F1: Sepang, Red Bull’s Verstappen Wins, Ferrari’s Vettel Came 4th
Ferrari’s (NYSE:RACE) poor luck with their cars happened again Sunday at Sepang, with Kimi Raikkonen complaining of a lack of power on his way to the grid, he did not start,
Red Bull Racing’s Infant Terrible Max Verstappen dominated Sunday’s 2017 Malaysian Grand Prix, taking the win ahead of MercedesAMG’s Lewis Hamilton, his team-mate Daniel Ricciardo and Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel.
The young driver overtook the MercedesAMG of Mr. Hamilton early and cruised the rest of the way to the Chequered Flag.
Mr. Vettel made a super charge into 4th place after starting at 20th on the back row, finishing ahead of Valtteri Bottas, but Ferrari team-mate Kimi Raikkonen could not start because of engine problems.
Mr. Hamilton increased his championship lead to 34 points by finishing 2nd, but Ferrari was happy with Mr. Vettel’s sensational comeback.
The race results:
Japanese Grand Prix
Suzuka Intl Racing Course
|NBCSN||Saturday, 7 October
United States Grand Prix
Circuit of the Americas
|NBC||Sunday, 22 October
Gran Premio de Mexico
|NBC||Sunday, 29 October
Tune in for a terrific F1 Racing month.
|NYSE:RACE||110.65||29 September 2017||0.62||110.03||110.91||109.92||200,529|
|HeffX-LTN Analysis for RACE:||Overall||Short||Intermediate||Long|
|Neutral (0.15)||Neutral (-0.08)||Neutral (0.06)||Bullish (0.46)|
Have a terrific week.
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