The Ferrari pilot Sebastian Vettel won the Grand Prix of Brazil.
The start of the race turned chaotic: Sebastian Vettel reacted to the starting lights better than the owner of the pole position, Valtteri Bottas and entered the first corner in the lead, but the most interesting events in the peloton.
On the second turn Kevin Magnussen easily teased Stoffele of Vandorn, who threw to Daniel Riccardo. As a result of this conflict Riccardo unfurled, after which he went into the pits on a forced pit stop. Less fortunate Magnussen and Vandorn whose cars received fatal injuries and could not continue the race.
After a few turns there was another accident: in Ferradura Romain Grosjean couldn’t hold the car on the path, while on the outside of the trajectory was Esteban Windows. As a result of collision the car of Esteban was seriously critically damaged, and Grosjean went in for a pit stop.
The race resumed on the sixth lap, and Massa immediately took advantage of the slipstream, ahead of Alonso.
Meanwhile, by the beginning of the ninth lap, Hamilton had climbed to tenth place, and to the 20-th circle Lewis had easily dealt with the middle peasants, climbing to fifth position.
At the 28th lap on the pit stop went Bottas, Vettel replied Finn on the 29th and managed to get back on track ahead of Valtteri, and the leadership was taken over by Hamilton.
42-lap race lost four pilot, namely Brendon Hartley.
On the 44th lap and went on his compulsory stop Hamilton, after the Briton returned to the track fifth behind Verstappen. On the same round of his second pit stop made and Riccardo.
On the 59th lap Lewis on fresher tyres without any problems left behind by max.
Hamilton tried to overtake Raikkonen, but was forced to settle for fourth place, while Vettel celebrated his fifth victory in the season 2017.
Fifth checkered flag saw Verstappen. The second half of the top ten made up of ricciardo, Massa, Alonso, Perez and Hulkenberg.
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|5.||Max Verstappen||Red Bull||+32,940|
|6.||Daniel Ricciardo||Red Bull||+48,691|
|9.||Sergio Perez||Force India||+1.09,500|
|10.||Nico Hulkenberg||Renault||Range -1|
|11.||Carlos Sainz||Renault||Range -1|
|12.||Pierre Went Out||Toro Rosso||Range -1|
|13.||Marcus Ericsson||Sauber||Range -1|
|14.||Pascal Wehrlein||Sauber||Range -1|
|15.||Romain Grosjean||Haas||-2 circle|
|16.||Lance Stroll||Williams||-2 circle|
|Brendon Hartley||Torro Rosso||40 laps|
|Esteban Windows||Force India||0 laps|
|Kevin Magnussen||Haas||0 laps|
|Stoffel Vandorn||McLaren||0 laps|
|4.||Daniel Ricciardo||Red Bull||200|
|6.||Max Verstappen||Red Bull||158|
|7.||Sergio Perez||Force India||94|
|8.||Esteban Windows||Force India||83|
|21.||Pierre Went Out||Toro Rosso||0|
|23.||Brendon Hartley||Torro Rosso||0|
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