Formula One 2019: Race-by-race Grand Prix schedule, results, reports, driver standings & TV guide

Lewis Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton

Get the full results and standings from the 2019 Formula One season, which came to a conclusion on December 1 in Abu Dhabi.

The 2019 Formula One season is now over as Lewis Hamilton won his sixth drivers' title and third in succession.

Here we have the full Grand Prix results and links to each report as the year while we also have the completed standings and historical stats and records.

Formula One Driver Standings

After Abu Dhabi

  1. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) - 413
  2. Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes) - 326
  3. Max Verstappen (Red Bull) - 278
  4. Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) - 264
  5. Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari) - 240
  6. Carlos Sainz Jr (McLaren) - 96
  7. Pierre Gasly (Red Bull) - 95
  8. Alexander Albon (Toro Rosso) - 92
  9. Daniel Ricciardo (Renault) - 54
  10. Sergio Perez (Racing Point) - 52
  11. Lando Norris (McLaren) - 49
  12. Kimi Raikkonen (Alfa Romeo Racing) - 43
  13. Daniil Kvyat (Toro Rosso) - 37
  14. Nico Hulkenburg (Renault) - 37
  15. Lance Stroll (Racing Point) - 21
  16. Kevin Magnussen (Haas) - 20
  17. Antonio Giovinazzi (Alfa Romeo Racing) - 14
  18. Romain Grosjean (Haas) - 8
  19. Robert Kubica (Williams) - 1
  20. George Russell (Williams) - 0

Constructors' Standings

After Abu Dhabi

  1. Mercedes - 739
  2. Ferrari - 504
  3. Red Bull - 417
  4. McLaren - 145
  5. Renault - 91
  6. Toro Rosso - 85
  7. Racing Point - 73
  8. Alfa Romeo Racing - 57
  9. Haas - 28
  10. Williams - 1

Australian Grand Prix

Result

  1. Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes)
  2. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
  3. Max Verstappen (Red Bull)

REPORT: Bottas wins opening race of new F1 season


Bahrain Grand Prix

Result

  1. Lewis Hamilton
  2. Valtteri Bottas
  3. Charles Leclerc

REPORT: Hamilton prevails as engine problems cost Leclerc


Chinese Grand Prix

1st - Lewis Hamilton

2nd - Valtteri Bottas

3rd - Sebastian Vettel

REPORT: Hamilton dominates after fast start


Azerbaijan Grand Prix

1st - Valtteri Bottas

2nd - Lewis Hamilton

3rd - Sebastian Vettel

REPORT: Bottas holds off team-mate Hamilton


Spanish Grand Prix

1st - Lewis Hamilton

2nd - Valtteri Bottas

3rd - Max Verstappen

REPORT: Spanish cruise for Hamilton


Monaco Grand Prix

1st - Lewis Hamilton

2nd - Sebastian Vettel

3rd - Valtteri Bottas

REPORT: Emotional and eventful win for Hamilton


Canadian Grand Prix

1st - Lewis Hamilton

2nd - Sebastian Vettel

3rd - Charles Leclerc

REPORT: Dramatic win for Hamilton


French Grand Prix

1st - Lewis Hamilton

2nd - Valtteri Bottas

3rd - Charles Leclerc

REPORT: Hamilton cruises to French victory


Austrian Grand Prix

1st - Max Verstappen

2nd - Charles Leclerc

3rd - Valtteri Bottas

REPORT: Verstappen wins dramatic race in Austria


British Grand Prix

1st - Lewis Hamilton

2nd - Valtteri Bottas

3rd - Charles Leclerc

REPORT: History for Hamilton at Silverstone


German Grand Prix

  1. Max Verstappen (Red Bull)
  2. Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari)
  3. Daniil Kvyat (Toro Rosso)

REPORT: Verstappen wins chaotic German GP


Hungarian Grand Prix

  1. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
  2. Max Verstappen (Red Bull)
  3. Sebastian Vettell (Ferrari)

REPORT: Hamilton reels in Verstappen


Belgian Grand Prix

  1. Charles Leclerc (Ferrari)
  2. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
  3. Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes)

REPORT: Leclerc claims maiden Formula One win


Italian Grand Prix

  1. Charles Leclerc (Ferrari)
  2. Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes)
  3. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)

REPORT: Leclerc triumphs for Ferrari in Monza


Singapore Grand Prix

  1. Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari)
  2. Charles Leclerc (Ferrari)
  3. Max Verstappen (Red Bull)

REPORT: Vettel ends his drought


Russian Grand Prix

  1. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
  2. Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes)
  3. Charles Leclerc (Ferrari)

REPORT: Hamilton back to winning ways


Japanese Grand Prix

  1. Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes)
  2. Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari)
  3. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)

REPORT: Bottas win frustrates Hamilton


Mexican Grand Prix

  1. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
  2. Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari)
  3. Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes)

REPORT: Hamilton wins and on brink of title


United States Grand Prix

  1. Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes)
  2. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
  3. Max Verstappen (Red Bull)

REPORT: Sixth world title for Hamilton


Brazilian Grand Prix

  1. Max Verstappen (Red Bull)
  2. Pierre Gasly (Toro Rosso)
  3. Carlos Sainz Jr (McLaren)

REPORT: Verstappen wins after late drama


Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

  1. Lewis Hamilton (Red Bull)
  2. Max Verstappen (Red Bull)
  3. Charles Leclerc (Ferrari)

REPORT: Hamilton finishes in style

TV Guide

All races will be shown live on Sky Sports F1 and NOW TV, with Channel 4 broadcasting highlights. The one exception is the British Grand Prix, which is live on Channel 4 and Sky Sports F1.

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Formula One: History, statistics & facts

PAST WINNERS

2018
Drivers' champion: Lewis Hamilton (Gbr) (Mercedes)
Constructors' title: Mercedes

2017
Drivers' champion: Lewis Hamilton (Gbr) (Mercedes)
Constructors' title: Mercedes

2016
Drivers' champion: Nico Rosberg (Ger) (Mercedes)
Constructors' title: Mercedes

2015
Drivers' champion: Lewis Hamilton (Gbr) (Mercedes)
Constructors' title: Mercedes

2014
Drivers' champion: Lewis Hamilton (Gbr) (Mercedes)
Constructors' title: Mercedes

2013
Drivers' champion: Sebastian Vettel (Ger) (Red Bull)
Constructors' title: Red Bull

2012
Drivers' champion: Sebastian Vettel (Ger) (Red Bull)
Constructors' title: Red Bull

2011
Drivers' champion: Sebastian Vettel (Ger) (Red Bull)
Constructors' title: Red Bull

2010
Drivers' champion: Sebastian Vettel (Ger) (Red Bull)
Constructors' title: Red Bull

2009
Drivers' champion: Jenson Button (Gbr) (Brawn)
Constructors' title: Brawn

2008
Drivers' champion: Lewis Hamilton (Gbr) (McLaren)
Constructors' title: Ferrari

2007
Drivers' champion: Kimi Raikkonen (Fin) (Ferrari)
Constructors' title: Ferrari

2006
Drivers' champion: Fernando Alonso (Spa) (Renault)
Constructors' title: Renault

2005
Drivers' champion: Fernando Alonso (Spa) (Renault)
Constructors' title: Renault

2004
Drivers' champion: Michael Schumacher (Ger) (Ferrari)
Constructors' title: Ferrari

2003
Drivers' champion: Michael Schumacher (Ger) (Ferrari)
Constructors' title: Ferrari

2002
Drivers' champion: Michael Schumacher (Ger) (Ferrari)
Constructors' title: Ferrari

2001
Drivers' champion: Michael Schumacher (Ger) (Ferrari)
Constructors' title: Ferrari

2000
Drivers' champion: Michael Schumacher (Ger) (Ferrari)
Constructors' title: Ferrari

1999
Drivers' champion: Mika Hakkinen (Fin) (McLaren)
Constructors' title: Ferrari

1998
Drivers' champion: Mika Hakkinen (Fin) (McLaren)
Constructors' title: McLaren

1997
Drivers' champion: Jacques Villeneuve (Can) (Williams)
Constructors' title: Williams

1996
Drivers' champion: Damon Hill (Gbr) (Williams)
Constructors' title: Williams

1995
Drivers' champion: Michael Schumacher (Ger) (Benetton)
Constructors' title: Benetton

1994
Drivers' champion: Michael Schumacher (Ger) (Benetton)
Constructors' title: Williams

1993
Drivers' champion: Alain Prost (Fra) (Williams)
Constructors' title: Williams

1992
Drivers' champion: Nigel Mansell (Gbr) (Williams)
Constructors' title: Williams

1991
Drivers' champion: Ayrton Senna (Bra) (McLaren)
Constructors' title: McLaren

1990
Drivers' champion: Ayrton Senna (Bra) (McLaren)
Constructors' title: McLaren

1989
Drivers' champion: Alain Prost (Fra) (McLaren)
Constructors' title: McLaren

1988
Drivers' champion: Ayrton Senna (Bra) (McLaren)
Constructors' title: McLaren

1987
Drivers' champion: Nelson Piquet (Bra) (Williams)
Constructors' title: Williams

1986
Drivers' champion: Alain Prost (Fra) (McLaren)
Constructors' title: Williams

1985
Drivers' champion: Alain Prost (Fra) (McLaren)
Constructors' title: McLaren

1984
Drivers' champion: Niki Lauda (Aut) (McLaren)
Constructors' title: McLaren

1983
Drivers' champion: Nelson Piquet (Bra) (Brabham)
Constructors' title: Ferrari

1982
Drivers' champion: Keke Rosberg (Fin) (Williams)
Constructors' title: Ferrari

1981
Drivers' champion: Nelson Piquet (Bra) (Brabham)
Constructors' title: Williams

1980
Drivers' champion: Alan Jones (Aus) (Williams)
Constructors' title: Williams

1979
Drivers' champion: Jody Scheckter (SA) (Ferrari)
Constructors' title: Ferrari

1978
Drivers' champion: Mario Andretti (USA) (Lotus)
Constructors' title: Lotus

1977
Drivers' champion: Niki Lauda (Aut) (Ferrari)
Constructors' title: Ferrari

1976
Drivers' champion: James Hunt (Gbr) (McLaren)
Constructors' title: Ferrari

1975
Drivers' champion: Niki Lauda (Aut) (Ferrari)
Constructors' title: Ferrari

1974
Drivers' champion: Emerson Fittipaldi (Bra) (McLaren)
Constructors' title: McLaren

1973
Drivers' champion: Jackie Stewart (Gbr) (Tyrrell)
Constructors' title: Lotus

1972
Drivers' champion: Emerson Fittipaldi (Bra) (Lotus)
Constructors' title: Lotus

1971
Drivers' champion: Jackie Stewart (Gbr) (Tyrrell)
Constructors' title: Tyrrell

1970
Drivers' champion: Jochen Rindt (Aut) (Lotus)
Constructors' title: Lotus

1969
Drivers' champion: Jackie Stewart (Gbr) (Matra)
Constructors' title: Matra

1968
Drivers' champion: Graham Hill (Gbr) (Lotus)
Constructors' title: Lotus

1967
Drivers' champion: Denny Hulme (NZ) (Brabham)
Constructors' title: Brabham

1966
Drivers' champion: Jack Brabham (Aus) (Brabham)
Constructors' title: Brabham

1965
Drivers' champion: Jim Clark (Gbr) (Lotus)
Constructors' title: Lotus

1964
Drivers' champion: John Surtees (Gbr) (Ferrari)
Constructors' title: Ferrari

1963
Drivers' champion: Jim Clark (Gbr) (Lotus)
Constructors' title: Lotus

1962
Drivers' champion: Graham Hill (Gbr) (BRM)
Constructors' title: BRM

1961
Drivers' champion: Phil Hill (USA) (Ferrari)
Constructors' title: Ferrari

1960
Drivers' champion: Jack Brabham (Aus) (Cooper)
Constructors' title: Cooper

1959
Drivers' champion: Jack Brabham (Aus) (Cooper)
Constructors' title: Cooper

1958
Drivers' champion: Mike Hawthorn (Gbr) (Ferrari)
Constructors' title: Vanwall

1957
Drivers' champion: Juan Manuel Fangio (Arg) (Maserati)
Constructors' title: N/A

1956
Drivers' champion: Juan Manuel Fangio (Arg) (Ferrari)
Constructors' title: N/A

1955
Drivers' champion: Juan Manuel Fangio (Arg) (Mercedes)
Constructors' title: N/A

1954
Drivers' champion: Juan Manuel Fangio (Arg) (Mercedes)
Constructors' title: N/A

1953
Drivers' champion: Alberto Ascari (Ita) (Ferrari)
Constructors' title: N/A

1952
Drivers' champion: Alberto Ascari (Ita) (Ferrari)
Constructors' title: N/A

1951
Drivers' champion: Juan Manuel Fangio (Arg) (Alfa Romeo)
Constructors' title: N/A

1950
Drivers' champion: Giuseppe Farina (Ita) (Alfa Romeo)
Constructors' title: N/A

MOST DRIVER TITLES (multiple winners)

  • Michael Schumacher: 7
  • Juan Manuel Fangio): 5
  • Lewis Hamilton: 5
  • Sebastian Vettel: 4
  • Alain Prost: 4
  • Ayrton Senna: 3
  • Nelson Piquet: 3
  • Niki Lauda: 3
  • Jackie Stewart: 3
  • Jack Brabham: 3
  • Fernando Alonso: 2
  • Mika Hakkinen: 2
  • Emerson Fittipaldi: 2
  • Jim Clark: 2
  • Graham Hill: 2
  • Alberto Ascari: 2

MOST SUCCESSFUL NATIONS (Drivers' titles)

  • Great Britain: 18
  • Germany: 12
  • Brazil: 8
  • Argentina: 5
  • Finland: 4
  • Australia: 4
  • Austria: 4
  • France: 4
  • Italy: 3
  • United Kingdon: 2
  • Spain: 2
  • New Zealand: 1
  • South Africa: 1
  • Canada: 1

MOST CONSTRUCTORS' TITLES

  • Ferrari: 16
  • Williams: 9
  • McLaren: 8
  • Lotus: 7
  • Red Bull: 4
    Mercedes: 5
  • Renault: 2
  • Cooper: 2
  • Brabham: 2
  • Vanwall: 1
  • BRM: 1
  • Matra: 1
  • Tyrrell: 1
  • Benetton: 1
  • Brawn: 1

RECORDS

Youngest world champions

  • Sebastian Vettel: 23 years, 133 days (2010)
  • Lewis Hamilton: 23 years, 301 days (2008)
  • Fernando Alonso: 24 years, 58 days (2005)
  • Emerson Fittipaldi: 25 years, 273 days (1972)
  • Michael Schumacher: 25 years, 314 days (1994)

Oldest world champions

  • Juan Manuel Fangio: 46 years, 41 days (1957)
  • Giuseppe Farina: 43 years, 308 days (1950)
  • Jack Brabham: 40 years, 155 days (1966)
  • Graham Hill: 39 years, 262 days (1968)
  • Nigel Mansell: 39 years 8 days (1992)

Consecutive Champions

  • Michael Schumacher: 5 (2000-2004)
  • Juan Manuel Fangio: 4 (1954-1957)
  • Sebastian Vettel: 4 (2010-2013)
  • Lewis Hamilton: 2, twice (2014-2015 & 2017-2018)
  • Fernando Alonso: 2 (2005-2006)
  • Mika Hakkinen: 2 (1998-1999)
  • Michael Schumacher: 2 (1994-1995)
  • Ayrton Senna: 2 (1990-1991)
  • Alain Prost: 2 (1985-1986)
  • Jack Brabham: 2 (1959-60)
  • Alberto Ascari: 2 (1952-53)

Most Grand Prix wins in a season

  • Sebastian Vettel: 13 (2013)
  • Michael Schumacher: 13 (2004)
  • Lewis Hamilton: 11 (2014 & 2018)
  • Sebastian Vettel: 11 (2011)
  • Michael Schumacher: 11 (2002)

Most pole positions in a season

  • Sebastian Vettel: 15 (2011)
  • Nigel Mansell: 14 (1992)
  • Alain Prost: 13 (1993)
  • Ayrton Senna: 13 (1988)
  • Lewis Hamilton: 11 (2015, 2017 & 2018)
  • Michael Schumacher: 11 (2001)
  • Mika Hakkinen: 11 (1999)
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