We are ready to hop across the pond to North America for round seven of the 2019 Formula One World Championship. Montreal has the unique privilege of breaking up the European leg of the season and a city that grinds to a halt over the race weekend as fans from around the world descend on Quebec.
This weekend we head to the coast of the Mediterranean and the crown jewel in the F1 calendar, the Monaco Grand Prix, a race that needs no introduction. The streets of Monte Carlo leave little margin for error, the tight and twisty circuit being highly unforgiving and demanding the very best from both car and driver.
With the first four races of the 2019 FIA Formula One World Championship in the book, we return to familiar ground this weekend as the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya plays host to the Spanish Grand Prix. The fifth round of the year kick starts the traditional European leg of the season and presents a track that is very familiar to both Robert and George, given its status as the venue of pre-season testing. After the race weekend, the second in-season test of 2019 is scheduled to take place with the team’s Official Reserve Driver, Nicholas Latifi, driving the FW42 on both days.
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It’s round four of the 2019 FIA Formula One World Championship and this weekend we head to Baku, scene of some of the most dramatic races of recent seasons. The six-kilometre-long track runs partly along the shoreline of the city’s historic centre, classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, providing a stunning backdrop to the circuit.