October 26, 2021

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Hamilton achieved his 100th F1 victory in the Russian GB

The seven-time champion won, but that was not good news for him because Verstappen, who started from last place, finished second.

The English Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) wins 100th title in Formula 1 and takes the lead at the World Championships At the Russian Grand Prix, you enjoyed Star +, Then the final race conditioned by rain and team results.

The Madeleine Carlos Science (Ferrari) led the first laps and built the third box when water appeared in the last six laps. Fernando Alonso He finished sixth after being on stage during the race.

Norris delayed converting the Dutchman, changing his pit entrance tires and giving up the victory Max Verstappen, Who started from the last position, was second, however, it did not allow him to retain his position at the top of the drivers ’rankings.

Dreaming of a Ferrari on the first lap, Carlos Sains, who started second, took advantage of Norris’ slip, which started from the pole and took the lead in the race, and withstood McLaren’s attack in the fight with his former teammates.

However, Norris reclaimed the square due to problems with science in the middle tires and later in the Mexican. Czech Perez (Red Bull) led second with Spanish Fernando Alonso (Alpine) until they changed the hard mix they started.

Hamilton, with new tires, went for the win, he approached Norris, but McLaren had a pulse.

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Until the rain appears in the final turns. Those in front were slow to switch water tires from soft. Hamilton, on the order of the board, went through the pits; Norris tried to catch up, but driving under those conditions was not possible.

The seven-time champion won, but that was not good news for him because Verstappen, who started from last place, finished second.

In the dance of the squares from behind, Science was able to retrieve the third box of the stage.

Australian Daniel Ricciardo (McLaren), winner of the Italian Grand Prix, was fourth behind Finn Voltaire Potass (Mercedes), and behind them, Fernando Alonso on stage, Seco Perez was pushed to ninth and Norris to seventh.