Valtteri Bottas won this season opener Austrian Grand Prix on Sunday.
while Formula 1 champion Lewis Hamilton finished fourth after a late penalty name.
The safety car for three games interrupted the game.
20 dessert drivers took part in this game to complete their dreams:
Nine of the 20 deserted drivers included Max Verstappen’s Red Bull and Alexander Albon, who tried to compete in the race.
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With 10 laps left, it hit the wheel and flew off the track, overtaking Hamilton.
Hamilton was given a five-second penalty for crashing. After an accident in qualifying on Saturday, the manager made a three-time penalty for Hamilton.
Although Bottas started from the pole position;
Hamilton started from the fifth position, but this looks like a direct contest between two Mercedes drivers, which has been common in recent years.
Leclerc Secure second place in the game:
Leclerc said: “It feels like a victory today. The second place is something I never expected.” “I think this is one of my best games.
I didn’t make so many blunders.
Norris got third rank:
Norris messed up McLaren’s garage-in the eyes of CEO Zak Brown embracing everyone, social dedication kept them away from the third rank.
It was the first professional podium for a 20-year-old British driver, and his outstanding final lap was the fastest in the exciting first race.
Norris the youngest British driver:
Norris became the youngest British driver to win the podium and the third-youngest driver in F1 history. Only Verstappen and Lance Stroll are young.
But later in Spielberg’s play, it was ensured otherwise, Hamilton’s time penalty meant that Charles Leclerc became Ferrari’s second place, while Lando Norris would McLaren’s garage turned into an ecstatic move and threw all the rules of social isolation out of the window in a state of ecstasy – ranking third.
It was the first time a British driver who is 20 years old was present on this platform.
All drivers Wore “End Racism” T-Shirts:
All drivers wore “End Racism” T-shirts before the race, but, six drivers did not bend their knees those were:
Verstappen, Leclerc, Kimi Raikkonen, Daniil Kvyat, Antonio Giovinazzi, and Carlos SainzJr.
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