All you need to know about USA, Track and Formula 1 Race Weekend is Austin Special

Alles wat je moet weten over de VS, het circuit en het Formule 1-raceweekend

The Formula 1 circus will land in the United States next weekend. Due to the Govt-19 eruption, the United States Grand Prix was not held in 2020, so we return a year later. Next weekend is the time to look around the country, city and round: GPFans goes to America.

United States

As usual, we first look at the country of the race in this section. In doing so, we see a part of history, culture, geography and culture. But hey, what else is there to say and learn about the most famous and most influential country in the world? The history of America is vast, glorious and long. The country was discovered in 1492 by the Spanish explorer Christopher Columbus. He was actually looking for India, but suddenly found another continent on the other side of the Atlantic. At that time, the country was called the ‘New World’, from where a glorious history arose.

With a population of 332 million, it is now the second most populous country after China and India, with an area of ​​about 10 million square kilometers, the second largest in the world after Russia and Canada. The country is made up of 50 separate governed states, all of which have some degree of independence. The capital of the country is Washington DC. Other major cities in the country include New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Phoenix and Philadelphia. Joe Biden has been president of the country since January 20, 2021. He then picked up a long list of Donald Trump and famous pioneers. Think of names like John F. Kennedy, Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton.

Verstappen and Ricciardo have fun bullshit

Americans love entertainment and the country is known for its huge entertainment industry, with Hollywood leading the way. In terms of sports, games like American football, basketball, baseball, ice hockey are very popular in the United States, however people love racing. Significantly, Formula 1 is not the most popular racing class in the United States. Americans prefer to ride an IndyCar or NASCAR.

Austin, Texas

The Formula 1 circus operates on other circuits in the United States, the most popular race in Indianapolis. We are now becoming a regular part of Austin in Texas. Texas is the second largest state in the United States after Alaska, with a population of 28 million, and the second most populous state in the country after California. It is also known for the many Mexican people who live in the state of Texas. After all, the state is on the Mexican border. Texans are also a very proud people and many residents call themselves Texans rather than Americans. Aside from Austin, cities like Houston, Dallas, San Antonio and El Paso are big, well-known cities. Austin is the capital of the state of Texas, and next weekend we will be racing there.

Austin’s Skyline

This Weekend Platform: The Round of America

Back to Formula 1. Next weekend is the time to stare at the battlefield. This round was introduced on the calendar in 2012, after which drivers were delighted with the challenge of providing layout and track. Mostly Lewis Hamilton Texas has the opportunity to travel happily with five wins under its belt, four of which were consecutive between 2014 and 2017, Sebastian Cut, Kimi Rக்கோikknen On Voltaire Potass The circus won the remaining races before being forced to avoid Austin in 2020.

Straight in Austin

The circuit is really one of a kind. Herman Tilke’s design was inspired by well-known curves from other rounds. For example, 3 to 6, reminiscent of Silverstone’s famous MacArthur and Pecketts, followed by 7 and 8 turns based on the Senna-S in Interlogos. According to many drivers, the first field is fast and exciting, while the second and third fields are slightly slower and require more technique from the editors. The 10th twist is also an interesting one. Drivers get there at full speed. The Raiders suddenly start a division there, which is why it is also called the ‘End of the World’.

Unforgettable moments

Of course, this time we are taking some memorable moments from Texas. One of Austin’s iconic, memorable moments comes from 2015. Lewis Hamilton won his third World Championship in the United States. Rosberg, battling for his last chances in the title race, made a significant steering error eight hours before the end of the race, which allowed him to overtake Hamilton and move on to victory. The points resulted in an irreplaceable deficit for Rosberg and The Hammer was allowed to add his third world title.

Hamilton and celebrities celebrated success in 2015

The pictures coming from the Cooltown room are also definitely worth a look. Hamilton, of course in the excitement of his victory, throws the second-place cap to teammate Rosberg. The German, stunned after his mistake, was not happy and threw the hat back to the new world champion. This creates a bad situation, so it gives us beautiful pictures. Drove through Max Verstappen That year was also a race. He drove with him Red bull From B10 to fourth place.

Back to the present

With this history in mind, it’s time to focus on next weekend. The men return to Texas, promising that it will be another wonderful weekend. Verstappen is coming off a six-point break to attack Lewis Hamilton in the state capital as he fills his nails in the UK. Experts expect Mercedes Being the mother party in the US is something that all Verstappen fans will have to wait for again.


Friday, October 22nd
VT1: 6:30 PM VT2: 10:00 PM

Saturday, October 23rd
VT3: 8:00 PM Quali: 11:00 PM

Sunday, October 24th
Betting: 9 p.m.

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