the pilot of Red Bull Max Verstappen he won Formula 1 Dutch Grand Prix in it Zandvoort Circuitafter having reached yesterday the pole position that it got two accidents although no competitor suffered serious injuries.
Thanks to the recent victory, the dutch reached his ninth straight win and maintains the first place and the considerable distance with the rest of the competitors.
Likewise, the podium was completed by the winner’s partner, Sergio “Checo” Perezand Fernando Alonsowith Aston Martin.
Verstappen thus equaled the number of consecutive victories established by the German Sebastian Vettel in 2013 when I ran too Red Bull.
The current double world champion increases his advantage at the head of the World Cup over his Mexican teammate Sergio Perez4th this Sunday.
The start took place on a dry track, but the rain began to fall shortly after and the drivers had to choose whether to continue on the track or go through the pits to put on rain tyres.
The first to opt for the change was perezwho led the race ahead of the Chinese zhou guanyu (Alfa Romeo).
The rain stopped quickly, this time penalizing the drivers with wet tires and forcing a new pit stop. At this second stop, Verstappen moved into the lead on the 12th lap, ahead of Perez and Alonso.
The Dutch Grand Prix had a rough end
The rain wreaked havoc on Zandvoortsince on the closing of the career developed in the Netherlands, Laurent sergeant collided with the defenses in a corner and the race was slowed down to be able to withdraw the Williams.
Likewise, the Chinese guanyu zhou had complications with his alfa romeo and ended up against the defenses in the first corner known as tarzan. As if that were not enough, the Japanese Yuki Tsunoda (Alpha Tauri) got confused, but was able to continue the race without problems.
The future of Formula 1 marks that next weekend a classic like the Italian Grand Prixin it Monza Autodrome.
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