Ferrari's Charles Leclerc (6/4 - Race Winner) will start on pole for the Singapore Grand Prix with championship leader Max Verstappen down in eighth place after he had to cut short his qualifying session late
Charles Leclerc (11/8 Italian GP - Race Winner) ensured the home fans had something to smile about ahead of Sunday's Italian Grand Prix as he qualified first for Ferrari ahead of Championship leader Max Verstappen.
Max Verstappen praised the pace of Red Bull after he extended his championship lead to 109 points with victory at an eventful Dutch Grand Prix. The reigning world champion started on pole position and looked
Max Verstappen (1/66 Drivers Championship Outright) may already have one hand on the trophy as he looks to make it back-to-back Drivers' Championship successes but he is showing no signs of letting up as he
Max Verstappen won the Belgian Grand Prix in convincing fashion despite starting from 14th on the grid, with Sergio Perez finishing second to make it a Red Bull one-two, while Charles Leclerc came home only
Max Verstappen (7/2 Belgian Grand Prix outright) and Charles Leclerc (15/2) will both start near the back of the grid on Sunday's Belgian Grand Prix after being handed penalties for breaching engine regulations. The two