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Verstappen Makes History at Silverstone in Front of Guardiola

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Dutchman Max Verstappen, a Red Bull driver, was crowned for the first time at the British Grand Prix, the 10th round of the Formula 1 World Championship, which took place today, Sunday, at the Silverstone circuit.

The brilliant Max Verstappen covered the race distance with a time of 1:25:16.938 per hour, ahead of Britain’s (McLaren) Lando Norris by (3.798) seconds and Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) by (6.783) seconds respectively. , through the eyes of “Spanish football philosopher Pep Guardiola, Manchester City manager, English Premier League football champion.

How loud did you scream when the lights went out at Silverstone? ????#BritishGP#F1pic.twitter.com/Kv05XOsNIM

– Formula 1 (@F1) July 9, 2023

Max, Lando and Lewis were so excited about the celebration… they forgot about the trophy ????#BritishGP#F1pic.twitter.com/D4ii9VXDDf

– Formula 1 (@F1) July 9, 2023

If you are a sports trophy, there is a good chance that one of these men has won you ????#BritishGP#F1pic.twitter.com/Uololy6pHF

– Formula 1 (@F1) July 9, 2023

The race saw a Haas car driven by Dane Kevin Magnussen break down and come to a stop on the track as its engine caught fire, causing the virtual safety car system to be applied from laps 33 to 39.

CIRCLE 39/52

Lando holding back Lewis! The battle of seconds starts as soon as the race resumes ????#BritishGP#F1pic.twitter.com/6A2tZeGicZ

– Formula 1 (@F1) July 9, 2023

Max Verstappen continued his dominance of the F1 World Championship and his winning streak with his first win at Silverstone of his career, sixth in a row and eighth in this 10-race season.

Max Verstappen thus cemented his lead in the F1 World Championship standings with 255 points, 99 points ahead of his Mexican teammate Sergio Pérez, followed by Spaniard Fernando Alonso of Aston Martin in third place with 137 points.

DRIVER POSITION

Max passed 99 points ↔️
Lewis takes third place ????
George and Lando make moves ????#BritishGP#F1pic.twitter.com/rUsPcfDeUh

– Formula 1 (@F1) July 9, 2023

Verstappen led the Red Bull team to an eleventh straight win, equaling the record set by McLaren in 1988, when the British team boasted of their French drivers, Alain Prost, a four-time world champion, and the late Brazilian, Ayrton Senna, a three-time world champion. .

Red Bull lead the manufacturer’s list with 411 points, 208 points ahead of second place Mercedes and then Aston Martin in third place with 181 points.

Source: RT

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