After 1262 laps across 21 countries, Formula One finally brought the curtain down on a thrilling season at Yas Marina with the 2019 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix weekend.
This weekend saw Formula One head to Interlagos, Brazil for the 2019 Brazilian Grand Prix, which marked the penultimate round of the 2019 season.
Alfa Romeo has announced that Antonio Giovinazzi will continue to race for the team in 2020, partnering Kimi Raikkonen once again.
After a dramatic Mexican Grand Prix last weekend, Formula One headed up to Austin, Texas as Lewis Hamilton looked to finally seal his sixth title at the 2019 US Grand Prix.
This weekend saw Formula One touch down in Mexico City for the 2019 Mexican Grand Prix, as Lewis Hamilton had the first of four championship points over Valtteri Bottas if he was to land a sixth title.
As Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes closed in on a sixth driver and constructor title, Formula One headed to Suzuka, Japan for the 2019 Japanese Grand Prix.
Following a thrilling Singapore Grand Prix, Formula One quickly headed north to Sochi Autodrom for the 2019 Russian Grand Prix, where Mercedes were hoping to revive their fortunes.
Formula One kicked off the final third of the 2019 season this weekend as Ferrari headed to Singapore with excellent momentum, whilst Lewis Hamilton is still set for a sixth world title.
Formula One is such an expensive hobby that people rarely get a chance to see it live and luckily I have attended last weekend’s Italian Grand Prix, so am going to share with you what F1 is like from a live perspective.
After the emotion and difficulty of Belgium, Formula One quickly moved on to Monza, Italy as Ferrari looked to follow up their first win of the season with a home victory at the 2019 Italian Grand Prix and end Mercedes’ dominance around here in the hybrid era.