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Who would be the F1 champion if the results of the last few seasons are repeated?

Max versttapen: 262.5 Lewis hamilton: 256.5 Those are the first two places in the 2021 Formula 1 world championship, with six races to go. It has


Max versttapen: 262.5

Lewis hamilton: 256.5

Those are the first two places in the 2021 Formula 1 world championship, with six races to go. It has been a season contested race by race, as close as few in the history of Formula 1.

At the same six dates, in 1976 Nikki lauda and James hunt they were separated by three dots. Almost two decades later, in 1994, Michael Schumacher and Damon Hill They were only one unit apart (92 vs 91). And in 2006, the German was outscored by two points by Fernando Alonso.

Only Hamilton and Verstappen have a chance to win the title, as the other driver with mathematical chances, Valteri Bottas (177 points), he must expect a miracle: that both the English and the Dutch do not add in almost any of the remaining races.

Missing the GPs of the United States, Mexico, Brazil, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Abu Dhabi in PATTERN We will tell you how the two drivers who lead the world championship have finished on those circuits during the last six seasons. It should be noted that both Qatar and Saudi Arabia are running for the first time and several were not disputed in 2020 due to the pandemic.

The road to the world title

United States Grand Prix 2021 (10/24/2021)

2015.

  • Lewis hamilton
    • Classification: 2nd
    • Race position: 1st
  • Max verstappen
    • Classification: 10th
    • Race position: 4th

2016

  • Lewis hamilton
    • Classification: 1st
    • Race: 1st
  • Max verstappen
    • Classification: 4th
    • Career: Did not finish

2017

  • Lewis hamilton
    • Classification: 1st
    • Race: 1st
  • Max verstappen
    • Classification: 6th
    • Race: 4th

2018

  • Lewis hamilton
    • Classification: 1st
    • Race: 3rd
  • Max verstappen
    • Classification: 15th
    • Race: 2nd

2019

  • Lewis hamilton
    • Classification: 5th
    • Race: 2nd
  • Max verstappen
    • Classification: 3rd
    • Race: 3rd

2020

2021 Mexican Grand Prix (11/07/2021)

2015.

  • Lewis hamilton
    • Classification: 2nd
    • Race: 2nd
  • Max verstappen
    • Classification: 8th
    • Race: 9th

2016

  • Lewis hamilton
    • Classification: 1st
    • Race: 1st
  • Max verstappen
    • Classification: 3rd
    • Race: 4th

2017

  • Lewis hamilton
    • Classification: 3rd
    • Race: 9th
  • Max verstappen
    • Classification: 2nd
    • Race: 1st

2018

  • Lewis hamilton
    • Classification: 3rd
    • Race: 4th
  • Max verstappen
    • Classification: 2nd
    • Race: 1st

2019

  • Lewis hamilton
    • Classification: 3rd
    • Race: 1st

Max verstappen

    • Classification: 4th (pole, but was penalized for not respecting yellow flags)
    • Race: 6th

2020

2021 Brazilian Grand Prix (11/14/2021)

2015.

  • Lewis hamilton
    • Classification: 2nd
    • Race: 2nd
  • Max verstappen
    • Classification: 10th
    • Race: 9th

2016

  • Lewis hamilton
    • Classification: 1st
    • Race: 1st
  • Max verstappen
    • Classification: 4th
    • Race: 3rd

2017

  • Lewis hamilton
    • Classification: Last started
    • Race: 4th
  • Max verstappen
    • Classification Position: 4th
    • Race Position: 5th

2018

  • Lewis hamilton
    • Classification: 1st
    • Career: 1st
  • Max verstappen
    • Classification: 5th
    • Race: 2nd

2019

  • Lewis hamilton
    • Classification: 3rd
    • Race: 7th
  • Max verstappen
    • Classification: 1st
    • Race: 3rd (finished 1st but was penalized for colliding with Albon)

2020

Qatar Grand Prix 2021 (11/21/2021)

  • First time this circuit will be raced
    • Creation: 2004
    • Length: 5,380 km
    • Curves: 16
    • Laps: 57

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2021 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix (05/12/2021)

  • First time this circuit will be raced
    • Creation: 2021 (under construction)
    • Length: 6,174 km
    • Curves: 27
    • Laps: fifty

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Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 2021 (12/12/2021)

2015.

  • Lewis hamilton
    • Classification: 2nd
    • Race: 2nd
  • Max verstappen
    • Classification: 11th
    • Stroke: 16 °

2016

  • Lewis hamilton
    • Classification: 1st
    • Career: 1st
  • Max verstappen
    • Classification: 6th
    • Race: 4th

2017

  • Lewis hamilton
    • Classification: 2nd
    • Race: 2nd
  • Max verstappen
    • Classification: 6th
    • Race: 5th

2018

  • Lewis hamilton
    • Classification: 1st
    • Race: 1st
  • Max verstappen
    • Classification: 6th
    • Race: 3rd

2019

  • Lewis hamilton
    • Classification: 1st
    • Race: 1st
  • Max verstappen
    • Classification: 3rd
    • Race: 2nd

2020

  • Lewis hamilton
    • Classification: 3rd
    • Race: 3rd
  • Max verstappen
    • Classification: 1st
    • Race: 1st

So who would be the world champion?

If we take the record of the last six seasons (with interruptions by the pandemic and two unrecorded unrecorded races), Hamilton would average 19 points per race versus Verstappen’s 12, so the Englishman would achieve his eighth world title.

However, such records take the Dutchman into the Toro Rosso team (RedBull Racing’s “younger brother”) early in his career. If we look at the last races contested (2019, except for Abu Dhabi which was run in 2020), Hamilton achieved 63 points, while Verstappen 61. This is enough for Max to maintain his advantage in the table and achieve his first world title as a driver.

But with two unprecedented races and 52 points still without a record, even getting the fastest lap point could define the season. There will be six great prizes that cannot be missed, in which every turn, every thousandth in the pits, will count.

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The Dutchman was the only one capable of questioning a possible 44 championship, winning five of eight races and leading the general table with 182 points.