2021 Formula 1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix highlights | Paddock Magazine




2021 System 1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix regarded set for Max Verstappen’s first first-ever victory earlier than he crashed out from the lead with simply 5 laps to go – giving Sergio Perez a second profession victory, as Lewis Hamilton locked up on the penultimate lap to complete fifteenth in a vastly dramatic race in Baku.

After a 35 minute stoppage, the drivers all lined up on the grid for a two-lap sprint to the flag, with Sergio Perez on ‘pole’ for the re-start. Lewis Hamilton was in second, however locked his brakes into Flip 1 and sailed previous Perez into the escape highway, dropping him proper out of the factors in a dramatic remaining twist to the race.

From there Perez led the pack dwelling to take his first win for brand spanking new workforce Crimson Bull, with Sebastian Vettel an outstanding second – having began eleventh – and Pierre Gasly third.

And if that wasn’t sufficient, there was additionally drama on Lap 30 when Lance Stroll crashed closely on the pit straight. The Aston Martin driver was fortunately unharmed – however his incident would show to be simply the opening salvo in a race filled with motion.

Mario Isola – Head of F1 and automobile racing at Pirelli commented:

We have to clearly set up the details behind the incidents involving Lance Stroll and Max Verstappen to totally perceive what occurred. What we are able to say for now’s that there was additionally a reduce discovered on Hamilton’s tyre and that it’s the rear-right tyre that really works tougher than the rear-left right here. No warnings or vibrations have been detected and not one of the different tyres of an analogous age or older confirmed any indicators of extra put on. So we cannot exclude that the injury was brought on by an exterior issue, though these items shouldn’t occur and we are able to perceive the necessity for solutions.

2021 System 1 Azerbaijan GP Race Outcomes

Pos No Driver Nation Staff Time Factors Total
1. 11 Sergio Perez Mexico Crimson Bull Racing Honda 2:13:36.410 25 69
2. 5 Sebastian Vettel Germany Aston Martin F1 Staff +1.385s 18 28
3. 10 Pierre Gasly France Scuderia AlphaTauri +2.762s 15 31
4. 16 Charles Leclerc Monaco Scuderia Ferrari +3.828s 12 52
5. 4 Lando Norris Nice Britain Mclaren Racing +4.754s 10 66
6. 14 Fernando Alonso Spain Alpine F1 Staff +6.382s 8 13
7. 22 Yuki Tsunoda Japan Scuderia AlphaTauri +6.624s 6 8
8. 55 Carlos Sainz Spain Scuderia Ferrari +7.709s 4 42
9. 3 Daniel Ricciardo Australia McLaren Racing +8.874s 2 26
10. 7 Kimi Räikkönen Finland Alfa Romeo F1 Staff +9.576s 1 1
11. 99 Antonio Giovinazzi Italy Alfa Romeo F1 Staff +10.254s 0 1
12. 77 Valtteri Bottas Finland Mercedes-AMG Petronas +11.264s 0 47
13. 47 Mick Schumacher Germany Haas F1 Staff +14.241s 0 0
14. 9 Nikita Mazepin Russia Haas F1 Staff +14.315s 0 0
15. 44 Lewis Hamilton Nice Britain Mercedes-AMG Petronas +17.668s 0 101
16. 6 Nicholas Latifi Canada Williams Racing +42.379s 0 0
17. 63 George Russell Nice Britain Williams Racing DNF 0 0
18. 33 Max Verstappen Netherlands Crimson Bull Racing DNF 0 105
19. 18 Lance Stroll Canada Aston Martin F1 Staff DNF 0 9
20. 31 Esteban Ocon France Alpine F1 Staff DNF 0 12

Listed below are the team-by-team highlights:


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