In Formula 1, the excitement of the French Grand Prix was experienced. In the breathtaking fight, Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc, who started the race from the pole position, was out of the race, while Max Verstappen from Red Bull reached the victory. Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton, who was in the 300th race of his career, finished the race in the 2nd place, while his teammate George Russell passed the checkered flag in the 3rd place.

The excitement in Formula 1 continued with the French Grand Prix. Red Bull’s Max Verstappen triumphed after Charles Leclerc was out of the race, in the race that was fiercely fought.

Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton, who was in the 300th race of his career, finished the race in the 2nd place, while his teammate George Russell passed the checkered flag in the 3rd place.

Charles Leclerc at the barriers

Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc, who started the race on pole position and fought one-on-one with Max Verstappen, lost control of his car on the 18th lap of the race and hit the barriers in the race where he took the lead and was out of the race. At the end of the race, the young driver stated that the accident was a mistake and was not caused by the problem.

Carlos Sainz storm

Carlos Sainz, who started the race from the 19th row with a 50 row grid penalty due to the changes made in the power unit of his car, managed to rise to the 3rd rank for a while. However, after the Spanish pilot team pitted him, he finished the race in 5th place.

Lewis Hamilton’s 300th race

7-time world champion Lewis Hamilton raced the 300th race of his career with the French Grand Prix. Hamilton, one of the most successful pilots in Formula 1 history, achieved 103 race wins, 103 pole positions, and 187 podiums with this race.

The top 10 in the race are as follows:

  1. Max Verstappen – Red Bull
  2. Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes
  3. George Russell – Mercedes
  4. Sergio Perez – Red Bull
  5. Carlos Sainz – Ferrari
  6. Fernando Alonso – Alpine
  7. Lando Norris – McLaren
  8. Esteban Ocon – Alpine
  9. Daniel Ricciardo – McLaren
  10. Lance Stroll – Aston Martin

By Peter

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