Best Formula One Races Of The Last Decade

The article will cover the numerous legendary formula races of the last decade, some memorable matches that were highlighted by championship games. Lets dive in to witness some of the best examples of thrilling, jaw-dropping experiences of Formula one racing.

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Published on June 21, 2022

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    German Grand Prix–2019

    The 2019 German Grand Prix was exciting yet chaotic. It had been almost four years since Hamilton finished second in a race affected by rain when the grid lined up in Germany. Max Verstappen came out to be the winner. Lewis Hamilton, who started on pole, led the race until lap 27 before crashing behind a safety car. He lost the lead, his front wing, and received a penalty for entering the pitlane on the wrong side of a bollard.


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    Austrian Grand Prix–2019

    As part of the eminent Formula One World Championship, this was the 32nd time the Austrian Grand Prix was held since the series began in 1950. Verstappen dropped from second to ninth in the closing laps following a poor start and a lock-up. It only set the stage for an incredible climax with fellow rising star Leclerc, who came as a runner-up. Valtteri Bottas was the second runner-up. 


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    German Grand Prix–2018

    With Hockenheim hosting one of the season's pivotal events, the 2018 German Grand Prix mark the beginning of the V6 hybrid era. Despite unlikely circumstances, Hamilton's win led to a 38-point swing in his championship lead, a race that sparked Vettel's downfall in 2018. Valteri Bottas came out to be the first runner-up. 

    Brazilian Grand Prix–2016

    In his first-ever Brazilian Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton put on a wet-weather masterpiece and claimed the victory ahead of Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg. However, this is just half a victorious fable of race. After staging a stunning comeback to complete the podium, Max Verstappen, who was 19 years old then, was the real game-changer, finishing off a surprising third behind the Mercedes team.


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    Hungarian Grand Prix–2014

    This race was qualified as an absolute masterpiece, claiming to be remembered for formative years to come. Poleman Nico Rosberg maintained a comfortable lead early on in wet conditions, as Hamilton had to begin from the pitlane due to a fuel leak in his Mercedes. The winning move was Ricciardo's dive inside the leading Ferrari into Turn 1. Rosberg's surge ensured he finished on Hamilton's gearbox, while Rosberg's surge put him on third.

    Brazilian Grand Prix–2012

    Historically, the 20th race of the 2012 season will rank among the most bizarre of the decade. During the last round, Vettel led Fernando Alonso by 13 points. Alonso was ninth, on a record to win his third championship. Michael Schumacher, who had withdrawn from the sport for the second consecutive time after Brazil, became F1's youngest triple world champion with Vettel's late pass. Jenson Button came out to be the winner of the championship.

    Spanish Grand Prix–2012

    This race is considered the most remarkable victory of the decade. Pastor Maldonado, the legendary man, won the race in fantastic ways. After the race, the stewards also penalised Michael Schumacher for the crash between Senna and Senna, denying him pole position for the Monaco Grand Prix because of a five-place grid penalty.


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