Sir Lewis Hamilton has ended his long-running contract saga with Mercedes by signing a new one-year deal.The seven-time world champion’s extension was announced by the sport’s all-conquering team on Monday ahead of the new Formula One campaign which gets under way in Bahrain next month.Hamilton, 36, will be bidding to win an unprecedented eighth world title.
The race was effectively decided when Verstappen overtook Hamilton on Lap 53 but went too wide on a turn and off-track limits, so he had to give Hamilton the position back, as he risked a time penalty.
When Lewis Hamilton pulls down his visor for Sunday’s Bahrain Grand Prix, he will know that it could be the beginning of the end.During the off-season, and following months of negotiations, Hamilton signed just a one-year contract extension with Mercedes.
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From Zimbabwe to the podium, Mercedes AMG Petronas engineer Stephanie Travers tells Amanda Davies about the emotional feeling she felt standing on the podium, spraying Lewis Hamilton with champagne after his win at the Styrian Grand Prix last year.
External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar met his Bahraini counterpart in New Delhi on Wednesday. The two leaders met at Hyderabad house in the capital. Bahraini foreign minister Abdullatif Bin Rashid Al Zayani is on a three-day visit to India. The two countries held 3rd India-Bahrain high joint commission meeting. India and Bahrain agreed to deepen cooperation in areas such as oil and gas sector. The two ministers reviewed all areas of bilateral cooperation. The two countries vowed to step up bilateral trade and investment. Bahrain's foreign minister thanked India for supply of Covid vaccine. Watch the full video for more.
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External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar on April 07 met Foreign Affairs Minister of Bahrain Dr Abdullatif bin Rashid Al Zayani at Hyderabad House in the national capital. Ministers held delegation level talks. The Foreign Affairs Minister of Bahrain is on a 3-day visit to India to attend the third India-Bahrain High Joint Commission meeting.
Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu met Bahrainian Foreign Affairs Minister of Bahrain, Dr Abdullatif bin Rashid Al Zayani at Upa Rashtrapati Niwas in Delhi on April 07. The Foreign Affairs Minister of Bahrain is on a 3-day visit to India to attend the third India-Bahrain High Joint Commission meeting.