F1: Lando Norris has a new hobby: breaking trophies! | Video

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Months after breaking the trophy Max Verstappen in it Hungarian Grand Prix with a value of 30 thousand euros, Lando Norris attacked again.

On this occasion the most affected was him and his second place trophy at the Brazilian Grand Prix. Norris, 23, reached the thirteenth podium of his career and recorded a bittersweet record in the category.

With 13 climbs to the podium, the Englishman surpassed Stefan Johansson as the driver with the most races in the 'top 3' without having recorded a victory. While studying his seventh second place trophy, along with one of his mechanics, Norris broke the golden ring on the top of the trophy.

Hours before, the driver McLaren had put the trophy at risk Verstappen once again, when he hit a champagne bottle against the floor, causing it to stagger. Although luck was on his side in the first instance, Norris was not saved in the second and repeated his action from Mogyoród.

(With information from Claro Sports)

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