F1: Lewis Hamilton Cruises To The Last Win Of The Season In Abu Dhabi GP

Lewis Hamilton is the 2019 F1 best on the planet while Mercedes takes the crown in the constructors’ standings as the driver traveled to triumph in a prevailing completion in Abu Dhabi.

Finishing another prevailing season, Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton traveled his way to the checkered banner to win the 2019 Formula 1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. The authoritative hero began the race in post position and held the lead through the race with Red Bull’s Max Verstappen taking second, in front of Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc. The Abu Dhabi GP is Hamilton’s eleventh triumph of the year and the 50th shaft of his profession. The driver additionally keeps up Mercedes record of winning all races at Abu Dhabi since 2014.

It was anticipated from the second-put Verstappen to construct pressure on Hamilton toward the beginning, however Leclerc passed the Red Bull driver to take P2 on the opening lap. The Ferrari drivers selected a two-stop technique with the two drivers entering the pits on Lap 13, however issues with Sebastian Vettel’s vehicle saw him stationary for 6.9s, dropping him to P7 when he rejoined. Leclerc in the mean time joined at P4 behind Verstappen and Nico Hulkenberg and afterward passed the Renault driver to retake P3. Verstappen executed a long first stretch among the top drivers and set on Lap 26, a move that saw him drop to P3 behind Leclerc.


Verstappen passed Leclerc on Lap 32 to take P2 and held the situation until the finish of the race

Nonetheless, the Dutchman didn’t remain there for long in spite of motor braking issues on his vehicle and figured out how to pass Leclerc on Lap 32 at Turn 8, proceeding to assemble a sizeable lead over the Ferrari. The Italian group chose to twofold stack its drivers for the second time of Lap 39 and it worked easily this time with Leclerc rejoining back in P3 with softs, while Vettel on mediums joined at P6 behind Red Bull’s Alex Albon and a Valtteri Bottas. The Mercedes driver demonstrated inconceivable pace through the race and was up to P4 by Lap 40, in spite of losing valuable overwhelm openings right off the bat in the race because of the DRS disappointment.

At the front, Hamilton obviously was distant over the remainder of the field and the boss traveled his approach to triumph with a hole of 16.772s over Verstappen. Leclerc attempted his best to pass the Red Bull with the new softs yet couldn’t coordinate the pace and completed third, 43.435s behind the race head. Bottas completed fourth only a second behind the Ferrari, while Vettel took fifth in the wake of passing a battling Albon on the penultimate lap. Completing behind Albon was Racing Point’s Sergio Perez, trailed via Lando Norris of McLaren and Daniil Kvyat of Toro Rosso. Carlos Sainz Jr of McLaren took the last purpose of the period, completing tenth, as he took the situation from Hulkenberg.


Sebastian Vettel passed Alex Albon on the penultimate lap to take P5 in the Abu Dhabi GP

Completing outside of focuses were Renault’s Daniel Ricciardo and Hulkenberg at P11 and P12 separately, while Alfa Romeo’s Kimi Raikkonen took P13 in front of Haas drivers Kevin Magnussen and Romain Grosjean. Kimi’s colleague Antonio Giovinazzi took P15 in front of Williams driver George Russell and Piere Gasly of Toro Rosso. In what was likely his last race in F1, Williams driver Robert Kubica completed nineteenth, finishing an incredible come back to the game and demonstrating extraordinary flexibility and assurance on and off the track.

The 2019 Formula 1 season was fascinating and had many shocks for fans and the groups the same. While Mercedes and Hamilton kept up that they are the undisputed heroes as the driver taking the most elevated ever focuses in F1. Honda made a solid rebound in the game with a more than effective powertrain and a driver ready to hazard it all as Verstappen. We likewise observed and Gasly and Sainz on the platform, with a portion of the races finishing in an astounding manner.