Ferrari team-mate Charles Leclerc might well be the chief beneficiary of Sebastian Vettel's 2019 Formula One misery.
After being rear-ended by Sebastian Vettel, Max Verstappen was in disbelief that he managed to finish the British Grand Prix in fifth.
Four-time F1 world champion Sebastian Vettel conceded he was to blame for his collision with Max Verstappen at the British Grand Prix.
He secured a record sixth British Grand Prix victory at Silverstone on Sunday and the winning feeling is not fading for Lewis Hamilton.
A sixth British Grand Prix victory was secured by Lewis Hamilton, who extended his standings lead atop the F1 drivers' championship.
Trailing Lewis Hamilton by 31 points, Valtteri Bottas is bidding to move back into title contention at his team-mate's home race.
With Lewis Hamilton on track for a sixth world title, Nico Rosberg has backed the Mercedes driver to break Michael Schumacher's F1 records.
Charles Leclerc outshone Sebastian Vettel in qualifying at Silverstone, leaving the four-time world champion keen to bounce back.
After coming out on top of a dramatic British Grand Prix qualifying session, Valtteri Bottas knew he had pulled off an impressive feat.
In an incredibly close qualifying session at Silverstone, Valtteri Bottas narrowly beat Lewis Hamilton and Charles Leclerc to grab pole.