Top 5 F1 Phone Cases


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Lewis Hamilton

Born in Stevenage and of Grenadian descent, Hamilton made his motorsport debut racing RC cars at six. His father, Anthony, encouraged his son’s interest, and his first foray into full-scale motorsport came as a guest driver for Manor Racing during a round of the British Formula Three championship – where he went on to win!

McLaren signed Hamilton for 2008 alongside Fernando Alonso despite not knowing much about them and being unprepared to deal with new regulations at first; nevertheless, he managed to score seven podium finishes and one win that season to take fifth in championship standings; Alonso placed second while Heikki Kovalainen claimed third.

In 2009, Hamilton’s title bid was hindered by his MP4-24 car being so inconsistent, and only one victory (a dominant double at Silverstone) kept him competitive with Red Bull and Ferrari. A solid second half to the season allowed him to regain some lost ground by scoring victories in Turkey and Canada.

Hamilton continued racing at McLaren in 2010, although the new MP4-26 wasn’t as competitive as expected. Still, he managed to score six podium finishes and two victories at the Nurburgring, as well as an equal number of fastest laps – an outstanding double performance from McLaren!

His battle against Verstappen was captivating to watch; the Dutchman quickly made himself felt and seemed to have the measure of Hamilton for much of the season, particularly after an incidental collision at Silverstone, which became a significant turning point in their rivalry – which continued through races held in Saudi Arabia, Monaco, and Singapore.

At home, Hamilton is dedicated to protecting the environment and supports several environmental charities. His two beloved dogs, Roscoe and Coco, travel around with him. Additionally, he owns multiple electric vehicles and helped Mercedes’ Project One hypercar development team as well as the Extreme E off-road racing series aimed at taking rally racing into environmentally impacted locations.

Charles Leclerc

Charles Leclerc is one of Formula 1’s rising young talents, and his debut season with Ferrari was nothing short of phenomenal. After making an outstanding rise through the ranks and winning both the GP3 Series championship and the FIA Formula 2 Championship championship in 2016, Charles made his Formula One debut for Sauber in 2018, quickly becoming a fan favorite due to his daring driving style and daring driving approach.

Leclerc had an outstanding rookie season. He earned points in five races and finished seventh in four of them, qualifying top-10 for both Russian and Brazilian Grands Prix as his best qualifying performances of 2018. Due to these achievements, he was promoted by Ferrari alongside Sebastian Vettel for the 2020-2021 seasons.

Leclerc made an instantaneous impact at Ferrari and was unafraid of going head-to-head with established number one Sebastian Vettel. Soon enough, he scored his maiden win – coming during a tragic weekend at Spa-Francorchamps as an emotional tribute to Anthoine Hubert, who died tragically while racing Formula 2. Shortly afterward, at Monza, Leclerc gave notice that they had found their new hero.

Leclerc had an even stronger second half of the season. He won at Monaco after an intense duel with Lewis Hamilton and claimed pole position again at Austria before engaging in a fierce struggle for victory with Max Verstappen at Red Bull Ring.

Leclerc’s only disappointment of the season occurred in Abu Dhabi. Qualifying sixth but receiving a three-place grid penalty due to an infringement during Q3, Leclerc started eighth but later made up ground as Verstappen received his three-place grid penalty due to colliding with him at the start. Leclerc went on to finish fourth place, just 30 points shy of champion Vettel, and was awarded an extended contract from Scuderia Ferrari.

Lando Norris

Lando Norris is one of the most exciting young drivers in Formula 1. Racing for McLaren, Lando is fast and has an excellent chance to rise through the ranks. His many fans believe him and act as an inspiration for future F1 drivers. To show your support, get a phone case featuring Lando Norris’s logo or design; alternatively, you could purchase stylish clothing featuring his likeness or buy stylish hoodies or hats to show your devotion and admiration for this rising star!

Norris has made an immediate impact during his first season in F1, yet at the Canadian Grand Prix was far from impressive. After George Russell crashed into the wall and caused a Safety Car deployment, Norris was penalized five seconds by stewards for “unsportsmanlike behavior” and finishing outside of points, but teammate Oscar Piastri took two precious moments for their team. Find Lando Norris cases and covers in soft snap or authoritarian styles to protect your iPhone; our patients come complete with high-quality prints that won’t fade over time! Our covers feature high-quality images that won’t fade over time!

Nico Rosberg

Rosberg overcame an uneven start to the season by scoring multiple podium finishes and ultimately taking first place in China, retaking his title from teammate Hamilton and winning the race outright.

German driver Sebastian Vettel continued his dominant performance during the second half of 2018, which culminated in a record-tying fifth victory at the Monaco Grand Prix and two wins in Abu Dhabi, giving him a clear edge over teammate Valtteri Bottas going into the final races of 2018.

A dramatic and tense finish saw both drivers battle it out for the title until Rosberg suffered technical issues that helped swing it in Hamilton’s favor. They often competed for control of a particular section of road, so the final race was nerve-wracking as Rosberg started in pole position but made an early mistake that put his rival ahead and finished second to take home the championship crown.

Rosberg and Hamilton quickly formed an excellent pair. Both men had immense respect for one another, working effectively together. Furthermore, they enjoyed engaging in playful hijinks such as tossing mattresses out of hotel rooms or staging spontaneous foot races down corridors.

Although rivals, Rosberg and Hamilton usually managed to put aside their differences on the track. There were occasionally heated exchanges, including an incident at the 2010 Malaysian Grand Prix when Rosberg collided with Hamilton while racing for position and one more at 2014’s Brazilian Grand Prix where Hamilton accidentally clipped Rosberg’s car while running. However, most often, their differences could be set aside once on track.

Rosberg remains heavily involved with motorsport since his early retirement from F1. He works as a commentator for both Sky and RTL television channels as well as hosting his podcast; furthermore, he remains dedicated to training the next generation of Formula 1 drivers through Rosberg Racing young driver’s academy, in addition to becoming a Greentech entrepreneur by investing in projects like Lilium, Chargepoint, and Lyft.