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F1 Drivers Championship 2020
It is the 21st century and although the advent of modern technology has made a lot of work easier, there is still the need to get some much-needed rest. Especially after a long day at work or any profitable venture, that keeps you busy. As such, what better way to relax and chill other than tune in to your favorite sports channel or watch F1 races online to see your favorite drivers on display.
Formula 1 Championship
As it is the case with most sporting events, the 2020 Formula One World Championship is an organized and well-planned motor racing event for Formula cars. 2020 marks a memorable year in F1 history considering it is the 71st running of the Formula One World Championship. To know how far the F1 has come is evident considering this current season will be the 70th anniversary of the first-ever Formula 1 season.
Taking to mind the fact that most sporting competitions operate under the auspices of a governing body, the F1 isn’t any different. Recognized by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA), the F1 is governed by the international motorsport and is the highest class of competition for racecars with open-wheels. With that in mind, both the drivers and teams log horns for both the Drivers and Constructors World Constructors' Championship titles.
Advent of Covid-19
While we live in a world characterized by a wide array of diseases and ailments, no virus has caused so much fear, panic, and deaths in recent times like the advent of the coronavirus. This ailment did not only destroy the lives of many but also put all sporting events on hold. Especially the F1, which was scheduled to begin in March but was postponed to July for the safety of the organizers and traveling fans as well. All of which was in a bit to limit the spread of the virus.
Uncertainties Regarding the F1 Calendar
Unlike like season past, the 2020 F1 season was going to be one engraved in the annals of F1 history. This is evident considering the season was to be contested for a record 22 Grand Prix (races). Fast-forward, a couple a months later, and with the advent of the Covid-19, everything remains uncertain due to the cancellation of some race events, with no certainty on when racing will eventual begin.
With that in mind, some of the F1 drivers on display come resumption of the F1 races include
When the championship eventually begins, everyone we will have their eyes fixed on Mercedes and their talismanic driver and current world champion Lewis Hamilton to continue from where he stopped last campaign. As easy as these may seem, there are other teams seeking to challenge Lewis and the Mercedes when the green lights go out. Some of the names include Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc as well as the Red Bull team spearheaded by Alexander Albon and Max Verstappen.