Formula 1 2019: Grand Prix Belgium race

The Formula 1 2019 is a championship race for Formula 1 cars, recognized by the international sports organization, Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA), which is the most advanced race ever. with racing cars. Teams and riders are planned to join the World Championship Riders and the World Championship Teams. 2019 is also scheduled to watch the thousandth Formula One Car Racing Competition.

About Formula 1 

Europe is the cradle of Formula 1 2019; All teams are based there and about half of the races are held there. More specifically, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland has produced the most championship riders (13), and the vast majority of championship teams (32). However, the scope of the sport has expanded significantly in recent years, and the Grand Prix is ​​now held around the world. Some races in Europe gradually shifted to races on other continents, especially Asia such as Bahrain, China, Malaysia and Turkey, Singapore held the first night race in 2008, the Sub United Arab Emirates started hosting in 2009 and India was added to the calendar starting in 2011. Out of 19 races in 2011 (not including GP Bahrain), 9 are outside the continent. Au

Formula 1 2019  is a major television event, with millions of people watching every race around the world. As the world’s most expensive sport [2], its economic effects are obvious, and financial and political battles have occurred in many places. An average of about 55 million people in the world watch Formula 1 2019  live. high from sponsors, turning into a huge budget for racing teams. Several racing teams have been bankrupt or sold to another company since 2000. The most recent example of this is the Super Aguri racing team that was denied entry to the Spanish Grand Prix and subsequently disbanded due to lack of funds after unsuccessful efforts to attract funding.

This sport is managed by FIA. The commercial rights of Formula 1 2019 are owned by Formula 1.

Formula 1 2019

The Belgian Grand Prix 2019 is the 13th race of this year’s competition, taking place on Sunday, September 1.

Before entering the Belgian F1 Grand Prix 2019, Lewis Hamilton has just won the 8th victory this season by overcoming pole-racer Max Verstappen on lap 67 of the Hungarian Grand Prix 2019.

Lewis Hamilton is currently 62 points away from teammate Valtteri Bottas in the Mercedes team. England more than 70 points compared to Verstappen. Mercedes is leading the teams and 150 points more than Ferrari.

Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel have each won 3 times. Kimi Raikkonen at most 4 times.

Lewis Hamilton is leading the rankings

Current F1 rankings

Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes – 250 points

Valtteri Bottas – Mercedes – 188

Max Verstappen – Red Bull – 181

Sebastian Vettel – Ferrari – 156

Charles Leclerc – Ferrari – 132

Pierre Gasly – Red Bull – 63

Carlos Sainz Jr – McLaren – 58

Kimi Raikkonen – Alfa Romeo – 31

Daniil Kvyat – Toro Rosso – 27

Lando Norris – McLaren – 24

Daniel Ricciardo – Renault -22

Sebastian Vettel won in Belgium last year

Belgian Grand Prix champion 5 seasons

2018 – Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari)

2017 – Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)

2016 – Nico Rosberg (Mercedes)

2015 – Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)

2014 – Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull)

Information about the venue

Belgium Grand Prix 2019 is held at Spa-Francorchamps in Stavelot.

Length of the track: 7km.

Lap: 44.

Length of the race: 308.1km.

Record 1 lap: 1 minute 46.288 set by Valtteri Bottas in 2018.

Belgium Grand Prix 2019 diagram

Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 2019: Lewis Hamilton ends the F1 season perfectly

Despite the early 2019 world championship, Lewis Hamilton had a spectacular performance at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix to close the F1 season with historic milestones.

Lewis Hamilton soon won the Formula 1 2019 world championship this season, but that did not calm the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. Fireworks exploded in the sky as the British racer crossed the finish line in the race he dominated from start to finish.

This is Lewis Hamilton’s 11th victory this season and the 84th in his career, only 7 victories away from Michael Schumacher’s record of 91 victories.

Lewis Hamilton closed the 2019 season with the perfect “script”

This is also the 50th time Lewis Hamilton won after starting in pole position in Formula 1 2019. And he takes the lead in every lap, even having the fastest lap record at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. The Mercedes star is even more runner-up than the runner-up to nearly 17 seconds.

His total score this season is 413, 5 points higher than his previous record set two years earlier. At the age of 34, he proved he had the experience to comfortably pass the steering wheel of Ferrari Charles Leclerc, who jumped ahead of Red Bull’s Max Verstappen in the first round.

Results Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 2019

However, Max Verstappen risked a successful breakthrough to overcome the Monaco boy at Turn 8, despite causing the two cars to bump into each other. As a result, Max Verstappen came in second, pushing Charles Lecerc to third in Formula 1 2019.