2020 ABU DHABI GP MILESTONES
Max Verstappen 3rd Pole, could be his 4th but was penalized with 3 grid places at the 2019 Mexican GP
Max Verstappen 10th victory in F1
Daniel Ricciardo matched Valtteri Bottas, Clay Regazzoni, Jackie Stewart and Felipe Massa with 15 fastest race laps in F1 History
13 drivers got on the podium during 2020
Nicolas Latifi and Pietro Fittipaldi were the only drivers not to score points in 2020
Mercedes locked Pole Position in every race in 2020 except the last race in Abu Dhabi
RACE
2021 Bahrain GP
DRIVER TIME
1 Lewis Hamilton 1h32m03.897s
2 Max Verstappen + 0.745s
3 Valtteri Bottas + 37.383s
4 Lando Norris + 46.466s
5 Sergio Pérez + 52.047s
6 Charles Leclerc + 59.090s
7 Daniel Ricciardo + 1m6.004s
8 Carlos Sainz + 1m7.100s
9 Yuki Tsunoda + 1m25.692s
10 Lance Stroll + 1m26.713s
11 Kimi Räikkönen + 1m28.864s
12 Antonio Giovinazzi + 1 lap
Sakhir
LAP DISTANCE
5.417 km
RACE LAPS
56 laps
RACES IN THIS VENUE
18 Grand Prix
WINNER
Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team
RACE TIME
1h32m03.897s
POLE POSITION
Max Verstappen
Red Bull Racing
POLE TIME
1m28.997s
Williams FW14B astonishing engineering took Nigel Mansell to win his title in 1992, 5 races before the end of the season at the Hungarian GP
2021 DRIVERS
CHAMPIONSHIP STANDINGS
DRIVER PTS
1 Lewis Hamilton 346
2 Valtteri Bottas 223
3 Max Verstappen 214
4 Sergio Pérez 125
5 Daniel Ricciardo 119
6 Carlos Sainz 105
7 Alexander Albon 105
8 Charles Leclerc 98
9 Lando Norris 97
10 Lance Stroll 75
11 Pierre Gasly 75
12 Esteban Ocon 62
Williams FW14B astonishing engineering took Nigel Mansell to win his title in 1992, 5 races before the end of the season at the Hungarian GP
Max Verstappen wins the 2019 Austrian GP
2021 CONSTRUCTORS
CHAMPIONSHIP STANDINGS
CONSTRUCTOR PTS
1 Mercedes 572
2 Red Bull-Honda 319
3 Racing Point-Mercedes 210
4 McLaren-Renault 202
5 Renault 181
6 Ferrari 131
7 AlphaTauri-Honda 109
8 Mercedes 41
9 Red Bull-Honda 28
10 McLaren-Mercedes 18
11 Ferrari 12
12 Alfa Romeo-Ferrari 8
13 Haas-Ferrari 3
14 Aston Martin-Mercedes 1
15 Alfa Romeo-Ferrari 0
16 Alpine-Renault 0
17 Williams-Mercedes 0
18 Haas-Ferrari 0
19 Williams-Mercedes 0
After his best career result at the 1993 Brazilian GP at Interlagos, Alex Zanardi had a road accident left him with some broken bones, he recovered and raced at the German GP at the Hockenheimring where he spun off and retired, for the Belgian GP at Spa-Francorchamps he suffered another accident and missed the rest of the season due to a concussion, here at the 1993 Monaco GP with his teammate Johnny Herbert