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Verstappen wins Austrian GP as Vettel regain championship lead after Hamilton retires.

Verstappen wins Austrian GP as Vettel regain championship lead after Hamilton retires.

    Red Bull’s Max Verstappen claimed his first victory of the 2018 Formula 1 season at the team’s, the Austrian Grand Prix. But the race turned around as bad luck for Lewis Hamilton, who on the second position in Austrian GP pole, he was forced to retire on lap 63 with a fuel pressure problem.

With the Ferraris of Kimi Räikkönen stay on 2nd in the podium and Sebastian Vettel got the third position in F1 Podium.

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Austrian GP As It is Happened.

Hamilton has lost his title lead, with a 15-point swing for the German, who presently leads by a solitary point. It is the first run through Red Bull have won their home gathering and Verstappen ran his race to flawlessness, running with excellent control, pace and ability while dealing with his tires, where others experienced rankling that seriously hampered their races.

Red Bull driver Max Verstappen took the checkered banner at the group's home race in front of Kimi Raikkonen and Vettel. Post sitter Valtteri Bottas additionally resigned on a woeful day for Mercedes.

Vettel currently drives Hamilton, who neglected to complete out of the blue since the 2016 Malaysian Grand Prix, by one point in front of one week from now's British Grand Prix.

Hamilton began in second, yet thundered off his imprints on the 300-meter charge to one side gave opening corner to accept the lead from his colleague Bottas.

The Finn briefly slipped behind Verstappen and Raikkonen for fourth, however, advanced back past the two drivers with a challenging move around the outside of Turn 4 on the main lap.

It was a fantasy begin for Mercedes, with their title pioneer in front of partner Bottas, and Vettel withdraws the request after his framework punishment. Be that as it may, the race flipped on its head in the space of just a couple of minutes to transform their fantasy into a bad dream.

What they Said:  F1 Austrian GP Quotes.

Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel, get third, said: "I told Max he had a very good race, very consistent, no mistakes. "Obviously it would've been nice to start further up, I was left with no place to go at turn one and lost the momentum. "It was damage limitation but the pace was very good and the tyre management was very good. A positive day but it could've been better."

Kimi Raikkonen, who finished second: "I had to back off at turn one because the cars were squeezed together. After that, the car came good, but we just ran out of laps, and we took it easily too long. We had the right car, today, some points were a little bit difficult, but it was a good day for the team."

F1 Austria GP winner Max Verstappen said: "It was amazing, very hard to manage the tyres, lot of blistering, but we manged to hand on. it was amazing to win at the Red Bull Ring with so many Dutch fans here. "I needed to catch up with the points, today was a very good day for me and I hope we can continue like this."

Austrian Grand Prix 2018 Final Results.

1. Max Verstappen NED Aston Martin Red Bull Racing,  71 laps -  1:21:56.024

2. Kimi Raikkonen FIN Scuderia Ferrari +1.504s

3. Sebastian Vettel GER Scuderia Ferrari +3.181s

4. Romain Grosjean FRA Haas F1 Team +1 lap

5. Kevin Magnussen DEN Haas F1 Team +1 lap

6.     Ocon
7.     Perez
8.     Alonso
9.     Leclerc
10.    Ericsson

Formula 1 Championship 2018 Standings,  leaderboard

1 -  Sebastian Vettel,    146

2 -  Lewis Hamilton,   145

3 -  Kimi Räikkönen,    101

4 -  Daniel Ricciardo,    96

5 -  Max Verstappen,    93

6 -  Valtteri Bottas,    92

7 -  Kevin Magnussen ,   37

8 -  Fernando Alonso,    36

So What's Next?

The Formula 1 is going to Britain, British Grand Prix where Lewis Hamilton Mercedes trying to regain his F1 Championship Leader chair from Sebastian Vettel, who is currently 1 point ahead in the championship race, British GP is the third race of F1's first 'triple header'.

Next F1 is British Grand Prix will be taking place at Silverstone circuit on 8th July 2018.

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