Spanish Grand Prix – Hamilton won, fifth, double Mercedes success

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The defending champion Lewis Hamilton, a British British competitor, won the Spanish Grand Prix, Formula 1 fifth race on Sunday, and took the lead again.

In the 234th race of the five-time world champion, he won the 76th time – the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya for the fourth time – and the 139th podium.
Behind her teammate, the Finnish Valtteri Bottas became the second, so the fifth in the series was a double Mercedes success, which is a record setting.
Red Bull’s Dutch driver Max Verstappen ranks third. Ferrari’s four-time world champion, Sebastian Vettel, Germany, finished fourth.
Nico Hülkenberg had to start the race from the podium because his car had been replaced by a nose, and Antonio Giovinazzi was ranked five in the gear shift.
After the start, Hamilton went ahead of Bottast and stood in front of him, and Verstapp was ahead of Vettel. In the jump, the first three runners kept his position confidently, but Ferrari’s pilot in Monaco Charles Leclerc was ahead of his teammate Vette in the 12th round.
Vettel started the turn of the wheel, and Hamilton led his teammate for more than seven seconds. Ferrari chose a different tactic for Leclerc and Vettel, the former was tough and the latter got medium-sized tires. After the shows, Vettel backed his teammate in round 37.
Twenty rounds before the end of the collision between Lando Norris and Lance Stroll, gravel came into the ground, so they sent the safety car, exploiting the majority of the pilots to replace the wheel. In race 52, racing was released, but no longer any excitement or change of place for the hair.
Hamilton leads the vb with 112 points, Bottas has 105 points in second place. The Formula 1 World Championship will continue in Monaco two weeks later.

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