Formula 1 World Championship 2020


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Formula 1 World Championship 2020
Lewis Hamilton 2020 Tuscan Grand Prix - race day.jpg

World Champion
Driver: United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Constructor: GermanyGermany Mercedes
Season dates
Number of races: 17th
<2019 season

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The 2020 Formula 1 World Championship is the 71st season of the Formula 1 World Championship . It was originally scheduled to begin on March 15th in Melbourne , Australia , and end on November 29th in Abu Dhabi . The start of the season but was on March 13 due to the COVID-19 pandemic postponed and took place in July 5 Austrian Spielberg instead.

Changes 2020

stretch

Originally foreseen calendar for 2020 occurred in the previous season to three major changes: addition of came Grand Prix of Vietnam on the Hanoi Street Circuit as a new race and the Grand Prix of the Netherlands at the Circuit Park Zandvoort , which for the first time since 1985 again should be carried out. The German Grand Prix , which was last held at the Hockenheimring , was no longer planned for the 2020 season.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic , numerous Grands Prix were postponed or canceled over the course of the year, which also affected the two new races. Overall, there have been major changes compared to the originally planned calendar, which means that for the first time in the history of the Formula 1 World Championship, two races were planned on the same racetrack within one season.

Technical regulations

In order to reduce the risk of tire damage in the event of contact with a vehicle in front, no metal parts must be left on the first five centimeters of the front wing end plates. Furthermore, the brake ventilation can no longer be bought, but must be developed by the teams themselves.

The amount of fuel that can be outside the fuel tank has been reduced from two liters to 250 milliliters.

Sporting regulations

Due to the extended racing calendar, three instead of two copies of the MGU-K can now be used per driver throughout the season .

Also due to the extended racing calendar, the test drives were further restricted: the two pre-season tests on the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya were shortened from four to three days each, and the test drives during the season, with the exception of tire tests, were abolished for future seasons. The test drives after the season will continue, but each participating team must use a driver on at least one day who has contested a maximum of two races in the Formula 1 World Championship at that time. In addition, the teams are now prohibited from covering their view of the vehicles during test drives. The curfew, d. H. the time during which it is not allowed to work on the vehicles at night on the race weekend has been increased from eight to nine hours.

In the event of violations in the weighing of the vehicles or in the case of early starts, the race stewards are given more leeway with regard to sanctioning. Up until now, a driver had to start the race out of the pit lane if he ignored a request to weigh in during free practice; for an early start, the driver concerned was previously given either a drive-through penalty or a ten-second stop-and-go penalty. Go-penalty proven.

Drivers who take part in free training sessions are entitled to additional FIA super license points . Every driver who covers at least 100 km during a free practice session receives an additional super license point, provided he has no penalty points. Drivers can collect a maximum of ten super license points per year from free training sessions.

tires

Standard supplier Pirelli had designed new tires for the 2020 Formula 1 World Championship. However, after the first test drives of the new tires at the end of 2019, the teams unanimously decided to forego the new designs and use the specifications of the previous season again.

Teams

The Scuderia Toro Rosso takes from 2020 under the name Scuderia AlphaTauri at the Formula 1 World Championship in part. The new name is derived from the clothing brand of the same name of the Red Bull Group , which the team still owns.

driver

Esteban Ocon , 2019 replacement driver for Mercedes , switched to Renault , where he replaced Nico Hülkenberg . Robert Kubica left Williams after just one season. He was signed by Alfa Romeo Racing as a test and reserve driver and also competes in the DTM for the ART Grand Prix . Kubica's successor at Williams was the previous test and reserve driver Nicholas Latifi , who made his debut in the Formula 1 World Championship.

In the run-up to the British Grand Prix , Sergio Pérez tested positive for the SARS-CoV-2 virus . So he was not allowed to take part in this and the following Grand Prix. The team signed Hülkenberg as a short-term replacement. Hülkenberg also drove in the following Grand Prix of the 70th anniversary . At the Eifel Grand Prix , Hülkenberg temporarily replaced the Lance Stroll, which tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 .

Teams and drivers

The overview lists all drivers who have signed a contract with a racing team as regular, test or substitute drivers for the 2020 season. The teams are arranged according to the constructors' championship of the previous year.

image team chassis engine tires No. Regular driver run Test /
substitute driver
Mercedes-AMG F1 W11 EQ Performance GermanyGermany Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team Mercedes-AMG F1 W11 EQ Performance Mercedes-AMG F1 M11 EQ Performance P 44 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton 1-14 MexicoMexico Esteban Gutiérrez Stoffel Vandoorne
BelgiumBelgium 
77 FinlandFinland Valtteri Bottas 1-14
Ferrari SF1000 ItalyItaly Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow Scuderia Ferrari
ItalyItaly 
Ferrari SF1000 Ferrari 065 P 05 GermanyGermany Sebastian Vettel 1-14 GermanyGermany Pascal Wehrlein
16 MonacoMonaco Charles Leclerc 1-14
Red Bull Racing RB16 AustriaAustria Aston Martin Red Bull Racing Red Bull Racing RB16 Honda RA620H P 23 ThailandThailand Alexander Albon 1-14 SwitzerlandSwitzerland Sébastien Buemi Sérgio Sette Câmara Jüri Vips
BrazilBrazil 
EstoniaEstonia 
33 NetherlandsNetherlands Max Verstappen 1-14
McLaren MCL35 United KingdomUnited Kingdom McLaren F1 Team McLaren MCL35 Renault E-Tech 20 P 04th United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lando Norris 1-14
55 SpainSpain Carlos Sainz Jr. 1-14
Renault RS20 FranceFrance Renault DP World F1 Team Renault RS20 Renault E-Tech 20 P 03 AustraliaAustralia Daniel Ricciardo 1-14 RussiaRussia Sergei Sirotkin
31 FranceFrance Esteban Ocon 1-14
AlphaTauri AT01 ItalyItaly Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda AlphaTauri AT01 Honda RA620H P 10 FranceFrance Pierre Gasly 1-14 SwitzerlandSwitzerland Sébastien Buemi Sérgio Sette Câmara Jüri Vips
BrazilBrazil 
EstoniaEstonia 
26th RussiaRussia Daniil Kvyat 1-14
Racing Point RP20 United KingdomUnited Kingdom BWT Racing Point F1 Team Racing Point RP20 BWT Mercedes P 11 MexicoMexico Sergio Perez 1-3, 6-14
18th CanadaCanada Lance Stroll 1-10, 12-14
27 GermanyGermany Nico Hulkenberg 4, 5, 11
Alfa Romeo Racing C39 SwitzerlandSwitzerland Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen Alfa Romeo Racing C39 Ferrari 065 P 07th FinlandFinland Kimi Raikkonen 1-14 ColombiaColombia Tatiana Calderón Robert Kubica
PolandPoland 
99 ItalyItaly Antonio Giovinazzi 1-14
Haas VF-20 United StatesUnited States Haas F1 team Haas VF-20 Ferrari 065 P 08th FranceFrance Romain Grosjean 1-14 SwitzerlandSwitzerland Louis Delétraz Pietro Fittipaldi
BrazilBrazil 
20th DenmarkDenmark Kevin Magnussen 1-14
Williams FW43 United KingdomUnited Kingdom ROKiT Williams Racing Williams Racing
United KingdomUnited Kingdom 
Williams FW43 Mercedes-AMG F1 M11 EQ Performance P 63 United KingdomUnited Kingdom George Russell 1-14 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Jack Aitken Jamie Chadwick Roy Nissany Daniel Ticktum
United KingdomUnited Kingdom 
IsraelIsrael 
United KingdomUnited Kingdom 
06th CanadaCanada Nicholas Latifi 1-14

Remarks

  1. At Racing Point, BWT takes on the name sponsorship for the Mercedes engines, which are therefore listed as BWT Mercedes in the registration lists. Despite the different name, the engines are identical to those used by the Mercedes works team and Williams.

Season preparation

19. – 21. February: Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya

The first week of testing took place on February 19-21 at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya in Spain. The test drives consisted of two daily units of four hours each, with a one-hour lunch break in between. For cost reasons, each team was only allowed to use one vehicle, but several drivers were allowed to take turns at the wheel.

All ten new cars made their track debuts in this test. At the start of the test on February 19, Lewis Hamilton in the Mercedes was fastest with a lap time of 1: 16.976 minutes ahead of his team-mate Valtteri Bottas , with whom he took turns at the wheel. Third was Sergio Pérez at Racing Point . Max Verstappen in the Red Bull covered the greatest distance with 168 laps, followed by Carlos Sainz jr. in a McLaren with 161 laps and Charles Leclerc in a Ferrari with 132 laps. The two Mercedes drivers drove 173 laps together, making Mercedes the team with the greatest distance. Lance Stroll covered the shortest distance with just 52 laps. The team with the fewest completed laps was Haas , Kevin Magnussen completed 106 laps over the entire day.

On February 20, Kimi Räikkönen was fastest in the Alfa Romeo with a lap time of 1: 17.091 minutes ahead of Pérez and Daniel Ricciardo in the Renault . Romain Grosjean covered the longest distance with 158 laps, ahead of Pierre Gasly in the AlphaTauri and Pérez. With 183 laps, Mercedes was again the team with the greatest distance, here again the two regular drivers had alternated.

On February 21, Bottas set the fastest time in 1: 15.732 minutes ahead of Hamilton and Ocon. Antonio Giovinazzi drove the greatest distance with 152 laps , followed by Stroll and Sebastian Vettel . Red Bull and Renault were the teams with the longest distance with 169 laps each. Haas drove the least again with 52 laps, Magnussen had an accident in the afternoon after only four laps due to a puncture.

26.-28. February: Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya

The second week of testing again took place on the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya from February 26th to 28th .

On February 26th, Robert Kubica was fastest with a lap time of 1: 16.942 minutes ahead of Verstappen and Pérez. Romain Grosjean drove the longest distance ahead of Bottas and Hamilton with 107 laps. Mercedes was thus the team with the most kilometers driven, both drivers together achieved 179 laps. Gasly drove the shortest distance with 25 laps. Since his teammate only drove a few laps, AlphaTauri was the team with the fewest laps.

On February 27, Vettel drove the fastest lap of the day with a time of 1: 16.841 minutes, followed by Gasly and Stroll. Nicholas Latifi covered the longest distance in the Williams with 158 laps, making Williams the most laps that day. Vettel and Gasly followed. Lewis Hamilton covered the shortest distance with just 14 laps, as he stalled on the track due to an oil pressure problem. As a result, Mercedes was the team with the fewest kilometers covered, Hamilton and Bottas drove 61 laps together.

Test results

Item driver constructor Best lap day 1 day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6 Round
01 FinlandFinland Valtteri Bottas GermanyGermany Mercedes 1: 15.732 1: 17.313 1: 19.307 1: 15.732 1: 18,100 1: 17.985 1: 16.196 435
02 NetherlandsNetherlands Max Verstappen AustriaAustria Red Bull Racing Honda 1: 16.269 1: 17.516 - 1: 17.636 1: 17.347 1: 17.738 1: 16.269 413
03 AustraliaAustralia Daniel Ricciardo FranceFrance Renault 1: 16.276 1: 17.873 1: 17.749 1: 17.574 1: 18.214 1: 18.395 1: 16.276 365
04th MonacoMonaco Charles Leclerc ItalyItaly Ferrari 1: 16.360 1: 18.289 1: 18.335 - 1: 18.244 - 1: 16.360 437
05 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton GermanyGermany Mercedes 1: 16.410 1: 16.976 1: 18.387 1: 16.516 1: 17.562 1: 22.425 1: 16.410 466
06th FranceFrance Esteban Ocon FranceFrance Renault 1: 16.433 1: 18.004 1: 18.557 1: 17.102 1: 21.542 1: 18.013 1: 16.433 372
07th MexicoMexico Sergio Perez United KingdomUnited Kingdom Racing Point-BWT Mercedes 1: 16.634 1: 17.375 1: 17.347 - 1: 17.428 - 1: 16.634 440
08th SpainSpain Carlos Sainz Jr. United KingdomUnited Kingdom McLaren-Renault 1: 16.820 1: 17.842 - 1: 18.274 1: 18.221 - 1: 16.820 442
09 GermanyGermany Sebastian Vettel ItalyItaly Ferrari 1: 16.841 - 1: 18.154 1: 18.384 1: 18.113 1: 16.841 - 401
10 United KingdomUnited Kingdom George Russell United KingdomUnited Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 1: 16.871 1: 18.168 1: 18.266 - 1: 18.535 - 1: 16.871 391
11 RussiaRussia Daniil Kvyat ItalyItaly AlphaTauri Honda 1: 16.914 1: 17.698 - 1: 17.427 1: 17.456 - 1: 16.914 395
12 PolandPoland Robert Kubica SwitzerlandSwitzerland Alfa Romeo Racing Ferrari 1: 16.942 1: 18.386 - - 1: 16.942 - - 112
13 FranceFrance Romain Grosjean United StatesUnited States Haas-Ferrari 1: 17.037 - 1: 18.496 1: 18.380 1: 18.640 - 1: 17.037 399
14th FranceFrance Pierre Gasly ItalyItaly AlphaTauri Honda 1: 17.066 - 1: 18.121 1: 17.783 1: 17.540 1: 17.066 - 369
15th FinlandFinland Kimi Raikkonen SwitzerlandSwitzerland Alfa Romeo Racing Ferrari 1: 17.091 - 1: 17.091 - 1: 19.515 - 1: 17.415 300
16 CanadaCanada Lance Stroll United KingdomUnited Kingdom Racing Point-BWT Mercedes 1: 17.118 1: 18.282 - 1: 17.338 1: 17.787 1: 17.118 - 339
17th CanadaCanada Nicholas Latifi United KingdomUnited Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 1: 17.313 1: 18.382 - 1: 19.004 1: 18,300 1: 17.313 - 341
18th ItalyItaly Antonio Giovinazzi SwitzerlandSwitzerland Alfa Romeo Racing Ferrari 1: 17.469 1: 20.096 - 1: 17.469 - 1: 19.670 - 321
19th DenmarkDenmark Kevin Magnussen United StatesUnited States Haas-Ferrari 1: 17.495 1: 18.466 - 1: 19.709 - 1: 18.225 1: 17.495 243
20th ThailandThailand Alexander Albon AustriaAustria Red Bull Racing Honda 1: 17.550 - 1: 17.912 1: 18.154 1: 17.550 1: 18.393 1: 17.803 365
21st United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lando Norris United KingdomUnited Kingdom McLaren-Renault 1: 17.573 - 1: 18.474 1: 18.454 1: 18.826 1: 17.573 - 355

Racing calendar

Original racing calendar

No. date Grand Prix (track)
01 March, 15 Flag of Australia.svg Australia ( Melbourne )
02 March 22 Flag of Bahrain.svg Bahrain ( as-Sachir )
03 April 5th Flag of Vietnam.svg Vietnam ( Hanoi )
04th April 19th Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg China ( Shanghai )
05 May 3 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Netherlands ( Zandvoort )
06th 10th of May Flag of Spain.svg Spain ( Montmeló )
07th May 24th Flag of Monaco.svg Monaco ( Monte Carlo )
08th June 7th Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Azerbaijan ( Baku )
09 14th June Flag of Canada.svg Canada ( Montréal )
10 June 28th Flag of France.svg France ( Le Castellet )
11 5th July Flag of Austria.svg Austria ( Spielberg )
12 July 19 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Great Britain ( Silverstone )
13 August 2nd Flag of Hungary.svg Hungary ( Mogyoród )
14th August 30th Flag of Belgium (civil) .svg Belgium ( Spa-Francorchamps )
15th September 6th Flag of Italy.svg Italy ( Monza )
16 September 20th Flag of Singapore.svg Singapore ( Singapore )
17th September 27th Flag of Russia.svg Russia ( Sochi )
18th October 11th Flag of Japan.svg Japan ( Suzuka )
19th October 25 Flag of the United States.svg USA ( Austin )
20th November 1st Flag of Mexico.svg Mexico ( Mexico City )
21st 15th of November Flag of Brazil.svg Brazil ( Interlagos )
22nd November 29th Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg Abu Dhabi ( Yas Island )

The provisional racing calendar was presented on August 29, 2019. With 22 races, it was the most extensive in the history of the Formula 1 World Championship.

Even before the start of the season, the Chinese Grand Prix planned for April 19 was postponed indefinitely due to the COVID-19 pandemic . The Bahrain Grand Prix , planned for March 22nd, was supposed to take place behind closed doors to prevent health hazards for spectators.

Two days before the event and two hours before the start of the first free practice session, the Australian Grand Prix planned for March 15 was postponed for the same reason. On the same day, the Bahrain Grand Prix and the Vietnam Grand Prix were postponed indefinitely. A few days later the races in the Netherlands and Spain were also postponed. The Monaco Grand Prix was completely canceled by the organizer for 2020, the first time since 1954 that the Monaco Grand Prix was not held. The postponed races should be made up for at a later date.

With the increasing number of canceled races, the Formula 1 organization increased its marketing for its accompanying, official e-sports series. This virtual championship was not about points for the world championship and only individual current Formula 1 drivers, such as B. Albon, Latifi, Leclerc, Norris and Russell participated in some races. Other drivers such as Verstappen and Vettel were very critical of participating in this virtual series and therefore did not take part.

The Azerbaijan Grand Prix , scheduled for June 7, has also been postponed, as has the Canadian Grand Prix . The Australian Grand Prix was no longer planned as a "postponed" event, but rather as a canceled event.

The French Grand Prix was also completely canceled by the organizers for this year, and the Dutch Grand Prix on the converted, new racetrack in Zandvoort was postponed to 2021. The races in Azerbaijan , Singapore and Japan as well as Canada , the USA , Mexico and Brazil have also been canceled for 2020, as has the Vietnam Grand Prix .

Revised racing calendar

On June 2nd, the Formula 1 organizers published a revised racing calendar. This initially consisted of only eight races that are held on the European continent.

On July 10th, two more races were confirmed at the Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello and in Sochi .

On July 24th, three more races were confirmed at the Nürburgring , in Portimão and in Imola .

Four more races were confirmed on August 25 and the 2020 race calendar was closed. A total of 17 races will take place in 2020.

Since there are sometimes several events in one country, but only one Grand Prix named after the country's name is allowed, the additional events will be renamed. This concerns Austria ( Grand Prix of Styria ), Great Britain ( Grand Prix of the 70th anniversary of Formula 1 ), Italy ( Grand Prix of Tuscany in Mugello and Grand Prix of Emilia-Romagna in Imola) and Bahrain ( Grand Prix of Sachir ) . Although the Grand Prix at the Nürburgring is the only event in Germany, the name Grand Prix of the Eifel is used because the rights to the name of the Grand Prix of Germany lie with the AvD , but the event is organized by the ADAC .

No. date Grand Prix
(track)
Distance
(km)
winner Second Third Pole
position
Fastest
race lap
Overall leader
driver
Overall leader
designer
01 5th July Flag of Austria.svg Austria
( Spielberg )
307.020 FinlandFinland Valtteri Bottas
( Mercedes )
MonacoMonaco Charles Leclerc
( Ferrari )
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lando Norris
( McLaren - Renault )
FinlandFinland Valtteri Bottas
( Mercedes )
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lando Norris
( McLaren - Renault )
FinlandFinland Valtteri Bottas
( Mercedes )
GermanyGermany Mercedes
02 July 12 Flag of Austria.svg Styria
( Spielberg )
307.020 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
( Mercedes )
FinlandFinland Valtteri Bottas
( Mercedes )
NetherlandsNetherlands Max Verstappen
( Red Bull Racing - Honda )
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
( Mercedes )
SpainSpain Carlos Sainz Jr.
( McLaren - Renault )
03 July 19 Flag of Hungary.svg Hungary
( Mogyoród )
306,630 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
( Mercedes )
NetherlandsNetherlands Max Verstappen
( Red Bull Racing - Honda )
FinlandFinland Valtteri Bottas
( Mercedes )
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
( Mercedes )
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
( Mercedes )
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
( Mercedes )
04th August 2nd Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Great Britain
( Silverstone )
306.198 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
( Mercedes )
NetherlandsNetherlands Max Verstappen
( Red Bull Racing - Honda )
MonacoMonaco Charles Leclerc
( Ferrari )
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
( Mercedes )
NetherlandsNetherlands Max Verstappen
( Red Bull Racing - Honda )
05 August 9 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg 70th anniversary
( Silverstone )
306.198 NetherlandsNetherlands Max Verstappen
( Red Bull Racing - Honda )
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
( Mercedes )
FinlandFinland Valtteri Bottas
( Mercedes )
FinlandFinland Valtteri Bottas
( Mercedes )
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
( Mercedes )
06th August 16 Flag of Spain.svg Spain
( Montmeló )
307.104 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
( Mercedes )
NetherlandsNetherlands Max Verstappen
( Red Bull Racing - Honda )
FinlandFinland Valtteri Bottas
( Mercedes )
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
( Mercedes )
FinlandFinland Valtteri Bottas
( Mercedes )
07th August 30th Flag of Belgium (civil) .svg Belgium
( Spa-Francorchamps )
308.052 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
( Mercedes )
FinlandFinland Valtteri Bottas
( Mercedes )
NetherlandsNetherlands Max Verstappen
( Red Bull Racing - Honda )
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
( Mercedes )
AustraliaAustralia Daniel Ricciardo
( Renault )
08th September 6th Flag of Italy.svg Italy
( Monza )
306.720 FranceFrance Pierre Gasly
( AlphaTauri - Honda )
SpainSpain Carlos Sainz Jr.
( McLaren - Renault )
CanadaCanada Lance Stroll
( Racing Point - BWT Mercedes )
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
( Mercedes )
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
( Mercedes )
09 13.september Flag of Italy.svg Tuscany
( Scarperia e San Piero )
309.455 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
( Mercedes )
FinlandFinland Valtteri Bottas
( Mercedes )
ThailandThailand Alexander Albon
( Red Bull Racing - Honda )
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
( Mercedes )
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
( Mercedes )
10 September 27th Flag of Russia.svg Russia
( Sochi )
309.944 FinlandFinland Valtteri Bottas
( Mercedes )
NetherlandsNetherlands Max Verstappen
( Red Bull Racing - Honda )
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
( Mercedes )
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
( Mercedes )
FinlandFinland Valtteri Bottas
( Mercedes )
11 October 11th Flag of Germany.svg Eifel
( Nürburg )
308.623 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
( Mercedes )
NetherlandsNetherlands Max Verstappen
( Red Bull Racing - Honda )
AustraliaAustralia Daniel Ricciardo
( Renault )
FinlandFinland Valtteri Bottas
( Mercedes )
NetherlandsNetherlands Max Verstappen
( Red Bull Racing - Honda )
12 October 25 Flag of Portugal.svg Portugal
( Portimão )
306,826 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
( Mercedes )
FinlandFinland Valtteri Bottas
( Mercedes )
NetherlandsNetherlands Max Verstappen
( Red Bull Racing - Honda )
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
( Mercedes )
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
( Mercedes )
13 November 1st Flag of Italy.svg Emilia-Romagna
( Imola )
309,049 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
( Mercedes )
FinlandFinland Valtteri Bottas
( Mercedes )
AustraliaAustralia Daniel Ricciardo
( Renault )
FinlandFinland Valtteri Bottas
( Mercedes )
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
( Mercedes )
14th 15th of November Flag of Turkey.svg Turkey
( Istanbul )
309,396 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
( Mercedes )
MexicoMexico Sergio Pérez
( Racing Point - BWT Mercedes )
GermanyGermany Sebastian Vettel
( Ferrari )
CanadaCanada Lance Stroll
( Racing Point - BWT Mercedes )
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lando Norris
( McLaren - Renault )
15th November 29th Flag of Bahrain.svg Bahrain
( as-Sachir )
TBA
16 6th of December Flag of Bahrain.svg Sachir
( as-Sachir )
TBA
17th 13th December Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg Abu Dhabi
( Yas Island )
TBA

Race reports

Grand Prix of Austria

space driver team time
1 FinlandFinland Valtteri Bottas GermanyGermany Mercedes 1: 30: 55.739
2 MonacoMonaco Charles Leclerc ItalyItaly Ferrari + 2.700
3 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lando Norris United KingdomUnited Kingdom McLaren-Renault + 5.491
PP FinlandFinland Valtteri Bottas GermanyGermany Mercedes 1: 02.939
SR United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lando Norris United KingdomUnited Kingdom McLaren-Renault 1: 07.475

The Austrian Grand Prix at the Red Bull Ring took place on July 5, 2020 and covered a distance of 71 laps of 4.326 km each, which corresponds to a total distance of 307.020 km.

Valtteri Bottas won the race ahead of Charles Leclerc and Lando Norris , who benefited from a five-second time penalty against Lewis Hamilton , who finished second. For Norris it was his first podium in Formula 1.

Grand Prix of Styria

space driver team time
1 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton GermanyGermany Mercedes 1: 22: 50.683
2 FinlandFinland Valtteri Bottas GermanyGermany Mercedes + 13.719
3 NetherlandsNetherlands Max Verstappen AustriaAustria Red Bull Racing Honda + 33.698
PP United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton GermanyGermany Mercedes 1: 19.273
SR SpainSpain Carlos Sainz Jr. United KingdomUnited Kingdom McLaren-Renault 1: 05.619

The Styrian Grand Prix at the Red Bull Ring took place on July 12, 2020 and covered a distance of 71 laps of 4.326 km, which corresponds to a total distance of 307.020 km.

Lewis Hamilton won the race ahead of Valtteri Bottas and Max Verstappen .

Hungarian Grand Prix

space driver team time
1 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton GermanyGermany Mercedes 1: 36: 12.473
2 NetherlandsNetherlands Max Verstappen AustriaAustria Red Bull Racing Honda + 8.702
3 FinlandFinland Valtteri Bottas GermanyGermany Mercedes + 9.452
PP United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton GermanyGermany Mercedes 1: 13.447
SR United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton GermanyGermany Mercedes 1: 16.627

The Hungarian Grand Prix at the Hungaroring took place on July 19, 2020 and covered a distance of 70 laps of 4.381 km, which corresponds to a total distance of 306.630 km.

Lewis Hamilton won the race ahead of Max Verstappen and Valtteri Bottas .

Great Britain Grand Prix

space driver team time
1 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton GermanyGermany Mercedes 1: 28: 01.283
2 NetherlandsNetherlands Max Verstappen AustriaAustria Red Bull Racing Honda + 5.856
3 MonacoMonaco Charles Leclerc ItalyItaly Ferrari + 18.474
PP United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton GermanyGermany Mercedes 1: 24.303
SR NetherlandsNetherlands Max Verstappen AustriaAustria Red Bull Racing Honda 1: 27.097

The British Grand Prix at the Silverstone Circuit took place on August 2, 2020 and covered a distance of 52 laps of 5.891 km each, which corresponds to a total distance of 306.198 km.

Lewis Hamilton won the race ahead of Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc .

Grand Prix of the 70th anniversary

space driver team time
1 NetherlandsNetherlands Max Verstappen AustriaAustria Red Bull Racing Honda 1: 19: 41,993
2 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton GermanyGermany Mercedes + 11,326
3 FinlandFinland Valtteri Bottas GermanyGermany Mercedes + 19.231
PP FinlandFinland Valtteri Bottas GermanyGermany Mercedes 1: 25.154
SR United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton GermanyGermany Mercedes 1: 28.451

The Grand Prix of the 70th anniversary at the Silverstone Circuit took place on August 9, 2020 and covered a distance of 52 laps of 5.891 km, which corresponds to a total distance of 306.198 km.

Max Verstappen won the race ahead of Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas .

Spanish Grand Prix

space driver team time
1 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton GermanyGermany Mercedes 1: 31: 45.279
2 NetherlandsNetherlands Max Verstappen AustriaAustria Red Bull Racing Honda + 24.177
3 FinlandFinland Valtteri Bottas GermanyGermany Mercedes + 44.752
PP United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton GermanyGermany Mercedes 1: 15.584
SR FinlandFinland Valtteri Bottas GermanyGermany Mercedes 1: 18.183

The Spanish Grand Prix at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya took place on August 16, 2020 and covered a distance of 66 laps of 4.655 km, which corresponds to a total distance of 307.104 km.

Lewis Hamilton won the race ahead of Max Verstappen and Valtteri Bottas .

Belgian Grand Prix

space driver team time
1 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton GermanyGermany Mercedes 1: 24: 08.761
2 FinlandFinland Valtteri Bottas GermanyGermany Mercedes + 8.448
3 NetherlandsNetherlands Max Verstappen AustriaAustria Red Bull Racing Honda + 15.455
PP United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton GermanyGermany Mercedes 1: 41.252
SR AustraliaAustralia Daniel Ricciardo FranceFrance Renault 1: 47.483

The Belgian Grand Prix at the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps took place on August 30, 2020 and covered a distance of 44 laps of 7.004 km, which corresponds to a total distance of 308.052 km.

Lewis Hamilton won the race ahead of Valtteri Bottas and Max Verstappen .

Italian Grand Prix

space driver team time
1 FranceFrance Pierre Gasly ItalyItaly AlphaTauri Honda 1: 47: 06.056
2 SpainSpain Carlos Sainz Jr. United KingdomUnited Kingdom McLaren-Renault + 0.415
3 CanadaCanada Lance Stroll United KingdomUnited Kingdom Racing Point-BWT Mercedes + 3.358
PP United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton GermanyGermany Mercedes 1: 18.887
SR United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton GermanyGermany Mercedes 1: 22.746

The Italian Grand Prix at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza took place on September 6, 2020 and covered a distance of 53 laps of 5.793 km, which corresponds to a total distance of 306.720 km.

Pierre Gasly won the race ahead of Carlos Sainz jr. and Lance Stroll . For Gasly it was the first victory in Formula 1 and also the first race since Australia 2013 that was not won by a Mercedes, Ferrari or Red Bull driver. It is also worth mentioning that for the first time since Hungary 2012, none of these three teams made it onto the podium.

Grand Prix of Tuscany

space driver team time
1 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton GermanyGermany Mercedes 2: 19: 35.060
2 FinlandFinland Valtteri Bottas GermanyGermany Mercedes + 4.880
3 ThailandThailand Alexander Albon AustriaAustria Red Bull Racing Honda + 8.064
PP United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton GermanyGermany Mercedes 1: 15.144
SR United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton GermanyGermany Mercedes 1: 18.833

The Tuscan Grand Prix at the Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello took place on September 13, 2020 and covered a distance of 59 laps of 5.245 km, which corresponds to a total distance of 309.455 km.

Lewis Hamilton won the race ahead of Valtteri Bottas and Alexander Albon . For Albon it was the first podium in Formula 1.

Russian Grand Prix

space driver team time
1 FinlandFinland Valtteri Bottas GermanyGermany Mercedes 1: 34: 00.364
2 NetherlandsNetherlands Max Verstappen AustriaAustria Red Bull Racing Honda + 7.729
3 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton GermanyGermany Mercedes + 22.729
PP United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton GermanyGermany Mercedes 1: 31.304
SR FinlandFinland Valtteri Bottas GermanyGermany Mercedes 1: 37.030

The Russian Grand Prix at the Sochi Autodrom took place on September 27, 2020 and covered a distance of 53 laps of 5.848 km, which corresponds to a total distance of 309.944 km.

Valtteri Bottas won the race ahead of Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton .

Grand Prix of the Eifel

space driver team time
1 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton GermanyGermany Mercedes 1: 35: 49.641
2 NetherlandsNetherlands Max Verstappen AustriaAustria Red Bull Racing Honda + 4.470
3 AustraliaAustralia Daniel Ricciardo FranceFrance Renault + 14.631
PP FinlandFinland Valtteri Bottas GermanyGermany Mercedes 1: 25.269
SR NetherlandsNetherlands Max Verstappen AustriaAustria Red Bull Racing Honda 1: 28.139

The Eifel Grand Prix at the Nürburgring took place on October 11, 2020 and covered a distance of 60 laps of 5.148 km, which corresponds to a total distance of 308.623 km.

Lewis Hamilton won the race ahead of Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo . It was Hamilton's 91st Grand Prix victory, setting Michael Schumacher's record for the most Formula 1 Grand Prix victories.

Grand Prix of Portugal

space driver team time
1 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton GermanyGermany Mercedes 1: 29: 56.828
2 FinlandFinland Valtteri Bottas GermanyGermany Mercedes + 25,592
3 NetherlandsNetherlands Max Verstappen AustriaAustria Red Bull Racing Honda + 34.508
PP United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton GermanyGermany Mercedes 1: 16.652
SR United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton GermanyGermany Mercedes 1: 18.750

The Portuguese Grand Prix at the Autódromo Internacional do Algarve took place on October 25, 2020 and covered a distance of 66 laps of 4.635 km, which corresponds to a total distance of 306.826 km.

Lewis Hamilton won the race ahead of Valtteri Bottas and Max Verstappen . It was Hamilton's 92nd Grand Prix win, which is a new record .

Grand Prix of Emilia-Romagna

space driver team time
1 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton GermanyGermany Mercedes 1: 28: 32,430
2 FinlandFinland Valtteri Bottas GermanyGermany Mercedes + 5.783
3 AustraliaAustralia Daniel Ricciardo FranceFrance Renault + 14.320
PP FinlandFinland Valtteri Bottas GermanyGermany Mercedes 1: 13.609
SR United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton GermanyGermany Mercedes 1: 15.484

The Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix at the Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari took place on November 1, 2020 and covered a distance of 63 laps of 4.909 km, which corresponds to a total distance of 309.049 km.

Lewis Hamilton won the race ahead of Valtteri Bottas and Daniel Ricciardo . Mercedes won the Constructors ' Championship for the seventh time in a row , which is a new record.

Turkey Grand Prix

space driver team time
1 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton GermanyGermany Mercedes 1: 42: 19.313
2 MexicoMexico Sergio Perez United KingdomUnited Kingdom Racing Point-BWT Mercedes + 31.633
3 GermanyGermany Sebastian Vettel ItalyItaly Ferrari + 31.960
PP CanadaCanada Lance Stroll United KingdomUnited Kingdom Racing Point-BWT Mercedes 1: 47.765
SR United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lando Norris United KingdomUnited Kingdom McLaren-Renault 1: 36.806

The Turkish Grand Prix at the Istanbul Park Circuit took place on November 15, 2020 and covered a distance of 58 laps of 5.338 km, which corresponds to a total distance of 309.396 km.

Lewis Hamilton won the race ahead of Sergio Pérez and Sebastian Vettel . With this victory, Hamilton won his seventh world championship title ahead of schedule, drawing level with previous record holder Michael Schumacher .

Qualifying / racing duels

These two tables show which drivers in each team achieved the better positions in qualifying and in the race.

Qualifying duels
driver : driver
GermanyGermany Mercedes
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton 10: 4 FinlandFinland Valtteri Bottas
ItalyItaly Ferrari
GermanyGermany Sebastian Vettel 3:11 MonacoMonaco Charles Leclerc
AustriaAustria Red Bull Racing Honda
NetherlandsNetherlands Max Verstappen 14: 0 ThailandThailand Alexander Albon
United KingdomUnited Kingdom McLaren-Renault
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lando Norris 7: 7 SpainSpain Carlos Sainz Jr.
FranceFrance Renault
AustraliaAustralia Daniel Ricciardo 13: 1 FranceFrance Esteban Ocon
ItalyItaly AlphaTauri Honda
FranceFrance Pierre Gasly 12: 2 RussiaRussia Daniil Kvyat
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Racing Point-BWT Mercedes
MexicoMexico Sergio Perez 8: 3 CanadaCanada Lance Stroll
1-0 GermanyGermany Nico Hulkenberg
GermanyGermany Nico Hulkenberg 1: 1 CanadaCanada Lance Stroll
SwitzerlandSwitzerland Alfa Romeo Racing Ferrari
FinlandFinland Kimi Raikkonen 8: 6 ItalyItaly Antonio Giovinazzi
United StatesUnited States Haas-Ferrari
FranceFrance Romain Grosjean 7: 7 DenmarkDenmark Kevin Magnussen
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Williams-Mercedes
United KingdomUnited Kingdom George Russell 14: 0 CanadaCanada Nicholas Latifi
Racing duels
driver : driver
GermanyGermany Mercedes
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lewis Hamilton 11: 3 FinlandFinland Valtteri Bottas
ItalyItaly Ferrari
GermanyGermany Sebastian Vettel 4: 8 MonacoMonaco Charles Leclerc
AustriaAustria Red Bull Racing Honda
NetherlandsNetherlands Max Verstappen 10: 4 ThailandThailand Alexander Albon
United KingdomUnited Kingdom McLaren-Renault
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Lando Norris 7: 7 SpainSpain Carlos Sainz Jr.
FranceFrance Renault
AustraliaAustralia Daniel Ricciardo 11: 3 FranceFrance Esteban Ocon
ItalyItaly AlphaTauri Honda
FranceFrance Pierre Gasly 7: 7 RussiaRussia Daniil Kvyat
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Racing Point-BWT Mercedes
MexicoMexico Sergio Perez 7: 4 CanadaCanada Lance Stroll
1-0 GermanyGermany Nico Hulkenberg
GermanyGermany Nico Hulkenberg 0: 2 CanadaCanada Lance Stroll
SwitzerlandSwitzerland Alfa Romeo Racing Ferrari
FinlandFinland Kimi Raikkonen 10: 4 ItalyItaly Antonio Giovinazzi
United StatesUnited States Haas-Ferrari
FranceFrance Romain Grosjean 7: 5 DenmarkDenmark Kevin Magnussen
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Williams-Mercedes
United KingdomUnited Kingdom George Russell 8: 6 CanadaCanada Nicholas Latifi

World championship ratings

The world champion is the driver or designer who accumulates the most points in the world championship by the end of the season. When distributing points, the placements are taken into account in the overall result of the respective race. The top ten drivers in each race receive points according to the following scheme:

Distribution of points
space 1 2 3 4th 5 6th 7th 8th 9 10
Points 25th 18th 15th 12 10 8th 6th 4th 2 1

In addition, the driver who achieves the fastest lap receives a bonus point if he finishes the race in the top 10.

Driver ranking

Item driver constructor Flag of Austria.svg Flag of Austria.svg Flag of Hungary.svg Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Flag of Spain.svg Flag of Belgium (civil) .svg Flag of Italy.svg Flag of Italy.svg Flag of Russia.svg Flag of Germany.svg Flag of Portugal.svg Flag of Italy.svg Flag of Turkey.svg Flag of Bahrain.svg Flag of Bahrain.svg Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg Points
01 United KingdomUnited Kingdom L. Hamilton GermanyGermany Mercedes 4th 1 1 1 2 1 1 7th 1 3 1 1 1 1 307
02 FinlandFinland V. Bottas GermanyGermany Mercedes 1 2 3 11 3 3 2 5 2 1 DNF 2 2 14th 197
03 NetherlandsNetherlands M. Verstappen AustriaAustria Red Bull Racing Honda DNF 3 2 2 1 2 3 DNF DNF 2 2 3 DNF 6th 170
04th MexicoMexico S. Perez United KingdomUnited Kingdom Racing Point-BWT Mercedes 6th 6th 7th INJ INJ 5 10 10 5 4th 4th 7th 6th 2 100
05 MonacoMonaco C. Leclerc ItalyItaly Ferrari 2 DNF 11 3 4th DNF 14th DNF 8th 6th 7th 4th 5 4th 97
06th AustraliaAustralia D. Ricciardo FranceFrance Renault DNF 8th 8th 4th 14th 11 4th 6th 4th 5 3 9 3 10 96
07th SpainSpain C. Sainz United KingdomUnited Kingdom McLaren-Renault 5 9 9 13 13 6th DNS 2 DNF DNF 5 6th 7th 5 75
08th United KingdomUnited Kingdom L. Norris United KingdomUnited Kingdom McLaren-Renault 3 5 13 5 9 10 7th 4th 6th 15th DNF 13 8th 8th 74
09 ThailandThailand A. Albon AustriaAustria Red Bull Racing Honda *13 * 4th 5 8th 5 8th 6th 15th 3 10 DNF 12 15th 7th 70
10 FranceFrance P. Gasly ItalyItaly AlphaTauri Honda 7th 15th DNF 7th 11 9 8th 1 DNF 9 6th 5 DNF 13 63
11 CanadaCanada L. Stroll United KingdomUnited Kingdom Racing Point-BWT Mercedes DNF 7th 4th 9 6th 4th 9 3 DNF DNF INJ DNF 13 9 59
12 FranceFrance E. Ocon FranceFrance Renault 8th DNF 14th 6th 8th 13 5 8th DNF 7th DNF 8th DNF 11 40
13 GermanyGermany S. Vettel ItalyItaly Ferrari 10 DNF 6th 10 12 7th 13 DNF 10 13 11 10 12 3 33
14th RussiaRussia D. Kvyat ItalyItaly AlphaTauri Honda *12 * 10 12 DNF 10 12 11 9 7th 8th 15th 19th 4th 12 26th
15th GermanyGermany N. Hulkenberg United KingdomUnited Kingdom Racing Point-BWT Mercedes       DNS 7th           8th       10
16 FinlandFinland K. Raikkonen SwitzerlandSwitzerland Alfa Romeo Racing Ferrari DNF 11 15th 17th 15th 14th 12 13 9 14th 12 11 9 15th 4th
17th ItalyItaly A. Giovinazzi SwitzerlandSwitzerland Alfa Romeo Racing Ferrari 9 14th 17th 14th 17th 16 DNF 16 DNF 11 10 15th 10 DNF 4th
18th FranceFrance R. Grosjean United StatesUnited States Haas-Ferrari DNF 13 16 16 16 19th 15th 12 12 17th 9 17th 14th DNF 2
19th DenmarkDenmark K. Magnussen United StatesUnited States Haas-Ferrari DNF 12 10 DNF DNF 15th 17th DNF DNF 12 13 16 DNF 17 * 1
20th CanadaCanada N. Latifi United KingdomUnited Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 11 17th 19th 15th 19th 18th 16 11 DNF 16 14th 18th 11 DNF 0
21st United KingdomUnited Kingdom G. Russell United KingdomUnited Kingdom Williams-Mercedes DNF 16 18th 12 18th 17th DNF 14th 11 18th DNF 14th DNF 16 0
Legend
colour abbreviation meaning
gold - victory
silver - 2nd place
bronze - 3rd place
green - Placement in the points
blue - Classified outside the point ranks
violet DNF Race not finished (did not finish)
NC not classified
red DNQ did not qualify
DNPQ failed in pre-qualification (did not pre-qualify)
black DSQ disqualified
White DNS not at the start (did not start)
WD withdrawn
Light Blue PO only participated in the training (practiced only)
TD Friday test driver
without DNP did not participate in the training (did not practice)
INJ injured or sick
EX excluded
DNA did not arrive
C. Race canceled
  no participation in the World Cup
other P / bold Pole position
SR / italic Fastest race lap
* not at the finish,
but counted due to the distance covered
() Streak results
underlined Leader in the overall standings

Constructors' championship

Item constructor No. Flag of Austria.svg Flag of Austria.svg Flag of Hungary.svg Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Flag of Spain.svg Flag of Belgium (civil) .svg Flag of Italy.svg Flag of Italy.svg Flag of Russia.svg Flag of Germany.svg Flag of Portugal.svg Flag of Italy.svg Flag of Turkey.svg Flag of Bahrain.svg Flag of Bahrain.svg Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg Points
01 GermanyGermany Mercedes 44 4th 1 1 1 2 1 1 7th 1 3 1 1 1 1 504
77 1 2 3 11 3 3 2 5 2 1 DNF 2 2 14th
02 AustriaAustria Red Bull Racing Honda 23 *13 * 4th 5 8th 5 8th 6th 15th 3 10 DNF 12 15th 7th 240
33 DNF 3 2 2 1 2 3 DNF DNF 2 2 3 DNF 6th
03 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Racing Point-BWT Mercedes 11/27 6th 6th 7th DNS 7th 5 10 10 5 4th 4th 7th 6th 2 154 1
18/27 DNF 7th 4th 9 6th 4th 9 3 DNF DNF 8th DNF 13 9
04th United KingdomUnited Kingdom McLaren-Renault 04th 3 5 13 5 9 10 7th 4th 6th 15th DNF 13 8th 8th 149
55 5 9 9 13 13 6th DNS 2 DNF DNF 5 6th 7th 5
05 FranceFrance Renault 03 DNF 8th 8th 4th 14th 11 4th 6th 4th 5 3 9 3 10 136
31 8th DNF 14th 6th 8th 13 5 8th DNF 7th DNF 8th DNF 11
06th ItalyItaly Ferrari 05 10 DNF 6th 10 12 7th 13 DNF 10 13 11 10 12 3 130
16 2 DNF 11 3 4th DNF 14th DNF 8th 6th 7th 4th 5 4th
07th ItalyItaly AlphaTauri Honda 10 7th 15th DNF 7th 11 9 8th 1 DNF 9 6th 5 DNF 13 89
26th *12 * 10 12 DNF 10 12 11 9 7th 8th 15th 19th 4th 12
08th SwitzerlandSwitzerland Alfa Romeo Racing Ferrari 07th DNF 11 15th 17th 15th 14th 12 13 9 14th 12 11 9 15th 8th
99 9 14th 17th 14th 17th 16 DNF 16 DNF 11 10 15th 10 DNF
09 United StatesUnited States Haas-Ferrari 08th DNF 13 16 16 16 19th 15th 12 12 17th 9 17th 14th DNF 3
20th DNF 12 10 DNF DNF 15th 17th DNF DNF 12 13 16 DNF 17 *
10 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 63 DNF 16 18th 12 18th 17th DNF 14th 11 18th DNF 14th DNF 16 0
06th 11 17th 19th 15th 19th 18th 16 11 DNF 16 14th 18th 11 DNF
Legend
colour abbreviation meaning
gold - victory
silver - 2nd place
bronze - 3rd place
green - Placement in the points
blue - Classified outside the point ranks
violet DNF Race not finished (did not finish)
NC not classified
red DNQ did not qualify
DNPQ failed in pre-qualification (did not pre-qualify)
black DSQ disqualified
White DNS not at the start (did not start)
WD withdrawn
Light Blue PO only participated in the training (practiced only)
TD Friday test driver
without DNP did not participate in the training (did not practice)
INJ injured or sick
EX excluded
DNA did not arrive
C. Race canceled
  no participation in the World Cup
other P / bold Pole position
SR / italic Fastest race lap
* not at the finish,
but counted due to the distance covered
() Streak results
underlined Leader in the overall standings
Remarks
1Racing Point received a point deduction of 15 points (7.5 points per vehicle) in the constructors' championship at the Styrian Grand Prix as a result of a protest by Renault. The race stewards saw the development of the rear brake ventilation, for which legally acquired parts and construction drawings from Mercedes were used, as plagiarism and thus as a violation of the sporting regulations.

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Commons : Formula 1 World Championship 2020  - collection of images, videos and audio files

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