with engine failure, having run strongly throughout and led for a total of 27 laps.

    Only Englishman Graham Hill has won all three classic races in the history of motorsport.

    Alonso ended Michael Schumacher's five-year dominance of the drivers' championship when he won the first of his titles in 2005.

    At the time, he became the youngster ever driver to win the title.

    He has also finished championship runner-up three times, and to date has achieved 32 wins, 22 pole positions and 97 podium finishes.

    In his statement confirming he would retire at the end of this season, he suggested there may be a chance of him one day returning.

    "I want to thank everyone at McLaren," he said. "My heart is with the team forever.

    "I know they will come back stronger and better in the future and it could be the right moment for me to be back in the series; that would make me really happy."

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  5. #5
    Apr 2009
    1273 Post(s)
    6 Thread(s)

    Lewis Hamilton honoured to equal Michael Schumacher’s Italian Grand Prix

    Lewis Hamilton said it is an honour to be mentioned in the same breath as Michael Schumacher after winning the Italian Grand Prix for a record-equalling fifth time, and dealing Sebastian Vettel another championship blow.

    The fanatical tifosi supporters arrived in Monza expecting to see Vettel convert a Ferrari lockout of the front row into a crushing win.

    Instead, they saw their leading title contender fall out of the reckoning after just four corners following a clumsy opening lap collision with Hamilton.

    Then, they witnessed Hamilton deliver one of the finest drives of his career, which climaxed in the Briton passing Kimi Raikkonen in the closing stages for his 68th grands prix triumph.

    Vettel recovered from last to finish fourth, but the German now trails Hamilton by a distant 30 points with seven rounds remaining.

    Ferrari great Schumacher won the Monza race five times between 1996 and 2006, and Hamilton's triumph on Sunday matched the seven-time champion's haul.

    "The way this race went was one of the most exciting victories that I can remember," Hamilton said.

    "To know that I am up there with Michael is always a real privilege.

    "It is an honour to be mentioned in the same sentence as a great like him, and someone I watched and supported as a youngster."

    Ferrari had the superior machinery at the "Temple of Speed", but once Vettel dropped down the order after tripping over at the fourth bend, Hamilton sensed blood.

    He reeled pole-sitter Raikkonen in after their respective stops for tyres before executing a masterful move on the veteran Finn to leave the Ferrari supporters stunned.

    Hamilton was subjected to a plethora of boos on the podium, but insisted he was not fazed by the taunts of the Ferrari fans.

    "There's nothing to get offended by," Hamilton, 33, added. "I just keep smiling.

    "I know I've got those individuals who are out there who travel the world to support me.

    "There are a lot of Ferrari fans out there and you hear a lot of negative sounds, but that only encourages and energises me.

    "When I spot the British flags amongst the Ferrari red, that is my fuel and I get my positivity and energy from them. They're the miracle today."

  6. #6
    Jun 2001
    1552 Post(s)
    26 Thread(s)
    Easy pickings for Hamilton this season.

    Been a walk in the park for him.

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