Hey team, took some lessons learned to Austin and new challenges to Mexico.
Hey team, it takes more than just a driver to get a car running, so let me show you some more of our team.
Hey team, we went from a tough day in Sochi to a career-best qualifying effort in Japan. But frustrations continued on race day.
Having gone into the race with high hopes, Brendon Hartley runs through his debrief of a tough Singapore Grand-Prix.
Hey team, a tough couple of weeks for me with neither race going as planned. Looking to keep fighting.
Hi guys, I thought it would be fun to show you behind the scenes from Spa.
Hey everyone, whilst in Monaco I answered some of your questions from Reddit.
For my summer break, I decided to try a different kind of race. And traded four wheels for two.
Hi team. Back-to-back races in Germany and Hungary. Weather was tricky, but great team effort.
Hi team. The first triple-header in Formula One history handed us our fair share of bad luck, but we learned a lot.
Hi team. It was a disappointing Sunday after a strong weekend for us. Here are my thoughts on Montreal.
Hi team! A frustrating end to an exciting weekend on the streets of Monte Carlo.
Last week, Formula One driver Brendon Hartley had a less than traditional commute to work.
Welcome to The Rookie, a series documenting Brendon Hartley’s debut season in Formula One.
Hi team! I wanted to share some thoughts on scoring my first Formula One point in Baku.
Welcome to Life Out Loud. In this addition, Brendon Hartley and Mark Webber discuss some of their highs and lows throughout their careers.
Hi team! We’re getting ready for Baku. Watch for my thoughts on the Chinese Grand Prix and our team heading to Azerbaijan.
Hi team! I’m on my way to China after the second grand prix of the season in Bahrain.
I was lucky enough to spend two extra weeks in Australia after the Grand Prix, having some laughs and training with Mark Webber.
I'm here in Melbourne after the first grand prix of the season. Here are my thoughts on the weekend and our team heading into Bahrain.
In 2009, I was one injury or illness away from racing an F1 car. That close. And that’s when it all began to fall apart.