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Sergio Perez’s F1 Frustration Continues as Max Verstappen Extends Record with 17th Win

, Sergio Perez’s F1 Frustration Continues as Max Verstappen Extends Record with 17th Win

Mercedes' Shocking Performance at Sao Paulo Grand Prix Raises Concerns for Next Season

The Brazilian Grand Prix was a disappointment for Mercedes as they struggled to keep up with Red Bull's dominance. Max Verstappen secured his 17th win of the season, while Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton finished eighth and George Russell was forced to retire. This raises doubts about Mercedes' ability to catch up with Red Bull in the future.

Mercedes' Form Raises Questions About Toto Wolff's Future

Merc boss Toto Wolff's position may be in jeopardy after Mercedes' poor performance in the past two seasons. If he were managing a Premier League football club, the dreadful form would have him facing the axe. However, F1 is a different beast, and Wolff's ownership stake in Mercedes F1 team may offer some protection.

Drama Before the Race as Charles Leclerc Crashes

Before the race even started, Ferrari's Charles Leclerc crashed due to a hydraulic failure, leaving him frustrated and questioning his luck. This added to the excitement and tension before the race got underway.

Crashes and Red Flag Delay the Race

The race was temporarily red-flagged after a crash involving Alex Albon, Kevin Magnussen, and Nico Hulkenberg. The stewards had to clean up the debris and repair the barriers, resulting in a 25-minute delay. Fortunately, there were no further accidents after the restart, and the remaining cars made it through the race unscathed.

, Sergio Perez’s F1 Frustration Continues as Max Verstappen Extends Record with 17th Win

Russell's Frustration and Hamilton's Struggles

George Russell expressed his frustration over the team radio as he struggled to keep up with the competition. Sergio Perez, Lance Stroll, Carlos Sainz, Pierre Gasly, and Esteban Ocon all passed him, leaving him out of contention. Lewis Hamilton also faced difficulties as he was passed by multiple drivers, putting his chances of finishing second in the drivers' championship in jeopardy.

Verstappen Dominates, Alonso Secures Third Place

Max Verstappen's win was routine, further solidifying his record-breaking season. Lando Norris had an impressive run, finishing second, while Fernando Alonso secured third place in a thrilling battle with Sergio Perez on the final lap.

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