Red Bull continues to increase its lead in the constructors’ championship

The Dutchman Max Verstappen increased his advantage at the head of the Formula 1 World Championship, as well as Red Bull in the constructors’ championship, by winning this Sunday the French Grand Prix, the twelfth of the championship and which was played at the Paul Ricard circuit, where the Monegasque Charles Leclerc (Ferrari), who started from the ‘pole’, he left when he crashed – without physical consequences – in the eighteenth of the 53 laps. Verstappen, 24, took his seventh victory of the year – the twenty-seventh in Formula 1 – by winning at the Le Castellet track ahead of the two Mercedes, that of the seven-time English world champion Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes, who completed his 300th Grand Prix, and that of his compatriot and teammate George Russell, third this Sunday. The Mexican Sergio Pérez of Red Bull, finished fourth, ahead of the two Spaniards: the Madrid Carlos Sainz of Ferrari -who set the fastest lap in the race and was elected ‘Driver of the Day’- and the double Asturian world champion Fernando Alonso (Alpine), who finished fifth and sixth, respectively. Max Verstappen after winning the French Grand Prix/EFE Verstappen now leads the Formula 1 Drivers’ World Championship with 233 points, 63 more than Leclerc and 70 ahead of his teammate Checo Pérez, from whom Russell snatched the podium right at the end, after relaunching the test after a virtual safety car decreed after the Alfa Romeo of the Chinese Ganyu Zhou.Sainz ‘stopped’, who completed a sensational weekend, which would have been even better without the penalty for changing engine, climbed from nineteenth to fifth place, which helped him to ascend to fourth place in the World Championship, a place he occupies with 144 points, 89 less than ‘Mad Max’. Red Bull, the team of Verstappen and Checo Pérez, also reinforced its lead in the Constructors’ Championship, which it leads with 396 units, 82 more than Ferrari and with 126 over Mercedes. This is how the classification of the Formula 1 Constructors’ World Championship is going after the dispute of the French Grand Prix, the twelfth of the championship, this Sunday at the Paul Ricard circuit of Le Castellet: We recommend you read Liga MX: Ready to debut! Dani Alves already has his work visa and could make his debut with Pumas on WednesdayFormula 1: When and where is the next race after the French Grand Prix? Club America will be tested against Real Madrid already with Karim Benzema1.- Red Bull 396 points2.- Ferrari 3143.- Mercedes 2704.- Alpine 935.- McLaren 896.- Alfa Romeo 517.- Haas 348.- Alpha Tauri 279.- Aston Martin 1910.- Williams 3 Standings of the Formula 1/@F1 Constructors’ World Championship, Guasave Unit, with a specialty in Media. In his career as a journalist he has done work focused on the agricultural, fishing, health, economic sector, among others. In 2016 he joined EL DEBATE, where he worked as a reporter for locals in Guasave, where he also covered the current affairs, sports and police sections. Since 2017 he entered the digital area as a reporter for the portal of the newspaper EL DEBATE in specializing in the Sports section. In addition to studying and passing the “Sports Journalism Workshop” at the University of Guadalajara in its Virtual University system. See more

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