2021 will see Formula 1 hold the inaugural Saudi Arabian GP at the new Jeddah Corniche Circuit. Here is an explainer on how the circuit will work.
The Saudi Arabian GP 2021 could see Max Verstappen, who holds an eight-point lead, seal the Formula 1 world driver's championship.
Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen shared a healthy rivalry when the former was a Red Bull driver earlier in his career.
Hamilton was able to control the pace at the front of the field after a clinical start from pole position with an indomitable lights-to-flag win.
Hamilton was the first driver out for the second and final runs, and he found even more time, smashing into the 1m20s to take pole.
Mercedes and Red Bull might be fighting hard for Formula 1 supremacy on track, but tensions between the teams off the track continues to escalate.
Hamilton had a fantastic start from P10 on the grid and was clearly on the charge with Bottas who had lost the lead to Verstappen at the start.
The Brazil GP saw Lewis Hamilton pick up an impressive win and reduce the deficit in the championship race against Max Verstappen.
A poor start from the Mercedes of Valtteri Bottas at the Mexican GP spelled the end of any hopes they may have had of winning the race.
It was a case of mixed emotions for Lewis Hamiton as he finished second in the Mexico Grand Prix on Sunday.