Verstappen wins the shortest race in Formula 1 history in Belgium, with Hamilton continuing to lead

Despite the controversy over Ardennes weather, Verstappen had another win this season

Dutchman Max Verstappen (Red Bull) wins Sunday’s rain and gruesome Belgian Grand Prix, the twelfth and lowest in the history of the Formula 1 World Championships; After several interruptions and postponements, only two rounds were played, instead of the rated 44, behind the safety card.

Instead of 25, Verstappen added twelve points, ahead of England’s George Russell (nine points Williams) and world champion Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) and continued to lead the World Cup., After adding seven and a half points: with 202.5, three points ahead of the Red Bulls’ Dutchman.

The race, which was scheduled to start at three in the afternoon (13:00 GMT), was delayed by three installments and until 3:25 (13:25 GMT), cars began to move behind the safety car., Not yet known whether the grid or ‘safety car’ will be given a start in the back. After completing the longest roundabout at the World Championships (7,004 meters) and in view of the danger posed by the conditions of the road and the lack of visibility, a red flag was announced and all cars returned to the garages.

Several announcements regarding the new information and three hours after the scheduled time, before the new red flag was announced everyone went on track to make two laps behind the security car; Must have at least one classification and get a test half score.

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The possibility of postponing the match until Monday is logically impossibleBecause, next weekend it will run again in Holland.

Australian Daniel Ricciardo (McLaren) was fourth, where Spaniard Carlos Sains (Ferrari) finished tenth and added half a point for it. The Matrilonian is sixth in the World Cup, now with 38 and a half points. His comrade Fernando Alonso (Alpine) finished eleventh and Mexican Sergio Seco Perez (Red Bull), twentieth.

Seko, who started seventh, crashed into the installation lap, first damaging the front suspension and it appeared he had lost the race. With interruptions and interruptions, Red Bull adjusted his car and allowed him to get out of the ditch, only to finish where he had started: 20th.

German Sebastian Vettel (Aston Martin) and Frenchman Pierre Casley (Alpha Touri) fifth and sixthIn a race, the Frenchman Estபban O’Connor finished seventh in the Alpine with Alonso’s teammate.

Charles Lecklerk-Science partner also scored in eighth place Ferrari; And Canadian Nicholas Latifi (Williams), ninth.

The next race, the Netherlands Grand Prix, will take place next weekend in Sandwort.

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