The chaotic start of the Hungarian Formula 1 GP where five cars were left out

The chaotic start of the Hungarian Formula 1 GP where five cars were left out

With a wet track as a result of a drizzle in the previous, the start of the Hungarian Formula 1 Grand Prix had a chaotic frame because of the touches Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes) produced that left five cars out of the race and that also hurt the championship leader, Max Verstappen (Red Bull).

Bottas, who started second, made a bad start and wanted to regain ground before reaching the first corner, where he passed, it was Lando Norris (McLaren) and Verstappen. In turn, Valtteri also took on Sergio “Checo” Pérez (Red Bull), one of the four he left as Charles Leclerc (Ferrari), Lance Stroll (Aston Martin) and Bottas and Norris themselves.

While Verstappen was delayed to ninth place and with his car damaged on the left. It should be remembered that the Dutchman’s car comes from the strong accident at Silverstone after the touch of Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes).

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