F1 racing has become a global phenomenon. Millions of fans watch the action live or on TV every year. The sport is also very lucrative. In 2017 alone, the top teams earned over $2.5 billion. F1 cars are some of the fastest vehicles ever built. They race at speeds of up to 300 km/h (186 mph) around tracks that cover almost 2 miles. There are 10 races that stand out from the rest. These include Monaco Grand Prix, Singapore Grand Prix, Australian Grand Prix, Spanish Grand Prix, Hungarian Grand Prix, Belgian Grand Prix, German Grand Prix, Italian Grand Prix, French Grand Prix, and British Grand Prix.
2019 German Grand Prix
The 2019 German Grand Prix was held at Hockenheimring from July 27th to 29th. This year saw Lewis Hamilton win his fifth F1 title after finishing third place behind Valtteri Bottas and Max Verstappen.
The German Grand Prix has been held since 1930 and is considered one of the most important races of the season. After the race, Mercedes won their sixth consecutive constructors’ championship.
It was a great weekend for Mercedes AMG Petronas Motorsport. They finished ahead of Ferrari, who had started the race from pole position. In addition, they also secured their fourth consecutive drivers’ championship title.
2012 Brazilian Grand Prix
2012 was Brazil’s turn at hosting Formula One racing. The country had never previously hosted F1, having instead been the inaugural host of the event back in 1950. This time around, Brazilians enjoyed the spectacle from their living rooms and even watched live on TV.
In August 2011, the FIA finally announced that it would return to South America after a 30 year absence. The race took place over 11 days, from March 9th to 21st, 2012. It consisted of three practice sessions, two qualifying sessions, and then the main race itself.
Brazil is a vast country, which means the distances were great between some tracks, the biggest being Interlagos, where the circuit itself measures 7.4km (4.6 miles). However, despite the lack of centralization, the event was well organized, and the drivers managed to perform brilliantly throughout the entire weekend.
2014 Hungarian Grand Prix
Hungary has always had a reputation for producing some of the fastest drivers in Formula One racing. This year, Hungary was also home to the 2014 Hungarian Grand Prix, held at the Hungaroring circuit near Budapest. The race was won by Red Bull Racing driver Sebastian Vettel, who took his third win of the season.
Formula One is the pinnacle of motorsport. It’s a series of races where drivers compete against each other in high-performance cars. The championship is decided over a number of events called Grands Prix (Grand Prix), usually held around Europe every two weeks.
2011 Canadian Grand Prix
With Formula One racing season well underway at Silverstone, England, today, April 28th, we take a look back at the race last year, which saw its fair share of drama.
“Canada hosted the final round of the 2011 Formula One World Championship, the Canadian Grand Prix, and Sebastian Vettel was victorious in his bid to become world champion,” says Michael. “It was a nerve-wracking race from start to finish, and Sebastian drove brilliantly throughout.”
2014 Bahrain Grand Prix
2014 was a year full of surprises in Formula One racing. The sport has changed dramatically since Bernie Ecclestone took over in 1993. He introduced rules, regulations, and safety measures that would eventually lead to safer cars (although they also led to faster cars) and improved TV coverage. Although Ecclestone retired in 2008, his legacy still lives on.
There are lots of reasons why drivers compete in F1. Some want to win races, earn prize money or simply enjoy driving great machinery. Others strive to break records, beat rivals or achieve personal best times. The 2014 season saw some epic battles between rival teams, rival drivers, and rival countries. Who did you think won the race?
2016 Brazilian Grand Prix
2016 was a great year for Formula One racing. The sport has seen its share of ups and downs over the years, but the 2016 season was particularly exciting. In 2015, Sebastian Vettel became the youngest driver ever to win the F1 title. He also became the first German to win the championship since Michael Schumacher in 2002.
Valtteri Bottas took home the trophy after a thrilling battle with Lewis Hamilton. The Briton had led the race from start to finish, but his Mercedes teammate came back at him throughout the final laps.
2019 Austrian Grand Prix
The 2019 Austrian Grand Prix was held at the Red Bull Ring on July 8th. The race saw Max Verstappen win his third consecutive F1 title. He became the youngest driver ever to achieve three titles. Max Verstappen has dominated Formula One since he joined the sport in 2015. His talent and speed have helped him become the youngest champion in history.
However, he had a tough season last year. He finished fifth overall and missed out on the championship after finishing behind Sebastian Vettel. This year, he hopes to improve on his previous performance and take home his third title.
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2012 Spanish Grand Prix
The 2012 Spanish Grand Prix was held at the Circuit de Catalunya in Montmelón, Spain. This race saw Sebastian Vettel take his third win of the season after starting from pole position. The 2012 Spanish Grand Prix was won by Fernando Alonso, who beat Mark Webber by 0.071 seconds.
The 2012 Spanish Grand Prix was won by Fernando Alonso. He had started from pole position and led the race until lap 19, when he lost control of his car and crashed into the barriers.
2018 German Grand Prix
The 2018 German Grand Prix was held at Hockenheimring from July 27th to 29th. This year, Mercedes AMG Petronas Motorsport won the race after Lewis Hamilton took pole position. In this article, I’ll tell you who won the race, why they won, and what happened during the race itself.
The 2018 Formula One season began on March 26th, 2017, and ended on November 18th, 2018. During this period, there were 21 races, each lasting three or four days. Each race has two qualifying sessions, followed by a single race. The winner of the race receives points, and the driver with the most points wins the championship.
Mercedes AMG Petronas won the race because they had the fastest car. They also had good strategy throughout the race, and their pit stops were flawless. Their drivers were able to overtake other cars easily, and they didn’t get caught out by traffic jams.
2012 European Grand Prix
The 2012 European Grand Prix was held at the Circuit de Catalunya in Montmelo, Spain. This was the final race of the 2011 Formula One season.
Nico Rosberg (Germany) took his third win of the season after starting from pole position. He led the race until lap 12, when he lost control of his car and crashed into the barriers. His teammate Lewis Hamilton finished second.