Round 15 of Formula 1 Takes Us To Russia! Are You Ready?

Round 15 of Formula 1 Takes Us To Russia! Are You Ready?

Formula 1 Round 15 is here! Are you ready to race in Russia? After an astonishing 1/2 victory for McLaren, Round 14, we’re now heading to the Sochi Autodrom for the Russian Grand Prix. This race will feature 53 Laps, spanning 5.848km (3.634 miles) per lap and consisting of 18 turns. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) currently hold the fastest lap time from the 2019 F1 Season, 1:35:761. For a fresh recap, here’s the current standings:

Here are the Current Standings for Formula 1 Drivers Points:

  1. Max Verstappen – 226.5
  2. Lewis Hamilton – 221.5
  3. Valtteri Bottas – 141
  4. Lando Norris – 132
  5. Sergio Perez – 118
  6. Charles LeClerc – 104
  7. Carlos Sainz – 97.5
  8. Daniel Ricciardo – 83
  9. Pierre Gasly – 66
  10. Fernando Alonso – 50
  11. Esteban Ocon – 45
  12. Sebastian Vettel – 35
  13. Lance Stroll – 24
  14. Yuki Tsunoda – 18
  15. George Russell – 15
  16. Nicholas Latifi – 7
  17. Kimi Raikkonen – 2
  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 – 362.5
  2. Red Bull – 344.5
  3. McLaren – 215
  4. Ferrari – 201.5
  5. Alpine – 95
  6. AlphaTauri – 84
  7. Aston Martin – 59
  8. Williams – 22
  9. Alfa Romeo – 3
  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 drama-filled and is now heating up to boiling temperatures. The two’s collision from the last grand prix will be discussed for quite some time and the FIA is now taking a very close watch on the two drivers. The schedule for this race will be FP1 and FP2 on Friday September 24th, FP3 and Qualifying on Saturday September 25th, and the Main Race on Sunday September 26th.

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!

If you missed Round 14 details of Formula 1, the Italian Grand Prix, click here to read! Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix Recap September 2021 – A Good Reminder

 

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