Sergio 'Checo' Pérez He added valuable points by finishing in third position in the Sprint Race of the 2023 F1 Brazilian Grand Prix, where Max Verstappen took it. Meanwhile, Lewis Hamilton finished seventh.
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Most came out on soft tires, with the exception of Kevin Magnussen, Nico Hulkenberg and Logan Sargeant, who rode mediums.
ROUND 1. 'Checo' Pérez He didn't get off to a good start and was overtaken by George Russell and then by Lewis Hamilton. Max Verstappen placed first.
ROUND 3. Sergio Pérez beat Lewis Hamilton on the inside and then withstood the attack of the seven-time world champion. The man from Guadalajara lengthened the distance between him and Mercedes.
ROUND 10. 'Checo' got as close as he could to George Russell, he "hunted" him so that in turn 1 he managed to pass him on the inside and then closed the space so that the Mercedes driver wouldn't do his thing in turn 4.
ROUND 13. Max Verstappen was told Lando Norris was pushing “extremely hard.”
ROUND 15. Fernando Alonso and Pierre Gasly had a great duel, where the Spaniard's experience prevailed to place him in 11th place.
ROUND 16. 'Checo' stayed behind his teammate, he was almost 10 seconds behind. While Lando Norris was 1.9 seconds behind the three-time champion.
ROUND 19. Oscar Piastri, Daniel Ricciardo, Fernando Alonso and Pierre Gasly maintained their battle in the middle of the table.
ROUND 22. The Mexican driver already had more than 11 seconds of difference over Russell (fourth), but could not get closer to Norris.
ROUND 24. Checkered flags for Verstappen. Lando Norris second, 'Checo' Pérez third.
THIS WAS THE DISTRIBUTION OF POINTS AFTER THE 2023 BRAZIL GP SPRINT:
8 points – Max Verstappen.
7 points – Lando Norris.
6 points – Sergio 'Checo' Pérez.
5 points – George Russell.
4 points – Charles Leclerc.
3 points – Yuki Tsunoda.
2 points – Lewis Hamilton.
1 point – Carlos Sainz.
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