Formula 1: Hamilton won the Grand Prix of France

Racer “Mercedes” Lewis Hamilton became the winner of the Grand Prix of France at circuit Paul Ricard.

Hamilton started from pole position, defended his position, and clash of Bottas and Vettel have significantly simplified the task of the British to capture 25 points and return to the first line in the individual competition. Lewis pulled away a few seconds from Verstappen and never made a direct struggle for its position.

Verstappen, using the problems of Bottas and Vettel, finished second, and the three main winners of the race added Raikkonen, who on the last leg of the Grand Prix to get around Vettel and ricciardo.

The victory in France was Hamilton’s third of the season and 65th career. Along the way, the reigning world champion added Paul Ricard in the list of conquered circuits and again beat Sebastian Vettel in personal offset. Grand Prix of France. Race results:

1. Lewis Hamilton (“Mercedes”)
2. Max Verstappen (Red Bull) +7,090
3. Kimi Raikkonen (Ferrari) +25,888

4. Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull) +34,736
5. Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari) +1.01,935
6. Kevin Magnussen (“Haas”) +1.19,364
7. Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes) +1.20,632
8. Carlos Sainz (Renault) +1.27,184
9. Nico Hulkenberg (“Reno”) +1.31,989
10. Charles Leclere (“Zauber”) +1.33,873

11. Romain Grosjean (“Haas”) +1 lap
12. Stoffel Vandorn (McLaren) +1 lap
13. Marcus Ericsson (“Zauber”) – 1 circle
14. Brendon Hartley (Toro Rosso) +1 lap
15. Sergey Sirotkin (“Williams”) +1 lap
16. Fernando Alonso (McLaren) +3 laps
17. Lance Stroll (“Williams”) +4 laps