Monday, November 14, 2016

GP Brazil 2016: Hamilton Wins Wet Racing Confused in Brazil and Update Standings

RealAutoTips. - Lewis Hamilton came out as the winner in the Brazilian GP marred the safety car that repeatedly dropped and some coloring accidents wet race in Brazil.

Image Courtesy of DetikOto

Reported from DetikOto, (2016/11/13), that at the Autódromo José Carlos Pace Circuit, Sunday (11/13/2016) night local time, the race started in very wet track conditions which made the start is done behind the safety car. The rain that never let up making a lot of drama going on on the track. Hamilton led the race as a champion of this total lasted more than three hours.

Victory gained in the Brazilian Grand Prix, which is prime for Hamilton, keeping up asak British rider to win the world title season in 2016. He is now 12 points behind Nico Rosberg. The German rider finished second.

This condition makes the competition for the title of F1 world champion will be determined in the final race, which was held in Abu Dhabi on 27 November.

Red Flag was hoisted twice in the race. The first occurred on lap 20, which makes the race was stopped more than 20 minutes. While the second red flag came out on lap 28, which also makes the race was stopped for several minutes.

Being a star in this race is a young rider Max Vertappen, who finished on the podium last. Was thrown away to 16th when the last restart, the driver from Holland was impressing at the top of a wet track to overtake its competitors and make sure to finish the race, taking home 15 points. 

And here are the update standings of GP Brazil 2016 as follow.

1. Lewis Hamilton GBR Mercedes-Mercedes 3h 01m 01.335s / 71 laps 
2. Nico Rosberg GER Mercedes-Mercedes +11.4s 

3. Max Verstappen NED Red Bull-TAG Heuer +21.4s 
4. Sergio Perez MEX Force India-Mercedes +25.3s 
5. Sebastian Vettel GER Ferrari-Ferrari +26.3s 
6. Carlos Sainz Jr ESP Toro Rosso-Ferrari +29.1s 
7. Nico Hulkenberg GER Force India-Mercedes +29.8s 
8. Daniel Ricciardo AUS Red Bull-TAG Heuer +30.4s 
9. Felipe Nasr BRA Sauber-Ferrari +42.6s 
10. Fernando Alonso ESP McLaren-Honda +44.4s 

11. Valtteri Bottas FIN Williams-Mercedes +45.2s 
12. Esteban Ocon FRA MRT-Mercedes +45.8s 
13. Daniil Kvyat RUS Toro Rosso-Ferrari +51.1s 
14. Kevin Magnussen DEN Renault-Renault +51.5s 
15. Pascal Wehrlein GER MRT-Mercedes +60.4s 

16. Jenson Button GBR McLaren-Honda +81.9s 

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