Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, Circuit de Catalunya, 2019

2019 Spanish Grand Prix race result

2019 Spanish Grand Prix

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Lewis Hamilton won the 2019 Spanish Grand Prix for Mercedes ahead of Valtteri Bottas and Max Verstappen.

Pos#DriverCarLapsTime/gapDifferenceReason
144Lewis HamiltonMercedes661hr 35m 50.443s
277Valtteri BottasMercedes664.0744.074
333Max VerstappenRed Bull-Honda667.6793.605
45Sebastian VettelFerrari669.1671.488
516Charles LeclercFerrari6613.3614.194
610Pierre GaslyRed Bull-Honda6619.5766.215
720Kevin MagnussenHaas-Ferrari6628.1598.583
855Carlos Sainz JnrMcLaren-Renault6632.3424.183
926Daniil KvyatToro Rosso-Honda6633.0560.714
108Romain GrosjeanHaas-Ferrari6634.6411.585
1123Alexander AlbonToro Rosso-Honda6635.4450.804
123Daniel RicciardoRenault6636.7581.313
1327Nico HulkenbergRenault6639.2412.483
147Kimi RaikkonenAlfa Romeo-Ferrari6641.8032.562
1511Sergio PerezRacing Point-Mercedes6646.8775.074
1699Antonio GiovinazziAlfa Romeo-Ferrari6647.6910.814
1763George RussellWilliams-Mercedes651 lap1 lap
1888Robert KubicaWilliams-Mercedes651 lap7.286
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18Lance StrollRacing Point-Mercedes4422 laps21 lapsAccident
4Lando NorrisMcLaren-Renault4422 laps0.585Accident

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11 comments on “2019 Spanish Grand Prix race result”

    1. Indeed. He now has most combined poles/wins in F1 history.

  1. Baku was the exception to rule where Pole sitter managed to win the race. That was a brilliant start and what scored the win for Hamilton.

  2. The story of the season isn’t Mercedes vs Ferrari, its now Hamilton vs Bottas.
    This is the second race where the track layout actually favored the second place driver.

    Anyone whose driven the simulations of this track will know how important the first and third corners are.
    Yes Hamilton got a great start, but even if Bottas had equalled that start, Bottas would have had to have
    given way at the first corner.

    After the start Hamiltion made sure Bottas didn’t have DRS on him. 10 seconds a head at one stage.

    The real surprise was the poor start decisions by Vettel.
    Driving around the outside of Bottas? What was he thinking?

    1. The real surprise was the poor start decisions by Vettel.
      Driving around the outside of Bottas? What was he thinking?

      And then nearly driving in to his teammate.. again.

  3. Got to hand it Lewis… his starts are looking a whole lot better than Valterri’s starts this season. I just hope Bottas doesn’t get too discouraged after weekends like China and Barcelona, where he’s looked convincingly better than Lewis on Saturdays, but just been beaten on the first lap of the race.

    I thought Max drove brilliantly all weekend. He came within a tenth of Ferrari in qualifying.. and kept a cool head on the opening two corners before pulling a mega overtake on the outside of Vettel. Max definitely gets my voted for DOTW. It’s a real shame he isn’t driving for Ferrari this season… the fans would have had a much more exciting championship battle.

    Kvyat, Magnussen and Sainz were pretty exciting to watch this Sunday as well. Got to feel a little gutted for Grosjean who was brilliant all the way to the safety car period… but then just blew it.

    Ferrari’s confusion is a class act.

  4. Boring season so far but the Dark horse is Honda. Good job Honda. 👏

  5. New rules:
    -Mercedes pulled further in front of the
    rest of the field
    – Did not really help with overtaking
    Should have left it alone until 2021

  6. Ferrari should stop racing, enough of heartbreaks for Ferrari fans over the last few years, we can’t take it any more!!
    Vettel’s mistakes, Ferrari’s goof-up on strategies, enough….

    Being a Ferrari fan, every race you pray that Lewis doesn’t win, but he does exactly that!

    1. Maybe you should change your prayers. Pray that Seb wins rather than praying for Lewis. haha

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