Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen claimed his fourth Belgian Formula One Grand Prix victory in five years at Spa to end an astonishing run of 26 races without a win for the 2007 world champion.
Red Bull’s Mark Webber will start on pole position for the first time in his Formula One career following a rain-affected qualifying session for Sunday’s German Grand Prix at Nurburgring.
Jenson Button will start Sunday’s Monaco Grand Prix from pole position while Lewis Hamilton — the man he hopes to succeed as world champion — suffered another humiliating blow. Championship leader Button made it four poles in six races in 2009 in his Brawn GP with a dramatic final lap of one minute 14.902 seconds while fellow Briton Hamilton will start from 16th on the grid.
Reigning Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton has told CNN the loss of big teams from the 2010 Championship would damage the prestige of the sport.
World championship leader Jenson Button was completely dominant at the Spanish Grand Prix Sunday. Button led a Brawn GP one-two, with team-mate Rubens Barrichello finishing second after starting third on the grid
World champion Lewis Hamilton and his McLaren team have escaped with a suspended three-race ban for "deliverately misleading" stewards at the Australian Grand Prix.
Briton Jenson Button made it three wins from four races to strengthen his early grip on the Formula One world championship with victory in a heat-sapping Bahrain Grand Prix on Sunday. After victories in Australia and Malaysia, Button’s Brawn GP car simply had too much brute force for his rivals to compete with the 29-year-old
Italy’s Jarno Trulli claimed pole position for Sunday’s Bahrain Grand Prix to lead a Toyota 1-2 on the front row at the Sakhir circuit. Trulli clocked a time of one minute 33.431 seconds in the final qualifying session to edge out teammate Timo Glock. Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel, who won the Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai last week and championship leader Jenson Button in his Brawn GP, will start from the second row
Williams driver Nico Rosberg continued his domination of this season’s Formula One practise sessions by again emerging quickest ahead of Sunday’s Bahrain Grand Prix. In searing temperatures, Rosberg posted a time of one minute 33.339 seconds in his second sesion around the 5.412km Sakhir circuit, the seventh time in 11 practise sessions this season that he has topped the timesheets. However, to date, the German has been unable to transfer that form into qualifying, starting fifth, sixth and seventh in Australia, Malaysia and China so far — collecting a mere 3.5 points in the process
A suspected U.S. drone attack killed three people in a compound known to house militants in Pakistan’s border with Afghanistan, local officials and residents said Sunday.