New Formula 1: Sergio Perez wins Singapore. Debate over the Mexican conquest– News

New Formula 1: Sergio Perez wins Singapore. Debate over the Mexican conquest– News

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Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc from Monaco was 2nd, and his Spaniard Carlos Sainz Jr. he was the 3rd. Verstappen kept his position as the circuit leader.

Due to heavy rain on the track, the start was postponed by an hour.

After the start, Perez took the lead, passing lead winner Leclerc with no problems. The 2nd Red Bull driver was even worse. Verstappen should have missed out on a bit and fell from 8th on the beginning grid to 12 th.

Also the seven-time world champ, the Englishman Lewis Hamilton from Mercedes, did refrain from doing well at the start, he missed out on the very first corner, however thankfully there was no accident.

Verstappen rapidly recuperated from the preliminary loss. Currently after 4 rounds he was promoted to 9th location, however in front of him was the four-time world champ of Germany Sebastian Vettel (Aston Martin), who might not be surpassed for a long period of time.

At the start of the race, all motorists were using damp tires, the track was damp and for that reason slippery. The hard conditions indicated that numerous rivals had problems with managing the cars, 6 cars did not reach the goal. Others fell off the track and struck the security bands, however Frenchman Esteban Ocon from Alpine needed to retire due to engine failure.



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Very rapidly, on the 8th lap, the Chinese Guanyu Zhou from the Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen group retired, after the Canadian Nicholas Latifi from Williams ended up the journey, striking the board and harming the suspension. The next couple of laps, everybody was on damp tires, Verstappen, when asked by the engineer about the condition of the track, stated just: it is still extremely damp.

In the 22 nd lap, misfortune befell the Spaniard Fernando Alonso from Alpine, who stopped working to complete his 351 st location in his F1 profession due to a mishap.

On the front, the circumstance did not alter. Perez was leading, with 2nd Leclerc almost 5 seconds behind the leader. In a minute of total displeasure, Sainz was followed by Hamilton, who grumbled on the radio that the Spaniard was braking in front of his nose and not permitting him to pass him. Problem ended on lap 35 when Hamilton went into the service location to change the front wing and went back to the grid in ninth.

Around laps 35-38 the motorists began going to the garage to alter tires. The very first technique was presented by George Russell from Mercedes and initially– when the track was still damp– he had terrific problems handling the maker. When the track dried up, Brit began taping great times. He was not able to make up for the loss, taking last location, 14 th in the race amongst motorists who reached the surface line.

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Later, more problems for Verstappen started. After the reboot, he obstructed the wheels, needed to alter tires and went back to the track in 14 th location. With brand-new tires, he started to “spin” the finest times, as an outcome he was seventh at the surface line.

Perez was leading the entire time, he was around 2 to 3 seconds ahead of the Ferrari driver. When it ended up being clear that at the reboot he had actually broken the security vehicle treatments and might be punished after the race, he absolutely sped up.

At the goal, the Mexican was the fastest, however whether he wins will be chosen by the Stewards, who will consider his case after the race. If he is provided a 5 2nd charge, he will protect top place, as he was 7.595 seconds quicker than Leclerc’s 2nd. If the charge is higher, Leclerc will be the winner.

Singapore GP Results:
1. Sergio Perez (Mexico/ Red Bull) 2: 02.15238
2. Charles Leclerc (Monaco/ Ferrari) 7,595 sec
3. Carlos Sainz Jr. (Spain/ Ferrari) 15.305
4. Lando Norris (UK/ McLaren) 26,133
5. Daniel Ricciardo (Australia/ McLaren) 58.282
6. Lance Stroll (Canada/ Aston Martin) 1.01330
7. Max Verstappen (NL/ Red Bull) 1.03825
8. Sebastian Vettel (Germany/ Aston Martin) 1.05032
9. Lewis Hamilton (England/ Mercedes) 1.06515
10 Pierre Gasly (France/ Alpha Tauri) 1.14,576
Disqualified: Zhou Guanyu (China/ Alfa Romeo), Nicholas Latifi (Canada/ Williams), Fernando Alonso (Spain/ Alpine), Alexander Albon (Thailand/ Williams), Esteban Ocon (France/ Alpine), Yuki Tsunoda (Japan/ Alpha Tauri ).
Overall F1 category (17 out of 22 races each):
1. Max Verstappen (Netherlands/ Red Bull) 341 points
2. Charles Leclerc (Monaco/ Ferrari) 237
3. Sergio Perez (Mexico/ Red Bull) 235
4. George Russell (England/ Mercedes) 203
5. Carlos Sainz Jr. (Spain/ Ferrari) 202
6. Lewis Hamilton (England/ Mercedes) 170
7. Lando Norris (England/ McLaren) 100
8. Esteban Ocon (France/ Alpine) 66
9. Fernando Alonso (Spain/ Alpine) 59
10 Valtteri Bottas (Finland/ Alfa Romeo) 46
Classification of contractors:
1. Red Bull 576 points
2. Ferrari 439
3. Mercedes 373
4. McLaren 129
5. Alpine 125
6. Alfa Romeo 52

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