Max Verstappen secures an impressive win at the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix against all odds in which is seems destined for Mercedes to claim their 5th victory in a row. It looks almost certain that it was going to be another Mercedes one two. It wasn’t the birthday that F1 was expecting, but it certainly was a welcomed win against all odds for the neutrals of the sport.
YESS BOYSS!! I’m incredibly happy with this win, I didn’t see this one coming! 💪 Thanks to @redbullracing and @HondaRacingF1 for their continued hard work 👏 Now let’s celebrate and hydrate🏆🍾👏 #KeepPushing # F170 🇬🇧 pic.twitter.com/hpymhkoq79
— Max Verstappen (@Max33Verstappen) August 9, 2020
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Hamilton was leading the majority of the race and on Lap 42 out of 52 it seemed to show Lewis’ tyres getting to a critical level and from the week previous with them exploding on the final lap and him crawling to victory – team Mercedes didn’t want to risk losing valuable points so pitted Lewis to ensure he made the end of the race.
Valtteri Bottas will be the most disappointed driver on the track having polled on Saturday and looked quick all week, another uncharacteristic spoor strategy left him 3rd in the race – not the birthday party for Formula One the Finish driver would have wanted.