Potass won in Turkey, Verstaben regained the lead and ‘Seko’ came on stage

Verstappen leads World Cup with 262.5 points, seven-time England world champion Lewis Hamilton

Finnish Voltaire Potass (Mercedes) won Turkish Grand Prix, Sixteenth of the World Cup Formula One, Played at Istanbul Park this Sunday, you continued it Star +, Where the Dutch Max Verstappen (Red Bull), runner-up, regained the tournament lead; And his Mexican partner Sergio Perez Finished the stage and took third place.

Seven-time English World Champion Verstappen leads the World Cup with 262.5 points Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) started eleventh – he lost ten points on stage due to the replacement of the internal combustion unit – and finished fifth in a test in the wet (which was shot with intermediate alloys) in Monacos Charles Lecklerk (Ferrari) Fourth place. Your Spanish companion Carlos Science He starred in the comeback — and was named Driver of the Day, finishing eighth after starting the tenth, from the back of the stage, for changing his engine.

Driving to Alfa Romeo the following year, Potas scored his tenth victory Formula One And the fastest lap in the race -the last lap-, in a day ‘Secco’ Perez climbed a podium in the first division for the thirteenth time, Third so far this season; Hamilton completed an outstanding performance – in support of his teammate Verstappen.

Other Spanish, Fernando Alonso (Alpine), starting fifth, lost all options after touching the Frenchman in the first corner Pierre Casley (Alpha Touri), located in the suburbs of Istanbul (in the Asian region) is the sixth this Sunday in the round. Asturian finished sixth in the race outside the doubles world champions points.

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English Lando Norris (McLaren) was seventh, slightly ahead of Science, who retained sixth place at the World Championships, half a point ahead of his teammate Leclerc.

The Canadians also scored Lance Stroll (Aston Martin) and French Estepan O’Connor (Alpine), ranked ninth and tenth in Istanbul Park, respectively.

The next race will take place on October 24 at the United States Circuit in Austin, Texas.

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