Sainus wins his first Formula 1 victory

Ferrari’s Spaniard Carlos Sainz claimed his first victory in Formula One with his first place in the British Grand Prix at Silverstone, in a thrilling race that saw a grueling start that halted the start and an epic finish.

Science led the race in front of the Mexican Red Bull driver Sergio Perez, while the British 7-time world champion Lewis Hamilton came third with Mercedes.

The current Dutch world champion Max Verstein finished the race in seventh place, but he maintained the lead in the world championship standings.

“I don’t know what to say, it’s great,” said Sainus after the win. First race win in 150 races with Ferrari and at Silverstone, it’s a very special day.”

Behind Science was a final epic battle between Pires, Hamilton and another Ferrari driver, Charles Leclerc of Monaco.

This is the eleventh consecutive race that Hamilton has not won, and is the longest losing streak for the seven-time world champion.

“I was in the middle of the battle, but the adjustment we brought here brought us closer to them,” said Hamilton, who greeted the 130,000 fans in the stands.

And the tenth round of the World Championship began with the raising of the red flag after a terrible accident involving many drivers at the start of the race.

By Editor

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