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FORMULA 1 | Final classification of the GP of the Netherlands, with Alonso second and Sainz, fifth

Max Verstappen has added a new victory in the F1 Dutch GP and has equaled Sebastian Vettel’s record of nine consecutive wins. The Dutchman managed to manage his advantage from pole position in very difficult race conditions, with intermittent rain and two red flag interruptions to score their eleventh home win, spurred on by the orange fans.

Verstappen was on the podium accompanied by Fernando Alonso, who gave a recital and was chosen driver of the day, also finishing with the fastest lap in the race. The Asturian is thus reunited with the best version of him. The improvements to the Aston Martin after the holidays have worked and Alonso has added his seventh podium with the Silverstone team. Carlos Sainz, fifth, has minimized damage with a Ferrari that has had a difficult weekend on a track with high downforce, while his teammate Leclerc has retired.

Dutch GP

Race (75 laps, 306.648 km)

1. Max Verstappen (Red Bull) 2:24’04″411

2. Fernando Alonso (Aston Martin) at 3″744

3. Pierre Gasly (Alpine) a 7″058

4. Sergio Pérez (Red Bull) at 10.068

5. Carlos Sainz (Ferrari) at 12″541

6. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) a 13″209

7. Lando Norris (McLaren) a 13″232

8. Alexander Albon (Williams) a 15″155

9. Oscar Piastri (McLaren) a 16″580

10. Esteban Ocon (Alpine) a 18″346

11. Lance Stroll (Aston Martin) a 20″087

12. Nico Hülkenberg (Haas) a 20″840

13. Liam Lawson (AlphaTauri) 26″147

14. Kevin Magnussen (Haas) a 26″410

15. Valtteri Bottas (Alfa Romeo) a 27″388

16. Yuki Tsunoda (AlphaTauri) a 29″893

17. George Russell (Mercedes) a 55″754

Withdrawn:

Gyanyu Zhou (Alfa Romeo)

Charles Leclerc (Ferrari

2023-08-27 16:14:39
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