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French Grand Prix

Circuit Paul Ricard

round 8 - 2019-06-23
Results
1st Lewis Hamilton HAM
2nd Valtteri Bottas BOT
3rd Charles Leclerc LEC
Lewis Hamilton HAM
Sebastian Vettel VET

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Austrian Grand Prix

Red Bull Ring

round 9 - 2019-06-30
Results 2018
1st Max Verstappen VER
2nd Kimi Räikkönen RAI
3rd Sebastian Vettel VET
Valtteri Bottas BOT
Kimi Räikkönen RAI

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Ricciardo: Paul Ricard should consider different layout for F1

Ricciardo: Paul Ricard should consider different layout for F1

F1 found itself facing complaints about how boring it was when the French Grand Prix proved a disappointment – with a lack of drama at the front and the only real excitement coming on the final lap as a struggling Lando Norris got engulfed by a swarm of cars.
Ricciardo, who overtook Norris and fought off Kimi Raikkonen on the final lap but was penalised for two infringements, said passing was ...

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Sainz to take on F1 team bosses in pre-US GP golf tournament

Sainz to take on F1 team bosses in pre-US GP golf tournament

The tournament will take place on the Thursday of the week of the Circuit of the Americas F1 race, at the Canyons Golf Course just over 20 miles from the racing circuit.
Joining Sainz in the roster of the initially announced participants are three team bosses in Zak Brown (McLaren), Christian Horner (Red Bull) and Otmar Szafnauer (Racing Point).
Also confirmed to be taking part are F1 ...

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F1 2019 review: A big step forward despite earlier release date

F1 2019 review: A big step forward despite earlier release date

When it was announced that F1 2019 would be released in June, two months earlier than its predecessor was last year, there was a concern that the quality would be sacrificed for the earlier release date.
Fortunately, after over 24 hours of playing F1 2019, it’s already evident that no expense was spared with this year’s title, with more quality and quantity offline and online than ever ...

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Push for 2018-spec tyres continues despite limited support

Push for 2018-spec tyres continues despite limited support

Red Bull Racing has long made clear its frustration with the 2019 tyres, believing that the thinner tread introduced for this year has favoured Mercedes over its rivals.
The subject was discussed informally again by some teams over the Paul Ricard weekend. If seven teams ask for a change of tyre specification, the FIA could in theory authorise the move. However that figure appears to be out of ...

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2019 driver standings

# driver constructor points
1 Lewis Hamilton HAM Mercedes 187
2 Valtteri Bottas BOT Mercedes 151
3 Sebastian Vettel VET Ferrari 111
4 Max Verstappen VER Red Bull 100
5 Charles Leclerc LEC Ferrari 87
6 Pierre Gasly GAS Red Bull 37
7 Carlos Sainz SAI McLaren 26
8 Kimi Räikkönen RAI Alfa Romeo 19
9 Daniel Ricciardo RIC Renault 16
10 Nico Hülkenberg HUL Renault 16
11 Kevin Magnussen MAG Haas F1 Team 14
12 Lando Norris NOR McLaren 14
13 Sergio Pérez PER Racing Point 13
14 Daniil Kvyat KVY Toro Rosso 10
15 Alexander Albon ALB Toro Rosso 7
16 Lance Stroll STR Racing Point 6
17 Romain Grosjean GRO Haas F1 Team 2
18 Antonio Giovinazzi GIO Alfa Romeo 0
19 George Russell RUS Williams 0
20 Robert Kubica KUB Williams 0

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2019 constructor standings

# constructor points
1 Mercedes 338
2 Ferrari 198
3 Red Bull 137
4 McLaren 40
5 Renault 32
6 Alfa Romeo 19
7 Racing Point 19
8 Toro Rosso 17
9 Haas F1 Team 16
10 Williams 0
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