Hamilton Wins Action-Packed Tuscan GP, Albon Takes First F1 Podium

Only 12 cars finished Formula One’s inaugural Tuscan Grand Prix.

Lewis Hamilton has extended his lead in the Formula One Drivers’ Standings after taking victory at the inaugural Tuscan Grand Prix at Mugello.

Team-mate Valtteri Bottas finished in second place despite overtaking Hamilton at the start of the Grand Prix.

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Alex Albon recorded his first ever podium in F1, while Daniel Ricciardo finished in fourth place, just missing out on scoring Renault’s first podium since 2011.

The dramatic race was red-flagged twice and also had a safety car period which bunched up the field.

Sergio Perez put in a strong performance to finish in P5, continuing his streak of scoring in every race he’s started in 2020.

Max Verstappen had to retire his Red Bull on the first lap after he dropped down the order due to an engine issue and was crashed into in the first sector of the Mugello circuit.

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