2020 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Race Results
|1||Max Verstappen||RED BULL RACING HONDA||55||1:36:28.645||25|
|4||Alexander Albon||RED BULL RACING HONDA||55||+19.987s||12|
|5||Lando Norris||MCLAREN RENAULT||55||+60.729s||10|
|6||Carlos Sainz||MCLAREN RENAULT||55||+65.662s||8|
|8||Pierre Gasly||ALPHATAURI HONDA||55||+89.718s||4|
|10||Lance Stroll||RACING POINT BWT MERCEDES||55||+102.738s||1|
|11||Daniil Kvyat||ALPHATAURI HONDA||54||+1 lap||0|
|12||Kimi Räikkönen||ALFA ROMEO RACING FERRARI||54||+1 lap||0|
|13||Charles Leclerc||FERRARI||54||+1 lap||0|
|14||Sebastian Vettel||FERRARI||54||+1 lap||0|
|15||George Russell||WILLIAMS MERCEDES||54||+1 lap||0|
|16||Antonio Giovinazzi||ALFA ROMEO RACING FERRARI||54||+1 lap||0|
|17||Nicholas Latifi||WILLIAMS MERCEDES||54||+1 lap||0|
|18||Kevin Magnussen||HAAS FERRARI||54||+1 lap||0|
|19||Pietro Fittipaldi||HAAS FERRARI||53||+2 laps||0|
|NC||Sergio Perez||RACING POINT BWT MERCEDES||8||DNF||0|
2020 Formula 1 Standings – Final Driver Standings
Despite winning in Abu Dhabi Max Verstappen had to settle for third in the 2020 FORMULA 1 Driver Standings as Valtteri Bottas was able to hold off the fast-charging Dutchman thanks to his second-place finish in the final race of the season.
Lewis Hamilton (347 points) finishes the 2020 F1 season on top of the drivers’ standings with Valtteri Bottas (223 points) in P2.
|3||Max Verstappen||RED BULL RACING HONDA||214|
|4||Sergio Perez||RACING POINT BWT MERCEDES||125|
|6||Carlos Sainz||MCLAREN RENAULT||105|
|7||Alexander Albon||RED BULL RACING HONDA||105|
|9||Lando Norris||MCLAREN RENAULT||97|
|10||Pierre Gasly||ALPHATAURI HONDA||75|
|11||Lance Stroll||RACING POINT BWT MERCEDES||75|
|14||Daniil Kvyat||ALPHATAURI HONDA||32|
|15||Nico Hulkenberg||RACING POINT BWT MERCEDES||10|
|16||Kimi Räikkönen||ALFA ROMEO RACING FERRARI||4|
|17||Antonio Giovinazzi||ALFA ROMEO RACING FERRARI||4|
|18||George Russell||WILLIAMS MERCEDES||3|
|19||Romain Grosjean||HAAS FERRARI||2|
|20||Kevin Magnussen||HAAS FERRARI||1|
|21||Nicholas Latifi||WILLIAMS MERCEDES||0|
|22||Jack Aitken||WILLIAMS MERCEDES||0|
|23||Pietro Fittipaldi||HAAS FERRARI||0|
2020 Formula 1 Standings – Final Constructor Standings
With Mercedes strolling to victory in the 2020 FORMULA 1 Constructor Standings and Red Bull Racing untroubled in second, all eyes turned to the three-way battle for third between McLaren, Racing Point, and Renault.
A retirement for Perez dealt a huge blow to Racing Point who lead the trio going into the final race, and with McLaren duo Lando Norris and Carlos Sainz finish 5th and 6th respectively, the papaya squad leap frogged the pink panthers to snatch third overall in the constructor’s battle.
McLaren’s Team Principal Andreas Seidl was thrilled with third, and with extra backing for 2021, is looking forward to the team challenging for podiums and race wins.
“We did it! P3 in the Constructors’ Championship. Congratulations and well done to the entire team, here in Abu Dhabi and back home at the MTC. Together with our drivers and our colleagues from Renault, they coped very well with the pressure to deliver a clean weekend and an excellent performance that helped us outscore our competitors. What an outstanding result at the end of a very challenging and difficult season.
“I’m very proud to be a member of the McLaren F1 team today. We asked a lot from our people this year, but amid the pandemic and a great deal of uncertainty everyone stayed focused on the job in hand. The team back home developed the car throughout the season with continuous updates from the factory, and at the track we kept improving the execution of our race weekends.
“Looking ahead, our results this season, together with our financial news today, provide a stable foundation on which we can build towards the goal of getting back to the front of Formula 1. At the same time, we’re realistic about where we stand and will continue on our journey.
“We’ve had a lot of assistance this year: the support of our fans and our partners has been crucial, as has the work done by the FIA and Formula 1 to ensure we could have a full, safe season. We thank them all. I’d also like to offer a special note of appreciation to our drivers, who both did a superb job this year. We’re looking forward to having Lando onboard for the future, and Carlos leaves with our best wishes for his next chapter in Formula 1. Also, a special thanks to Renault for their great support over the last three years.”
|2||RED BULL RACING HONDA||319|
|4||RACING POINT BWT MERCEDES||195|
|8||ALFA ROMEO RACING FERRARI||8|
2021 Formula 1 Schedule
Below is the 2020 Formula 1 schedule (provisional) which will be updated once the F1 schedule is confirmed.
|2021 Formula 1 Schedule|
|28 March – Bahrain (Sakhir)|
|18 April – Italy (Imola)|
|2 May – TBC (TBC)|
|9 May – Spain (Barcelona)*|
|23 May – Monaco (Monaco)|
|6 June – Azerbaijan (Baku)|
|13 June – Canada (Montreal)|
|27 June – France (Le Castellet)|
|4 July – Austria (Spielberg)|
|18 July – United Kingdom (Silverstone)|
|1 August – Hungary (Budapest)|
|29 August – Belgium (Spa)|
|5 September – Netherlands (Zandvoort)|
|12 September – Italy (Monza)|
|26 September – Russia (Sochi)|
|3 October – Singapore (Singapore)|
|10 October – Japan (Suzuka)|
|24 October – USA (Austin)|
|31 October – Mexico (Mexico City)|
|7 November – Brazil (Sao Paulo)*|
|21 November – Australia (Melbourne)|
|5 December – Saudi Arabia (Jeddah)|
|12 December – Abu Dhabi (Abu Dhabi)|