Foremost finish in the Hungarian F1 GP, Lewis Hamilton firmly at the Top of the Standings

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Mercedes-AMG racer Petronas Motorsport, Lewis Hamilton , won the Hungarian F1 F1 championship podium at the Hungaroring Circuit on Sunday (4/8/2019). Hamilton finished with a time of 1 hour 35 minutes 3.796 seconds.

The second podium was won by Aston Martin Red Bull Racing driver Max Verstappen. 21-year-old man adrift to 17.796 seconds from Lewis Hamilton.

Meanwhile, third place belongs to the champion of the Scuderia Ferrari Team, Sebastian Vettel. Right behind Vettel is filled by Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz Jr. who complete the top five positions.

Thanks to these results, Lewis Hamilton is increasingly firmly at the top of the drivers’ standings with a value of 250. He is superior to 62 points over his team mate, Valtteri Bottas, who finished second.

After starting, Max Verstappen, who won pole position, immediately shot to lead the race. He also managed to maintain that position until lap 34. Right behind Verstappen is Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel.

Entering the 67th lap, Hamilton finally managed to overtake Max Verstappen. Duo Ferrari, Vettel and Charles Leclerc occupy third and fourth place.

After bulldozing 70 laps of the Hungaroring Circuit, Lewis Hamilton remains in the leading position, and is entitled to the championship podiim. For the 34-year racer, this is the seventh podium winner in the Hungarian GP.

Previously, Lewis Hamilton won titles in Hungary in 2007, 2009, 2012, 2013, 2016, and also 2018.

The following are the results of the F1 Hungarian GP:

1. Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport – 1 Hour 35 minutes 3.796 seconds

2. Max Verstappen – Aston Martin Red Bull Racing – 17,796 detik

3. Sebastian Vettel – Scuderia Ferrari – 1 minute 1,433 seconds

4. Charles Leclerc – Scuderia Ferrari – 1 minute 5,250 seconds

5. Carlos Sainz Jr. – McLaren F1 Team – 1 lap

6. Pierre Gasly – Aston Martin Red Bull Racing – 1 Lap

7. Kimi Raikkonen – Alfa Romeo Racing – Nov 1

8. Valtteri Bottas – Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport – 1 Lap

9. Lando Norris – McLaren F1 Team – 1 Lap

10. Alexander Albon – Red Bull Toro Rosso Honda – 1 Lap

11. Sergio Perez – SportPesa Racing Point F1 Team – 1 Lap

12. Nico Hulkenberg – Renault F1 Team – 1 Lap

13. Kevin Magnussen – Rich Energy Haas F1 Team – 1 Lap

14. Daniel Ricciardo – Renault F1 Team – 1 Lap

15. Daniil Kvyat – Red Bull Toro Rosso Honda – 2 Laps

16. George Russell – ROKiT Williams Racing – 2 Laps

17. Lance Stroll – SportPesa Racing Point F1 Team – 2 Laps

18. Antonio Giovinazzi – Alfa Romeo Racing – 2 Laps

19.Robert Kubica – ROKiT Williams Racing – 3Laps

Finish failed :

Romain Grosjean – Rich Energy Haas F1 Team

Racer Standings

1. Lewis Hamilton – 250

2. Valtteri Bottas – 188

3. Max Verstappen – 181

4. Sebastian Vettel – 156

5. Charles Leclerc – 132

6. Pierre Gasly – 63

7. Carlos Sainz Jr. – 58

8. Kimi Raikkonen – 31

9. Daniil Kvyat – 27

10. Country Norris – 24

11. Daniel Ricciardo – 22

12. Lance Stroll -18

13. Kevin Magnussen – 18

14. Nico Hulkenberg – 17

15. Alexander Albon – 16

16. Sergio Perez – 13

17. Romain Grosjean – 8

18. Antonio Giovinazzi – 1

19th Robert Kubica – 1

20. George Russell – 0

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