Formula 1: Max Verstappen returned to victory in a perfect weekend for Red Bull in Japan

Left behind was the abandonment of Max Verstappen in it Australian Grand Prix What did the victory mean? Carlos Sainz and a tough defeat stops the Dutch pilot who is not used to rubbing shoulders with defeat. Recovering in a great way, the main face of Red Bull he won Japanese GP on a weekend for the team led by Christian Horner.

Proving once again that this is an outstanding pilot, Verstappen He dominated the race from start to finish on Asian soil, taking 12 seconds ahead of his teammate, the Mexican. Sergio Pérez which took second place, closing an ideal weekend for Red Bull.

With this victory, the current world champion achieved his third victory of the season (last week he broke his historic 43 wins in a row) and also led the third double for his team after what was achieved in Bahrain y Saudi Arabia.

Regarding who completed the podium, who raised their hand again, after their victory on the previous day in Australiawas Carlos Sainz that, together with Charles Leclercwho finished fourth, Ferrari continues to garner large shares so far this year.

The British Lando Norris (McLaren), the Spanish Fernando Alonso (Aston Martin), the English George Russell (Mercedes), the Australian Oscar Piastri (McLaren), also British Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) and the japones Yuki Tsunoda (AlphaTauri) completed the Top 10.

With this result, Verstappen establishes himself as leader of the World Cup with 77 pointsfollowed by Czech Perez (64), Leclerc (59) y Sainz (55). In the constructors’ World Cup, Red Bull is 21 points ahead of Ferrari (141 to 120), followed by McLaren (69), Mercedes (34) y Aston Martin (33).

Thinking about how the calendar continues in the Formula 1after the triumph of Verstappen in the circuit Suzukathe next day will also be in Asiaon this occasion with the Japanese Grand Prix which will have its main race on Sunday, April 21.


2024-04-07 14:15:12
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