The Formula One 2020 season starts this week in Australia where Lewis Hamilton and team Mercedes are gunning for glory once again to achieve a record winning streak. You can get an F1 live stream from anywhere you happen to be using this guide on how to live stream F1.
The 2020 F1 season sees Mercedes and Lewis Hamilton as the favourite team and driver to take the titles. Should that happen, it will place Hamilton alongside the legend of Michael Schumacher who won seven times. It will also make Mercedes the first team to ever win seven constructors' titles in a row.
But it's not all plain sailing, despite Ferrari going through some engine controversy. Team Red Bull is a strong contender for the titles with Max Verstappen racing extremely well last season. That said, Ferrari's Charles Leclerc has also been on strong form. If both those teams can offer a consistent car performance this season, the young drivers could upset Hamilton's bid for glory.
The opening Australian Grand Prix will be held at the Melbourne Circuit which is relatively long at 5.3KM and one of the faster tracks. It demands a well-sorted chassis and reactive driving on several corners. Last year Hamilton's pole lap set an average speed of over 235kph, so expect this to be a blistering start to the season.
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By: Luke Edwards