Dutchman Max Verstappen became the new F1 champion, beating Lewis Hamilton in the final lap at the Abu Dhabi GB.
United Arab Emirates – Dutch Max Verstappen (Red Bull) was declared the world champion for the first time this Sunday Formula One, After winning at the Yas Marina Circuit Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, At the end of the year, his best rival, Louis Hamilton of England (Mercedes) took second place and Carlos Sains (Ferrari) of Spain took third; On the last lap it was settled in an insane and exciting manner.
VerstappenThe 24-year-old, from polar position, became the first driver to win a World Championship from the Netherlands and the first to do so with a Honda engine in 1991 and the first Brazilian legend McLaren Ayrton to win three World Cups for Brazil.
The 36-year-old Hamilton led the race, going five laps, as Canadian rider Nicholas Latifi (Williams) crashes as the safety car enters the track. Betting resumed due to lack of twist; And Verstappen won his first title, beating the seven-time world champion with a cold tire fitted to the entrance to a ‘safety car’.
Mercedes He had to settle for winning the Constructors World Cup for the eighth time in a row, when another Red Bull, Mexican Sergio Perez, entered the defense car lane and was eventually dropped.
He finished third this Sunday, signing his sixth platform at Science F1, the fourth with Ferrari; He also rose two places to finish fifth at the World Cup, the best result of his entire career, his best season in the primary category.
The other Spanish, Asturian doubles world champion Fernando Alonso (Alpine) finished eighth and finished the season – the year he returned to F1, after two absence – in tenth, signing his best campaign since 2014 when he drove a Ferrari. .
Absolutely insane ending Verstappen -Greetings and hugs from Hamilton after the test- Japan’s Yuki Sunoda won his first World Cup in fourth place race, ahead of the other Alba Touri, Frenchman Pierre Casley.
Seventh English Lando Norris (McLaren), before Alonso; The ninth entered the finish line in front of his French teammate Esteban O’Connor this Sunday at Yas Marina.
Monaco’s Charles Leklerk – who finished the World Cup behind his teammate Science – finished tenth in Abu Dhabi and added one point.
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