Formula 1 heads to Silverstone next for the British Grand Prix on 14 July after back-to-back races in France and Austria.

Max Verstappen’s win for Red Bull in their home GP in Austria on 30 June ended Mercedes’s eight-race winning run.

Despite missing out on his seventh win of the season Mercedes ace Lewis Hamilton still leads the F1 drivers’ championship by 31 points from team-mate Valtteri Bottas. 

Verstappen has climbed to third in the championship after his victory at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg. Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc are fourth and fifth respectively. 

In the constructors’ championship Mercedes are top with 363 points while second-placed Ferrari have 228 and Red Bull have 169 in third. 

British GP tickets and TV details

The 2019 British GP could be the last hosted at Silverstone unless a new deal is signed between circuit owners the British Racing Drivers’ Club and Liberty Media.

This year’s race takes place at 2.10pm on Sunday 14 July and is live on both Sky Sports F1 and Channel 4

For ticket details see

F1 2019 standings 

Drivers’ championship 

Standings after nine races of the 2019 season: 

  • 1. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) 197 points  
  • 2. Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes) 166 
  • 3. Max Verstappen (Red Bull) 126  
  • 4. Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari) 123 
  • 5. Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) 105  
  • 6. Pierre Gasly (Red Bull) 43  
  • 7. Carlos Sainz (McLaren) 30 
  • 8. Lando Norris (McLaren) 22 
  • 9. Kimi Räikkönen (Alfa Romeo Racing) 21 
  • 10. Daniel Ricciardo (Renault) 16  
  • 11. Nico Hulkenberg (Renault) 16  
  • 12. Kevin Magnussen (Haas) 14 
  • 13. Sergio Perez (Racing Point) 13  
  • 14. Daniil Kvyat (Toro Rosso) 10  
  • 15. Alexander Albon (Toro Rosso) 7  
  • 16. Lance Stroll (Racing Point) 6  
  • 17. Romain Grosjean (Haas) 2  
  • 18. Antonio Giovinazzi (Alfa Romeo Racing) 1  
  • 19. George Russell (Williams) 0  
  • 20. Robert Kubica (Williams) 0 
Constructors’ championship 

Standings after nine races of the 2019 season: 

  • 1. Mercedes 363 points  
  • 2. Ferrari 228  
  • 3. Red Bull 169  
  • 4. McLaren 52  
  • 5. Renault 32  
  • 6. Alfa Romeo 22  
  • 7. Racing Point 19  
  • 8. Toro Rosso 17  
  • 9. Haas 16  
  • 10. Williams 0

F1 2019 season guide: calendar and race winners

The 2019 F1 season has 21 grands prix on the schedule. All races take place on a Sunday and the start times below are all UK. 

Race When Where Start time/race winner
F1 Australian Grand Prix  17 March Albert Park Circuit, Melbourne, Australia Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes)
F1 Bahrain Grand Prix 31 March Bahrain International Circuit, Sakhir, Bahrain Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
F1 Chinese Grand Prix 14 April Shanghai International Circuit, Shanghai, China Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
F1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix 28 April Baku street circuit, Azerbaijan Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes)
F1 Spanish Grand Prix  12 May Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
F1 Monaco Grand Prix 26 May Monaco street circuit, Monte Carlo Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
F1 Canadian Grand Prix 9 June Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Montreal, Canada Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
F1 French Grand Prix 23 June Paul Ricard, Le Castellet, France Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
F1 Austrian Grand Prix 30 June Red Bull Ring, Spielberg, Styria, Austria Max Verstappen (Red Bull)
F1 British Grand Prix  14 July Silverstone, England 2.10pm
F1 German Grand Prix 28 July Hockenheim, Baden-Württemberg, Germany 2.10pm
F1 Hungarian Grand Prix 4 August Hungaroring, Budapest, Hungary 2.10pm
F1 Belgian Grand Prix 1 September Spa-Francorchamps, Stavelot, Belgium 2.10pm
F1 Italian Grand Prix  8 September Autodromo Nazionale Monza, Italy 2.10pm
F1 Singapore Grand Prix 22 September Marina Bay, Singapore 1.10pm
F1 Russian Grand Prix  29 September Sochi Autodrom, Russia 12.10pm
F1 Japanese Grand Prix 13 October Suzuka, Japan 6.10am
F1 Mexican Grand Prix 27 October Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez, Mexico City, Mexico 7.10pm
F1 United States Grand Prix 3 November Circuit of the Americas, Austin, Texas, USA 7.10pm
F1 Brazilian Grand Prix 17 November Interlagos, Sao Paulo, Brazil 5.10pm
F1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 1 December Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi, UAE 1.10pm

F1 TV coverage in the UK

What TV channel is F1 on in 2019?

Sky Sports F1 will show every race live in 2019. Jenson Button, the 2009 F1 champion, joins the Sky Sports presenting team.

Channel 4 will show the British Grand Prix live on 14 July and will broadcast highlights of the other 20 races.

F1 season ticket on Now TV

Formula 1 fans can also watch the action live on Now TV. Viewers can subscribe to a Sky Sports F1 season ticket via Now TV for all 21 race weekends. A one-off payment costs £195 – the equivalent of £5 per week.

2019 drivers and teams

Team names, drivers, numbers and engine providers
Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport #44 Lewis Hamilton and #77 Valtteri Bottas Mercedes
Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow #5 Sebastian Vettel and #16 Charles Leclerc Ferrari
Aston Martin Red Bull Racing #10 Pierre Gasly and #33 Max Verstappen Honda
Renault F1 Team #3 Daniel Ricciardo and #27 Nico Hulkenberg Renault
Rich Energy Haas F1 Team #8 Romain Grosjean and #20 Kevin Magnussen Ferrari
McLaren F1 Team #4 Lando Norris and #55 Carlos Sainz Renault
SportPesa Racing Point F1 Team #11 Sergio Perez and #18 Lance Stroll Mercedes
Alfa Romeo Racing #7 Kimi Raikkonen and #99 Antonio Giovinazzi Ferrari
Red Bull Toro Rosso Honda #26 Daniil Kvyat and #23 Alexander Albon Honda
Williams Racing  #88 Robert Kubica and #63 George Russell Mercedes


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