Verstappen also wins in Hungary; 'Checo' is third

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the dutch max verstappen (Red Bull) further strengthened its lead in the Formula One World Championship by win the Hungarian Grand Prix this Sunday, the eleventh of the year, which was held at the Hungaroring, the circuit on the outskirts of Budapest, where his partner, the Mexican Sergio 'Checo' PĆ©rez, finished third.

Verstappen, 25, signed his ninth victory of the seasonthe forty-fourth in F1, by winning ahead of Englishman Lando Norris (McLaren) -who repeated second place in Silverstone (Great Britain) two weeks ago- and 'Czech', who started ninth and advanced six places to finish third.

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With this victory for the Dutch star - who added the extra point by setting the fastest lap - Red Bull broke the historical record for consecutive victories in Formula One for McLaren, who in 1988 won the first eleven of that year. The Austrian team scored the first eleven this season; and added the one from the last race last year, which also won 'Mad Max'.

Sergio 'Checo' Perez He achieved his thirty-second podium in F1. In addition, he was also designated as the "driver of the day"

The seven-time English champion Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes), who had started from pole position, finished fourthone position ahead of the other McLaren, that of Australian Oscar Piastri.

The other Mercedes, the English one George Russell, finished sixth at the Hungaroring, one place ahead of the Monegasque Charles Leclerc (Ferrari)who qualified ahead of his Spanish teammate Carlos Sainz (Ferrari) and of Fernando Alonso (Aston Martin), who they finished eighth and ninth, respectively.

the canadian Lance Stroll, Alonso's teammate at Aston Martin finished tenth and captured the last point in play.

Verstappen, who is aiming more and more clearly for a third title in a row, now leads the World Cup with 281 points, 110 more than 'Czech' and with a 142 advantage over Alonso, who is third; in a second youth, a few days after turning 42.

The next race, the Belgian Grand Prix, will be held next weekend. at the circuit of Spa-Francorchamps.

(With information from EFE and Aristegui News)

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