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Mark Gero

Mark Gero
Mark is a motorsports journalist specializing in the field for the last 16 years in Formula 1 with experience in covering team launches, feature stories and race weekends during the season. In addition, Mark covers the World Endurance Championship, which includes the 24 Hours of Lemans. He also speaks French up to an intermediate level, with a basic understanding of German. Have worked for agencies as Racing Information Service News, Racing Nation, Fansided, the Munich Eye Newspaper in Munich, Germany, and Autoweek magazine. Mark is also a knowledgeable Formula 1 driver after graduating from both the F1 International and AGS racing academies.

F1 Midweek: With Hungary Over, Now it is Silly Season!!

It might be nice to take a break following last week’s Hungarian Grand Prix. Most F1 drivers are looking forward to relaxing for the next few weeks until the season resumes in the last week of August at the famous Spa- Francorchamps circuit in Belgium. Unfortunately, the problem is those …

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Lewis Hamilton Cruises To Victory in Hungary

Lewis Hamilton was very cautious about the Hungarian Grand Prix on Sunday, after taking pole position the previous day. But the Briton had no difficulties in controlling the race from the start and took his sixth win at this Hungaroring circuit by just over 17 seconds over rival Sebastian Vettel, …

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Lewis Hamilton Takes Advantage of Sebastian Vettel’s Error, Wins in Germany

Lewis Hamilton never thought he could be so lucky Sunday (July 22) at the German Grand Prix at Hockenheim. But the Briton emerged an unlikely winner on what was a catastrophic day for rival Sebastian Vettel. Starting 14th, the Briton quickly moved up the grid. After a speedy start, late …

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Sebastian Vettel Breaks Track Record, Takes Pole in Germany

Sebastian Vettel continued his quest for his fifth world championship by grabbing a last-minute track record pole position time of 1:11:212 to beat Finns Valtteri Bottas and Kimi Raikkonen Saturday afternoon for Sunday’s German Grand Prix at Hockenheim. Vettel’s time was done with seconds to go in the final session, …

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Daniel Ricciardo, Max Verstappen Top F1 Practices in Germany

Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen proved Friday (July 20) that their Red Bulls could match the top two teams by leading the two practice sessions in preparation for Sunday’s German Grand Prix at Hockenheim. Ricciardo had to make an engine change before the opening session. Verstappen also had to deal …

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