Sport Formula 1 driver Stroll: Positive corona test at the Nürburgring

13:30  21 october  2020
13:30  21 october  2020 Source:   ran.de

Hamilton equals Schumacher wins record at Eifel GP

  Hamilton equals Schumacher wins record at Eifel GP Lewis Hamilton has equalled Michael Schumacher's Formula 1 wins record after claiming victory in an unreliability-packed Eifel GP ahead of Max Verstappen. © Getty Hamilton now has 91 wins - and has also taken a giant step towards Schumacher's record total of seven world championships thanks to closest 2020 rival and Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas' race retirement."When you grow up watching someone, you idolise them for what they're able to do, year on year and race on race," said an emotional Hamilton, who was handed one of Schumacher's helmets by son Mick after the race.

Mercedes Formula E driver Stoffel Vandoorne will be first in line to replace Lewis Hamilton or Valtteri Bottas should they be ruled out for the world champions. Vandoorne last raced in F 1 for McLaren and was snapped up by HWA Racelab in Formula E when he lost his seat at the end of 2018 and then

Formula 1 returns to the Nürburgring this year. The comeback of the Formula 1 at the Nürburgring was also a race of special events and will be remembered for several reasons: First of all, the British Mercedes driver equalled the previous victory record of Formula 1 legend Michael

Lance Stroll tested positive for the corona virus a week and a half ago after the Grand Prix at the Nürburgring.

Lance Stroll startet in der Formel 1 für das Team Racing Point. © Xpbimages.Com/POOL xpbimages.com/AP/dpa Lance Stroll starts in Formula 1 for the Racing Point team.

As the 21-year-old Canadian driver of the Formula 1 racing team Racing Point announced in the social networks, he had already started his journey home on Sunday after his stomach problems on the Saturday of the race weekend in the Eifel and had a test done in the evening. This was positive.

Stroll had to go into a ten-day quarantine. According to Stroll, nothing stands in the way of a start at the premiere of Formula 1 in Portimão on the Algarve this weekend. Another test this Monday was negative. "I feel in great shape," Stroll wrote. He couldn't wait to drive in Portugal.

Nico Hülkenberg: From dropout to victory candidate? .
Munich - The words are flattering. Indeed, the praise is good, the wishes come from the heart. © imago images / Motorsport Images Hülk There was all this in abundance, the hats were pulled off in rows. But Nico Hülkenberg can't buy anything from it at first, a cockpit for 2021 doesn't give him any of that. But: The German is still in the running for a place in Formula 1. And: The advocates are becoming more important.

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