Success was the opposite of Scuderia Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc, who started at the front but failed to finish.
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At the start of the race, Leclerc started well in pole position. Until the 2nd lap, Leclerc was still smoking his rival, Max Verstappen, who was in second place.
Meanwhile, in third place and followed by Lewis Hamilton, Sergio Perez, Fernando Alonso.
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Unfortunately, Leclerc had to crash on lap 18 and was out of the race. As a result, Verstappen occupied the first position followed by Hamilton, Perez, and Russell. The race continued closely.
Meanwhile, Verstappen’s advantage over the other racers continued to drift away. In fact, the lead was up to 7.2 seconds as Sainz moved into DRS Perez’s range.
Until Lap 39: Verstappen continues to lead well in pole position. The French racer was unwavering in racing on his own soil.
Meanwhile, until Hamilton still trailed Verstappen in second position. Behind him were Perez, Sainz, Russell, Alonso, Norris, Ricciardo, Ocon and Stroll.