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F1: Hamilton conquers the Brazilian GP

Also, it has been a bad weekend for Stroll. Has been the victim of the impact of Tsunoda. For this reason he suffered damage to his car


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Also, it has been a bad weekend for
Stroll. Has been the victim of the impact of
Tsunoda. For this reason he suffered damage to his car and has ended up abandoned. He was the first driver to leave. One more time,
Aston martin he does not score points and remains very off the hook in the constructors’ world championship.

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Alonso He started in 12th position and was able to finish in the points zone, ninth, behind his teammate,
Esteban Ocon. They have been measured with
Norris and with
Vettel, but the McLaren’s pit stop and the strategy and pace of
Vettel They facilitated access to these point areas. It should be noted that Alpine has also benefited from the accident of
Tsunoda against
Stroll. Not only has he destroyed the nose but he has been penalized with 10 seconds. He finished in position 15.

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In Hamtilon’s first threat, he overstepped when he wanted to regain position after being overtaken by the Briton and, therefore, there was a departure from the track by both drivers. They both over-braked, Vestappen was going out and Hamilton had two options, to go further and not crash and to brake excessively and not to go off. Overtaking just not investigated because there was race, excitement and nothing to say.

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Flawless race with a high pace. Has overtaken
Verstappen after twelve laps of intense fighting, and with a controversial overtaking laps behind that ended, deservedly, in a
no research by the FIA. Hamilton finished the race with a 10.496-second lead over Mad Max. Yes, superiority of the Mercedes but not as much as in Mexico, which
Verstappen he practically drove alone with more than 16 seconds of advantage over the British. Of course, Mercedes strategy with many questions, for a premature stop of a
Bottas that he has served as a squire.

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1. Bottas

2. Verstappen

3. Sainz

4. Pérez

5. Norris

6. Leclerc

7. Gasly

8. Ocon

9. Vettel

10. Hamilton (* penlized with 5 positions for changing power unit)

11. Ricciardo

12. Alonso

13. Giovinazzi

14. Stroll

15. Tsunoda

16. Latifi

17. Russel

18. Schumacher

19. Mazepin

20. Raikkonen (* penalized. He starts from the pitlane for changes in the car in parc fermé)

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Chronic sprint classification:
F1 Brazilian GP: Sainz Show (3rd) and Bottas helps a burning Hamilton

Carlos Sainz statements:
Sainz, after being 3rd in the sprint in Brazil: ‘I am very satisfied’

Hamilton Sanction:
F1 GP Brazil: Hamilton disqualified and his eighth title in jeopardy!

Verstappen fine:
F1 GP Brazil: The FIA ​​has already decided on Verstappen

Chronicle FP2:
Alonso leads Free Practice 2

Chronic classification:
Lewis Hamilton overtakes Verstappen in Brazil standings

Chronicle FP1:
Hamilton overtakes Verstappen ahead of qualifying today

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Mercedes shoots with bullet against the FIA ​​and sends a forceful warning

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F1 GP Brazil: The FIA ​​has already decided on Verstappen

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1. Bottas

2. Verstappen

3. Sainz

4. Pérez

5. Norris

6. Leclerc

7. Gasly

8. Ocon

9. Vettel

10. Hamilton (* penlized with 5 positions for changing power unit)

11. Ricciardo

12. Alonso

13. Giovinazzi

14. Stroll

15. Tsunoda

16. Latifi

17. Russel

18. Schumacher

19. Mazepin

20. Raikkonen (* penalized. He starts from the pitlane for changes in the car in parc fermé)

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1. Mercedes – 481.5 points

2. Red Bull Racing Honda – 479.5 points

3. Ferrari – 269.5

4. McLaren – 255 points

5. Alpine – 106 points

6. Alphatauri – 106 points

7. Aston Martin – 68 points

8. Williams Mercedes – 23 points

9. Alfa Romeo Racing Ferrari – 11 points

10. Haas Ferrari – 0 points

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1. Max Verstappen – 314.5 points

2. Lewis Hamilton – 293.5 points

3. Valtteri Bottas – 188 points

4. Sergio Pérez – 165 points

5. Lando Norris – 150 points

6. Charles Leclerc – 138 points

7. Carlos Sainz – 131.5 points

8. Daniel Ricciardo – 105 points

9. Pierre Gasly – 86 points

10. Fernando Alonso – 60 points

11. Esteban Ocon – 46 points

12. Sebastian Vettel – 42 points

13. Lance Stroll – 26 points

14. Yuki Tsunoda – 20 points

15. George Russell – 16 points

16. Kimi Räikkönen – 10 points

17. Nicholas Latifi – 7 points

18. Antonio Giovinazzi – 1 points

19. Mick Schumacher – 0 points

20. Robert Kubica – 0 points

21. Nikita Mazepin – 0 points

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