2020 PORTUGUESE GP MILESTONES
Lewis Hamilton stablished a new record with 92 Grand Prix victories in Formula 1
12th Consecutive Pole Position for Mercedes
Max Verstappen podium number 40 in Formula 1
Lewis Hamilton Pole Position number 97
Lewis Hamilton consecutive points finished reached 45 races in Portugal
RACE RESULTS
2020 Eifel GP
DRIVER TIME
1 Lewis Hamilton 1h 35m 49.641s
2 Max Verstappen + 4.470s
3 Daniel Ricciardo + 14.613s
4 Sergio Pérez + 16.070s
5 Carlos Sainz + 21.905s
6 Pierre Gasly + 22.766s
7 Charles Leclerc + 30.814s
8 Nico Hülkenberg + 32.596s
9 Romain Grosjean + 39.081s
10 Antonio Giovinazzi + 40.035s
11 Sebastian Vettel + 40.810s
12 Kimi Räikkönen + 41.476s
Nurburgring
LAP DISTANCE
5.148 km
RACE LAPS
60 laps
RACES IN THIS VENUE
41 Grand Prix
WINNER
Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team
RACE TIME
1h 35m 49.641s
POLE POSITION
Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team
POLE TIME
1m 25.269s
Ross Brawn moved to Ferrari as technical director at the end of 1996 following Michael Schumacher with Jean Todt as team principal, Rory Byrne as chief designer and Brawn strategies, Ferrari started to challenge for titles, their first success came at 1999 as Constructors Champions which continued until 2004 (6 consecutive) and 5 Drivers titles (2000-2004)
2020 DRIVERS
CHAMPIONSHIP STANDINGS
DRIVER PTS
1 Lewis Hamilton 255
2 Valtteri Bottas 179
3 Max Verstappen 162
4 Daniel Ricciardo 80
5 Charles Leclerc 75
6 Sergio Pérez 74
7 Lando Norris 65
8 Alexander Albon 64
9 Pierre Gasly 63
10 Carlos Sainz 59
11 Lance Stroll 57
12 Esteban Ocon 40
Lewis Hamilton 6 times F1 World Drivers Champion and one of the best in F1 History
Start of the 1971 Austrian GP first race for Niki Lauda, he started 21st on the grid but retired from the race after 20 laps
2020 CONSTRUCTORS
CHAMPIONSHIP STANDINGS
CONSTRUCTOR PTS
1 Mercedes 434
2 Red Bull-Honda 226
3 Racing Point-Mercedes 141
4 McLaren-Renault 124
5 Renault 120
6 Ferrari 93
7 AlphaTauri-Honda 77
8 Alfa Romeo-Ferrari 5
9 Haas-Ferrari 3
10 Williams-Mercedes 0
Ross Brawn left Ferrari in 2006 and went to Honda after a sabbatical year, but at the end of 2008 Honda pulled from F1, before the 2009 season started, Brawn and other investors acquired the team, and thanks to a clever double diffuser loophole in the regulations, Brawn GP surprised everyone winning the Drivers title with Jenson Button and with Rubens Barrichello as teammate the Constructor title