System 1 is back and in the off-season 2020, many F1 records could get new owners. The focus will be on Lewis Hamilton's hunt for Michael Schumacher's outstanding achievements, and some other records may fall.
Michael Schumacher ended his career of 2006 with 91. victories, which was 40 victories more than then-ranked Alain Prost. This is one of Schumacher's most fascinating records, but to the extent that Lewis Hamilton will continue in his current rhythm when he wins an average of 23 . racing, the German record will fall for years 2020.
NUMBER OF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP NUMBERS
Lewis Hamilton won his sixth world title in the 2019 season. If Hamilton were able to replicate this achievement in the offseason 2020, the Briton would have equaled Michael Schumacher with seven titles at the top of the timeline.
NUMBER OF SEQUENTIAL CONSTRUCTION ADDRESSES
Mercedes won its sixth consecutive World Champion title among constructors last season, breaking the German Ferrari record (1999) – 2004). If Mercedes succeeds in the offseason 2020, the Silver Arrows team will become the most dominant team in Formula One history.
YOUNGER WORLD CHAMPION
Both Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc can become the youngest Formula One World Champions in the 2020 season, with Sebastian Vettel still of the year 2010 won the giant title 23 with Red Bull for years and 134 days.
NUMBER OF STARTINGS IN THE RACE FOR VN FORMULA 1
Kimi Raikkonen Can Become The Runner Up In Formula One Season 2020 With The Most Starts In Formula One GP Formula 1 Record 2010 . Rubens Barrichello is still holding F1 races, and Raikkonen can break the Brazilian record to 10. racing season in Spielberg.
NUMBER OF WINS ON ONE GREAT AWARD
Hamilton can also reach the record for the number of wins at one Grand Prize. While Schumacher has won the French Grand Prix eight times, Hamilton has a record of two runs on which he has made seven appearances in his career.
NUMBER OF STOPNIC
Hamilton may also become the most successful runner in the number of stairs next year. From the beginning of the hybrid era, Hamilton ends up on stage with the winners of a whopping 80% of all races in a season. As a result, it is very likely that the Briton will also be able to surpass this record, for which he only has to step four times on the winning stage.
NUMBER OF POINTS
Record 221. Both Michael Hamilton and Kimi Raikkonen can be outpaced by Michael Schumacher in the season 2020, which is still behind the German