Esteban Ocon wins the Hungarian Grand Prix

The pilot, Esteban Ocon, celebrating the victory on the podium.

The pilot, Esteban Ocon, celebrating the victory on the podium.

The French Esteban Ocon (Alpine) won the Hungarian Grand Prix this Sunday, the eleventh of the year, than german Sebastian Vettel (Aston Martin) finished second and in which the sevenfold English world champion Lewis hamilton (Mercedes), who was third, recovered, two months later, the leadership of the World Cup Formula One.

The Spanish Carlos Sainz (Ferrari) and Fernando Alonso (Alpine) completed a sensational performance and finished fourth and fifth, respectively, a race in which Hamilton snatched the lead from the Dutchman Max Verstappen (Red Bull) – eleventh this Sunday – and in which Ocon achieved his first victory in Formula One.

The Mexican Sergio perez (Red Bull), which was involved in the initial accident, had to abandon a test that the two Alpha Tauri drivers, the French Pierre Gaslythat marked the fastest lap- and the Japanese Yuki tsunoda, they finished sixth and seventh, respectively.

The canadian Nicholas Latifi, eighth, and English George Russell, one place behind, they achieved their first points of the season, the first for his team, Williams, finishing just ahead of Verstappen.

After finishing tenth, the Dutchman is second in the championship, six points behind the 192 with which he now leads Hamilton, in the last race before the holiday break.


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