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Hamilton pulls everyone behind him down to the winning line at the Monaco Grand Prix 2019


Hamilton pulls everyone behind him down to the winning line at the Monaco Grand Prix 2019


Hamilton pulls everyone behind him down to the winning line at the Monaco Grand Prix 2019

Lewis Hamilton has kept Max Fürstaben more than 60 laps behind him to win the Monaco Grand Prix, which is the 77th win of the British in his rich career.


Verstappen was put to a 5-second penalty for his accident in the maintenance lane, allowing Sebastian Vettel to inherit the second place, while Charles Löckler, who started from behind, gave the drama at the start of the race.

This result ends the series of the duo of Mercedes for the season, where it ended at number five, but did not end the series of victories, which seems very long for the season.

It was an emotional start to the Monaco race where it was a tribute and a tribute to the late Nikki Louda with a minute commitment to silence on the net.

All the drivers, including Hamilton at the awards ceremony, wore red hats in honor of the late trio.

When the lights went out, Hamilton began a quick start while Verstappen Botas narrowed to his rear tires, but the Finn remained in the lead. While Vettel finished fourth in their race with Monaco's 2018 Monaco winner Daniel Ricciardo and Kevin Magnussen.

While the first six chased each other, Charles Leclair, who started from 15th in the early stage, started to climb past Kimi Raikkonen on lap 1 and Lando Norris on lap 2, and after a few laps, Roman Grosjean later overtook the Rascal turn.

The successful Locker series ended when he tried to break through Nico Hulkenberg but instead ran into the barrier and suffered a hole in the rear frame that ripped and destroyed the back of his car to hit the safety car on lap 11.

The first four entered the maintenance centers to change the tires when the safety car entered and Fierchtapen was able to take advantage and jump in front of BOTAS after he bumped into it a bit when leaving the maintenance area.

What Radibel's team had done with Verstappen was considered unsafe because they put Verstappen in the Potas route. Especially as Potas was exposed to a hole in his frame to enter the platform again and change tires to the maximum composition.

The race resumed at the end of lap 14 and was not completed until one roll before Antonio Giovinazzo himself after an accident with Robert Kubica and behind them Leclair Lionel later Giovanni penalty 10 seconds delay on its timing.

Back in Leclerc, the latter told his team that his car had become "very difficult to drive" and was pulled to the maintenance center to pull out on lap 18.

With LeClair out of the Grand Prix in his country, the focus on the fight has returned to the forefront as Verstappen has chased the tough tire combination Hamilton, who was leading the midfield combination and increased his attack especially when he learned he had received a five-second penalty.

The Dutch managed to close the gap on the British to 0.8 seconds to force it to pay more aggressively and consume its tires.

At the same time, Vettel was third behind Verstappen, with Potas on the back, with 3.5 seconds separating the top four in the middle of the 78-lap race.

Raikkonen and Lance Stroller had two minor plays on the opening lap, and again a little bigger on lap 39. Both were able to continue the race.

"I feel like I'm on the wrong tire," Hamilton said. He finally asked Verstappen to raise his pace and asked Vettel to back down to cool his car and tires.

With 20 rolls left, Hamilton was nervously complaining about his tires, saying "he can not keep the Rideback in the back."

With 10 laps left, everyone did not expect Fürstaben to attack the Hamilton car, especially after the team asked the Dutchman to attack the position of the "7" which gives him additional strength, but Mercedes was quick and managed to stay in the forefront.

The two collided before the end of the two-wheelers where front tires of the Verstappen touched Hamilton's rear tires. He accused Firshtaben Hamilton of "closing the road" on him, prompting supervisors to open an investigation into the incident will determine the outcome after the race.

The attack was the last for Verstappen in his race with Hamilton, who reached the win and Ferchtaben down to the quarter when the penalty applied, Vettel in second place and Potas in third place.

Pierre Grassley came fifth in a single race and made the fastest point of the extra roll with a timing of 1: 14.279.

Carlos Sainz kept the Toro Rosso drivers in sixth place, the best for McLaren, while Daniel Kafiyat came in seventh and Album finished eighth.

Daniel Ricardo came on top of Renault in ninth place ahead of Grosjean, who dropped as a penalty to 10th.

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