Odds to Win 2019 F-1 Championship
The 2019 Formula 1 series begins its Drivers Championship at the Australian Grand Prix. And the drivers will be “starting their engines” this weekend. Odds to Win 2019 F-1 Drivers Championship.
For the most part the Australian Grand Prix isn’t necessarily unique. The course is a semi-permanent street circuit making is open to resident traffic. The result is that the track surface is categorized as ‘green’ which in turn can create a number of slippery locations along the road course.
Furthermore that have been no major course or track adjustment since before the 2017 event.
2019 F-1 Calendar
The 2019 schedule is designed in the same virtue as 2018’s layout. This with every race beginning at ten past the hour for television coverage benefits.
There are a number of viewing options for live F-1 in 2019. Sky Sports of the U.K. markets itself as the exclusive home for broadcast coverage. In addition fans can watch pre-race qualifying and the race practice sessions. A total of 20 events will be broadcast exclusively, live, alongside shared coverage of the British Grand Prix, via Sky Sports.
The most notable calendar change is with the French Grand Prix. Sky Sports reported the start time for the French road race was to-be-determined. Expect the green flag to be lined up with the weekend prime-time U.K viewing audience.
Formula 1 2019 Schedule
- Australian GP March 17
- Bahrain GP March 31
- Chinese GP April 14
- Azerbaijan GP April 28
- Spanish GP May 12
- Monaco GP May 26
- Canadian GP June 9
- French GP June 23
- Austrian GP June 30
- British GP July 14
- German GP July 28
- Hungarian GP August 4
- Belgian GP September 1
- Italian GP September 8
- Singapore GP September 22
- Russian GP September 29
- Japanese GP October 13
- Mexican GP October 27
- United States GP November 3
- Brazilian GP November 17
- Abu Dhabi GP December 1
Australian Grand Prix Vitals
The 2019 F1 Driver Line-ups
- MERCEDES Lewis Hamilton Valtteri Bottas
- FERRARI Sebastian Vettel Charles Leclerc
- RED BULL Max Verstappen Pierre Gasly
- RENAULT Daniel Ricciardo Nico Hulkenberg
- HAAS Romain Grosjean Kevin Magnussen
- MCLAREN Carlos Sainz Lando Norris
- RACING POINT Sergio Perez Lance Stroll
- ALFA ROMEO Kimi Raikkonen Antonio Giovinazzi
- TORO ROSSO Daniil Kvyat Alex Albon
- WILLIAMS George Russell Robert Kubica
The 2019 F1 Engine Suppliers
- Mercedes engines Mercedes, Racing Point, Williams
- Ferrari engines Ferrari, Haas, Alfa Romeo
- Renault engines Renault, McLaren
- Honda engines Red Bull, Toro Rosso
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