Hamilton Eyes 3rd World Title

F1 icon Lewis Hamilton is all focused on a 3rd World Title- The reigning SPOTY champ turned 30 recently on January 7 amidst loads of wishes and messages.

Much to the pleasure of his fans, Hamilton celebrated his 30th birthday on Instagram with his super-cute toddler picture from the bygone days – but even amidst so much of heartwarming posts and messages, the leading racer is all focused on winning the 2015 F1 World Drivers’ tournament.

Alonso Feels Confident Teaming Up With Jason

Fernando Alonso has left his Ferrari nightmare as he took the decision of returning to the grounds. Now, his new home is the McLaren as he hopes to be having the 3rd world title this time. All the dreadful memories that the team had of him have all been erased.

He wants to forget the spat with the team after which he quit the team. The fallout was because of the favour the team showed towards newcomer Lewis Hamilton even though he was the one having the reign.

Mercedes look to clinch the title riding on Hamilton’s form

The final practice session at Sochi witnessed the immensely talented Lewis Hamilton making it to the finishing line before anyone else. His performance was good enough to help him boost his confidence before the finale. The Sochi track has been prepared around an Olympic venue and it is host to Russia’s first ever Grand Prix. There is a lot of excitement surrounding the same. Lewis Hamilton seemed excited about trying out the new challenges on the track. He seemed quite confident of his success and when the final day arrives he will be raring to go.

Vettel claims he is staying with Red Bull Racing

Defending Formula One Drivers’ World Championship holder Sebastian Vettel has rubbished claims he is on his way to Ferrari next season and has pledged his allegiance to Red Bull Racing for the 2015 season.

The German spoke to a Scottish Yacht Charter magazine in his homeland where he stated that he has reiterated many times that he has a contract with the team for next season and he is working with the principle that he will still be with the team next season as well.

Michael Schumacher is steadily recovering from his accident

The seven time Formula One world champion Michael Schumacher remains under intensive care following a severe ski accident which occurred last year. The doctors placed him under a coma that last about six months until early this year in order to relieve pressure on his brain.