F1: Verstappen wins the Brazilian Grand Prix; Pérez finishes fourth | Video
The Dutch Max Verstappen (Red Bull), three-time world champion for a month Formula Onewon this Sunday Brazilian Grand Prix, twenty-first and penultimate of the 2023 calendar, held this Sunday at the Interlagos Circuit, Sao Paulo.
Verstappen reached 17 victories in the seasonfollowed by the British Lando Norris and the double world champion Fernando Alonso (Aston Martin), who with another exhibition, finished third.
While, Czech Pérez had a close battle with Alonso and arrived 53 thousandths of a second behind the Asturian pilot to occupy fourth place.
Alonsoin a second youth at the age of 42, secured his eighth podium of the seasonhe 106 since racing in F1in a heart-stopping finale in which - on the track where he celebrated his two titles - He defended himself masterfully, in another exhibition, of the Mexican attacks; which reinforced, however, his second place in the World Cup, with 258 points, 32 more than the seven-time English world champion Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes), who finished eighth.
The other Spaniard, Carlos Sainz (Ferrari), finished sixth, just behind the Canadian Lance Stroll the companion of the Asturian genius. The French Pierre Gasly (Alpine) was seventh, one place ahead of Sir Lewis.
The Japanese AndUki Tsunoda (Alpha Tauri) was ninth; and the french Esteban Ocon (Alpine); tenth.
Alonso recovered the fourth place in the World Cupnow with 198 points, three more than Norris, which is fifth; and with six of advantage over Sainz, which dropped to sixth place overall.
The next appointment will be Las Vegas Grand Prixunpublished at the Maximum Circus, to be held on Sunday, November 19.
(With information from EFE)
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