Pilot “Ferrari” LeClair won the Grand Prix “Formula 1” in Italy


DescriptionCar Charles LeClair© EPA-EFE/DANIEL DAL ZENNARO

TASS, 8 Sep. The pilot of a command “Ferrari” Charles LeClair won the world championship racing in the class machines “Formula 1” by winning the 14th stage of the Italian Grand Prix.

This Tamaqua went the distance of the race Grand Prix of Italy due to technical problems

LeClair scored his second victory in a row, earlier 21-year-old pilot from Monaco, won the stage in Belgium for the first time in his career having won a stage “Formulas-1”. Pilots Ferrari couldn’t win a race in Italy since 2010, when the victory was won by Spaniard Fernando Alonso. The last five victories at the stage was won by the racers Mercedes.

Second place was taken by a Finnish pilot of the Mercedes of Valtteri Bottas, finished third partner Bottas team-mate Briton Lewis Hamilton. Russian racer “Toro Rosso” Daniel Quat due to technical problems was not able to finish, on a 32-lap in the car of 25-year-old Russian burned out motor. Kvyat started from the 12th position at the time of the gathering, he held sixth place.

In the overall standings continues to lead Hamilton, the Briton scored 284 points, the second place from Bottas (221), third is Dutch rider Red bull Max Verstappen (185). Kvyat is in the overall 10th place in the asset Russians 33 points.

The next stage will be held from 19 to 22 September in Singapore.

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