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Valtteri Bottas returned to winning ways at the Japanese GP, taking the chequered flag ahead of Sebastian Vettel while Charles Leclerc took Max Verstappen out of the fight.
Lewis Hamilton returned to winning ways at the Russian GP, continuing Mercedes’ perfect record, as Ferrari snookered themselves.
Sebastian Vettel clinched his first win of 2019 as Ferrari’s tactics played out in his favour in Singapore, leaving a disgruntled Charles Leclerc in P2.
Charles Leclerc claimed Ferrari’s first home win in nine years, robustly defending against Mercedes at the Italian GP, a race in which Sebastian Vettel suffered a brain fade.
Charles Leclerc claimed a bittersweet win at the Belgian GP, taking his first-ever F1 victory a day after the death of his friend and F2 racer Anthoine Hubert.
Lewis Hamilton laid down his marker in the debate of who is the best in F1, hunting down Max Verstappen before passing the Red Bull for the lead and the win in Hungary.
Max Verstappen pitted five times on his way to the German GP win as Sebastian Vettel raced from P20 to P2, Lewis Hamilton lost his front wing and Charles Leclerc blotted his copybook.
Max Verstappen lived up to his billing as a Formula 1 star as he overtook Sebastian Vettel, Valtteri Bottas and Charles Leclerc in the final 20 laps of the Austrian GP to win Red Bull’s home race.
Lewis Hamilton took another step towards a sixth World title as he claimed win number six of 2019 with a flawless display from pole to flag at the French GP.
Lewis Hamilton secured his fifth win of 2019, and his record-equalling seventh in Canada, as the stewards hit Sebastian Vettel with a 5s penalty for his antics in their battle.
Lewis Hamilton held off Max Verstappen to win the Monaco GP win but a lenient penalty for the Red Bull driver meant Sebastian Vettel was P2 while Charles Leclerc provided the drama.
Lewis Hamilton challenged Valtteri Bottas off the line, setting up an emphatic fourth Spanish Grand Prix win while Ferrari shot themselves in the foot in the battle for third.
Mercedes romped to an easy 1-2 at the Chinese Grand Prix with Lewis Hamilton setting himself up for the victory with a pass on Valtteri Bottas into Turn 1 on lap 1.
Max Verstappen and Red Bull took advantage of a VSC for Valtteri Bottas’ retirement to win Sunday’s Austrian GP ahead of Kimi Raikkonen while Lewis Hamilton was a late retirement.
Sebastian Vettel made the most of a Virtual Safety Car to snatch the Australian Grand Prix win from Lewis Hamilton in Melbourne on Sunday.