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The 2019 Formula One Season will be the 70th season of the Drivers' World Championship and the 62nd season of the Constructors' Championship. The world championship will end in December for the first time in about 50 years.

Teams and DriversEdit

Constructor Chassis Tyre No. Driver Rounds Test/Reserve Drivers
Team Engine
Alfa Romeo-Ferrari C38[1] P 7 Finland Kimi Räikkönen[2][3] Sweden Marcus Ericsson
Colombia Tatiana Caldéron[4]
Germany Mick Schumacher
United States Juan Manuel Correa
Switzerland Alfa Romeo Racing[5][6][7] Ferrari[8] 99[5] Italy Antonio Giovinazzi[9][10]
Ferrari SF90[11] P 5 Germany Sebastian Vettel[12] Germany Pascal Wehrlein
New Zealand Brendon Hartley
Italy Davide Rigon
Italy Antonio Fuoco
Germany Mick Schumacher
Italy Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow[5] Ferrari 16 Monaco Charles Leclerc[13][14]
Haas-Ferrari VF-19[15] P 8 France Romain Grosjean[16][17] Brazil Pietro Fittipaldi[18]
Switzerland Louis Delétraz
United States Rich Energy Haas F1 Team[5][16] Ferrari[19] 20 Denmark Kevin Magnussen[16][17]
McLaren-Renault MCL34[20] P 55 Spain Carlos Sainz, Jr.[21][22] Brazil Sérgio Sette Câmara[23]
Spain Fernando Alonso
United Kingdom McLaren F1 Team[5] Renault[24] 4[5] United Kingdom Lando Norris[25]
Mercedes W10 P 44 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton[26] France Esteban Ocon[27]
Belgium Stoffel Vandoorne
Mexico Esteban Gutiérrez
Germany Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport[5] Mercedes 77 Finland Valtteri Bottas[28]
Racing Point-BWT Mercedes[29] RP19 P 11 Mexico Sergio Pérez[30]
United Kingdom SportPesa Racing Point F1 Team[5][31] BWT Mercedes 18 Canada Lance Stroll[32]
Red Bull-Honda RB15[33] P 10 France Pierre Gasly[34] 1-12 Switzerland Sébastien Buemi[35]
United Kingdom Dan Ticktum
Austria Aston Martin Red Bull Racing[5] Honda[36] 33 Netherlands Max Verstappen[37]
23 Thailand Alexander Albon[38] 13-
Renault RS19[39] P 3 Australia Daniel Ricciardo[40][41] Russia Sergey Sirotkin[42]
United Kingdom Jack Aitken[42]
France Renault F1 Team[5] Renault 27 Germany Nico Hülkenberg[40][41]
Toro Rosso-Honda STR14[43] P 26 Russia Daniil Kvyat[44] Switzerland Sébastien Buemi[35]
Italy Red Bull Toro Rosso Honda[5] Honda[45] 23[5] Thailand Alexander Albon[46] 1-12
10 France Pierre Gasly[38] 13-
Williams-Mercedes FW42[47] P 63[5] United Kingdom George Russell[48] Canada Nicholas Latifi[49]
United Kingdom ROKiT Williams Racing[47] Mercedes[50] 88[5] Poland Robert Kubica[51]

Changes from last seasonEdit

Team changesEdit

  • After twelve years of using engines powered by Renault, Red Bull signed a memorandum of understanding that would see them competing with engines made by Honda.[52][36] However, they will not be labelled with the name of their engine supplier.[53]
  • Sauber will officially be entered as Alfa Romeo Racing for the 2019 season, with the Italian manufacturer expanding their influence as title sponsor.[7]
    • The official entry list released on the 6 February 2019 would also list Alfa Romeo as the constructor of the chassis.[5]

Driver changesEdit

Mid-season ChangesEdit

Team changesEdit

Driver changesEdit

Season calendarEdit

World Championship ScheduleEdit

Outlined below is the full calendar for the 2019 FIA Formula One World Championship:

Round Grand Prix Date
1[60] Australia Australian Grand Prix 17 March
Albert Park
Official Title LXXXIV Rolex Australian Grand Prix
Circuit Albert Park Circuit
Location Australia Melbourne, Australia
Lap distance 5.303 km (3.296 mi)
Race distance 307.574 km (191.158 mi)
Date 17 March Laps 58
Local time 14:10 AEDT UTC 3:10
2[61] Bahrain Bahrain Grand Prix 31 March
Sakhir1
Official Title XV Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix
Circuit Bahrain International Circuit
Location Bahrain Sakhir, Bahrain
Lap distance 5.412 km (3.364 mi)
Race distance 308.238 km (191.571 mi)
Date 31 March Laps 57
Local time 18:10 AST UTC 16:10
3[62] China Chinese Grand Prix 14 April
ShanghaiCircuit1
Official Title XVI Heineken Chinese Grand Prix
Circuit Shanghai International Circuit
Location China Jiading, Shanghai, People's Republic of China
Lap distance 5.451 km (3.388 mi)
Race distance 305.066 km (189.6 mi)
Date 14 April Laps 56
Local time 14:10 CST UTC 07:10
4[63] Azerbaijan Azerbaijan Grand Prix 28 April
Baku City Circuit
Official Title III Grand Prix of Azerbaïdjan
Circuit Baku City Circuit
Location Azerbaijan Baku, Azerbaijan
Lap distance 6.003 km (3.731 mi)
Race distance 306.049 km (190.211 mi)
Date 28 April Laps 51
Local time 16:10 AZT UTC 13:10
5[64] Spain Spanish Grand Prix 12 May
Catalunya2007
Official Title LXI Emirates Gran Premio de España
Circuit Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
Location Spain Barcelona, Spain
Lap distance 4.655 km (2.893 mi)
Race distance 307.104 km (190.866 mi)
Date 12 May Laps 66
Local time 15:10 CEST UTC 14:10
6[65] Monaco Monaco Grand Prix 26 May
Circuit Monaco 2007
Official Title LXXVII Grand Prix Automobile de Monaco
Circuit Circuit de Monaco
Location Monaco Monte Carlo, Monaco
Lap distance 3.337 km (2.074 mi)
Race distance 260.286 km (161.769 mi)
Date 26 May Laps 78
Local time 15:10 CEST UTC 14:10
7[66] Canada Canadian Grand Prix 11 June
CircuitGillesVilleneuve
Official Title LVI Pirelli Grand Prix du Canada
Circuit Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
Location Canada Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Lap distance 4.361 km (2.71 mi)
Race distance 296.548 km (184.306 mi)
Date 11 June Laps 70
Local time 14:10 EDT UTC 19:10
8[67] France French Grand Prix 23 June
Circut Paul Ricard 2018 layout map
Official Title XCVI Grand Prix de France
Circuit Le Castellet
Location France Var, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France
Lap distance 5.842 km (3.631 mi)
Race distance 309.626 km (192.434 mi)
Date 23 June Laps 53
Local time 15:10 CEST UTC 14:10
9[68] Austria Austrian Grand Prix 1 July
Circuit Red Bull Ring
Official Title XXXVIII MyWorld Großer Preis von Österreich
Circuit Red Bull Ring
Location Austria Spielburg, Styria, Austria
Lap distance 4.318 km (2.684 mi)
Race distance 306.452 km (190.461 mi)
Date 1 July Laps 71
Local time 15:10 CEST UTC 14:10
10[69] United Kingdom British Grand Prix 14 July
SilverstoneArena2010
Official Title LXXII Rolex British Grand Prix
Circuit Silverstone
Location United Kingdom Northamptonshire, United Kingdom
Lap distance 5.891 km (3.661 mi)
Race distance 306.198 km (190.303 mi)
Date 14 July Laps 52
Local time 14:10 BST UTC 14:10
11[70] Germany German Grand Prix 28 July
Hockenheimring2002
Official Title LXXVIII Mercedes-Benz Großer Preis von Deutschland
Circuit Hockenheimring
Location Germany Hockenheim, Baden-Württemburg, Germany
Lap distance 4.574 km (2.843 mi)
Race distance 306.458 km (190.465 mi)
Date 28 July Laps 67
Local time 15:10 CEST UTC 14:10
12[71] Hungary Hungarian Grand Prix 4 August
Hungaroring
Official Title XXXV Magyar Nagydíj
Circuit Hungaroring
Location Hungary Mogyoród, Hungary
Lap distance 4.381 km (2.723 mi)
Race distance 306.630 km (190.572 mi)
Date 4 August Laps 70
Local time 15:10 CEST UTC 14:10
13[72] Belgium Belgian Grand Prix 1 September
Track map of Spa-Francorchamps in Belgium
Official Title LXXIV Johnnie Walker Grote Prijs van Belgie
Circuit Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps
Location Belgium Spa, Belgium
Lap distance 7.004 km (4.353 mi)
Race distance 308.052 km (191.456 mi)
Date 1 September Laps 44
Local time 15:10 CEST UTC 14:10
14[73] Italy Italian Grand Prix 8 September
Monza2000
Official Title XC Gran Premio Heineken d'Italia
Circuit Autodromo Nazionale Monza
Location Italy Monza, Lombardy, Italy
Lap distance 5.793 km (3.6 mi)
Race distance 306.720 km (190.628 mi)
Date 8 September Laps 53
Local time 15:10 CEST UTC 14:10
15[74] Singapore Singapore Grand Prix 22 September
Singapore Street Circuit 2015
Official Title XII Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix
Circuit Marina Bay Street Circuit
Location Singapore Marina Bay, Singapore
Lap distance 5.063 km (3.147 mi)
Race distance 308.706 km (191.862 mi)
Date 22 September Laps 61
Local time 20:10 SGT UTC 13:10
16[75] Russia Russian Grand Prix 29 September
Russian Grand Prix 2014
Official Title VIII VTB Russian Grand Prix
Circuit Sochi Autodrom
Location Russia Sochi, Russia
Lap distance 5.848 km (3.635 mi)
Race distance 309.745 km (192.508 mi)
Date 29 September Laps 53
Local time 14:10 MSK UTC 12:10
17[70] Japan Japanese Grand Prix 13 October
SuzukaCircuit2005
Official Title XLV Japanese Grand Prix
Circuit Suzuka Circuit
Location Japan Suzuka, Mie Prefecture, Japan
Lap distance 5.807 km (3.609 mi)
Race distance 307.471 km (191.094 mi)
Date 13 October Laps 53
Local time 14:10 JST UTC 06:10
18[76] Mexico Mexican Grand Prix 27 October
CircuitoftheAmericas2012
Official Title XXI Gran Premio de Mexico
Circuit Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez
Location Mexico Mexico City, Federal District, Mexico
Lap distance 4.304 km (2.675 mi)
Race distance 305.354 km (189.779 mi)
Date 27 October Laps 71
Local time 13:10 ZCT UTC 19:10
19[77] United States United States Grand Prix 3 November
CircuitoftheAmericas2012
Official Title XLIV United States Grand Prix
Circuit Circuit of the Americas
Location United States Austin, Texas, USA
Lap distance 5.513 km (3.426 mi)
Race distance 308.405 km (191.675 mi)
Date 3 November Laps 56
Local time 13:10 CST UTC 19:10
20[78] Brazil Brazilian Grand Prix 17 November
Interlagos1990
Official Title XLVIII Grande Premio do Brasil
Circuit Autódromo José Carlos Pace
Location Brazil São Paulo, Brazil
Lap distance 4.309 km (2.678 mi)
Race distance 305.909 km (190.124 mi)
Date 17 November Laps 71
Local time 14:10 BRT UTC 17:10
21[79] United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 1 December
Circuit Yas-Island
Official Title XI Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
Circuit Yas Marina Circuit
Location United Arab Emirates Yas Island, Abu Dhabi
Lap distance 5.554 km (3.452 mi)
Race distance 305.355 km (189.779 mi)
Date 1 December Laps 55
Local time 17:10 GST UTC 13:10

TestingEdit

Testing for the 2019 FIA Formula One World Championship would begin with a tyre test at the end of the 2018 season, before two pre-season tests staged at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya in February 2019.[80]

No. Test Circuit Date Report
1 United Arab Emirates 2018 Pirelli Tyre Test United Arab Emirates Yas Marina Circuit 27-28 November 2018 Report
2 Spain 2019 Barcelona Test 1 Spain Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya 18-21 February 2019 Report
3 Spain 2019 Barcelona Test 2 Spain Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya 26 February-1 March 2019 Report

RegulationsEdit

There were several major changes to the regulations for the 2019 season, most of which revolved around the front wing design and aerodynamics.[81] There would also be changes to the rear wing, DRS and barge boards, all in the pursuit of increasing the amount of overtaking, as well as an increase in fuel allowance.[81] Pirelli also made changes to their tyres, making them softer but with a smaller range of compounds, while bio-metric gloves and stronger helmets were also made compulsory in the eternal quest to increase driver safety.[81]

TechnicalEdit

There were to be a wide range of technical changes ahead of the 2019 season, with the aforementioned changes to the wings and barge boards the biggest revision.[81] Other changes included the addition rain lights to the rear wing end-plates, revisions to the mirror position and size, and re-positioning of the on-board cameras.[81]

Adjusting AeroEdit

The biggest feature of the 2019 F1 regulations would be the front wings, with increased restrictions on how many winglets.[81] The new design limited the number of elements on the wing to a maximum of seven, while also limiting the teams to two deflectors to push air over the car.[81] It was hoped that the new design would allow cars to follow one-another better, at the expense of marginally slower lap times.[81][82]

Elsewhere there were also modifications to the rear wing, which was to be increased in size by 100mm, with the DRS slot also expanded by 20mm.[81] These changes would effectively ensure that a car would punch a bigger hole through the air, increasing the effects of slipstreaming, while the 25% increase in DRS would also enhance the influence of the overtaking aid.[81] There were also reductions to the size of barge boards and brake ducts, reducing their aerodynamic effectiveness, as well as a marginal increase in weight to 740 kg including the driver.[81]

Safety SupplementsEdit

There were also changes on the safety front for drivers, with the successful introduction of the Halo device in 2018 prompting further changes.[81] Indeed, the FIA would implement a new standard for helmets, named the FIA 8860-2018 standard, which sported more ballistic materials, a ten millimetre reduction in the size of the visor, and more composite materials to enhance the effectiveness of the helmet.[81] Biometric gloves were another innovation, which would allow the on-track medical team to get instant information about a driver's heart rate and oxygen levels.[81]

Pirelli PerformanceEdit

For 2019 tyre suppliers Pirelli would introduce some major revisions to their "P-Zero" tyre range, which included a reduction in the number of available compounds.[83] Indeed, just five compounds from 2018 would survive, namely the Hard, Medium, Soft, Supersoft and Hypersoft, although only three colours would be used to identify each compound at a race weekend.[83] The hardest tyre at each weekend would be identified by white markings, the middle compound by yellow, and the softest tyre was to have red markings.[81]

Outlined below is the full range of compounds used by Pirelli, as they were marked during the 2019 Barcelona Tests:

Pirelli Tyres 2019
Pirelli 2019 C1 Pirelli 2019 C2 Pirelli 2019 C3 Pirelli 2019 C4 Pirelli 2019 C5 Pirelli 2019 Inter Pirelli 2019 Wet
C1 - Hard C2 - Medium C3 - Soft C4 - Supersoft C5 - Hypersoft Intermediate Wet

The Intermediate and Wet tyre compounds and tread patterns were identical to those used in 2018.[81]

Weighing UpEdit

2019 would see an significant change in the measuring of each car's weight, with the driver's weight no-longer taken alongside that of the car.[81] In reality 80 kg (minimum) of the 740 kg overall weight (up from 733 kg in 2018), was set aside for the driver and their equipment, with the driver's seat the only area in which ballast can be added to this 80 kg section.[81] The car itself would therefore have to reach a minimum weight of 660 kg, before fuel can be added.[81]

On the topic of fuel there would be an increase in the maximum allowance for each weekend, with each car allowed up to 110 kg, up from 105 kg in 2018.[81]

SportingEdit

There were no major changes to the sporting regulations for the drivers, although there was to be a minor tweak to the point scoring rules first introduced during the 2010 season.[81] Indeed, for 2019 the FIA would award a bonus point to the driver who set the fastest lap in the race, a rule that had last appeared in the F1 rulebook back in 1959.[84] The intention of the rule was to increase the amount of interest in the latter half of the race.[84] The fastest lap point was to apply only to drivers finishing the race inside the top ten.

Elsewhere, there would be a restructuring of the pre-weekend scrutineering procedure, with the teams themselves responsible for ensuring that their cars comply with the rules.[81] To do this teams would sign a declaration ahead of each race weekend stating that their cars conformed to the rules, with checks by officials across the weekend ensuring that these declarations were accurate.[81]

Outlined below is a full breakdown of the point scoring system for the 2019 FIA Formula One World Championship:

2019 FIA Formula One World Championship Championship Points Table
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th FL
25 18 15 12 10 8 6 4 2 1 1

Elsewhere, after the controversial end to the 2018 Canadian Grand Prix, a new procedure was introduced regarding the chequered flag.[81] For 2019 the "official" end-of-race signal was to be a chequered flag light panel on the start gantry, rather than the fluttering of the traditional black-white chequered flag itself.[81] The flag itself, as tradition dictated, would remain for 2019.[81]

Season ResultsEdit

TestingEdit

Test Track Date Fastest Driver Team Time
Pirelli Tyres United Arab Emirates Yas Marina Circuit Nov 27Nov 28
Barcelona 1 Spain Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya Feb 18Feb 21
Barcelona 2 Feb 26Mar 1

Race resultEdit

Round Event Report
Grid Result
1 Australia Australian Grand Prix Report
United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Germany Mercedes
1 Finland Valtteri Bottas
Germany Mercedes
Fastest Lap
Finland Valtteri Bottas
Germany Mercedes
2 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Germany Mercedes
Finland Valtteri Bottas
Germany Mercedes
Germany Sebastian Vettel
Italy Ferrari
3 Netherlands Max Verstappen
Austria Red Bull-Honda
1:25.580 on Lap 57
2 Bahrain Bahrain Grand Prix Report
Monaco Charles Leclerc
Ferrari
1 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
Fastest Lap
Germany Sebastian Vettel
Ferrari
2 Finland Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes
Monaco Charles Leclerc
Ferrari
United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
3 Monaco Charles Leclerc
Ferrari
1:33.411 on Lap 38
3 China Chinese Grand Prix Report
Finland Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes
1 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
Fastest Lap
United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
2 Finland Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes
France Pierre Gasly
Red Bull-Honda
Germany Sebastian Vettel
Ferrari
3 Germany Sebastian Vettel
Ferrari
1:34.742 on Lap 55
4 Azerbaijan Azerbaijan Grand Prix Report
Finland Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes
1 Finland Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes
Fastest Lap
United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
2 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
Monaco Charles Leclerc
Ferrari
Germany Sebastian Vettel
Ferrari
3 Germany Sebastian Vettel
Ferrari
1:43.009 on Lap 50
5 Spain Spanish Grand Prix Report
Finland Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes
1 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
Fastest Lap
United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
2 Finland Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes
United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
Germany Sebastian Vettel
Ferrari
3 Netherlands Max Verstappen
Red Bull-Honda
1:18.492 on Lap 54
6 Monaco Monaco Grand Prix Report
United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
1 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
Fastest Lap
Finland Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes
2 Germany Sebastian Vettel*
Ferrari
France Pierre Gasly
Red Bull-Honda
Netherlands Max Verstappen
Red Bull-Honda
3 Finland Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes
1:14.279 on Lap 72
7 Canada Canadian Grand Prix Report
Germany Sebastian Vettel
Ferrari
1 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
Fastest Lap
United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
2 Germany Sebastian Vettel
Ferrari
Finland Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes
Monaco Charles Leclerc
Ferrari
3 Monaco Charles Leclerc
Ferrari
1:13.078 on Lap 69
8 France French Grand Prix Report
United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
1 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
Fastest Lap
Finland Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes
2 Finland Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes
Germany Sebastian Vettel
Ferrari
Monaco Charles Leclerc
Ferrari
3 Monaco Charles Leclerc
Ferrari
1:32.740 on Lap 53
9 Austria Austrian Grand Prix Report
Monaco Charles Leclerc
Ferrari
1 Netherlands Max Verstappen
Red Bull-Honda
Fastest Lap
Netherlands Max Verstappen
Red Bull-Honda
2 Monaco Charles Leclerc
Ferrari
Netherlands Max Verstappen
Red Bull-Honda
Finland Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes
3 Finland Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes
1:07.475 on Lap 60
10 United Kingdom British Grand Prix Report
Finland Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes
1 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
Fastest Lap
United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
2 Finland Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes
United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
Monaco Charles Leclerc
Ferrari
3 Monaco Charles Leclerc
Ferrari
1:27.369 on Lap 52
11 Germany German Grand Prix Report
United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
1 Netherlands Max Verstappen
Red Bull-Honda
Fastest Lap
Netherlands Max Verstappen
Red Bull-Honda
2 Germany Sebastian Vettel
Ferrari
Netherlands Max Verstappen
Red Bull-Honda
Finland Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes
3 Russia Daniil Kvyat
Toro Rosso-Honda
1:16.645 on Lap 61
12 Hungary Hungarian Grand Prix Report
Netherlands Max Verstappen
Red Bull-Honda
1 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
Fastest Lap
Finland Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes
2 Netherlands Max Verstappen
Red Bull-Honda
Netherlands Max Verstappen
Red Bull-Honda
United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
3 Germany Sebastian Vettel
Ferrari
1:17.103 on Lap 69
13 Belgium Belgian Grand Prix Report
Race scheduled for September 1
14 Italy Italian Grand Prix Report
Race scheduled for September 8
15 Singapore Singapore Grand Prix Report
Race scheduled for September 22
16 Russia Russian Grand Prix Report
Race scheduled for September 29
17 Japan Japanese Grand Prix Report
Race scheduled for October 13
18 Mexico Mexican Grand Prix Report
Race scheduled for October 27
19 United States United States Grand Prix Report
Race scheduled for November 3
20 Brazil Brazilian Grand Prix Report
Race scheduled for November 17
21 United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Report
Race scheduled for December 1

Championship StandingsEdit

Drivers' World ChampionshipEdit

The full results from the 2019 FIA Formula One World Championship will be outlined below:


Driver Placings
PosDriver Flag of Australia Flag of Bahrain Flag of China Flag of Azerbaijan Flag of Spain Flag of Monaco Flag of Canada Flag of France Flag of Austria Flag of Great Britain Flag of Germany Flag of Hungary Flag of Belgium Flag of Italy Flag of Singapore Flag of Russia Flag of Japan Flag of Mexico Flag of the United States Flag of Brazil Flag of the United Arab Emirates Pts
1st Hamilton 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 5th 1st 9th 1st 250
2nd Bottas 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 2nd 3rd 2nd Ret 8th 188
3rd Verstappen 3rd 4th 4th 4th 3rd 4th 5th 4th 1st 5th 1st 2nd 181
4th Vettel 4th 5th 3rd 3rd 4th 2nd 2nd 5th 4th 16th 2nd 3rd 156
5th Leclerc 5th 3rd 5th 5th 5th Ret 3rd 3rd 2nd 3rd Ret 4th 132
6th Gasly 11th 8th 6th Ret 6th 5th 8th 10th 7th 4th 14th 6th 63
7th Sainz Ret 19th 14th 7th 8th 6th 11th 6th 8th 6th 5th 5th 58
8th Räikkönen 8th 7th 9th 10th 14th 17th 15th 7th 9th 8th 12th 7th 31
9th Kvyat 10th 12th Ret Ret 9th 7th 10th 14th 17th 9th 3rd 15th 27
10th Norris 12th 6th 18th 8th Ret 11th Ret 9th 6th 11th Ret 9th 24
11th Ricciardo Ret 18th 7th Ret 12th 9th 6th 11th 12th 7th Ret 14th 22
12th Stroll 9th 14th 12th 9th Ret 16th 9th 13th 14th 13th 4th 17th 18
13th Magnussen 6th 13th 13th 13th 7th 14th 17th 17th 19th Ret 8th 13th 18
14th Hülkenberg 7th 17th Ret 14th 13th 13th 7th 8th 13th 10th Ret 12th 17
15th Albon 14th 9th 10th 11th 11th 8th Ret 15th 15th 12th 6th 10th 16
16th Pérez 13th 10th 8th 6th 15th 12th 12th 12th 11th 17th Ret 11th 13
17th Grosjean Ret Ret 11th Ret 10th 10th 14th Ret 16th Ret 7th Ret 8
18th Giovinazzi 15th 11th 15th 12th 16th 19th 13th 16th 10th Ret 13th 18th 1
19th Kubica 17th 16th 17th 16th 18th 18th 18th 18th 20th 15th 10th 19th 1
20th Russell 16th 15th 16th 15th 17th 15th 16th 19th 18th 14th 11th 16th 0
Visual representation of point totals
Driver Pts
1st – Lewis Hamilton
250
2nd – Valtteri Bottas
188
3rd – Max Verstappen
181
4th – Sebastian Vettel
156
5th – Charles Leclerc
132
6th – Pierre Gasly
63
7th – Carlos Sainz, Jr.
58
8th – Kimi Räikkönen
31
9th – Daniil Kvyat
27
10th – Lando Norris
24
11th – Daniel Ricciardo
22
12th – Lance Stroll
18
13th – Kevin Magnussen
18
14th – Nico Hülkenberg
17
15th – Alexander Albon
16
16th – Sergio Pérez
13
17th – Romain Grosjean
8
18th – Antonio Giovinazzi
1
19th – Robert Kubica
1
20th – George Russell
0

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Head-to-head: Team-mate comparisonsEdit

Team mate comparisons
Mercedes
Lewis Hamilton 9 Out-raced 3 Valtteri Bottas
Hamilton Mercedes 6 Outqualified 6 Bottas Valtteri
8 Wins 2
10 Podiums 9
Position: 1st 250 Points 188 Position: 2nd
Ferrari
Sebastian Vettel 8 Out-raced 4 Charles Leclerc
Sebastian Vettel 2012 Bahrain GP 6 Outqualified 6 Charles Leclerc
0 Wins 0
6 Podiums 5
Position: 4th 156 Points 132 Position: 5th
Red Bull-Honda
Max Verstappen 11 Out-raced 1 Pierre Gasly
Max-verstappen 11 Outqualified 1 Pierre Gasly
2 Wins 0
5 Podiums 0
Position: 3rd 181 Points 63 Position: 6th
Racing Point-Mercedes
Lance Stroll 4 Out-raced 8 Sergio Pérez
Lance Stroll 0 Outqualified 12 Sergio Pérez
0 Wins 0
0 Podiums 0
Position: 12th 18 Points 13 Position: 16th
Williams-Mercedes
George Russell 10 Out-raced 2 Robert Kubica
x150px 9 Outqualified 3 x150px
0 Wins 0
0 Podiums 0
Position: 20th 0 Points 1 Position: 19th
Renault
Nico Hülkenberg 5 Out-raced 6 Daniel Ricciardo
Nico Hülkenberg 3 Outqualified 9 Daniel Ricciardo
0 Wins 0
0 Podiums 0
Position: 14th 17 Points 22 Position: 11th
Toro Rosso-Honda
Daniil Kvyat 7 Out-raced 5 Alexander Albon
Daniil Kvyat 7 Outqualified 5 Alexander Albon
0 Wins 0
1 Podiums 0
Position: 9th 27 Points 16 Position: 15th
Haas-Ferrari
Romain Grosjean 4 Out-raced 7 Kevin Magnussen
Romain Grosjean 6 Outqualified 6 Kevin Magnussen
0 Wins 0
0 Podiums 0
Position: 17th 8 Points 18 Position: 13th
McLaren-Renault
Carlos Sainz, Jr. 9 Out-raced 3 Lando Norris
Carlos Sainz, Jr. 4 Outqualified 8 x150px
0 Wins 0
0 Podiums 0
Position: 7th 58 Points 24 Position: 10th
Alfa Romeo-Ferrari
Kimi Räikkönen 11 Out-raced 1 Antonio Giovinazzi
Kimi Räikkönen 8 Outqualified 4 x150px
0 Wins 0
0 Podiums 0
Position: 8th 31 Points 1 Position: 18th

Pole Position TrophyEdit

The driver who scores the most pole positions over the course of the season will win the pole position trophy:

RankNo.DriverConstructorPolesEvents
1 44United Kingdom Lewis HamiltonGermany Mercedes4AUS · MON · FRA · GER
77Finland Valtteri BottasGermany Mercedes4CHN · AZE · ESP · GBR
3 16Monaco Charles LeclercItaly Ferrari2BHR · AUT
4 5Germany Sebastian VettelItaly Ferrari1CAN
33Netherlands Max VerstappenAustria Red Bull-Honda1HUN

Super Licence penalty pointsEdit

For more information, see Penalty points. Correct as of the 2019 Hungarian Grand Prix qualifying.

Rank No. Driver Team Points Issues
1 3 Australia Daniel Ricciardo France Renault 5 AZE (2), FRA (2 & 1)
2 5 Germany Sebastian Vettel Italy Ferrari 4 CAN (2), GBR (2)
3 99 Italy Antonio Giovinazzi Switzerland Alfa Romeo-Ferrari 3 MON (2), HUN (1)
4 8 France Romain Grosjean United States Haas-Ferrari 2 BHR (1), MON (1)
26 Russia Daniil Kvyat Italy Toro Rosso-Honda 2 CHN (2)
33 Netherlands Max Verstappen Austria Red Bull-Honda 2 MON (2)
44 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton Germany Mercedes 2 AUT (1), GER (1)
8 8 Denmark Kevin Magnussen United States Haas-Ferrari 1 MON (1)
10 France Pierre Gasly Austria Red Bull-Honda 1 MON (1)
11 Mexico Sergio Pérez United Kingdom Racing Point-BWT Mercedes 1 FRA (1)
18 Canada Lance Stroll United Kingdom Racing Point-BWT Mercedes 1 MON (1)
55 Spain Carlos Sainz, Jr. United Kingdom McLaren-Renault 1 CAN (1)
63 United Kingdom George Russell United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 1 AUT (1)

Constructors' World ChampionshipEdit

The full results from the 2019 FIA Formula One World Championship for Constructors' will be outlined below:


2019 FIA Formula One Constructors World Championship
Pos. Team Flag of Australia Flag of Bahrain Flag of China Flag of Azerbaijan Flag of Spain Flag of Monaco Flag of Canada Flag of France Flag of Austria Flag of Great Britain Flag of Germany Flag of Hungary Flag of Belgium Flag of Italy Flag of Singapore Flag of Russia Flag of Japan Flag of Mexico Flag of the United States Flag of Brazil Flag of the United Arab Emirates Pts.
1st Mercedes Hamilton 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 5th 1st 9th 1st 438
Bottas 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 2nd 3rd 2nd Ret 8th
2nd Ferrari Vettel 4th 5th 3rd 3rd 4th 2nd 2nd 5th 4th 16th 2nd 3rd 288
Leclerc 5th 3rd 5th 5th 5th Ret 3rd 3rd 2nd 3rd Ret 4th
3rd Red Bull Verstappen 3rd 4th 4th 4th 3rd 4th 5th 4th 1st 5th 1st 2nd 244
Gasly 11th 8th 6th Ret 6th 5th 8th 10th 7th 4th 14th 6th
4th McLaren Sainz Ret 19th 14th 7th 8th 6th 11th 6th 8th 6th 5th 5th 82
Norris 12th 6th 18th 8th Ret 11th Ret 9th 6th 11th Ret 9th
5th Toro Rosso Kvyat 10th 12th Ret Ret 9th 7th 10th 14th 17th 9th 3rd 15th 43
Albon 14th 9th 10th 11th 11th 8th Ret 15th 15th 12th 6th 10th
6th Renault Hülkenberg 7th 17th Ret 14th 13th 13th 7th 8th 13th 10th Ret 12th 39
Ricciardo Ret 18th 7th Ret 12th 9th 6th 11th 12th 7th Ret 14th
7th Alfa Romeo Räikkönen 8th 7th 9th 10th 14th 17th 15th 7th 9th 8th 12th 7th 32
Giovinazzi 15th 11th 15th 12th 16th 19th 13th 16th 10th Ret 13th 18th
8th Racing Point Pérez 13th 10th 8th 6th 15th 12th 12th 12th 11th 17th Ret 11th 31
Stroll 9th 14th 12th 9th Ret 16th 9th 13th 14th 13th 4th 17th
9th Haas Grosjean Ret Ret 11th Ret 10th 10th 14th Ret 16th Ret 7th Ret 26
Magnussen 6th 13th 13th 13th 7th 14th 17th 17th 19th Ret 8th 13th
10th Williams Russell 16th 15th 16th 15th 17th 15th 16th 19th 18th 14th 11th 16th 1
Kubica 17th 16th 17th 16th 18th 18th 18th 18th 20th 15th 10th 19th
Visual representation of point totals
Team Pts
1st – Mercedes
438
2nd – Ferrari
288
3rd – Red Bull
244
4th – McLaren
82
5th – Toro Rosso
43
6th – Renault
39
7th – Alfa Romeo
32
8th – Racing Point
31
9th – Haas
26
10th – Williams
1

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V T E 2019 FIA Formula One World Championship
Teams Alfa RomeoFerrariHaasMcLarenMercedesRacing PointRed BullRenaultToro RossoWilliams
Engines FerrariHondaMercedesRenault
Drivers alphabetically AlbonBottasGaslyGiovinazziGrosjeanHamiltonHülkenbergKubicaKvyatLeclercMagnussenNorrisPérezRäikkönenRicciardoRussellSainzStrollVerstappenVettel
Drivers by number 3 Ricciardo • 4 Norris • 5 Vettel • 7 Räikkönen • 8 Grosjean • 10 Gasly • 11 Pérez • 16 Leclerc • 18 Stroll • 20 Magnussen • 23 Albon • 26 Kvyat • 27 Hülkenberg • 33 Verstappen • 44 Hamilton • 55 Sainz • 63 Russell • 77 Bottas • 88 Kubica • 99 Giovinazzi
Other Drivers BuemiCâmaraFittipaldiLatifiOcon
Cars Alfa Romeo C38Ferrari SF90Haas VF-19McLaren MCL34Mercedes-AMG F1 W10 EQ Power+Racing Point RP19Red Bull RB15Renault RS19Toro Rosso STR14Williams FW42
Tyres Pirelli
Races AustraliaBahrainChinaAzerbaijanSpainMonacoCanadaFranceAustriaBritainGermanyHungaryBelgiumItalySingaporeRussiaJapanMexicoUnited StatesBrazilAbu Dhabi
Tests Barcelona 1Barcelona 2
See also 2018 Formula One Season2020 Formula One SeasonCategory
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