Formula 1: When already passed more than half of the complete classification of the current season of Formula 1 , there seem to be more opportunities for competitors trying to dethrone Vettel . The notable German driver has won 6 races over 11 races, including the Grand Prix of Australia, Malaysia, Turkey, Spain, Monaco and Europe. In addition, it was second in China, Canada, Great Britain and Hungary.
In comparison, it should be noted that of his nearest rival, the Australian Weber , 85 points separate it . On the other hand, this escort in the championship has not won in any individual of the Grand Prix disputed so far of the season, although it has repeated different podios, which allows him to be placed in an expectant but distant position.
Those who do not seem to be resigned are the former world championships, the British Lewis Hamilton and the Spaniard Fernando Alonso, a few Weber units and a first place in at least one of the races. From their role as experienced winners, aspire to fight on the remaining eight dates to achieve a new title for their teams and builders.
Of course, this enthralling march Vettel drags the Constructors ‘ Cup , in which Red Bull exceeds more than 100 points at one of the historic leaders of these championships as it is McLaren, and over a hundred units To the reference for excellence of this discipline, the traditional Italian team Ferrari. Mercedes and Renault are waiting at a much greater distance.
However, despite the apparent favoritism, the history of Formula 1 has revealed many interesting surprises and should probably be expected in the coming new and exciting circuits.
Formula 1 is a competition that acquires many characteristics, one of them being its abundant popularity, in fact it is the most popular within all the activities that take place between motorsports. Another of its peculiarities that each race receives the denomination of “Grand Prize”. Within these races, cars are used with the latest technology available for such races. The beginning of this competition dates from 1950, and from there on has developed with a considerable increase in terms of hobby and public respect.
The pilot who won the first World Championship Formula 1 (championship that meets all the “Grand Prix”) was Giuseppe Farina. It should be known that the start of this competition in 1950 does not mean that before there were no races, in fact also organized various tournament under the category of “International”. Among the teams that stood out above the others, stands out the “Alfa Romeo”, team that in its history is awarded a quite abundant in terms of awards, as well as Felice Nazzaro, who was considered by many as the Best active driver around the world.
Throughout the history of Formula 1 many competitors have been awarded the scepter of champion, but few have been in spite of being champions, have highlighted over the rest. After the Second World War, and despite so much tragedy, the races did not wait and were organized anyway, of course very few, but there were.