Congrats Mercedes … fourth straight constructors’ crown

So, how does it feel like to be world champions? Well, it never gets old, that’s for certain! No matter whether it’s your first title, or a repeat experience, every single time brings with it a unique cocktail of emotions. A mixture of delight, pride and humility – savouring an objective achieved, yet already looking ahead to the next challenge to be tackled. 

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Hamilton wins USA Grand Prix, Double podium Ferrari

Today’s 75th Formula One victory for the Mercedes-Benz Silver Arrows sealed the fourth consecutive Constructors’ Championship for the team . Hamilton  raced to his 62nd career victory today – his fifth at the Circuit of The Americas and ninth of the 2017 season .Scuderia Ferrari is back on the podium thanks to Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen finishing second and third at the Circuit of the Americas, at the end of an incredible race that was action packed with passing moves and plenty of dramatic moments. 

Mercedes-Benz Petronas Motorsport (575 points) lead Ferrari (428 points) by 147 points in the Constructors’ Championship – an unassailable lead with three races remaining in the 2017 season

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Austin ….the “cowboy” Grand Prix

The story linking Formula 1 and the United States is a long and complex one. A story which, for several years, in two eras and at different tracks, crossed paths with that of Indianapolis, as the 500 Miles was part of the F1 world championship from the 50s to the 60s and also featured a backdrop of street circuits such as Las Vegas, Dallas, Detroit, Long Beach and Phoenix and permanent tracks at Riverside, Sebring, Watkins Glen, Indy again, before finally landing up at the Circuit of the Americas.

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Tasfe of F1 food in Mexico

In 2015, the pinnacle of motorsport returned Mexico after a 23 year absence and quickly became the go-to sporting event within Mexico. With a contract from 2015 to 2019, the newly renovated , world-class Autodromo Hermanos Rodríguez plays host to the return of F1ESTA to the country.

In its first two editions (2015 and 2016), more than 375,000 fans attended the race, making Mexico the second best attended Grand Prix worldwide (after Great Britain).

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What’s happen Ferrari?

Scuderia Ferrari comes away from Japan with the points for fifth after Kimi made up that same number of places off the grid. From the outset, Sebastian Vettel was robbed of any chance to fight for the win, when a spark plug on one cylinder failed. After Belgium Grand Prix for Ferrari began the problems and now what will happen in the next races?


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Charles Leclerc new F2 Champion

Charles Leclerc – FIA Formula 2 Champion. How does that sound?
It feels amazing! We’ve had a great season overall, and on the performance side we have always been very, very quick, and the only low on the performance side was the qualy in Monza and that was my fault because I wasn’t good enough in that session. But apart from that I think we have always been on top and this feels really great. 

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Brilliant Victory for Max Verstappen at the Malesian GP


The final Malaysian Grand Prix was won by Red Bull’s Max Verstappen from the second row of the grid, after stopping just once to change from supersoft to soft tyres. This was the strategy that was adopted by all the frontrunners, with the notable exception of Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel, who staged a brilliant fightback to fourth from last. The German chose to start the race on the soft tyres to try and gain track position, switching to the faster supersoft tyres on the same lap that Verstappen pitted from the lead to change from supersoft to soft. Vettel was then able to use the extra speed of the supersoft to make his way into the top four places.

Amber Lounge Fashion Show 2017

The annual Fashion Show run by Sonia Irvine, one of the most-mediated events of this F1 Grand Prix weekend, took place on Friday 26th of May over the pool of Le Méridien Beach Plaza Hotel, under the sunset of the Principality of Monaco.

The event hosted this year by Federica Masolin and Natalie Pinkham, Sky Sports F1 TV presenters in Italy and the United Kingdom, was held under the presence of His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco and welcomed numerous celebrities and international elite guests.

Among them we could see Formula One racing legend Sir Jackie Stewart on the behalf of his recently founded association “Race against dementia”, “Game of Thrones” actor Liam Cunningham, F1 driver Eddie Irvine, Former Miss France Laury Thilleman and Miss Vietnam World Australia Jolie Nguyen, American actresses Lindsay Lohan, Kate Upton and the sulphurous Baywatch’s star Pamela Anderson, only to name a few.

For the third time at Amber Lounge, F1 drivers-turned-models rocked the runway in Apsley Tailors, but also Michael Kors formal wear, in aid of this year’s charity partner, ‘Race Against Dementia’.

The ones to have trade their race suits for custom tailoring this year were Stoffel Vandoorne, Daniil Kvyat, Esteban Ocon, Pascal Wehrlein, Marcus Ericsson, Charles Leclerc and Marc Gene.

Followed on the catwalk the ‘ladies of Formula One’ (TV presenters in F1 and drivers’ partners) wearing SAFiYAA luxurious silk beachwear collection created by the renowned Silviya Neri exclusively for Amber Lounge.

The excitement did nothing but rising as the highly anticipated live performance time arrived.

While F1 drivers walked on water at the spectacular swimming pool setting, American singer Chris Willis – who’s the voice of many David Guetta’s hits such as “Love is gone; Money; Everytime we touch; Tomorrow can wait; Love don’t let me go and Gettin’ over you” – gave a sensational performance of his latest hit created with Guetta: “Would I lie to you”, alongside well-coordinated dancers.

After the energy-giving music act, the glamorous ladies of F1 continued to set the catwalk ablaze, wearing high heels and silk-made selected pieces from Silviya Neri’s latest collection.

To finish in style, Amber Lounge Founder and Monaco-based entrepreneur Sonia Irvine walked down the runway gracefully, hand in hand with her charming six-year-old daughter, Katie.

It was then time for the live auction to begin… It is thanks to very generous bidders that more than 450,000 € have been raised for Amber Lounge Charity, “Race Against Dementia” which helps leading important researches to fight this disease.

At the end of this perfectly held event, some guests like Pamela Anderson and Liam Cunningham went to have a prestigious and delightful gourmet dinner specially organised for the occasion, while others prepared themselves for an extravagant star-studded Fashion After Party with flowing exquisite champagne all night long and international DJs to set the dance floor on fire until sunrise.


List of famous figures for the fashion show:

H.S.H Prince Albert II of Monaco, Sir Jackie Stewart, Pamela Anderson, Kate Upton, Lindsay Lohan, Ross Brawn, Jenson Button, Eddie Irvine, Liam Cunningham, Gianluca Vacchi, Victoria Bonya, Chase Carey, Karen Coulthard, Maria and Pedro De la Rosa, Sheikh Salman al Khalifa Bahrain, Isabell Kristensen, Amanda Cronin, Marquise Roberta Gilardi Sestito and her husband Donato Sestito, Tamara and Eric Boulier, Hofit Golan, Lady Victoria Hervey, Laury Thilleman, Betty Bachz, Daniela Karnuts, Camilla Kerslake, Jolie Nguyen (Miss Vietnam Australia).