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French Grand Prix 2019 LIVE: Preview, predictions and other information

French Grand Prix 2019 LIVE: Preview, predictions and other information

At 21h10 (GMT + 8) on Sunday, June 23, the F1 World Championship will continue with the French Grand Prix at Le Castellet. This is the 8th track of the season.

Road

Lap length: 5,842 km. Total length: 309.69km (53 lap)

2018 - pole: Lewis Hamilton (England) Mercedes team

2018 - champion: Hamilton

Record of lap completion: 1 minute 34,225 seconds, Valtteri Bottas (Finland), Mercedes team, 2018.

Start racing: 21h10 GMT +8 (15h10 French local time)

France.

This is the 60th French Grand Prix in the history of the F1 World Championship.

Lewis Hamilton (2018) and Kimi Raikkonen (2007) are the only riders who have been playing each championship here since the tournament has not been held for 10 years, only returning in 2018.

French Grand Prix 2019 LIVE: Preview, predictions and other information

Last year, Le Castellet held the Grand Prix for the first time since 1990, when French driver Alain Prost brought Ferrari team to the 100th victory. June 23 will be the 16th time that the Grand Prix will be held at the South country track. It's France.

There are 2 French riders participating are Romain Grosjean (Haas team) and Pierre Gasly (Red Bull team).

The winning racers

Lewis Hamilton won 78 out of 236 races, nearly catching up with Michael Schumacher's record of winning 91 Grand Prix. Lewis Hamilton also won 56 of 107 tracks in the era of turbo hybrid engines (using two or more fuels) V6 starting in 2014.

What is the remarkable French Grand Prix 2019?

Sebastian Vettel ranked third in all time with 52 victories.

Ferrari team won 235 races from 1950, McLaren team 182, Williams team 114, Mercedes team 94 and Red Bull team 59. Teams that have won the championship are McLaren team and Williams team who didn't know the victory from 2012.

French Grand Prix 2019 LIVE: Preview, predictions and other information

Pole position.

Lewis Hamilton is holding the record with 85 on the pole, Sebastian Vettel 56 times. Only two of the seven races this season saw the winner of the final victory: Valtteri Bottas in Azerbaijan and Lewis Hamilton in Monaco.

Victory

Lewis Hamilton has 141 appearances on the podium and needs to be in the Top 3 in every race until the end of this year to catch a record of 155 times by Michael Schumacher. Sebastian Vettel has 115.

What is the remarkable French Grand Prix 2019?

The team has won all seven races this season and a total of nine closest laps.

The record for a consecutive victory of a team is 14 created by the Ferrari team in the 1952-53 seasons, although the record doesn't count for Indianapolis, which belongs to the F1 world championship. In the modern era, McLaren team won 11 consecutive stages in 1988. The team once won a circuit of 10 stages in 2016.