F1: British Grand Prix
After a two-week break, it was time for the fourth round of the Formula 1 World Championship and race for the British Grand Prix. Silverstone drivers have been racing continuously since 1987. Last season, the host’s representative – Lewis Hamilton from Mercedes won. For the British, this was their sixth home victory, making him the independent leader in terms of victories in the British Grand Prix. So far he has carried this name with Jim Clark and Alan Prost. The British Grand Prix has been in the Formula 1 calendar continuously since the start of the series in 1950. The first races were held in Silverstone, five times in Aintree, and twelve times at Brands Hatch. Prior to the creation of the Formula 1 Series, before World War II, players competed in the Great Britain Racing also in 1926-1927 (Broklands track) and in 1935-1938 (Donnigton Park facility).
Lewis Hamilton from Mercedes will join the British Grand Prix in the 2020 F1 season as the overall leader of the World Championship (63 points). Six-time world champion after the previous round, that is, the Hungarian Grand Prix, excelled in the team – Finn Valtteri Bottas (58 points). Max Verstappen of Red Bull is third in the Formula 1 classification (33 points). Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel has performed poorly in the Formula One campaign so far. The four-time world champion and the British Grand Prix winner of 2018 this season has not yet stood on the podium, and in the general drivers ’classification, it is only ninth place with nine” points “. In the ranking of the top teams in the 2020 F1 season, Mercedes definitely leads with 121 points. Red Bull is second in this ranking with 55 points. McLaren closes the temporary constructors’ podium with 40 points.
F1: British Grand Prix. Broadcast program throughout the weekend
All training sessions, qualifications and the British Grand Prix can be watched live on TV on the Eleven Sports 1 channel. There will also be live broadcasts online on the Internet at elevensports.pl, player.pl, ipla.tv and in the mobile applications.
Friday 31 July 2020
11:55 – 13:40 – first training
15:55 – 17:35 – second training
Saturday 1 August 2020
11:55 – 13:10 – training three
14:55 – 16:20 – qualifications
Sunday 2 August 2020
15:05 – 17:10 – British race race