2018 Formula One season ended with Lewis Hamilton winning Abu Dhabi grand Prix. With the win at Yas marina Circuit, the Briton, Lewis Hamilton secured his fifth Formula One World Championship, joining Argentine Juan Manuel Fangio for the second spot for the most F1 drivers world championships.
Since then 2019 season is being awaited which is scheduled to start in the coming march. FIA has recently changed car regulations for the upcoming season.
All drivers are set to drive for their teams with their fresh contract signings. While 2018 was the end of Sahara Force India after ten years of fabulous performance from the Silverstone based.
Force India has officially been removed from the team’s name as Canadian businessman Lawrence Stroll recently bought the team after million dollar deal. It will now be called as just Race point. A bit weird.
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Whoa! those many changes for a single season. Interesting though but everybody is hoping 2019 not to be one sided either. Formula One now came up with official race calendar for 2019 and pre-testing sessions dates. Let’s have a look at it. It consists a total of 21 races.
Pre-Season testing dates:
Test 1: February 18 to February 21(Circuit de Barcelona- Spain)
Test 2: February 26 to March 1((Circuit de Barcelona- Spain)
2019 Race Calender:
Austalian Grand Prix: March 17
Bahrain Grand Prix: March 31
Chinese Grand Prix: April 14
Azerbaijan Grand Prix: April 28
Spain Grand Prix: May 12
Monaco Grand Prix: May 26
Canada Grand Prix: June 9
France Grand Prix: June 23
Austria Grand Prix: June 30
Great Britain Grand Prix: July 14
Germany Grand Prix: July 28
Hungary Grand Prix: August 4
Belgium Grand Prix: Sepetember 1
Italy Grand Prix: September 8
Singapore Grand Prix: September 22
Russian Grand Prix: Septembr 29
Japan Grand Prix: October 13
Mexican Grand Prix: October 27
USA Grand Prix: November 3
Brazilian Grand Prix: November 17
Abu Dhabi Grand Prix: December 1