This is how the F1 World Championship classification remains after Verstappen’s exhibition and Aston Martin’s failure in the Austin sprint race


After the new demonstration of superiority on bumpy asphalt in Max Verstappen’s Circuit of the Americas sprint racethe Dutch driver continues to increase his distance at the front of the general classification World Championship of driversattention, with a 213 point margin over his partner red bull, the Mexican ‘Checo’ Pérez.

That’s a difference ‘Mad Max’ has plenty of numbers to add to this Sunday’s big race (9:00 pm) despite starting 6th and despite the fact that C’s poleharles leclercconsidering the devilish pace he set in the 19 laps that made up the sprint.

This first race was completed in United States Grand Prixthe first nine positions in the general classification of World Championship of drivers They remain intact, though Carlos Sainz is closer to Fernando Alonso and in turn Charles Leclerc the same goes for the Madrid driver, who continues to be the best driver Ferrari.

Here’s what the drivers’ classification looks like after the United States GP sprint race

1. Max Verstappen (PB/Red Bull Racing Honda RBPT), 441 points
2. Sergio ‘Checo’ Pérez (Mex/Red Bull Racing Honda RBPT), 228 points
3. Lewis Hamilton (Gbr/Mercedes), 201 points
4.Fernando Alonso (ESP/Aston Martin Aramco Mercedes), 183 points
5. Carlos Sainz (ESP/Ferrari), 156 points
6.Charles Leclerc (Mon/Ferrari), 151 points
7. Lando Norris (Gbr/McLaren Mercedes), 141 points
8. George Russell (Gbr/Mercedes), 133 points
9. Oscar Piastri (Aus/McLaren Mercedes), 83 points
10.Pierre Gasly (Fra/Alpine Renault), 48 points
11.Lance Stroll (Can/Aston Martin Aramco Mercedes), 47 points
12. Esteban Ocon (Fra/Alpine Renault), 44 points
13. Alexander Albon (Tha/William Mercedes), 23 points
14.Valtteri Bottas (fin/Alfa Romeo Ferrari), 10 points
15.Nico Hulkenberg (Ale/Haas Ferrari), 9 points
16.Zhou Guanyu (Chn/Alfa Romeo Ferrari), 6 points
17. Yuki Tsunoda (Jpn/Alphatauri Honda RBPT), 3 points
18. Kevin Magnussen (Din/Haas Ferraro), 3 points
19.Liam Lawson (NZ/Alphatauri Honda RBPT), 2 points
20.Logan Sargeant (USA/William Mercedes) 0 points
21.Nyck De Vries (PB/Alphatauri Honda RBPT), 0 points
22.Daniel Ricciardo (Aus/Alphatauri Honda RBPT), 0 points

This is not being the Grand Prix of Aston Martin. They debuted improvements before the appointment at Austin (Texas), but as i met Pedro Martínez de la Rosa “We didn’t optimize the settings, the new parts we brought cost us a lot.”

Just remember that take a walk He did not ask to complete the sprint race and as a result of this ‘retirement’ he fell out of the top ten drivers and was overtaken by the Frenchman. Pierre Gasly (Alpine).

Source: La Verdad


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