this Dutch Max Verstappen (Red Bull) consolidated his lead in the Formula 1 World Championship this Sunday by winning Hungarian Grand Prix; in which advanced nine places become a member eighth win of the year; another unforgettable day for Ferrari fourth place in spanish Carlos Sainz and Sixth of Monegasque Charles Leclercin a race where they faced second and third place respectively.

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The 24-year-old Verstappen improved himself with his twenty-seventh victory in F1 and became the hallmark of a legend like three-time world champion (1969, 71 and 73) Scotsman Jackie Stewart. He took a giant leap forward in his desire to reaffirm his title, at the last Grand Prix before the holiday break. He did so with a superb show after starting tenth on a track where it was very difficult to overtake and where he also had the luxury of turning; before winning in front of two Mercedes: the fastest lap seven-time British world champion Lewis Hamilton and his compatriot George Russell; starting from the ‘pole’ and having to settle for the last third place.

Mexican Sergio PĆ©rez joined the Red Bull party, and after climbing six positions, finished fifth fellow Spaniard, double Asturian world champion Fernando Alonso (Alp), finished eighth On the circuit on the outskirts of Budapest. In 2003, he celebrated the first of his 32 first-class victories.

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‘Mad Max’, who has already commented at the official FIA (International Automobile Federation) press conference on Thursday that the advantage is never big enough to relax and wants to keep adding victories, He proved once again that he is a super sports hunter.

this sunday broke the World Cupeighty more than Leclerc, who now leads with 258 points – who only improved ‘Checo’ by five points. In other words, he would continue to lead the competition if he decided to do so after skipping the next three races, rather than returning from vacation on the last weekend of August, when the championship restarted in Spa-Francorchamps (Belgium). Moreover, he could have won in any of the nine tests remaining for closing without having to climb back to the top of the podium.

Red Bull also boosts its lead in the Constructors’ World Championshipcurrently 431 points ahead of Ferrari by 97 points; getting closer (already at 30) Mercedes: winner of the last eight tag team titles; After a bad start to the season, he repeated the ‘double podium’ in France to hit the fifth ‘drawer’ and then Hamilton.