Lewis Hamilton wins chaotic Tuscany GP


In the early stages of the race, one driver dropped out and after another, including Verstappen who started from P3. The 22-year-old Dutchman left the circuit disillusioned within one lap. Just like last week at Monza, his car turned out not to be in order. It went well for about 150 meters, but when the gas went full, there was no stopping it. A tap from Kimi Räikkönen was enough to end the race of the quickly relapsed Verstappen. Pierre Gasly, winner at Monza last week, was also the victim of the early crash. “I’ll be done with it for a while,” said Verstappen balend.

The safety car entered the track, but the misery was far from over. Antonio Giovinazzi gave too much towards the end of the safety car situation, ending the gas on the straight except for his own race. also those of, Kevin Magnussen, Carlos Sainz and Nicholas Latifi. The red flag flew, so a restart followed. After the race resumed, Mercedes drivers Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas continued to dominate.

Max Verstappen leaves his bolie

Max Verstappen leaves his bolie

The crash seemed to have been suffered for the rest, but nothing else was true. On the 44th lap, Lance Stroll crashed. He drilled his car into the tire stack at a rapid pace. Because the car of the Racing Point driver had to be towed away, the race was stopped for the second time. Stroll was the eighth dropout. In the meantime, the overheated car of Renaul driver Esteban Ocon had given up.

Hamilton made it all happen. The Briton further consolidated his leading position in the battle for the world championship with his victory. Bottas was further ahead of Verstappen because of his second place. Alexander Albon eased the pain somewhat for Red Bull. The 24-year-old Thai was ahead of Daniel Ricciardo in the battle for third place. Sergio Perez completed the top ten.

Also view the results and the standings in the battle for the world title in Formula 1.

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