(Motorsport-Entire.com) – While the driver of the year has already been selected in multiple versions (from the editorial team to the team bosses to the drivers themselves), Formula 1 followers were able to Formula1.com ? vote at the end of the season about the best race 2019. 21 Grands Prix were available and the decision warfare was clear.

Max Verstappen


The rain chaos from Hockenheim was the best among Formula 1 followers Zoom Download

23 percent of over 13. 000 Vote casting participants selected the Grand Prix of Germany for the best race of the year. So the choice fell on one of the most chaotic runs of the season, which was characterized by numerous spins and failures due to the adverse weather conditions. In the end, Red Bull pilot Max Verstappen was able to cheer.

The Dutchman celebrated his second win of the season ahead of Sebastian Vettel, who was from starting position 20 showed a terrific race to catch up and drove onto the podium. In addition, Daniil Kwjat (Toro Rosso) cheered third on his first podium since 2016. Mercedes, however, experienced a disaster. Lewis Hamilton finished ninth after six (!) Pit stops.

Photos: Huge Prix of Germany

The race with the second most votes in vote casting warfare is no less exciting: The Brazilian Grand Prix came up 13 percent. Here too, Verstappen was at the top of the podium after an impeccable journey, while the Ferrari drivers broke each other's race. Their collision was one of the excitement of the season.

On the podium there were two debutants besides Verstappen in Sao Paulo: Pierre Gasly finished second in Toro Rosso after masterfully defeating Hamilton in the final rounds put up a fight. He initially celebrated third place, but was later punished, used to be promoted Carlos Sainz (McLaren) to the first podium.

Third place in the vote on the best races secured himself Austria and Italy had two Grand Prix awards, as they both won three percent of the votes. However, as a percentage, they fell significantly from the top 2 places. The British Grand Prix was two percent behind.

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