Max Verstappen [Red Bull] overcame all the competition on the Jose Carlos Pace track and celebrated winning the race for the Brazilian GP in Sao Paulo. The second place was chaired by Pierre Gasly [Toro Rosso] after chaotic events in recent rounds, and Lewis Hamilton [Mercedes] took the third podium.

In a chaotic race at Interlagos, Verstappen sovereignly controlled the race and eventually celebrated the well-deserved victory. Just before the end of the race, both Ferrari racers resigned after the collision, and after a series of collisions and safety cars, Pierre Gasly took second place. Third place went to Lewis Hamilton [Mercedes], who was threatened with a five-second penalty due to a collision with Alexander Albon.

Carlos Sainz [Mclaren], who started from the last starting position, finished fourth with a stop. An excellent result was also achieved by the Alfa Romeo team as Kimi Raikkonen and Antonio Giovinazzi finished fifth and sixth respectively.

The seventh place went to Daniel Ricciard [Renault] and the eighth to Lando Norris [Mclaren]. The top ten were also completed by Sergio Perez and [Racing Point] and Daniil Kvyat [Toro Rosso].

Max Verstappen almost collided with Robert Kubica in boxing, receiving a five-second penalty due to dangerous boxing.

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Max Verstappen started off sovereign from pole position, and Lewis Hamilton managed to overtake Sebastian Vettl and make it to second place. Bottas held on to fourth place and a good inaugurate came with 14. also succeeded Charles Leclerc, who made it to eighth in a few rounds.




Verstappen leads, but Hamilton sweeps previous Vettel for P2! # BrazilGP ?? # F1 pic.twitter.com/vXb5zCgZtI

– Formula 1 (@ F1) November 15, 2019

Round 8 is in the fight for 13. the place collided with Kevin Magnussen and Daniel Ricciardo, who had to travel to a stop in the pits due to a damaged front wing, while the Danes spun and fell to the start of the starting lineup. Meanwhile, Leclerc overtook Raikkonen and Gasly and made it to number six.

LAP 8 / 71

Ricciardo goes for a movement on Magnussen, but spins the Haas spherical ? # BrazilGP ?? # F1 pic.twitter.com/YnlRIkaT3F

– Formula 1 (@ F1) November 15, 2019

Meanwhile, Verstappen claimed a 2.5 second lead over Hamilton, followed by Vettel at the same distance. Hamilton was boxed as the first among the leaders to 21. lap, and the Brit returned to the track with the softest version of the tires. At Red Bull, they immediately reacted, and in the next round, Verstappen started to change tires, but almost collided with Robert Kubica on his exit from the pits.

Hamilton broke in front of the Dutchman, but Verstappen attacked at the starting finish line and again broke in front of the Mercedes racer.

LAP 22 / 56

Verstappen pits a lap later, and nearly collides with Kubica within the pit lane! He emerges within the Hamilton again… # BrazilGP F # F1


– Formula 1 (@ F1) November 17, 2019

Vettel stayed 4 laps longer on the track, and the German returned with a medium-hard version of tires on the track, but was already behind Verstappen 10 seconds. The Dutchman quickly gained a few seconds of advantage and Hamilton was in 44. circle again for a second stop. He also called Red Bull Verstaappna into boxing in the next round and this time the Dutchman returned to the Mercedes driver without much difficulty.

Valtteri Bottas returned after Charles Leclerc after the second stop and we followed a tense fight for fourth place. Monacan defended his position aggressively, but Bottas could not find his way past the fast Ferrari. The finca is then in 53. released a Mercedes engine lap and a safety car drove onto the track.


Bottas is out! The Finn Parks Up His Smoky Mercedes at Flip 4 # BrazilGP ?? # F1 pic.twitter.com/TWQB56 Vh 19

– Formula 1 (@ F1) November 17, 2019

Verstappen made his third stop, while Hamilton, with his worn tires, went ahead and took the lead. After a few laps, the safety car pulled away and Verstappen easily passed Hamilton and took the lead again. In the first corner, Vettla's aggressive maneuver overtook Albon and the Red Bull racer broke into third.

Five laps before the end, both Ferrari racers clashed in fourth place. Leclerc overtook Vettl in the first corner, but the German wanted to answer on the second plane and an enact of collision ensued. Leclerc drove off the track with a broken suspension, and Vettl blew a tire shortly afterwards, which meant that both Maranell team racers ended the race prematurely.

The safety car returned to the track and Hamilton once again drove to the pits and dropped to fourth place. In the end, a chaotic turn ensued, with Hamilton first rushing to Albona, which meant that the Red Bull racer was spinning, with Pierre Gasly second. Verstappen easily brought the enact victory to the lead while Hamilton chased Gasly all enact the finish line, but the Briton ran out a few yards.


1 26 Max Verstappen Red Bull-Honda
2 Pierre Gasly Toro Rosso-Honda
3 27 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes
4 53 Carlos Sainz Jnr McLaren-Renault
5 7 Kimi Raikkonen Alfa Romeo-Ferrari
6 71 Antonio Giovinazzi Alfa Romeo-Ferrari

3 Daniel Ricciardo Renault
8 4 Lando Norris McLaren-Renault
9 Sergio Perez Racing Point-Mercedes
22 Daniil Kvyat Toro Rosso-Honda
17 Kevin Magnussen Haas-Ferrari
55 George Russell Williams-Mercedes
8 Romain Grosjean Haas-Ferrari
12 21 Alexander Albon Red Bull-Honda
13 23 Nico Hulkenberg Renault
14 63 Robert Kubica Williams-Mercedes

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