Max Verstape extended its lead at the World Grand Prix to secure the reins of the Austrian Grand Prix. From the 11 ፡ evening 00 AEST live competition!
From the front of the grid, defensive backs Charles Lecler and Carlos Sins Ferrari comfortably hold the orange as the Dutch army celebrates.
“It was great to see the fans – a lot of smoke in the end!” Verstappen spoke after the Red Bull buggy.
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Also, to make a claim on Sunday’s 11th edition of the competition, Verstappen added eight points to the driver’s rankings.
“The car is good, there are only a few things to fix but overall we are really competitive again this weekend,” he added.
Lecler, who starts in the front row, considers Sunday a good start to “creating a little more pressure on Max.”
“I think we can fight and get out of those places and get to the stage,” said Science, who won his first win at Silverson last weekend. That will be the target. So we hope to be successful in this regard.
After George Russell started for Mercedes on the 13th, his teammate Sergio Perez took the lead in most of his field trips.
Esteban O’Connor finished sixth and seventh for Alpine and Kevin Magnusen, while Lewis Hamilton finished eighth.
Australian Daniel Richardso has started 11th.
Both Hamilton and Russell were involved in a collision with their mechanics as they flattened the board to repair their car.
“I am grateful that I survived today,” said Hamilton. “The team did a great job of getting the car back last night and this morning.
“Tomorrow I will give everything I can,” he added.
The drama began when Fernando Alonso’s Alpine foundations began in the run-up to the double World Cup.
Then ሲ He had a problem with the back when he was working for a light. “The engine killed the men,” the Alpha Roman driver reported. The field was sent to the second round of formation.
Verstappen was caught in the first corner to celebrate Ferrarin’s soft victory, taking third place in the Styrian Mountains after third place in last year’s Grand Prix in Spielberg.
He also won Lecler in his first season with Emola, and, like Italy, hopes to win the Grand Prix in 24 hours.
When he had a little trouble at 100 km, when he won in 1,675 seconds, there was a lot behind him.
Hamilton was outraged for a long time by the admiration of Mic Schumacher’s Hass, and the German later reported that his battle with the seven-time world champion would have been “fun” and that he would have preferred to be released by the team to overtake Magnus.
Initially, there was a relationship between Hamilton Mercedes and Pierre Gasley Alpha Towers, which began to spin.
The French driver said: “I’m so sorry, we started Sprint out of 10 and it ended before the first corner.
“I don’t know exactly what happened, so I have to review it later, but I was with Lewis and I suddenly got the wrong way in the race.”
In Sunday’s competition, Verstappen leads Perez with 38 points, while Lecler is in third place with 44 points.
Austrian Grand Prix Home Grid
Front row Max Verstappen (NED / Red Bull) Charles Leclerc (MON / Ferrari)
2nd row Carlos Sanz (ESP / Ferrari) George Russell (GBR / Mercedes)
3rd row Sergio Perez (MEX / Red Bull) Esteban Okon (FRA / Alpine-Renault)
4th row Kevin Magnusen (DEN / Haas-Ferrari) Louis Hamilton (GBR / Mercedes)
5th row Mike Schumacher (GER / Haas-Ferrari) Lando Norris (GBR / McLaren-Mercedes)
6th Row Daniel Ricardo (AUS / McLaren-Mercedes) Lance Strol (CAN / Aston Martin-Mercedes)
7th row Zhou Guanyu (CHN / Alfa Romeo) Pierre Gasli (FRA / AlphaTauri-Red Bull)
8th Row Alex Albon (THA / Williams-Mercedes) YPN Shunoda (JPN / AlphaTauri-Red Bull)
9th row Nicholas Latif (CAN / Williams-Mercedes) Sebastian Vettel (GR / Aston Martin-Mercedes)
10th row Fernando Alonso (ESP / Alpine-Renault) Valtteri Bottas (FIN / Alfa Romeo)
Note: Bot Botas begins after the return of penalties for new power unit components
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