Formula 1 Round 21 Takes Us To Saudi Arabia! Are You Ready?

Formula 1 Round 21 Takes Us To Saudi Arabia! Are You Ready?

Formula 1 Round 21 is here! Are you ready to race in Saudi Arabia? The Qatar Grand Prix, Round 20, was an absolutely fantastic race and leads us towards last 2 races of the season. For Round 21, we’re now heading to the Jeddah Corniche Circuit in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia for the Saudi Arabia Grand Prix. This race will feature 50 Laps, spanning 6.174km (3.836 miles) per lap and consisting of 27 turns. No F1 driver holds the fastest lap, as this will be the debut race for the Jeddah Corniche Circuit in Formula 1!. For a fresh recap, here’s the current standings:

Here are the Current Standings for Formula 1 Drivers Points:

  1. Max Verstappen – 351.5
  2. Lewis Hamilton – 343.5
  3. Valtteri Bottas – 203
  4. Sergio Perez – 190
  5. Lando Norris – 153
  6. Charles LeClerc – 152
  7. Carlos Sainz – 145.5
  8. Daniel Ricciardo –105
  9. Pierre Gasly – 92
  10. Fernando Alonso – 77
  11. Esteban Ocon – 60
  12. Sebastian Vettel – 43
  13. Lance Stroll – 34
  14. Yuki Tsunoda – 20
  15. George Russell – 16
  16. Kimi Raikkonen – 10
  17. Nicholas Latifi – 7
  18. Antonio Giovinazzi – 1
  19. Mick Schumacher – 0
  20. Robert Kubica – 0
  21. Nikita Mazepin – 0

Here are the Current Standings for Formula 1 Constructors Points:

  1. Mercedes – 546.5
  2. Red Bull – 541.5
  3. Ferrari – 297.5
  4. McLaren – 258
  5. Alpine – 137
  6. AlphaTauri – 112
  7. Aston Martin – 77
  8. Williams – 23
  9. Alfa Romeo – 11
  10. HAAS – 0

In this Formula 1 race we can expect the continuous battle between this year’s rivals, thus far into the 2021 season; Mercedes (Lewis Hamilton + Valtteri Bottas) and Red Bull (Max Verstappen + Sergio Perez). Red Bull’s Max Verstappen and Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton rivalry is now only an 8 point difference, with the championship only 2 races away and Max in the lead. The schedule for this race will be FP1 and FP2 on Friday December 3rd, FP3 and Qualifying on Saturday December 4th, and the Main Race on Sunday December 5th.

Hopefully we will be seeing you there, or don’t forget to tune in, and be sure to support your favorite driver or team!

Thank you for stopping by and as always, please remember to drive safe!

Check our Previous Formula 1 article for Round 20 details, the Qatar Grand Prix!

Photo Credit for Image Used – Formula 1 Website

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