Finally, Ferrari has triumphed once again and the championship Leader Lewis Hamilton (34) will be delighted for the ailing Sport: “of Course I’d rather win myself, but Ferrari had the Speed to high and Leclerc all days certainly the fastest. So congratulations!”

What is the Briton said in Public: “I can live with those 18 points.” Even if the eternal Mercedes-Pessimist Toto Wolff (47) in the Spa with two podiums and 33 world Cup points of a “damage limitation, we must be satisfied,” said. For comparison: Alfa-has to Clean after 13 races this year, a total of 32 points …

No title-do not Expect Lewis

For Hamilton starts in front of the last eight world championship races, with 268 counters once more the great title-Count. He can sit comfortably back in the armchair. Since the 25 races he has scored always climbed it 22 Times on the podium. Everything is clear for its 6. World Cup crown!

And at Spa, Bottas (3 has.) once again shown that he has in the race just the speed of his masterly driving Mercedes-Partners.

The Finn, now 65 points behind Hamilton, has achieved the renewal of the contract for 2020 will be a big target. He is in “duel” with the British, certainly not a Bitch anymore. Since a stable order is not even necessary.

Verstappen, before the Ferrari Duo

Unfortunately, the fall of the ever-increasing world championship-third verse (Red Bull Honda) with the ill-fated Start-carom against Raikkonen himself out of the title hunt taken after 20 races in a series always in the Top five!

the Dutchman, with 181 points, ahead of the Ferrari Duo of Vettel (169) and Leclerc (157). There, the ship has sailed to the top also. Yes, after the team orders in Belgium, Vettel is ask for his help in return.

Or: Ferrari has now started the internal war, which is denied to the outside, of course, violently. The question is: Can solve the nice boss Mattia Binotto, the delicate number 1 event in Maranello, really?

on Sunday in Monza’s round. Hamilton warns: “a Power-track for Ferrari.” But in 2018, he has won in Italy. In front of Raikkonen – and after a start collision with Vettel.

Lewis Hamilton 268 Valtteri Bottas 203 Max Verstappen 181 Sebastian Vettel 169 Charles Leclerc 157 Pierre Gasly 65 Carlos Sainz 58 Daniil Kvyat 33 Kimi Raikkonen 31 Alex Albon 26 Lando Norris 24 Daniel Ricciardo 22 Sergio Perez 21 Nico Hulkenberg 21 Lance Stroll 19 Kevin Magnussen 18 Romain Grosjean 8 Antonio Giovinazzi 1 Robert Kubica 1 , George Russell 0

08.09.2019: the GP of Italy in Monza 22.09.2019: Singapore GP 29.09.2019: the GP of Russia in Sochi 13.10.2019: GP Japan in Suzuka 27.10.2019: the GP of Mexico in Mexico city, 03.11.2019: GP USA Austin 17.11.2019: the Brazilian GP in Interlagos, 01.12.2019: GP Abu Dhabi