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  • Lewis Hamilton calls for more women in 'dude' dominated paddock - India Today

    Lewis Hamilton calls for more women in 'dude' dominated paddock - India Today;

    Lewis Hamilton said that there should be more access to women in the paddock when the drivers were asked for their wish-lists for the championship. Reuters | Posted by Ranit Das. [email protected] March 23, 2017 | UPDATED 15:40 IST. A +A -.and more »

  • Lewis Hamilton: Ferrari are F1 title favourites, says Mercedes driver - BBC Sport

    Lewis Hamilton: Ferrari are F1 title favourites, says Mercedes driver - BBC Sport;

    Ferrari are favourites to win the Formula 1 world title as the new season starts in Australia this weekend, says three-time champion Lewis Hamilton. Hamilton's Mercedes team have dominated for the past three seasons but pre-season testing suggested ...and more »

  • Flying Ferrari could stop Mercedes' F1 dominance - gulfnews.com

    After the build-up rehearsals Formula One is all abuzz anticipating the likelihood of a dramatic upturn in the championship chase with a spectacularly resurgent Ferrari poised to snatch the glory from long-running masters Mercedes. The German legends ...and more »

  • Lewis Hamilton says Mercedes aren't the team to beat - NEWS.com.au

    Lewis Hamilton says Mercedes aren't the team to beat - NEWS.com.au;

    LEWIS Hamilton has insisted Ferrari start the 2017 Formula 1 season as favourites. Hamilton's Mercedes team have won three successive world championship doubles since 2014 but were consistently outpaced by the Scuderia in winter testing following the ...and more »

  • Formula 1: Hamilton v Bottas and what else to look out for - BBC Sport

    Formula 1: Hamilton v Bottas and what else to look out for - BBC Sport;

    The cars are different - faster, better-looking and much more demanding. There are new driver line-ups - and new drivers. The sport has new owners, with big plans for the future. And it looks like Mercedes might not find things as easy as they have in ...and more »

  • Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel lock horns on eve of new F1 season - Daily Mail

    Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel lock horns on eve of new F1 season - Daily Mail;

    Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel traded blows as the battle to win this year's Formula One crown began with words. Ferrari, who have not won a title in more than a decade, are hotly tipped to take the assault to Hamilton's all-conquering Mercedes ...and more »

  • Motor racing-No sweeping Vettel up in Ferrari hype - Eurosport.com

    MELBOURNE, March 23 (Reuters) - Ferrari's fast lap times and good reliability during winter testing has raised hopes of a challenge to Mercedes' three-year dominance of Formula One but the excitement is yet to infect four-times champion Sebastian Vettel.and more »

  • Lewis Hamilton wants more teams to challenge Mercedes in Formula One this season - Herald Sun

    Lewis Hamilton wants more teams to challenge Mercedes in Formula One this season - Herald Sun;

    MERCEDES star Lewis Hamilton has challenged his rivals, including Australian Daniel Ricciardo, to step up their championship fight against his all-conquering team starting this weekend at Albert Park. The three-time world champion said he wanted more ...and more »

  • More speed, but will Formula One be more of the same? - Miami Herald

    More speed, but will Formula One be more of the same? - Miami Herald;

    Faster cars and fiercer competition are the great expectations of the new regulations in Formula One, yet the championship outlook hasn't altered much ahead of the season-opening Australian Grand Prix. Lewis Hamilton remains the hot favorite to win ...and more »

  • Bernie Ecclestone interview: F1 circus starts life without its ringmaster – and he's comfortable being alone - Evening Standard

    Bernie Ecclestone interview: F1 circus starts life without its ringmaster – and he's comfortable being alone - Evening Standard;

    They could hardly see eye-to-eye, but they needed only 10 minutes to tie up the deal that will turn Melbourne into the epicentre of Formula One this weekend. Bernie Ecclestone, all 5ft 3in of him, said that taking the Australian Grand Prix to Melbourne ...and more »