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Australian Grand Prix Hamilton will start with pole position for the 8th time | Hamilton will start with the first number, the world record of the pole position for the 8th time

               
Hamilton achieved pole position for the sixth time in Australian Grand Prix
Formula 1 world championship season begins today, final race in Abu Dhabi in December

Sports desk With the final race of Australian Grand Prix on Sunday, the new season of Formula-1 World Championship will begin. The Australian Grand Prix is ​​the first race of the season. While the 21st and the last race will be held in Abu Dhabi on December 1. Only then will the World Champion decide. Like the previous two times, this time there will be a competition to become the world champion between Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel. Hamilton of two consecutive champions Mercedes will save his title. While Ferrar's German racer Vital will have the chance to become the world champion for the fifth time.

On Saturday, the Australian Grand Priety's third practice race and qualifying race happened. World champion Hamilton is the fastest 5-time champion at Albert Park Circuit They took one minute 20.486 seconds to complete one lap of 5.303 km. With this, he achieved the pole position for the sixth and sixth consecutive rounds in this Grand Prix. That is, they will now start with the first number in the race on Sunday. Hamilton equaled the world record of achieving a pole position of 8 times on one track.

Hamilton equals Schumacher
German racer Michael Schumacher, Japan's Suzuka Circuit and Brazilian Racer Aryant Senna had started with pole position 8-8 times on the Imola Circuit in Italy. Hamilton won the pole position for the 84th time in the 230th race. Hamilton's team-mate Valterie Boutas second, Vettel will start from third.

Speed ​​reaches 350 km / hour, so 8 safety tools

Hello: Made of titanium and carbon fiber. A bus can weigh the weight up to.
Survival Cell: Energy Absorb at Crash
Helmets: Made of advanced composite material. The aerodynamic racer keeps the head steady at one place.
Seat: The mold becomes mold according to the body of the racer.
Cockpit: There is a fire extinguisher. Racer can remove the steering and come out in 7 seconds.
Biomaterial Gloves: With the help of sensor, the amount of oxygen circulation in the heart beat and blood is done.
Head and neck support device: Elastic straps are attached to the helmet. Protects the head and neck at the time of the crash.
Hornis: There is a seat belt of 6 points.

In each race, 10 teams participate, each team has two races.

Team
Racer

Mercedes
Lewis Hamilton, Valterie Boutas

Absconding
Sebastian Vettel, Charles Lake Lark

Red Bull
Max Versatpen, Pierre Gasley

Racing point
Sergio Perez, Lance Stroll

Reno
Nico Halkenberg, Daniel Ricardo

Williams
Robert Kubica, George Russell

McLaren
Carlos Sángez, L. Norris

Toro Rosso
Daniel Wyatt, Alexander Elbonon

Haas
Romain Grosgenny, Kevin Magnesen

Alfa Romeo

Kimi Räikkönen, Antonio Giovannaz

Formula-1 calendar
There are 21 races in this season. Season ends on March 17 and ends on December 1. For the first time in F1, the season will end in December. Every race will have an average of 305 km. Only Monaco Grandpas will be 260 km.

Grand Prix
Venewe
Date

Australian
Melbourne
March 17

Bahrain
Sakhir
March 31

Chinese
Shanghai
April 14

Azerbaijan
Baku
28th of April

the Spanish
Montmelow
May 12

Monaco
Monte Carlo
May 26

Canadian
Montreal
9th June

French
Lee Kestlet
23rd June

Austrian
Spielberg
30th June

The British
Silverstone
14th of July

German
Hockenheim
July 28

Hungarian
Mogirod
4th of August

Belgium
Stavellot
September 1

Italian
Monza
September 8

Singapore
Singapore
September 22

Russian
Sochi
September 29

Japani
Suzuka
October 13

Mexican
Mexico City
October 27th

The US
Austin
November 3

Brazilian
Sao Paulo
17th of November

Abu dhabi
Abu dhabi
December 1

The first race was held in 1950, Ferrina won
The first Formula-1 race took place in Silverstone (UK) in 1950. This race was won by Alfa Romeo's Italian racer Giuseppeferferina. The next year Juan Manuel Fengio became the champion of Argentina.

Schumacher successful racer, Ferrari successful team
Michael Schumacher is the most successful racer. He has become the world champion for 7 times. Argentina's Juan Manuel Fengio and Britain's Lewis Hamilton are second with 5-5 titles. Ferraris is the most successful team. She has won the title of 16 times Constructor Championships.
                
                
            

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