Max verstappen has become the first ‘poleman’ under the sprint classification system, which has left an absolute protagonist: Fernando Alonso. The Asturian finished 7th after starting 11th, and starred in an epic start.

The Dutchman won Lewis hamilton, who had no options, and will start 2nd for the final race this Sunday. This format also made it clear that an error or a problem is paid: Carlos Sainz, affected by a touch of George Russell, finished 11th.

Memorable departure of Fernando Alonso

A Fernando Alonso that started with soft tires was the protagonist from the start of this experiment. While Hamilton gave up the position with Verstappen, the Spaniard removed five rivals in the first lap.

A memorable start from the Spaniard, who along the way took off Carlos Sainz, George Russell (The British kicked the Madrid off the track and sent him to the back), the McLaren and Sergio perez. From 11th to 5th in the first bars of this short career.

As the laps progressed, the pace of the McLaren made him give up two positions, but Alonso had already managed to become the total protagonist of this session. The Asturian was able to resist Sebastian Vettel, who finished 8th in this race

The fear of an incident was very present for everyone. The example was Sergio Pérez. A spin sent the Mexican to the back of the grill, something that did not happen to Carlos Sainz… at least after the first corner. The Madrilenian was hampered by a touch with George Russell, although he finished 11th.

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Great Britain Grand Prix times table

The race (the real one) will be held this Sunday at 4:00 p.m. This will be usual, about 52 laps