Lewis Hamilton summoned to stewards in Abu Dhabi after practice transgression
Lewis Hamilton may be in hot water ahead of qualifying for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix following an alleged transgression in FP3. The session was red-flagged briefly due to Pierre Gasly sustaining a puncture on his AlphaTauri after running over kerbing at the exit of Turn 9. With debris on the circuit, the session was neutralised as Hamilton proceeded to quickly pass McLaren’s Lando Norris and a Haas into Turn 4 before slowing his pace. Norris pointed out Hamilton’s overtaking transgression before Race Control confirmed the issue would be looked at following the session.
This weekend the 2022 F1 Season will come to an end as viewers settle in for hopefully another excellent race at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. The Brazilian GP last year was one of the best yet but has angered plenty of fans after the Max Verstappen debacle, but Abu Dhabi drama is quickly becoming the norm as McLaren come under fire for their new livery. © Provided by F1Briefings on FanNation
McLaren has collaborated with Vuse to showcase upcoming artists with a one-off livery. The choice of partnering with the Vape company has not sat well with many fans.
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Anna Tangles, the artist who designed the livery, has explained:
F1 News: Jeremy Clarkson Brands Max Verstappen a "Spoiled, Entitled Brat" In Angry Column
Jeremy Clarkson of The Grand Tour and more recently Clarkson's Farm has commented on the drama surrounding F1 driver Max Verstappen over the last week. Branding the Red Bull driver a “spoiled, entitled brat”, the motoring show presenter wrote about the dramatic Brazilian Grand Prix in his latest column for The Sun via Grand Tour Nation.Last weekend caused a raucous in the F1 world as the Red Bull drivers butted heads during the Sunday of the Brazil GP. Max Verstappen, already titled the Champion of this season and with nothing to gain, didn't allow teammate Sergio Perez to pass him towards the end of the race.
“As a lifelong F1 fan, I never believed that I would one day have my artwork showcased at a Grand Prix – and it’s all thanks to Driven by Change.
"I dedicate my spare time to training and encouraging other artists, particularly other Middle Eastern female creatives, to embrace their passion and skills. It’s a privilege to be a part of a community that supports the same ambition of empowering underrepresented artists in this way.”
One upset fan wrote on Twitter:
"McLaren, as much as I want to see your team do well, I wish you'd break this addiction to big tobacco money"
Another annoyed fan wrote:
""Driven by change" not that much change, since you're still taking British American Tabacco money..."
McLaren will be looking ahead to the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix where they are currently battling with Alpine to get P4 in the constructor's championship. Unfortunately for McLaren, they had a double DNF at the Brazilian Grand Prix last weekend, whereas Fernando Alonso came fifth in the Alpine.
Going into the weekend, Alpine currently have 167 points and McLaren have 148.
F1: The Grand Prix du Brazil disturbed by the result of the presidential election? .
© Icon Sport F1 events: the Brazil Grand Prix disturbed by the result of the presidential election? The second round of the presidential elections in Brazil took place on Sunday and confirmed the defeat of the outgoing president. The local GP could be disturbed. Sunday, October 30, 2022 took place the second round of the presidential elections in Brazil. Outgoing far -right president Jair Bolsonaro has just lost his own competitor to the workers' party, Lula (50.9 %).