Max Verstappen brings Lando Norris down from the cloud; Carlos Sainz, sixth and Fernando Alonso, empty | Relief

Max Verstappen brings Lando Norris down from the cloud; Carlos Sainz, sixth and Fernando Alonso, empty | Relief
Max Verstappen brings Lando Norris down from the cloud; Carlos Sainz, sixth and Fernando Alonso, empty | Relief

Landau Norris is an example of the right mindset in life: ambition and looking ahead instead of watching for what’s next through the rearview mirrors. The Briton brings together all the ingredients to do great things in Formula 1 and the reason why this year he ‘only’ has one victory and has had many near-wins is Max Verstappen. Lando thought big and He was two seconds away from victory because the usual guy won.

Your McLaren did everything right in Montmeló, from when he cornered the Red Bull driver at the start to his pursuit of victory until the last lap. “I should have won,” he lamented. the British. The problem with him is that the Dutchman rarely makes mistakes and scored his 61st victory in Formula 1 without the fastest car. Every passing race shows that the competition is tighter thanks to Ferrari, Mercedes and Mclaren, who harass Red Bull every week.

Within the little action that there usually is in Barcelona, lhe different strategies and magical duels on the track like that of Russell and Norris himself fueled a Grand Prix in which the Spanish could not smile too much. The best news was the spectacular atmosphere in the stands since Carlos Sainz could only finish sixth and Fernando Alonso left without points.

Watching the Aston Martin race was a torture. The worst plan for a Sunday at four in the afternoon because it has once again become clear that Fernando Alonso’s car is very difficult to drive. So much so that finished far from the points in a race where he made his first overtake on lap 23. Barcelona was a mountain stage from which it would have been a surprise to come out with points.

SAINZ AND LECLERC

 
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