Sebastian Vettel disqualified from the Hungarian Grand Prix
The sun quickly disappeared in the life of Sebastian Vettel, the Aston Martin Racing driver who had taken second place at the Hungarian Grand Prix but was disqualified from it. The cause? Less than 1 liter of gasoline was left in his car’s tank after Sunday’s race, making post-race analysis impossible.
Thus, Vettel was out of the race standings, and Lewis Hamilton inherited second place on the podium, while Carlos Sainz, the Ferrari Spaniard, moved up to third.
Esteban Ocon won the Hungarian Grand Prix this Sunday, taking the first victory of his career, and Alpine’s first victory this season.
Source: Jornal i by ionline.sapo.pt.
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