Starting from the very back of the grid after failing to set a lap in qualifying, Alonso took full advantage of the first corner chaos and subsequent red flag to move up to fourth place by the time the race resumed.
The Spaniard subsequently dropped down the order as the race progressed, but succeeded in holding off the two Williams cars and Kimi Raikkonen’s Ferrari to come home … Keep reading
28.08.2016Will WoodComments Off on Vettel blames Verstappen for turn one collision | 2016 Belgian Grand Prix
Sebastian Vettel says he feels that the blame for the first corner contact between him and team mate Kimi Raikkonen is on Max Verstappen.Vettel blames Verstappen for turn one collision | 2016 Belgian Grand Prix Formula 1.
Nico Rosberg eased to victory in the Formula 1 Belgian Grand Prix, which was disrupted by series of early race incidents and a big crash for Renault’s Kevin Magnussen. Daniel Ricciardo finished second for Red Bull, as Lewis Hamilton took advantage of the chaos to finish third despite starting down in 21st place on the […]