Complete insanity within the Netherlands: Ferstappen’s championship run at residence, once more forward of Hamilton

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Red Bull driver Max Ferstappen won the race for the Grand Prix of the Netherlands and thus became the first to win at home on this track.

From the beginning to the end, a great race of competitors for the title of Ferstappen and Luis Hamilton was seen, and in the end, the Dutchman fully deservedly celebrated and reached the 17th victory in his career.

In addition, Max overtook the Briton again and broke out on the first place on the table.

It should be noted that during the race, Max fought with two Mercedes, Hamilton and Botas, which were constantly behind him, as well as the fact that the audience in the Netherlands created a carnival atmosphere and rightly celebrated the victory of his driver.

After the race, Ferstappen was not euphoric, but he pointed out that he was satisfied with the victory.

– This is amazing. Expectations were high this weekend and there was no clack. I am very happy that I won here and took the lead in the championship. This has been a good day. Mercedes did everything to make our job harder today, but I am satisfied with the form of the whole team – Fershtapen pointed out after the race.

The King Of Zandvoort 👑🟠#DutchGP 🇳🇱 #F1 @Max33Verstappen pic.twitter.com/NZVwmcevrw

— Formula 1 (@F1) September 5, 2021

On the other hand, Hamilton was satisfied with the second place, and he especially pointed out the audience that created a great atmosphere in the stands.

-What a race, what an audience. Max drove great, congratulations to him. I did everything today, drove the best I could. I really enjoyed my days in Holland in front of this audience. In the end, the last lap was the best part of the race for me, a little fuel, I’m chasing an extra point… This was a great race – Hamilton pointed out after the race.

🏁 TOP 10 FINISHERS 🏁

1 SEE
2 HAM
3 BOT
4 GAS
5 LEC
6 ALO
7 SAI
8 PER
9 HOLLOW
10 NOR #DutchGP 🇳🇱 #F1 pic.twitter.com/ECRX2ZHtMm

— Formula 1 (@F1) September 5, 2021

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