Carlos Sainzsurvived the horror opening lap crashlast weekend, just before Zhou Guanyubroke into the track atSilverstone, on a very turbulent Sunday at the British Grand Prix. Claimed to have won. The finale of the
race was a story of tire changes, delays in overtaking and a long-awaited victory for the Spanish driver who overtook Ferrari's teammateCharles Leclerc. Finally I got off the podium.
Sergio Perez climbed from behind the cue to finish second, whileLewis Hamiltontook second place on the podium this season with more than 140,000 fans. Insisted that he finished in 3rd place in front of.
Attention is now beginning to be directed to another consecutive race week and theAustrian Grand Prix, with Red Bull pairs Max Verstappen and Sainz leading the drivers' championship. increase. This is the second sprint race of the season at Red Bull Ring as the 2022 F1 season is about to enter its next turn.
Follow all the accumulated reactions when the world of F1 began to look at the Austrian Grand Prix this weekend:
Carlos Sainz's victory at Silverstone led to the division of the Ferrari camp, a former employee
Carlos Sainzjumped to 1st place in the last 10 laps after a safety car was deployed and the tires were switched quickly at theBritish Grand Prixon Sunday, so he was in F1. Celebrated the first victory. The
Ferrariguy, like many of the challengers behind him, moved to the soft compound towards the end, but his teammates.Charles Leclerc, who was leading the race at the time, couldn't keep up and eventually finished in 4th place.
Sainz's first victoryhad a widespreadcelebration, but not everyone on the team at his 150th F1 start. Was suggested by a former Ferrari employee. I felt exactly the same.
Each driver had a team behind the scenes and Leclerc was so dissatisfied with how the race finale panned out, so he took part in the team-wide celebration. I think I had to. Checkered flag.
"SilverstoneI've heard an ugly episode that happened right after the race and I trust the source," writes Alberto Antonini. In the column ofFormulapassion.it,as a former press officer of Ferrari.
Spanish drivers have to bite into the command to protect their teammates' lead late in the race Did not