Lap 19/55: Stroll around ninth place is a good watch between Leclerc and Casley, but ahead is how it is: 1 Verstappen 2 Bots 3 Hamilton 4 Alban 5 Ricciardo 6 Norris
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Lap 18/55: Daniel Ricciardo has not yet banged, but he has come to an honorable position in fifth place; If he can choose his break wisely, he is in the mix here. Verstappen is now over three seconds away – Mercedes is not exactly threatened yet.
In the lap 17/55: In order to maintain his position of eight, Vettel shows that he has yet to get along with some experts who hold the Science curve. Verstappen, meanwhile, takes the lead for about two and a half seconds.
Lap 16/55: Leglerk was overtaken again by Stroll, but quickly adjusted to get back into the DRS range and finish ninth.
Meanwhile, Science is investigating McLaren for driving too slowly on a pothole, which could result in a severe blow and a five-second fine.
Lap 15/55: As night fell on the Yek Marina, Leklerk’s science elevated Science to eighth place.
Lap 14/55: The two are close to Mercedes Verstappen, who are now eagerly starting the race again; This is now a big test of the nerve to the leader. As he has been marching to record the fastest lap so far, the advantage he got over the Bodos is now more than a second.
In the lap 13/55: If Alban manages to finish fourth, he will advance to sixth in the final championship stages. Hamilton in third place is not yet happy with the performance of his car. Safety car ends
Lap 12/55: Pew. Time to get back: 1 Verstappen 2 Pottas 3 Hamilton 4 Alban 5 Ricciardo 6 Norris 7 Cut 8 Leclerc 9 Science 10 Ula. Mercedes, unlike most, has not yet dug in, nor is Ricciardo, but he admires himself for the cut-out look.
Hamilton is also a little nervous. “The car didn’t turn around,” he says on the radio.
In the lap 11/55: Just as the first four men actually played half the race, Perez’s car could not be moved off the track and now the full safety car was out. There is a suspicion of oil on the track.
Verstappen and Bodas both go to the early pit stop, with Hamilton moving to the middle compounds.
Perez is out of the race!
Lap 10/55: Mechanical trouble for Perez, the winner of the last race, to be stopped in his last race for Racing Point. If his gestures were obligated to go, he was doomed. Verstappen still takes the lead.
Lap 9/55: Casley’s bold move on the quilt will be rewarded straight down and push Casley to eighth.
Lap 8/55: Hamilton closed the gap slightly on the bodas, now four seconds. The tour moves to seventh place.
7/55 in the lap Less event lap So how do they stand: 1 Verstappen 2 Patas 3 Hamilton 4 Alban 5 Norris 6 Science 7 Quad 8 Ula 9 Gas 10 Ricciardo
Lap 6/55: The Red Bull look has a power advantage here, though it still has a long way to go. In that intriguing battle with Norris, Alban advanced to fourth place, behind Russell Perez.
Lap 5/55: Verstappen hadn’t even put a foot wrong so far, stepping well in the beginning, establishing a healthy lead straight down and keeping his followers at a decent distance. He now leads by 2.5 seconds
Lap 4/55: Norris and Alban are the closest fighters in the race so far, with the former leading by one second in fourth place.
In the lap 3/55: Verstappen sets up the second fastest race lap there and travels well. He is in third place with Hamilton for more than two seconds on the Bodos.
Lap 2/55: Magnusson and Russell move back to 17th and 16th, respectively, while Casley replaces Okan in ninth. The precedent for the beginning of this difficult path.
Lap 1/55: Verstappen manipulations start well and get a little straight on the back; Bodas struggled in the beginning, but is in second place. Vettel pushes Leklerk further back.
The lights go out and we go!
Verstappen takes the lead in the first turn
Three drivers in front It all starts with the middle tires – today we see a stop race for most people.
Some pre-race chat From Verstappen: “We had a good lap yesterday. We’re happy to be on the pole. Now we need a good race. I feel confident. I hope we can have a clean start. We can have a little fun there.”
Then Hamilton: “I definitely feel better today than I did. It was an incredible year and season for us as a team and now I feel so cool. “Of course he does
Kneeling and anti-racism The gestures were completed before the anthem time in Abu Dhabi.
Sebastian also sees the cut today The last driver for Ferrari, he had 14GB. “It’s emotional,” said the four – time world champion. “Especially with the dynamics, guys in the garage. Apparently, in terms of results, this is not really high. So I look forward to seeing the checked flag. “Ferrari’s struggles have continued this season, they were at a pace again yesterday, and he was 13th at the start of the cut, one behind his teammate Charles Lecklerk.
How they line up on stage:
1 Max Verstappen, Red Bull 2 Valteri Botas, Mercedes 3 Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes 4 Lando Norris, McLaren 5 Alexander Alban, Red Bull 6 Carlos Science, McLaren 7 Daniel Quiat, albatross 8 Lance Stroll, Racing Point 9 Pierre Casley, albatross 10 Stephen O’Connor, Renault 11 Daniel Ricciardo, Renault 12 Charles Lecklerk, Ferrari 13 Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari 14 Antonio Giovinci, Alfa Romeo 15 Kimi R்கikknen, Alfa Romeo 16 George Russell, Williams 17 Pietro Fittibalti, Haas 18 Nicholas Latifi, Williams 19 Sergio Perez, Racing Point 20 Kevin Magnussen, Haas
Afternoon for everyone. Only once in the last eight years has the title of drivers been ridden in the final Grand Prix of the season, when Nico Rosberg defeated Lewis Hamilton to win the championship in 2016, all of which vibrated in the mild Oval-Ashes-Test-in-90s, a permanent dead rubber. This is Hamilton’s dominance, which seems to have taken root over the years, and the goal of the world title is conveniently determined by this late delay.
But that doesn’t mean we don’t have a race to watch this afternoon. Max Verstappen steals the pole yesterday to win the 70th annual GP at Silverstone in August, captivating the view ahead and raising hopes of Red Bull and Verstappen’s second race victory of the season. Last week’s race was Sergio Perez’s first win and Jorge Russell’s losing streak was also fun.
Hamilton, meanwhile, has reached new heights in these strange years, and although he is post-Coward anxious to deal with today, a year later he is out of his game and you can not rule out anything from him. Along the way, many non-patrolmen will not be begging for this year’s Sports Personality Award for him next week.
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