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A historic leclerc, a 99th pole



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Charles Leclerc was made a 99th pole of history Formula 1. It was a unfortunate sport, the Grand Prix Bahrain was the 999 race since the World Championships were created in 1950.

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Leclerc is also the first Monegasque to identify pole positions. His competitors Louis Chiron and Olivier Beretta have not been higher than their eighth place.

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Charles Leclerc is the first carrier to hold a race for over 40 laps without winning from Lewis Hamilton at Monaco Grand Prix 2015 (Nico Rosberg's victory).

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Lewis Hamilton won his 74th Grand Prix prize. It is 17 on the back of Michael Schumacher's table.

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This is Lewis Hamilton's 53rd prize with Mercedes, compared to 72 Schumacher's Ferrari's, Sebastian Vettel 38's for Red Bull and 35 with Ayrton Senna with McLaren.

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This is the 13th year in a row where Hamilton won at least one Grand Prix from 2007. Only Michael Schumacher has been better (15 years from 1992 to 2006).

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Charles Leclerc signed the first-ever record of his career, also the first expedition to the Monaco driver.

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As a result of this performance, # 16 became the first driver in history to win 16 points in a Grand Prix.

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Leclerc was also the first Monegasque to climb the podium from the 1950 Monaco Grand Prix.

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This is the local level of Louis Chiron (pictured in 1955) who achieved this performance in Principal, with Maserati.

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Lewis Hamilton has signed podum 136 his life. The guidance (155) is only directed by Michael Schumacher, and it is Sebastian Vettel 111.

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Valtteri Bottas completed the top three in his career for the 32nd career of his career, which was the equivalent of Jean Alesi, Jacques Laffite and actor Jim Clark.

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Sebastian Vettel was in charge of the 99th Grand Prix for her 99th career, with 221 starting. Formerly Michael Schumacher (142) and Lewis Hamilton (130).

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The Vettel won their 10th successively in a row, as the worst series from the wild season in 2016 proved to be the worst.

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At the fourth place, Max Verstappen saw a series of six people's episodes coming to an end. Red Bull driver, on the other hand, has still had 11 races in the top 5 row.

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Sixth place, Lando Norris, the 60th British driver who got points. The USA followed 51 drivers in the points (mainly due to Indianapolis 500 miles from 1950 to 1960), Italy with 47 and France, 38.

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The seventh, Kimi Räikkönen has voiced points for the 20th century since his first Formula 1, as 221 Michael Schumacher, 202 Fernando Alonso and 194 Lewis Hamilton.

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In the ninth century, Alexander Albon became the second Thailand to gain points.

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Prince Bira, a three-person author who came into the top 5 between 1950 and 1954, was caught by Maserati.

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With the recording of a Stroll, Romain Grosjean recorded his 42rd reduction in 145 starts – 28.97%, the highest percentage in the board. The 2012 season made a significant contribution to eight out of 19 (42.11%).

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Carlos Sainz has lost so many retirements (two) in 2019 as in 2018.

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Nico Hulkenberg and Daniel Ricciardo stopped at the end of the race, with both the units of power combined. This is the first time that Renault has left the Mexico Grand Prix from 2017 and its first doubled from the Jarno Trulli and Fernando Alonso at the Grand Prix in 2003.

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For the First Formula 2 Race, he brought Alesi, Schumacher and Delétraz together for the first time in 24 years … in particular Giuliano Alesi, Mick Schumacher. (Left) and Louis Delétraz (Right)Jean Alesi's son, Michael Schumacher and Jean-Denis Delétraz, all three in a row at the start of the European Grand Prix in Formula 1.


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