Lewis Hamilton, the British racing driver, won the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix on November 2nd as Mercedes made seventh consecutive constructors’ title record. Lewis Hamilton had dropped from 2nd to 3rd following Max Verstappen before the first corner. Still, the succession of tactics and the deployment of the pragmatic safety car put the championship lead in charge of the race.
Valtteri Bottas, the Finnish racing driver, who started on the pole and pitted on lap 20 of 63 at Imola. After Verstappen was in second place, there was a switch in tyres from medium to hard.
Hamilton lingered out for a quite some time on mediums, built up a considerable lead before an appropriate, concise deployment of a virtual safety car meanwhile Esteban Ocon withdrew on lap 31 skipped right into his palms.
The six-time world champion, all did was pitted and then went to seal the 7th Formula One title, with Bottas second after a puncture ended Verstappen’s race on lap 52 in a dramatic twist.
Verstappen had benefited on a slip from Bottas, who underwent floor loss, to lead into second on lap 43 merely ending up in the gravel. Russell also crashed out soon after the safety car.
Both Bottas and Hamilton pitted for the Brit, and soft tyres breaking Michael Schumacher’s Formula One record of 91 closing weekend, also experienced another victory only when there were six laps to complete.
Daniel Ricciardo, the Italian-Australian racing driver, who earned third place after Bottas for Mercedes along with Hamilton closing on standing as the champion for a record-equalling seventh time whereas still, four more races are pending.
Daniil Kvyat, the Russian racing driver, is in the fourth position in a furious finale, with Charles Leclerc finishing the top five.