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Sergio Pérez (Red Bull) won for the second time in his career in a crazy race ahead of Sebastian Vettel (Aston Martin) and Pierre Gasly (AlphaTauri).

Red Bull: Perez P1 / Verstappen P18/DNF

After its excellent performance in Monaco, Red Bull is taking the psychological lead over Mercedes. Sergio Pérez took his first win with Red Bull and the second of his career. Without Max Verstappen’s retirement following the explosion of his left tyre, probably caused by a piece of debris from Lance Stroll’s accident, it would have been a guaranteed double. In the battle for the drivers’ championship with Lewis Hamilton, it’s status quo.

Aston Martin: Vettel P2 / Stroll DNF

Another great weekend for Sebastian Vettel, who picked up where he left off and took a magnificent second place after leading four laps. It is the first podium in history for Aston Martin. Lance Stroll retired with a gearbox problem. His accident had consequences for Max Verstappen’s retirement.

AlphaTauri : Gasly P3 / Tsunoda P7

Pierre Gasly on the podium for the third time in his career, the young French driver is making sparks fly with his AlphaTauri. His recent move to Italy did Yuki Tsunoda good, as he finished seventh and gave AlphaTauri 21 points.

Ferrari: Leclerc P4 / Sainz P8

Another great weekend for the Ferraris. Charles Leclerc started on pole and led the first lap, putting his Ferrari in fourth place and Carlos Sainz in eighth. Important points for his fight with McLaren at the constructor’s.

McLaren: Norris P5 / Ricciardo P9

Back to the Papaya colour so dear to its founder Bruce McLaren. Lando Norris and Daniele Ricciardo finish in the points and keep the contact with Ferrari in the constructors’ World Championship. A good race for the Australian driver after a catastrophic weekend in Monaco.

Alpine: Alonso P6 / Ocon DNF

Fernando Alonso finished sixth and scored important points in the championship. Ocon retired after three laps due to a problem with his power unit.

Alfa Romeo: Räikkönen P10 / Giovinazzi P11

Kimi Räikkönen scored the point for tenth place and finished the race just ahead of Antonio Giovanazzi. Alfa Romeo is eighth in the championship with 2 small points.

Mercedes: Bottas P12 / Hamilton P15

If it wasn’t for Lewis Hamilton’s mistake of deactivating his rear brakes while trying to avoid Sergio Perez on the restart, the British driver would have finished second which would have been a great deal in the drivers’ championship, but alas Lewis finished fifteenth. Bottas finished twelfth in the middle of the pack, a quiet race. It will take more than that to claim the constructors’ title. Zero points in the constructors’ championship, this had not happened since the 2018 Austrian Grand Prix. After a weekend in Monaco to forget, Mercedes is at the bottom of the hole!

Haas: Schumacher P13 / Mazepin P14

The two Haas cars finished the race ahead of the two Williams cars, which is a small feat but there is still a long way to go to score points.

Williams: Latifi P16 / Russell P17

As in Monaco, the Williams finished the race very far back, still no points in the constructors’ championship.

Race

PONUDriverClassConstructorTyreTimeLapCommentGapAveragePTS
111Flag MexicoSergio PérezRed Bull - HondaPi2:13:36.41051-137.440 km/h25
25Flag GermanySebastian VettelAston Martin - MercedesPi2:13:37.79551+0:01.385137.416 km/h18
310Flag FrancePierre GaslyAlphaTauri - HondaPi2:13:39.17251+0:02.762137.393 km/h15
416Flag MonacoCharles LeclercFerrariPi2:13:40.23851+0:03.828137.375 km/h12
54Flag United KingdomLando NorrisMcLaren - MercedesPi2:13:41.16451+0:04.754137.359 km/h10
614Flag SpainFernando AlonsoAlpine - RenaultPi2:13:42.79251+0:06.382137.331 km/h8
722Flag JapanYuki TsunodaAlphaTauri - HondaPi2:13:43.03451+0:06.624137.327 km/h6
855Flag SpainCarlos Sainz, Jr.FerrariPi2:13:44.11951+0:07.709137.308 km/h4
93Flag AustraliaDaniel RicciardoMcLaren - MercedesPi2:13:45.28451+0:08.874137.288 km/h2
107Flag FinlandKimi RäikkönenAlfa Romeo - FerrariPi2:13:45.98651+0:09.576137.276 km/h1
1199Flag ItalyAntonio GiovinazziAlfa Romeo - FerrariPi2:13:46.66451+0:10.254137.265 km/h0
1277Flag FinlandValtteri BottasMercedesPi2:13:47.67451+0:11.264137.247 km/h0
1347Flag GermanyMick SchumacherHaas - FerrariPi2:13:50.65151+0:14.241137.196 km/h0
149Flag RussiaNikita MazepinHaas - FerrariPi2:13:50.72551+0:14.315137.195 km/h0
1544Flag United KingdomLewis HamiltonMercedesPi2:13:54.07851+0:17.668137.138 km/h0
166Flag CanadaNicholas LatifiWilliams - MercedesPi2:14:18.78951(1)+0:42.379136.717 km/h0
1763Flag United KingdomGeorge RussellWilliams - MercedesPi1:33:22.20648+ 3 laps185.096 km/h0
18DNF33Flag NetherlandsMax VerstappenRed Bull - HondaPi1:25:35.56445Tyre + 6 laps189.290 km/h0
DNF18Flag CanadaLance StrollAston Martin - MercedesPi0:52:15.26229Gearbox + 22 laps199.772 km/h0
DNF31Flag FranceEsteban OconAlpine - RenaultPi0:06:01.7053power unit + 48 laps178.206 km/h0
(1) 10 second stop-and-go converted to a 30 second time penalty for not using pit lane

Laps Lead

PONUDriverClassConstructorTyreLapSequence%PTS
133Flag NetherlandsMax VerstappenRed Bull - HondaPi291, 18-4556.860
244Flag United KingdomLewis HamiltonMercedesPi92-1017.650
311Flag MexicoSergio PérezRed Bull - HondaPi812-13, 46-5115.690
45Flag GermanySebastian VettelAston Martin - MercedesPi414-177.840
516Flag MonacoCharles LeclercFerrariPi111.960

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