Articles about 2019 Formula 1 Season

After spending this season as Merc’s reserve driver
“He has been an integral part of our championship success”
Bad news, gossipmongers: the Mercedes Formula 1 team has confirmed that Valtteri Bottas is staying for another season.F1's summer break is often a time for rumors, as discussions about on-track action are replaced with idle gossip about who might
He’ll take Pierre Gasly’s place at Red Bull after the mid-season break
Much like time itself, Formula 1 waits for no man. And so, having scored just 63 points compared to Max Verstappen's 181 so far this season, Pierre Gasly has been dropped by Red Bull.The 23-year-old Frenchman only made
We rate each team and driver
What a Formula 1 season it's been so far. Bet you didn't think we'd be saying that after the first four races. In fact, after the snooze-fest that was the French GP, many were writing F1 off completely,
We all know who won
Phew, that was a thriller, wasn't it? Silverstone-having just secured its short-term future with a deal to continue hosting the British GP until at least 2024-served up an absolute thriller of a race on Sunday.Bottas had beaten
This marks its 73rd all-time win
We bore witness to another thrilling finish in motorsports with the conclusion of the Austrian GP last June 30, 2019. For the 73rd time in its history, Honda has finally tasted Formula 1 glory again.Aston Martin Red Bull Racing's Max
The drama of career mode is also entertaining
Every year, we hear claims that this is the year someone will step up to challenge Mercedes' current run of dominance in Formula 1. And every year, Mercedes proceeds to mercilessly crush the competition like a runaway monster truck. Fool me once?
“It felt like home in the garage from the very first moment”
From the time he joined the Ferrari Driver Academy early this year, Mick Schumacher has become the program's most high-profile member. And the Scuderia seems keen to see him follow on the footsteps of his seven-time Formula 1 champion
An interview with McLaren's Lando Norris
Interview by Dan ReadWhen the lights go out for F1's curtain raiser in Melbourne this weekend, 19-year-old Lando Norris will become the youngest British driver ever to start a Grand Prix. He's also the youngest driver on this
Check out Mercedes-AMG’s unit
If either of the Mercedes-AMG F1 drivers crash this year, and lob their detachable steering wheel out of the car in frustration, then spare a thought for the intricate piece of space-age equipment that's just been petulantly wanged into
“Now it will no longer be only a matter of record and prestige”
Formula 1 returns this weekend, and now it's been confirmed that points will be awarded for the fastest lap at each race.Which means there's an additional 21 points on offer that contribute to both drivers' and constructors' championships. The
Ahead of the 2019 Formula 1 season opener in Australia
Sad news from Melbourne: Charlie Whiting, longtime Formula 1 race director, passed away on the morning of March 14, 2019, as a result of a pulmonary embolism. He was 66 years old.Whiting was already in Melbourne for the the season-opening
The new season kicks off next month. Keep an eye out for these mini-battles
Ferrari's protégé Charles Leclerc replaces Kimi Raikkonen. Big shoes to fill, but if any of the new young guns can do it, Leclerc's the one. His stunning drive in Baku to sixth place in a Sauber was the making
New wings here, new sponsors there—this is the class of 2019
Internet, say hello to the Formula 1 grid of 2019. Although if somebody told us that last year's cars had all just driven through a paint factory, we'd struggle to prove them wrong.The rule changes for 2019 have been
Is this Ferrari’s next Formula 1 champion? We might not have to wait long to find out
It's a sticky, airless day in Yas Marina, a 45-minute drive from downtown Abu Dhabi, a city whose skyline glitters with the UAE's eye-popping billion-dollar architectural ambition.Since the inaugural Abu Dhabi GP in 2009, this race
Will the Scuderia mark its 90th anniversary this year by winning the title?
This is the McLaren MCL34
McLaren has no shortage of race victories and championships from over 50 years of competing in Formula 1, but it's now been seven years since the team's last win and more than a decade since its last title. So far
Now powered by Honda
First things first: Yes, this the RB15, Red Bull Racing's 2019 Formula 1 car, looking like a Spider-Man cosplayer. No, it's not gonna carry on looking like this for the entire season-the livery is a one-off for
Will it bring a sixth consecutive championship for the team?
Last year, soon after claiming both Formula 1 drivers' and constructors' championships for the fifth consecutive season, Mercedes-AMG took a family photo of the five cars with which it has conquered the sport's turbo-hybrid era. That photo represents the
Here’s the black-and-gold Haas VF-19
Black and gold suits Formula 1 cars. Plenty of stunning and successful Lotus racers from the '70s will attest to that. So, about time the black-and-gold scheme was back on the F1 grid, no? Thanks to Haas, it will be
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