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Daniel Ricciardo wins F1 Italian GP after Verstappen and Hamilton leave

Daniel Ricciardo wins F1 Italian GP after Verstappen and Hamilton leave

Daniel Ricciardo won this Sunday in the Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix, in the Australian driver’s first victory with the McLaren team, which he had not won since 2012, in a race marked by the accident between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton.
On lap 26 (of 53), and after joining the track after stopping in the pits, Hamilton saw how Verstappen tried to overtake him and closed the Dutchman in a corner to prevent it, touching both cars and finishing on the gravel, with the Red Bull boarded the Mercedes.
Both riders suffered no apparent damage, but could not continue in the race, giving way to a Ricciardo who, after starting from 2nd position on the starting grid, overtook Verstappen on the first straight.
Ricciardo, 32, whose last victory had occurred in 2018 (in Monaco with Red Bull) and who has 8 career victories, finished ahead of his teammate Lando Norris and the Finn Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes).
The Monegasque Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) and the Mexican Sergio Pérez (Red Bull) completed the Top 5.
After the 14th race of the season (of the 22 scheduled), Verstappen leads the world championship with 226.5 points, five more than Hamilton (221.5).
This abandonment prevents Hamilton from achieving his 100th victory in Formula 1 and the next opportunity to achieve it will be at the Russian Grand Prix, at the Sochi circuit, on September 26. (AFP)

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– Classification of the F1 Italian GP:

1. Daniel Ricciardo (AUS / McLaren-Mercedes)

the 306,720 km in 1 h 21: 54.365

2. Lando Norris (GBR / McLaren-Mercedes) at 1,747

3. Valtteri Bottas (FIN / Mercedes) 4,921

4. Charles Leclerc (MON / Ferrari) 7,309

5. Sergio Pérez (MEX / Red Bull-Honda) 8,723

6. Carlos Sainz Jr (ESP / Ferrari) 10,535

7. Lance Stroll (CAN / Aston Martin-Mercedes) 15,804

8. Fernando Alonso (ESP / Alpine-Renault) 17.201

9. George Russell (GBR / Williams-Mercedes) 19,742

10. Estéban Ocon (FRA / Alpine-Renault) 20,868

11. Nicholas Latifi (CAN / Williams-Mercedes) 23,743

12. Sebastian Vettel (GER / Aston Martin-Mercedes) 24,621

13. Antonio Giovinazzi (ITA / Alfa Romeo-Ferrari) 27,261

14. Robert Kubica (POL / Alfa Romeo-Ferrari) 29,769

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15. Mick Schumacher (GER / Haas-Ferrari) 51,088

The other pilots did not finish

– Dropouts:

Pierre Gasly (FRA / AlphaTauri-Honda): mechanical problem 4th lap

Max Verstappen (NED / Red Bull-Honda): accident 26th lap

Lewis Hamilton (GBR / Mercedes-AMG): accident 26th lap

Nikita Mazepin (RUS / Haas): mechanical problem 42nd lap

Yuki Tsunoda (JPN / AlphaTauri-Honda): Did not participate

– Ranking of the Drivers’ World Championship:

1. Max Verstappen (NED) 226.5 points

2. Lewis Hamilton (GBR) 221.5

3. Valtteri Bottas (FIN) 141

4. Lando Norris (GBR) 132

5. Sergio Pérez (MEX) 118

6. Charles Leclerc (MON) 104

7. Carlos Sainz Jr (ESP) 97.5

8. Daniel Ricciardo (AUS) 83

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9. Pierre Gasly (FRA) 66

10. Fernando Alonso (ESP) 50

11. Estéban Ocon (FRA) 45

12. Sebastian Vettel (GER) 35

13. Lance Stroll (CAN) 24

14. Yuki Tsunoda (JPN) 18

15. George Russell (GBR) 15

16. Nicholas Latifi (CAN) 7

17. Kimi Raikkonen (END) 2

18. Antonio Giovinazzi (ITA) 1

19. Mick Schumacher (GER) 0

20. Nikita Mazepin (RUS) 0

21. Robert Kubica (POL) 0

– Classification of the Constructors’ World Cup:

1. Mercedes-AMG 362.5 points

2. Red Bull-Honda 344.5

3. McLaren-Mercedes 215

4. Ferrari 201.5

5. Alpine-Renault 95

6. AlphaTauri-Honda 84

7. Aston Martin-Mercedes 59

8. Williams 22

9. Alfa Romeo Racing-Ferrari 3

10. Haas 0

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