After a Weekend of Ultimate Racing, Lewis Hamilton Conquers the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
For days, we have been reporting on the Grand Prix 2019 that has taken the Emirati capital by storm, and now, after one of the most adrenaline-filled long weekends, the winners have been announced. The 5.5-kilometer Yas Marina Circuit has witnessed F1 racers put everything on the line as they commit their state-of-the-art racing cars for 21 laps of ultimate speed.
Yesterday, the winner, with a record of one hour, 34 minutes, and five seconds, Lewis Hamilton, crossed the finish line with his Mercedes, followed by the Red Bull of Max Verstappen and the Ferrari of Charles Leclerc.
The 34-year-old champion pulled a few doughnuts after completing his final lap, after all, it was his 11th win of the season. From the start of the race, Hamilton maintained the leading position and never looked to have any troubles; it was a smooth win for the Briton, marking its 19th win lights-to-flag victory of his career.
“I can assure you, I am definitely sweating,” Hamilton said when interviewed after the race. “I am proud and super grateful to this team, thank you to everybody here and back home. This car is a work of art,” Hamilton added.