The circus of the Formula 1 lands this weekend in the United Kingdom to celebrate the fourth round of the World Cup that will take place on the Silverstone circuit. After the overwhelming dominance shown by the Mercedes in the first three races of calendar, the pair formed by Lewis Hamilton and Valttery Bottas will try to impose its law on the Grand Prix of Great Britain.
The British pilot and championship leader He will fight in his land to take the 25 points and strengthen his figure as leader. The world champion of Formula 1 He is determined to match the seven titles of the German Michael Schumacher and his performance seems incontestable.
On the other hand, this championship test will be a new opportunity for Ferrari reverse the difficult start who have suffered this 2020. Surpassed by difference by Red bull and immersed in the fight of the middle of the grid, the Italian team has the need to evolve and take a step forward to return to be measured with the best. Contesting the championship to the silver arrows seems a long way off.
For his part, Carlos Sainz and Lando Norris They will try at Silverstone to keep the competitive rhythm and the great results that McLaren has obtained at the beginning of this season. Those of Woking face the race with the illusion of making their public enjoy, that this time will not be able to fill the stands of the British circuit, and of reaping good points that allow them to lead the middle of the table.
As it is gradually becoming customary, the Grand Prix will maintain the current format with tough security protocols to face the Covid-19. The most “social” events will be done while maintaining rigorous standards.
On television, Movistar F1 will broadcast the training sessions, qualifying and the race over the weekend. The following section breaks down the training schedules, classification and career.
2020 British GP schedule
Friday, July 31
Free practice 1: 12.00 – 1.30 p.m.
Press conference for team leaders: 2:00 p.m.
Free practice 2: 16.00 – 17.30
Saturday August 1
Free practice 3: 13.00 – 14.00
Classification: 16.00 – 17.00
Sunday August 2
Race: 16.10 hours