Lewis Hamilton is still in the spotlight as F1 teams rush to prepare for the new season

Lewis Hamilton is looking forward to the early conclusion of his contract with Mercedes to be assured of the F1 season in 2021.

F1 driver Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes is looking forward to the new contract closing before Christmas this year.

In the 2020 season, Hamilton became the most successful racer in F1 history, equal to Schumacher 7 times in the league. He also helped the home team win the championship for the racing team.

However, Hamilton’s contract with Mercedes is only valid for a few weeks and has not been renewed.

“I plan to play F1 next year. I want to play F1 next year,” 35-year-old Hamilton said after finishing third at the last leg in Abu Dhabi. “I hope I can start contract negotiations this week and close before Christmas.”

Red Bull looks for a companion with Max Verstappen. While Hamilton waits for Mercedes to renew his contract, runner-up Red Bull is considering who will be with Max Verstappen in season 2021: Thai racer Alexander Albon or Mexican driver Sergio Perez?

According to boss Christian Horner, the impressive performance in Abu Dhabi will probably help Alexander Albon stay alive.

Team Williams is about to reform from the upper floors. In the Williams racing team, the US bosses at Dorilton Capital need to define a leadership structure under the boss Simon Roberts.

Simon Roberts said: “There are a lot of talks with Dorilton. When it’s ready, we’ll announce the team’s intentions to how it will evolveā€.

Ferrari is looking for a replacement for CEO Louis Camilleri. As for Ferrari, the team is looking for a replacement for CEO Louis Camilleri, after he suddenly announced his retirement last week due to personal reasons.

Meanwhile, Haas is handling the situation of Russian driver Nikita Mazepin, who was invited to the team but caused social storms by groping a female visitor in the car.

And finally, under the new leadership Stefano Domenicali, F1 has just announced the schedule from January 2021 with the gap on April 25, 2021, which is for the Vietnamese Grand Prix, which currently has no candidates to fill.

F1 racing, Sekhir GP 2020: Opportunities for young drivers (Part 2)

The Racing Point duo also had a black day when both of their drivers could not get points. Perez seemed to have a safe third place behind Hamilton and Verstappen, but an engine failure prevented the Mexican driver from finishing with only a few laps left in the race.

Before that, an accident caused by a collision with Daniil Kvyat, Lance Stroll could not continue playing. This time back, with their strength, the two riders of Racing Point are still appreciated for the first place in Bahrain again.

Verstappen got 2nd place behind Hamilton last week while also winning the Fastest Lap and got 1 more bonus point, while the second ranked driver on the chart is Bottas only got 8th place. The Dutch driver closed the lead with Bottas to just 12 points. There are two more races in the season, if Bottas continues to play like the last few races, he is likely to lose the 2nd place overall to Red Bull’s racer.

McLaren has also had a fairly successful race in Bahrain when their car proved quite strong, both of their drivers, Carlos Sainz and Norris, to win a good position. This weekend’s race fans of traditional British racing have reason to continue their hopes of success for their favorite racing team.

Ferrari showed a blurred face on the track they used to be so successful when Leclerc finished last in the group of racers with points and Vettel only finished the race in 13th place. A short week, hy The prospect of improving Ferrari’s performance will probably not be too positive.

Pirelli gives the racing teams a C2-C3-C4 tire combo in Bahrain GP. Hamilton could not play that opened up opportunities for other drivers. Bottas will win to maintain a distance from Verstappen or Red Bull’s handlebars will continue to close the gap with Mercedes. Besides, the competition of the drivers in the middle of the rankings is also really interesting, as they competed in their first race in Bahrain last weekend.

F1 racing, Sekhir GP 2020: Opportunities for young drivers (Part 1)

Friday, December 4, 2020, the 16th race of the 2020 season officially took place at the Bahrain International Circuit in Bahrain called the Sekhir GP.

The second consecutive race was held in Bahrain, in response to the restrictions on safety in travel due to the Covid-19 epidemic. This time, although the drivers do not have to move to another venue to compete, they will continue to compete in Bahrain International Circuit but with a completely new road with a total length of 3,543 km, the drivers 87 laps are required to finish the race at Sakhir.

In the race last weekend, also in Bahrain, Hamilton won again, extending his record to 95 races. However, on this reunion, he was unable to enter the race as Hamilton’s previous Covid tests were positive, given his medical condition and mandatory isolation requirements. also will not be able to participate in the season ending race in Abu Dhabi.

Hamilton’s inability to play, opening up opportunities for the young Mercedes driver who is currently Williams’ official driver, George Russell, was promoted to replace the British driver and thereby also opened up opportunities for one-handed. Another race to take his place at Williams, their substitute driver Jack Aitken will be the one in Russell’s car.

Last week in Bahrain also saw quite serious accidents during the official race. The car rushed into Grosjean’s fence, causing the Haas team car to burn immediately, the French driver was stuck in the car and he miraculously escaped out of the flames. That situation should also mention Halo, a detail added to the car to protect the head of the steering wheel has come into effect.

It can be said, without the Halo part, how serious the outcome for Grosjean would be. The current results, although Grosjean’s health is no problem, however, he has burned two hands and needs time to recover. Haas used their test drive Pietro Fittipaldi to replace Grosjean in Sakhir this weekend.

F1 racing, statistics Emilia Romagna GP: 7th star for the German giant (Part 2)

Hamilton had his 72nd win for Mercedes, equaling the performance that the legendary Schumacher contributed to Ferrari, the record for the most victories alongside an F1 team in history.

Imola is also the 29th F1 race (F1 record) that Hamilton has at least 1 career victory. The British driver has reached the top 5000 laps in the Imola race and he will be able to win the final this season in the next leg in Turkey with only 104 points left in the remaining 4 races and the distance with Bottas is at 85 points.

Bottas led the first round in 4 of the last 5 races, but he was only crowned in the race where he did not lead in Sochi, Russia. Thus, Bottas’s failure made the Finnish drivers through the ages unable to ever be crowned at the race in Italy.

Mercedes has officially won the world championship for the 7th time in a row and is also sure that the individual championship title will go to one of the two team riders for the seventh consecutive season. This is an unbelievable birth gift for Mercedes’ chief engineer officer, Andrew Shovlin, who turned 47 on Sunday. Mercedes-Benz has 500th podium as an engine supplier in F1 history.

Ricciardo for the second time in the last 3 races reached the third finish and won the podium, after a period of two and a half years of absence from the top 3. The Australian driver scored for the seventh consecutive leg, bringing Renault to third place racing team.

Kvyat excellently won fourth place for AlphaTauri, a Faenza-based team just 16 kilometers from the Imola, the first top-six finish since podium in Hockenheim, Germany last July.

Leclerc and Ferrari scored for the 5th consecutive leg and are in the top 5 individual rankings. Perez was 6th, he would have had podium if he hadn’t pitied the last time the safety vehicle appeared, and caused the “pink alarm” to be surpassed by Renault.

McLaren scored with both cars for the first time since the first race took place in Italy this year, Monza, 4 races ago.

Kimi Raikkonen and Antonio Giovinazzi both score for Alfa Romeo for the first time in 2020 and since last at Brazilian GP 2019, where they have earned 22 points as the two cars make it to the top 5. Giovinazzi has become the fifth driver 2 in history racing at home 3 different times in the same year (after Eddie Cheever in the US in 1982).

Verstappen has gone through 12 stages this year with only two results, either finishing for podium or having to receive DNF. Gasly also met a similar situation, he started 3 stages in Italy but only won (1 time) or had to give up (2 times).

Nicholas Latifi for the third time this season finished 11th and could not score. His teammate Russell is empty-handed this season, he is ranked 10th in a car crash behind the car.

F1 racing, statistics Emilia Romagna GP: 7th star for the German giant (Part 1)

It has been more than a decade since F1 last visited Imola racecourse and organized a race. Because of that, the return this time makes all the racers strive to be a part of the history of the racetrack as well as the tournament.

In the 75th leg starting for Mercedes, Valtteri Bottas won the 15th pole (for the German racing team) in his career and was the first of his personal pole with the silver arrow at Imola.

In the past, he has transformed 5 out of 14 poles into final victory. Lewis Hamilton ranked No. 2, bringing the 74th leg of the first Mercedes lock in history. Hamilton has always ranked 1st, or 2nd in all Q3 runs this year.

Max Verstappen (Red Bull) had 6th out of the last 10 races, ranked third. Meanwhile, another driver of the bullshit, excellent Pierre Gasly got 4th place, being the highest ranking for AlphaTauri since Sebastian Vettel won the pole for them (then Toro Rosso) at Monza in 2008.

The Italian team, which has officially confirmed Gasly for the 2021 season, has never been in the top four Saturday at any other race since their time as Minardi.

4th place is the best ranking achievement of the French driver, when he had at Red Bull in the German GP stage 2019. Team-mate Daniil Kvyat entered Q3 for the second time in the last 28 races, last time was in Mexico City 2019.

Daniel Ricciardo (Renault) has the fourth start in the top 5 this season with 5th place. Ricciardo is above teammate Esteban Ocon (12th) for the 11th consecutive leg.

Charles Leclerc started 7th, the last time he was in this position was at the Austrian GP 2020, where he finished second. At McLaren, Lando Norris for the second time ranked above Carlos Sainz in the last 8 legs.

Sergio Perez (Racing Point) for the first time this year (in dry weather) was eliminated from Q2 when he lost only his 10th record by 0.01 seconds. George Russell (Williams) maintained his performance for the 8th time to reach the second quarter, and had the second consecutive leg ranked above Vettel (Ferrari) when the German driver’s fastest lap was removed due to running over the limit of the track. Vettel was eliminated in Q2 for the 9th consecutive leg.