By winning his fourth Formula 1 World Championship, Lewis Hamilton became the most successful British driver in history and surpassed the achievements of his childhood hero Ayrton Senna. It was one of the great sporting achievements of the year, writes Luke Barry.
In the third episode of the ENRG Sport Podcast, Jamie Braidwood is joined by Luke Barry, Jade du Preez and John Menzies to discuss Lewis Hamilton, who is on the verge of a fourth F1 championship.
A passage in Jensen Button’s upcoming autobiography suggests that perhaps his partnership with McLaren team-mate Lewis Hamilton was not as friendly as it seemed. But is this so surprising? Rivalry amongst team-mates in motorsport is nothing new. By Luke Barry
With six races left of the 2017 Formula One season, Lewis Hamilton took a significant step towards claiming his fourth world championship in Singapore. But it was a spectacular, and potentially season defining, crash involving title rival Sebastian Vettel that dominated the headlines. By Ryan Nixon
It seems as if the romance of McLaren and Honda rekindling their previously dominant partnership will never have the fairy-tale ending many would have dreamed of. But a new and hopefully prosperous chapter is about to begin, and it’s called McLaren-Renault. By Luke Barry