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today 16:42 | The Dutchman Max Verstappen triumphed at Red Bull on Sunday’s Grand Prix of Spain, the sixth race of the MS F1 motorsport series. UPDATED 17:01 You could watch the course of the Spanish Grand Prix ONLINE also on ŠPORT.sk >> His teammate, Mexican Sergio Perez, finished second, the British George Russell finished third on Mercedes. The current leader of the standings, Charles Leclerc from Monaco, did not finish the race and Verstappen moved to the front. It was the third victory in a row for the 24-year-old defending champion, fourth overall and 24th in his career. He has 110 points and a six-point lead over Leclerc. Russell has extended the successful series in third place and is the only rider so far in the season who has always placed in the top five. At the start, the second Verstappen tried to overtake Leclerc before the opening corner, but he “closed” the space in time and maintained the leading position. The start did not go well for the third Sainz, who was immediately overtaken by Russell and Perez. At the beginning of the race, Magnussen came into contact with Hamilton, who was not punished by the marshals, but Hamilton paid for him with a defect. photo gallery Charles Leclerc, Ferrari Source: SITA After passing, he ranked last with a significant loss. In the 7th round, Sainz did not maintain a monopost in a right-hand turn and lost several positions after going out into the gravel. Shortly afterwards, the Verstappen found itself in a similar situation in the same place, and it turned out that the wind was to blame. In the 24th round, the third Verstappen attacked Russell, who, however, stopped after a series of spectacular fights. At that time, the sovereign Leclerc was in the lead, Perez, Bottas and Sainz rode behind the podium. In the 27th round, however, the Monaco was betrayed by a propulsion unit, its Ferrari monopost lost power, and Leclerc subsequently resigned. Russell shifted to his forehead. In the 31st round, however, the British lost the leading position that Perez had deprived him on the straight. After the 40th round and two pit stops, the order of Verstappen – Perez – Russell settled at the head, followed by Bottas. In the 45th lap, Verstappen put on a medium-hard set of tires and returned to second place behind Perez. He let a teammate in front of him in the 49th round. photo gallery Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes Source: SITA Hamilton gradually moved to the points, later he got over Bottas and in the 60th round he also overtook Sainza, thus ranking behind the podium. The end of the race brought peaceful events. Red Bully Verstappen and Perez guarded the double, and for a long time it seemed that Mercedes would line up behind them. However, Hamilton, who was in 4th place, was finally ordered to save fuel and fired Sainz’s position. The seventh race of the 2022 season is scheduled for a week in Monaco, the Grand Prix will start on Sunday, May 29 at 3 p.m. Voices after the race (source: Sport2 TV): Max Verstappen, winner: “I had a lot of problems during the race. I tried to stay focused. Thank you very much to Sergio Perez. ” Sergio Perez, 2nd place: “I am grateful and satisfied for the excellent team performance. I felt the support of the fans and I am very happy for it. Max and I had different strategies when it comes to tires.” George Russell, 3rd place: “I want to thank and praise all the people in our factory. I had great fights. I have to mention the fans who were fantastic.” Spanish F1 Grand Prix results (66 laps, 1 round: 4,675 km, total: 308.4 km): 1. Max Verstappen (Hol./Red Bull) 1: 37: 20,475 h 2. Sergio Perez (Mex./Red Bull) +13,072 s 3. George Russell (V. Brit./Mercedes) +32,927 4. Carlos Sainz (Šp. / Ferrari) +45,208 5. Lewis Hamilton (V. Brit./Mercedes) +54,534 6. Valtteri Bottas (Fin. / Alfa Romeo) +59,976 7. Esteban Ocon (Fr./Alpine) 1: 15,397 min 8. Lando Norris (V. Brit./McLaren) +1: 23,235 9. Fernando Alonso (Šp. / Alpine) 10. Júki Cunoda (Jap./Alpha Tauri) 11. Sebatian Vettel (Nem./Aston Martin) 12. Daniel Ricciardo (Aus./McLaren) 13. Pierre Gasly (Fr./Alpha Tauri) 14. Mick Schumacher (Nem./Haas) 15 Lance Stroll (Kan./Aston Martin) all +1 round 16. Nicholas Latifi (Kan./Williams) 17. Kevin Magnussen (Denmark / Haas) 18. Alex Albon (Tha./V. Brit./Williams) all +2 rounds Not completed: Charles Leclerc (Mon./Ferrari), Zhou Kuan-yum (China / Alfa Romeo)

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