Four Races To Go To The Coronation

The Spanish Grand Prix is ​​just behind us. Who would have expected it differently: Lewis Hamilton took the win, followed by Max Verstappen in 2nd place and Valtteri Bottas in 3rd place.

2020 Spanish Grand Prix: Race Highlights

We deserve a little break before the next race in Belgium, Spa-Francorchamps, takes place on August 30th. Therefore, in this report, we draw a brief summary and summarize everything worth knowing about the Formula 1 circus in times of Corona.

Formula 1 is in full swing again – and of course, we will be there again this time! In this post, you will find everything you need to know about the course of this unique season so far.

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The Formula 1 racing calendar 2020

The Formula 1 calendar has fundamentally changed due to the pandemic. Instead of a worldwide spectacle, Formula 1 has moved to mainland Europe, with the first race in Austria. The season in times of Corona runs until September 27 and is limited to fewer rounds.

After the changes, the new racing calendar looks like this. In addition to Belgium, we are expecting two races in Italy and the grand finale in Sochi, Russia.

  • July: Austria, Spielberg
  • July: Austria, Spielberg
  • July: Hungary, Budapest
  • August: Great Britain, Silverstone
  • August: Great Britain, Silverstone
  • August: Spain, Barcelona
  • August: Belgium, Spa-Francorchamps
  • September: Italien, Monza
  • September: Italy, Mugello
  • September: Russia, Sochi

How has Corona affected Formula 1?

Corona not only turned the racing calendar upside down, the racing processes have also changed drastically. Due to the hygiene regulations, there are only empty stands, spacing regulations and limited contact between the teams.

In addition, mechanics have to wear masks, which is an additional burden at higher temperatures. So far, the teams have done well even under extreme conditions and made the most of this time.

We’ll see how the restrictions affect the rest of the race.

Who is your favorite for the next four races?

After the Spanish Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton was able to extend his lead – but the crown is far from certain. At the moment, teammate Valtteri Bottas and Red Bull driver Max Verstappen are fighting for second and third place – in theory, both still have a chance of first place!

If Hamilton unexpectedly falls backward in the following races and the second or third-place finishes a winning stretch, this could in an emergency push the undisputed number 1 from the top this season – the Jubilee Grand Prix showed us that Hamilton’s winning stretch can be interrupted.

Formula 1 remains exciting! We’ll be there again and live with the excitement in front of the screens!

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