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Monday, June 25, 2018

Hamilton wins 1st French GP leads Championship title race over Vettel.

Hamilton wins 1st French GP leads Championship title race over Vettel. 




        Mercedes Driver Lewis Hamilton is leading the Formula 1 Driver championship by winning its first French Grand Prix in the Ten years, Hamilton has clear points over his rival  Sebastian Vettel who is on the fifth position in the podium and has clashed with Valtari Bottas in the first Corner.

Max Verstappen driver of Red Bull/Renault got second position & Kimi Raikkonen, Ferrari's driver stay on third in the podium.




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Hamilton (Supremacy) on the Title Winning Race.



Hamilton completed easily clear of the Red Bull of Max Verstappen to move into a 14-point lead over Vettel, who got back home off the platform in fifth.

That was one place in front of Bottas, who was spun around by Vettel at Turn 1 on a tumultuous opening lap.

Vettel got an extraordinary begin and drew close by Bottas on the keep running into the main corner, however, pulled out of within just to bolt his front-left and clack into Bottas.

That broke Vettel's front wing and gave Bottas a left-raise cut, with both limping back to the pits to change to delicate tires - Vettel endeavored to bear on dashing into Turns 3 and 4 and softly labeled Romain Grosjean's Haas, albeit both proceeded.

At a similar corner, Pierre Gasly lost the back of his Toro Rosso and slid into the back of Esteban Ocon's Force India, putting the two drivers out of their home stupendous Prix on lap one.



Hamilton how takes the 1st Podium in the Spanish GP 2018.




As it is Happens in French GP.


That incited a wellbeing auto, under which Hamilton drove from Verstappen, who had taken to the run-off to keep away from the Bottas-Vettel conflict, and Renault's Carlos Sainz Jr, who cleared around the outside of Daniel Ricciardo at Turn 2 when the Red Bull ran profound into the principal corner.

Hamilton began to fabricate a prompt lead when dashing continued on lap five, with Verstappen an agreeable second as Ricciardo needed to hold up a couple of laps to recover third from Sainz.

The Renault slipped back further as Kimi Raikkonen recouped from an outing to the run-off to the keep away from the principal corner mess.

He ran fifth for the following dozen laps or so before Vettel, who had changed to delicate tires and cut his way through the request in the wake of rejoining the tail of the field behind the security auto, made it over into the main five.

Vettel's solid pace on new tires quickly place him in a platform position when Ricciardo and Raikkonen halted around mid-separate, yet with his tires blurring - and a five-second time punishment hanging over his set out toward the Bottas crash - he was a sitting duck.

After about six laps Ricciardo, on softs, reclaimed the platform spot by holding a more tightly line through the quick twofold comfortable 10 and 11, and a further six laps later Raikkonen utilized new super softs to clear his team-mates for fourth.

Raikkonen utilized his tire favorable position to bolt in on Ricciardo with seven laps staying, at that point propelled a few unsuccessful assaults at the outside of Turns 1 and afterward Turn 3.

He influenced the move to stick by drafting the Red Bull down the back straight into the Turn 8 chicane to take the last platform put.

Ricciardo completed a large portion of a moment clear of Vettel, who was battling with tires however talented a free pitstop when Mercedes brought in Bottas for an obscure reason.



What Next Happens.


 Formula 1 moves to Austria next weekend, the next F1 event will be held at Austrian Red Bull Ring track on First July, where Ferrari and leading Mercedes will likely again be a close match, and picking a winner is impossible.






POSDRIVERCARLAPSGAP
1Lewis HamiltonMercedes531h30m11.385s
2Max VerstappenRed Bull/Renault537.090s
3Kimi RaikkonenFerrari5325.888s



Drivers' standings

POSDRIVERPOINTS
1Lewis Hamilton145
2Sebastian Vettel131
3Daniel Ricciardo96




Constructors' standings

POSCONSTRUCTORPOINTS
1Mercedes237
2Ferrari214
3Red Bull/Renault164

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