Sainz secures Silverstone victory and Hamilton shines after Zhou crash

Sainz secures Silverstone victory and Hamilton shines just immediately after Zhou crash

The
10th
race
of
the
2022
F1
year
observed
a different
sizeable
swing
in
the
title
race,
with
Max
Verstappen’s
direct
around
Purple
Bull
workforce-mate
Sergio
Perez
having
a
dent
following
the
defending
champion
sustained
ground
damage.

Sainz’s
victory

in
his
150th
grand
prix
begin

was
not
as
snug
as
he
would
have
appreciated,
with
the
option
seemingly
owning
handed
as
Ferrari
requested
him
to
relinquish
his
posture
to
crew-mate
Charles
Leclerc
as
he
lacked
tempo
but
then
benefited
from
a
late
security
vehicle,
retaking
the
guide
right after
modifying
to
delicate
tyres.

A
terrifying
crash
on
the
opening
lap
involving
5
cars and trucks
left
George
Russell,
Alex
Albon
and
Zhou
out
of
the
race
and
a
pink
flag
waving,
with
the
latter
left
upside
down
and
stuck
within
his
Alfa
Romeo
for
a
prolonged
interval
prior to
getting
taken
absent
on
a
stretcher,
though
fortunately
the
concept
from
the
crew
was
that
he
was
all right.

Beneath
the
purple
flag
restart,
the
first
grid
get
was
reinstated
and
Verstappen,
who
experienced
overtaken
Sainz,
was
not able
to
repeat
his
feat,
while
Perez
had
get hold of
with
Leclerc
that
resulted
in
the
Mexican
driver
tumbling
down
the
purchase
right after
an
early
pit
stop.

An
error
from
Sainz
on
lap
10
noticed
the
Spaniard
run
vast
and
onto
the
grass,
with
Verstappen
taking
the
option
to
seize
the
lead,
but
his
edge
lasted
just
two
laps
as
he
ran
around
a
piece
of
particles
and
experienced
ground
destruction,
ensuing
in
a
considerable
reduction
of
pace
even
just after
a
pit
end.

Sainz
pitted
at
the
close
of
lap
20,
with
Leclerc
subsequent
go well with
6
laps
later on
to
leave
Hamilton
in
the
guide,
but
a
gradual
pit
on
lap
34
still left
him
adrift
of
the
two
Ferraris,
placing
Leclerc
in
the
guide
just after
Ferrari
swapped
positions
prior
to
Hamilton’s
stop.

Esteban
Ocon’s
breakdown
on
the
outdated
pit
straight
on
lap
39
resulted
in
a
safety
vehicle,
with
Leclerc,
who
did
not
pit
for
soft
tyres,
overtaken
by
Sainz

leaving
Leclerc,
Hamilton
and
Perez
fighting
for
a
podium
complete
and
exchanging
positions
multiple
moments.


Perez’s
promising
force

Perez’s
early
pit
cease
appeared
to
have
finished
his
hopes
of
a
podium
finish,
but
he
was
a
main
beneficiary
of
the
basic safety
car
as
it
permitted
him
to
just take
his
expected
pit
cease
without
shedding
time,
sitting
fourth
for
the
restart.

A
thrilling
battle
with
Hamilton
and
Leclerc
noticed
him
go
wheel-to-wheel
with
both of those
motorists
just before
taking
them
both,
securing
a
2nd-place
finish
that
moved
him
34
behind
Verstappen
in
the
championship
standings.


Russell’s
history
ends

Russell
headed
into
his
dwelling
Grand
Prix
with
the
tag
of
Mr
Steady,
standing
as
the
only
driver
in
2022
to
complete
all
9
rounds
in
the
best
5,
but
that
run
came
to
an
conclusion
at
Silverstone
pursuing
the
collision
that
resulted
in
a
pink
flag.

The
early
conclusion
to
his
race
also
indicates
he
concluded
powering
Hamilton
for
the
2nd
race
in
a
row

the
first
time
due to the fact
his
go
to
Mercedes
that
he
has
been
outperformed
by
his
team-mate
in
back again-to-again
race
weekends.


IN
THE
Points

1.
Carlos
Sainz
(Ferrari)
2.
Sergio
Perez
(Pink
Bull)
+3.779
3.
Lewis
Hamilton
(Mercedes)
+6.225
4.
Charles
Leclerc
(Ferrari)
+8.546
5.
Fernando
Alonso
(Alpine)
+9.571
6.
Lando
Norris
(McLaren)
+11.943
7.
Max
Verstappen
(Purple
Bull)
+18.777
8.
Mick
Schumacher
(Haas)
+18.995
9.
Sebastian
Vettel
(Aston
Martin)
+22.356
10.
Kevin
Magnussen
(Haas)
+24.590


Motorists

1.
Max
Verstappen
(Pink
Bull)
181
2.
Sergio
Perez
(Red
Bull)
147
3.
Charles
Leclerc
(Ferrari)
138
4.
Carlos
Sainz
(Ferrari)
127
5.
George
Russell
(Mercedes)
111


Constructors

1.
Crimson
Bull
328
2.
Ferrari
265
3.
Mercedes
204
4.
McLaren
73
5.
Alpine
67

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