Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton won the Tuscan Grand Prix, making it his 90 GP win and just one behind the all-time record set by Michael Schumacher.
This race had two highlights, the big crash of six cars and Red Bull’s Alex Albon securing his first podium in Formula One. Smashes, red flags and mistakes but the dramatic Tuscan Grand Prix was worth the happy ending!
An engine problem at Mugello Circuit caused a chain reaction crash involving multiple cars on the circuit’s pit straight. Carlos Sainz, Antonio Giovinazzi, Kevin Magnussen and Nicholas Latifi were the drivers involved in this, but luckily all of them walked unscathed. Also, Red Bull driver Max Verstappen’s car got stuck in the gravel, leading to his retirement from the race.
Meanwhile, another Red Bull driver, Alex Albon became the first Thai driver in F1 to get a standing on the podium. Coming third in Tuscan Grand Prix, the 22 year-old is happy to reach the podium after sweeping away Renault’s Daniel Ricciardo. In his 18 race, Albon took advantage of the incident and gave a bounce back to all the criticism.