Lewis Hamilton scored the 85th victory of his Formula One career, his first of the 2020 season and his second win at the Red Bull Ring, winning out over his Mercedes team mate Valtteri Bottas and the Red Bull of Max Verstappen.
Valtteri Bottas claimed his eighth victory in Formula One, his first of the 2020 season and second at the Austrian Grand Prix.After a late grid penalty, Lewis Hamilton started the race from P5.
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Lewis Hamilton claimed his 84th victory in Formula One – his eleventh of the 2019 season and fifth at the Yas Marina Circuit, Max Verstappen overcame a power unit problem to pass Charles Leclerc and finish second .
Lewis Hamilton finished the race in P2 after starting from P5 on the grid, securing his sixth World Championship title and the team’s ninth 1-2 of the 2019 season. Valtteri Bottas’ fourth win of the season at the United States Grand Prix , Hamilton finishing the race in second, having fended off a late attack from Red Bull’s Max Verstappen.
Lewis Hamilton claimed his 82nd win in Formula One, his eighth of the 2019 season and fourth at the Russian Grand Prix, Valtteri Bottas came home in second place after starting fourth on the grid, securing the eighth 1-2 for the team in 2019.
Scuderia Ferrari dominated the 12th edition of the Singapore Grand Prix with Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc finishing first and second. The result was down to a perfect strategy that led to the team’s 84th one-two finish in Formula 1. The key moments were the pit stops, with Seb’s on lap 19 and Charles’ on 20. From a situation where the team was running first and third, after all the major players had pitted, the two SF90s headed the field, although now with Sebastian ahead of Charles, who had started from pole and had led the early stages of the race.
Scuderia Ferrari has taken its first official win of the season, thanks to a great performance from Charles Leclerc at the legendary Spa-Francorchamps circuit. The Monegasque managed the 44 lap race to perfection, on his way to his maiden F1 win, the first also for a driver from Monaco. This fantastic result came at the end of what was a very difficult weekend for the world of motor sport, following the tragic death in Saturday’s Formula 2 race of young French driver Anthoine Hubert.
Lewis Hamilton claimed his 81st win in Formula One after a late move on Max Verstappen after converting to a two-stop strategy and completing a dramatic chase for the win. Lewis secured his seventh victory at the Hungarian Grand Prix, equalling the Canadian Grand Prix as his most successful race for wins
After two days of very hot weather, the German Grand Prix was held in wet conditions nearly all the way to the finish, leading to a chaotic race with multiple pit stops and four safety cars. Red Bull’s Max Verstappen eventually won the race, having stopped five times, ahead of Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel and Toro Rosso’s Daniil Kvyat.