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2019 Brazilian Grand Prix

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2019 Brazilian Grand Prix
Race 20 of 21 in the 2019 Formula One World Championship
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Layout of the Autódromo José Carlos Pace
Layout of the Autódromo José Carlos Pace
Race details[1]
Date 17 November 2019 (2019-11-17)
Official name Formula 1 Heineken Grande Prêmio do Brasil 2019
Location Autódromo José Carlos Pace, São Paulo, Brazil
Course Permanent racing facility
Course length 4.309 km (2.677 mi)
Distance 71 laps, 305.879 km (190.064 mi)
Weather Sunny
Pole position
Driver Red Bull Racing-Honda
Time 1:07.508
Fastest lap
Driver Finland Valtteri Bottas Mercedes
Time 1:10.698 on lap 43
First Red Bull Racing-Honda
Second Scuderia Toro Rosso-Honda
Third McLaren-Renault

The 2019 Brazilian Grand Prix (formally known as the Formula 1 Heineken Grande Prêmio do Brasil 2019) was a Formula One motor race that was held on 17 November 2019 at the Autódromo José Carlos Pace in São Paulo, Brazil. The race was the penultimate round of the 2019 Formula One World Championship and marked the 48th running of the Brazilian Grand Prix and the 47th time that the race has been run as a World Championship event since the inaugural season in 1950.

The race was won by Max Verstappen with Pierre Gasly and Carlos Sainz Jr. taking their first podiums in second and third respectively.



The drivers and teams were the same as the season entry list with no additional stand-in drivers for the race. However, Nicholas Latifi drove in the first practice session for Williams, replacing Robert Kubica.[2]


Qualifying classification

Pos. No. Driver Constructor Qualifying times Final
Q1 Q2 Q3
1 33 Netherlands Max Verstappen Red Bull Racing-Honda 1:08.242 1:07.503 1:07.508 1
2 5 Germany Sebastian Vettel Ferrari 1:08.556 1:08.050 1:07.631 2
3 44 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 1:08.614 1:08.088 1:07.699 3
4 16 Monaco Charles Leclerc Ferrari 1:08.496 1:07.888 1:07.728 141
5 77 Finland Valtteri Bottas Mercedes 1:08.545 1:08.232 1:07.874 4
6 23 Thailand Alexander Albon Red Bull Racing-Honda 1:08.503 1:08.117 1:07.935 5
7 10 France Pierre Gasly Scuderia Toro Rosso-Honda 1:08.909 1:08.770 1:08.837 6
8 8 France Romain Grosjean Haas-Ferrari 1:09.197 1:08.705 1:08.854 7
9 7 Finland Kimi Räikkönen Alfa Romeo Racing-Ferrari 1:09.276 1:08.858 1:08.984 8
10 20 Denmark Kevin Magnussen Haas-Ferrari 1:08.875 1:08.803 1:09.037 9
11 4 United Kingdom Lando Norris McLaren-Renault 1:08.891 1:08.868 N/A 10
12 3 Australia Daniel Ricciardo Renault 1:09.086 1:08.903 N/A 11
13 99 Italy Antonio Giovinazzi Alfa Romeo Racing-Ferrari 1:09.175 1:08.919 N/A 12
14 27 Germany Nico Hülkenberg Renault 1:09.050 1:08.921 N/A 13
15 11 Mexico Sergio Pérez Racing Point-BWT Mercedes 1:09.288 1:09.035 N/A 15
16 26 Russia Daniil Kvyat Scuderia Toro Rosso-Honda 1:09.320 N/A N/A 16
17 18 Canada Lance Stroll Racing Point-BWT Mercedes 1:09.536 N/A N/A 17
18 63 United Kingdom George Russell Williams-Mercedes 1:10.126 N/A N/A 18
19 88 Poland Robert Kubica Williams-Mercedes 1:10.614 N/A N/A 19
107% time: 1:13.018
DNQ 55 Spain Carlos Sainz Jr. McLaren-Renault No time N/A N/A 202


Max Verstappen maintained his lead down into the first corner, while just behind, Lewis Hamilton overtook Sebastian Vettel for second. Apart from a few minor changes in the midfield, and Charles Leclerc steadily making upwards progress from fourteenth on the grid, the order remained generally stable for the first few laps. On lap 9 Daniel Ricciardo attempted an overtake on Kevin Magnussen, but Ricciardo locked his tyres, causing a collision which resulted in Magnussen going into a spin and Ricciardo suffering damage to his front wing. Ricciardo was later given a five-second time penalty for the incident. By lap 11 Leclerc had made his way up to sixth place.

By lap 18 the soft tyres were generally running out of life with Sergio Pérez the first to stop the following lap. On lap 20 Mercedes pitted Hamilton, hoping to undercut Verstappen. The next lap, Red Bull pitted Verstappen to try to cover off Hamilton. The pit stop broke the record for fastest pit stop with a time of 1.82 seconds, beating the previous time of 1.88 seconds which was made during the 2019 German Grand Prix.[6] As Verstappen exited the pits the Williams of Robert Kubica pulled out in front of him, forcing the Red Bull to take evasive action; this resulted in Verstappen losing time and falling behind Hamilton. Verstappen and Hamilton quickly passed Leclerc, before Verstappen overtook Hamilton into turn 1. The two then passed Alexander Albon, Valtteri Bottas, and Vettel, who all pitted. At this point in the race, the cars outside the top six ran: Pierre Gasly, Kimi Räikkönen, Antonio Giovinazzi, and Sergio Pérez rounding out the top ten.

Over the next dozen of laps the wind started to pick up in speed. On lap 42 Bottas pitted for hard tyres, with his teammate, Hamilton, pitting two laps later to go onto the mediums. On lap 45 Verstappen pitted to prevent the undercut attempt from Hamilton. Further back, Bottas was unable to find a way past the Ferrari of Leclerc. Bottas retired on lap 52 with a hydraulics problem. His stopped car was adjudged to need a safety car to retrieve, initiating a round of pit stops. Hamilton was told to do the opposite of Verstappen, and so Hamilton stayed out whereas Verstappen pitted.

Further back, Leclerc and George Russell also pitted and any lapped cars were allowed to unlap themselves forcing the safety car to stay out for another couple of laps. At the restart, the order of the top ten was as follows: Hamilton, Verstappen, Vettel, Albon, Leclerc, Gasly, Romain Grosjean, Carlos Sainz, Räikkönen and Giovinazzi. Verstappen managed to overtake Hamilton into turn 1. Further back, the other Red Bull of Albon overtook Vettel for third, while Grosjean in the Haas started to have problems with his car, causing him to drop back. On lap 66 Leclerc overtook Vettel in turn 1, but Vettel, on the back straight, tried to take the position back. The two collided, with Leclerc suffering a broken suspension and Vettel getting a puncture. Both Ferraris retired from the race with terminal damage, and the safety car was called out again.

Mercedes then pitted Hamilton, still on lap 66, onto fresh soft tyres. This put him in line behind the safety car in fourth position, ahead of the McLaren of Sainz, but behind the Red Bulls of Verstappen and Albon, and the Toro Rosso of Gasly. During the safety car, Lance Stroll retired with front suspension damage. At the race restart, on lap 70, Hamilton passed Gasly but made contact with Albon while trying to pass him at turn 10. Albon was sent into a spin and was forced to rejoin the field in fifteenth position. Hamilton, too, was slowed by the contact, allowing Gasly to pass into second place. Verstappen came home to win his third race of the season. Six seconds behind him, Gasly beat Hamilton for second place by 0.062 seconds. Sainz, two seconds behind them both, finished fourth.

Post race

Max Verstappen, Pierre Gasly and Lewis Hamilton (subsequently penalised) on the podium.
Max Verstappen, Pierre Gasly and Lewis Hamilton (subsequently penalised) on the podium.

As the final lap of the race was being run, a stewards investigation was announced concerning the Hamilton–Albon incident on lap 70. The podium ceremony was run with Verstappen, Gasly, and Hamilton, but with the investigation ongoing for Hamilton. The stewards summoned Hamilton and Albon and Hamilton was given a five-second time penalty which dropped him from third to seventh. His penalty promoted Sainz to third, representing Sainz's first podium finish (although Sainz wasn't present at the podium ceremony), McLaren's first since the 2014 Australian Grand Prix and also setting a new record for the youngest combined podium age, beating the 2008 Italian Grand Prix.[7][8] The race also marked the first time in the turbo-hybrid era, introduced in 2014, and the first time since the 2013 United States Grand Prix, that the final podium trio did not feature a Mercedes or Ferrari driver.[9]

Race classification

Pos. No. Driver Constructor Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 33 Netherlands Max Verstappen Red Bull Racing-Honda 71 1:33:14.678 1 25
2 10 France Pierre Gasly Scuderia Toro Rosso-Honda 71 +6.077 6 18
3 55 Spain Carlos Sainz Jr. McLaren-Renault 71 +8.896 20 15
4 7 Finland Kimi Räikkönen Alfa Romeo Racing-Ferrari 71 +9.452 8 12
5 99 Italy Antonio Giovinazzi Alfa Romeo Racing-Ferrari 71 +10.201 12 10
6 3 Australia Daniel Ricciardo Renault 71 +10.541 11 8
7 44 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 71 +11.1391 3 6
8 4 United Kingdom Lando Norris McLaren-Renault 71 +11.204 10 4
9 11 Mexico Sergio Pérez Racing Point-BWT Mercedes 71 +11.529 15 2
10 26 Russia Daniil Kvyat Scuderia Toro Rosso-Honda 71 +11.931 16 1
11 20 Denmark Kevin Magnussen Haas-Ferrari 71 +12.732 9
12 63 United Kingdom George Russell Williams-Mercedes 71 +13.599 18
13 8 France Romain Grosjean Haas-Ferrari 71 +14.247 7
14 23 Thailand Alexander Albon Red Bull Racing-Honda 71 +14.927 5
15 27 Germany Nico Hülkenberg Renault 71 +18.0592 13
16 88 Poland Robert Kubica Williams-Mercedes 70 +1 lap 19
173 5 Germany Sebastian Vettel Ferrari 65 Collision 2
183 16 Monaco Charles Leclerc Ferrari 65 Collision 14
193 18 Canada Lance Stroll Racing Point-BWT Mercedes 65 Suspension 17
Ret 77 Finland Valtteri Bottas Mercedes 51 Oil pressure 4
Fastest lap: Finland Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes) – 1:10.698 (lap 43)

Championship standings after the race

  • Only the top five positions for each set of standings are shown


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External links

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