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Formula 1 classification: race of the GP of Spain and world of F1 2021

Lewis Hamilton has won the Spanish Grand Prix, thus extending his lead over Max Verstappen in the Formula 1 Drivers’ World Championship standings. The Dutchman was precisely second in Barcelona ahead of Valtteri Bottas. Carlos Sainz, for his part, was seventh and Fernando Alonso, who was looking to score for the third time in a row, has failed in his endeavor. Alpine opted for a one-stop strategy but the Asturian’s tires didn’t hold up. Alonso was forced to enter a few laps from the end and dropped to seventeenth place. In other words, only the Haas of Mick Schumacher and Nikita Mazepin were behind him. As for Carlos Sainz, he fell to eighth at the start, but he had a good race pace. Finally, he finished seventh in the Spanish Grand Prix, although just one second behind Ricciardo. His teammate, Charles Leclerc, has obtained a creditable fourth place ahead of Sergio Pérez. After Sainz, Lando Norris, Esteban Ocon and Pierre Gasly entered the points zone. With regard to the Constructors’ World Cup, Mercedes remains at the top of the standings and with more points ahead of Red Bull after the Spanish Grand Prix. Ferrari, meanwhile, continues to cut points from McLaren in the fight for third place. He is already only 5 points behind the British team. Alpine, for its part, moves away from both and is located 50 points behind McLaren and 45 from Ferrari. Classification of the Spanish Grand Prix Lewis Hamilton takes his 5th consecutive win in Barcelona # SpanishGP 🇪🇸 # F1 7zQXxyy20e – Formula 1 (@ F1) May 9, 2021 Drivers’ World Cup Ranking 1. Lewis Hamilton – 94 points 2. Max Verstappen – 80 points 3. Valtteri Bottas – 47 points4. Lando Norris – 41 points 5. Charles Leclerc – 40 points 6. Sergio Pérez – 32 points 7. Daniel Ricciardo – 24 points 8. Carlos Sainz – 20 points 9. Esteban Ocon – 10 points 10. Pierre Gasly – 8 points 11 Lance Stroll – 5 points 12. Fernando Alonso – 5 points 13. Yuki Tsunoda – 2 points 14. Kimi Räikkönen – 0 points 15. Antonio Giovinazzi – 0 points 16. Sebastian Vettel – 0 points 17. George Russell – 0 points 18. Mick Schumacher – 0 points 19. Nikita Mazepin – 0 points 20. Nicholas Latifi – 0 points Formula 1 Constructors’ World Ranking 1. Mercedes – 141 points 2. Red Bull Racing Honda –112 points 3. McLaren Mercedes – 65 points 4 Ferrari – 60 points 5. Alpine Renault – 15 points 6. Alpha Tauri Honda – 10 points 7. Aston Martin Mercedes – 5 points 8. Alpha Romeo Racing Ferrari – 0 points 9. Williams Mercedes – 0 points 10. Haas Ferrari – 0 points

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