Max Verstappen dominates Spanish Grand Prix, Hamilton takes second and Russell finishes third

Max Verstappen delivered a dominant performance at the Spanish Grand Prix, further solidifying his position at the top of the World Driver’s Championship. The race weekend was also a triumph for the Mercedes team, with both Lewis Hamilton and George Russell securing podium finishes. Hamilton secured second place, continuing his strong campaign, while Russell impressively crossed the line in third.

Verstappen’s victory marked his third consecutive win of the season, showcasing his undeniable prowess on the track. From start to finish, his performance was exceptional and left no room for doubt about his abilities.


Hamilton’s second-place finish demonstrated his determination to challenge Verstappen and close the gap in the championship standings. The seven-time world champion showcased his skill and experience, capitalizing on every opportunity to secure a podium result.

For Russell, the Spanish Grand Prix marked a significant achievement in his career. The young driver, who joined Mercedes this season, showcased his potential and talent by clinching a well-deserved third-place finish. His podium finish solidified his growing reputation and proved his ability to compete at the highest level of Formula 1.

In the later stages of the race, Sergio Perez mounted a strong comeback, securing fourth place ahead of Carlos Sainz. However, it was a disappointing race for Charles Leclerc, who failed to earn any points and finished in 11th position.