Mercedes’ team principal Toto Wolff knew the lure of Ferrari would be strong for Lewis Hamilton once their winning run ended.
Lewis Hamilton’s only other team switch was an inspired move which made him F1’s most successful driver. Has he got it right again by choosing Ferrari over Mercedes?
Ferrari is F1’s most successful and popular team. Lewis Hamilton is F1’s most successful and popular driver. Yet for years a tie-up between the two looked unlikely.
Seven-times world champion Lewis Hamilton will leave Mercedes at the end of this year and join Ferrari for the 2025 season.
Formula 3 champion Marc Hynes, who left Lewis Hamilton’s business operation early in 2021, has returned to work with the Mercedes ace.
Fernando Alonso should make his 400th start, Lewis Hamilton is heading for 200 podiums – and Max Verstappen could set a surprising record.
Lewis Hamilton has revealed he dislikes testing so much he has feigned illness to get out of his driving duties at least once in his Formula 1 career.
Lewis Hamilton endured his worst season in F1 in 2022. Although 2023 was little better, his form behind the wheel was much stronger.
We dug into the data and unearthed a revealing statistic about each of the 22 drivers who contested this year’s 22 rounds.
In a first, all 20 Formula 1 drivers have kept their places on the grid for 2024. But did all of them deserve to keep their seats?
Lewis Hamilton aired multiple grievances against the FIA as he appeared at the governing body’s end-of-season Gala for the first time in three years.
In the round-up: Hamilton’s F1 movie has been “delayed a lot” by strike • F1 teams to spend less time on grid • Bridgestone to supply Formula E tyres
After two seasons, George Russell has the best scoring rate against Lewis Hamilton than any of his team mates since Jenson Button.
In the round-up: Mercedes’ Austin upgrades give Hamilton hope • Pirelli announce first compounds for 2024 • Bearman keen for more Haas mileage
Lewis Hamilton is proud of Mercedes’ efforts to increase the diversity of its staff but says it will be a “long slog” to achieve the results he wants.
While there was no surprise who won in Abu Dhabi, an unexpected driver hit the front at one stage. Here’s our verdict on all 20.
Lewis Hamilton will be ready to compete for the world championship again once Mercedes give him a competitive car, team principal Toto Wolff believes.
In the round-up: Hamilton expects Red Bull to stay ahead in 2024 • Ben Sulayem will take “extreme measures” on schedule • Ocon hopes to be fit for test
Pierre Gasly said Lewis Hamilton “destroyed” his diffuser by running into him, which ended his chance of a points finish.
Fernando Alonso admitted he was trying to avoid giving the benefit of DRS to Lewis Hamilton when he slowed abruptly in front of his rival.