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Bottas won in Turkey, Verstappen regained the lead and “Checo” to the podium

Verstappen leads the World Cup with 262.5 points, six ahead of seven-time English world champion Lewis Hamilton.

Finnish Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes) won the Turkish Grand PrixSixteenth of the World Cup Formula One, which was played this Sunday in Istanbul park and I followed it star +where the dutch Max Verstappen (Red Bull), who finished second, regained leadership of the competition; and his Mexican partner Sergio Perez He completed the podium, and took third place.

Verstappen leads the World Cup with 262.5 points, six ahead of the seven-time English world champion Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes), who started in 11th place – lost ten places on the grid due to an internal combustion unit change – and finished fifth in a wet test (filmed with intermediate vehicles) at Monegasque Charles Leclerc Ferrari was fourth. your spanish friend Carlos Sainz He starred in a comeback – and his name was Driver of the Day – finishing eighth after starting at 19, from the back of the grid, to change his engine.

Bottas, who will drive an Alfa Romeo next year, scored his 10th victory in the Formula One He added to his victory the fastest lap of the race – on the last lap – in one day “Checo” Pérez rose to the podium for the thirteenth time in the First DivisionThe third so far this season. Continuing a great performance – including Hamilton – for Verstappen’s team-mate.

other spanish, Fernando Alonso (Albin), who had finished fifth, lost all options after touching the French player in the first corner Pierre Gasly (Alpha Tauri), sixth this Sunday on a circuit located on the outskirts (in the Asian part) of Istanbul. Double world champion Astori finished the race out of points, in 16th place.

Einglish Lando Norris (McLaren) came in seventh, slightly ahead of Sainz, who retained sixth place in the world championship, half a point behind his teammate Leclerc.

The Canadian also scored Lance’s Outing (Aston Martin) and the French Esteban Ocon (Alpine), which ranked ninth and tenth, respectively, in Istanbul Park.

The next race, the United States Grand Prix, will be held at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin (Texas) on October 24.

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