La Gazzetta del Motorsport: Verstappen dominates the Spanish GP

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Max Verstappen yes! he also won the GP of Spain, once again demonstrating his superiority. Starting from pole, the Dutch Red Bull driver dominated the race, also setting the fastest lap. fast. The novelty of the GP is; Mercedes, which obtained a second and third place with Hamilton and Russel.

With this victory, Verstappen comes just one win behind Ayrton Senna and significantly extends the world standings since it can count, now, on a 53-point leadon his teammate Sergio Perez who isn't the only one to win. gone beyond the fourth position. For the Mexican, however, it is; it was a complicated race. In fact, due to a mistake in qualifying he only had to start in eleventh position. For Perez, therefore, it is; It was an uphill race.

To date, Verstappen & egrave; from another planet and is able to make the most of the qualities; of Red Bull. Furthermore, he continues to demonstrate great form, making very few mistakes. With second and third place, however, Mercedes made that qualitative leap forward. which he had been looking for for a long time. The changes introduced seem to work well even if performance will be confirmed in the next GPs.

Ferrari, on the other hand, is bad. Sainzhe finished only fifth after starting in second position with a single-seater that struggles to be fast. The work done up to now and the changes made to the single-seater don't seem to be giving the desired results. Only eleventh Leclerc who, however, had started from the pitlane. It must be said, however, that the Monegasque has never had the pace to be able to return to the positions that count. The work to be done is; still very much if Ferrari wants to try to be competitive again this season.

Aston Martin is also bad. We were used to seeing Fernando Alonso always among the first, but this time he wasn't. gone beyond the seventh position, even behind his teammate.

On June 18th the race will take place. the Canadian GP. We'll see if Ferrari will be able to do it. to recover something in terms of speed; and if Aston Martin comes back to be competitive.

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