Finally the strangest season in the history of the Formula 1. The global coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) completely went through the category’s 2020 calendar organization. However, from the International Automobile Federation (FIA) and Liberty Media (the company that has the rights to the category), they did a great job.
The race this Sunday will be a total uncertainty. The classification was defined in the last moments, since the first four cars are separated by only two tenths. Max verstappen took pole from the Mercedes at the last blink and for only 25 milliseconds. The Dutchman took the first of his season and the third of his career.
The good bye?
This Sunday may be the last race of the only Latin American driver on the Formula 1 grid. Sergio Perez says goodbye to the team Racing point and in case Red bull do not contact him, it will be goodbye to a career of 10 years, 10 poles and a victory. Tomorrow you will have the last chance to put your name on the seat that currently belongs to Alexander Albon.
Lewis Hamilton champion and equaled the mark of Michael Schumacher with seven world titles. The Briton reached 332 points, against 205 that he has Valtteri Bottas. Max Verstappen is 189, and is looking to be runner-up. In terms of equipment, Mercedes has 540 units, while Red Bull has 282.
Starting at 10:10 AM in Buenos Aires, Santiago de Chile, Montevideo and Asunción, the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix race will begin. For its part, in La Paz and Caracas it will be at 09:10 AM. In Quito, Lima and Bogotá it will be at 08:10 AM. Finally, in Mexico City at 07:10 AM. The transmission will be through ESPN or on the premium platform of Formula 1 (F1TV).
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