Valtteri Bottas author of a strike that hurt both Red Bulls

The Finn caused a crash at the start of the Hungarian GP that complicated Max Verstappen and forced Sergio Pérez to abandon.

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Tremendous! This was the beginning of Hungarian Grand Prix, eleventh date of the World Cup F1 that is carried out in the circuit Hungaroring. So much so that after the first round the red flag was raised. The responsible? Finnish Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes)…

StartThe race started in the rain, something that forced all pilots to wear tires for this type of adverse conditions. In the beginning, the English poleman Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) kept the first position, while behind his Bottas was responsible for an incident that had serious consequences for Red Bull.

Upon reaching the first corner, Bottas wore the Englishman Lando Norris (McLaren), who had earned him the spot at the start. Due to the condition of the track, Norris lost control and hit the Dutchman squarely. Max Verstappen (Red Bull), while Bottas hit the Mexican Sergio Pérez (Red Bull).

Verstappen, who came to this test at the head of the tournament, was able to continue, but with the car totally damaged; while Pérez and Bottas left.

The incidents caused in the first corner, where the Monegasque was also Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) after a Canadian crash Lance stroll (Aston Martin), forced to stop the competition.

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