Formula 1: Esteban Ocon wins the Hungarian GP, Hamilton leads the championship

Esteban Ocon wins the Formula 1 race as he finished ahead of Sebastian Vettel (P2) and Lewis Hamilton (P3) at the theatrical race in Hungary.

Esteban Ocon of France wins the Hungarian Grand Prix and is a Formula 1 race winner for the first time. The Frenchman ended ahead of Sebastian Vettel (P2) and Lewis Hamilton (P3) in a chaotic race in Hungary on Sunday.

Lewis Hamilton was lowered to the last place following a tactical mistake. The British pulled his route through the field past Fernando Alonso and finalised being at the third position behind Ocon and Sebastian Vettel in the Aston Martin.

“What a moment! It feels so good!,” the Hungarian GP winner said.

“It’s fantastic, what can I say? Congrats to Fernando (Alonso) as well, I think the win is also thanks to him with the fight that he did. It’s teamwork, it’s been a fantastic day!” Ocon added.

Max Verstappen got involved in an accident and his Red Bull was damaged in the collision after which, five cars were affected by the occurrence were taken out that ultimately made him finish 10th.

Valtteri Bottas of Mercedes aroused a cycle of crashes on the opening turn that resulted in taking him out of the race as well as Sergio Perez of Red Bull, Charles Leclerc of Ferrari, Lance Stroll’s Aston Martin and Lando Norris’ McLaren.

“Luck hasn’t been on our side for the first half of the season mad it definitely wasn’t today. Huge shame as it was a big opportunity,” tweeted Leclerc.

Meanwhile, Lewis Hamilton is currently seeing the team doctor as he suffered from fatigue and mild dizziness as updated by Mercedes.

Hamilton is currently leading the championship while Verstappen is six points behind the Briton.

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