After a rollercoaster of a season Brazil has delivered us yet another brilliant race,
we were treated to a great battle between Verstappen and Hamilton, the two Ferrari’s colliding on track and then in the end an epic battle for the final podium spots which resulted in both Pierre Gasly’s and Carlos Sainz’ first podiums of their careers.
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McLaren ‘never gave up’, first podium in 2,072 days
McLaren are celebrating the team’s first podium result in 2,072 days after Carlos Sainz raced from 20th on the grid to third at the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Sainz failed to set a lap time in qualifying at the Interlagos circuit, his MCL34 suffering an ignition wiring problem.
Set to start the grand prix from the very back of the grid, McLaren fitted his car with a brand new power unit that Sainz put to good use.
The Spaniard was up to 15th place after the first lap and, 70 laps later, crossed the lined in fourth place.
That became third when Lewis Hamilton was penalised for crashing into Alexander Albon.
Sainz made a belated visit to the podium, trophy and champagne in hand as he celebrated his maiden F1 podium.
“We woke up this morning after a difficult Saturday with a clear commitment to never give up and fight back,” said team boss Andreas Seidl.
“The achievement this year together with the podium today is the perfect motivation for all of us to keep working hard in order to score podiums again in the future for McLaren based on our own outright performance.”
McLaren clinched fourth place in the Constructors’ standings with Sunday’s result as they are 49 points clear of Renault with a maximum of 44 still in play.
CEO Zak Brown added: “Our first podium since Australia 2014 and P4 secured in the championship.
“Great teamwork today and all season. Our best result since 2012.
“Thank you to every single one of our people, our superb drivers and our incredible fans.”
After 51 laps of chess, chaos descended at the Interlagos circuit for the final 20 laps of the Brazilian Grand Prix and still Max Verstappen stood tall.
Insanity at Interlagos
Brazil breathes Ayrton Senna and his spirit was alive at the 2019 Brazilian Grand Prix which delivered another crazy result full of passion and emotion. Max Verstappen’s dominant performance had the air of Senna in his pomp while Pierre Gasly’s second place after a season of difficulties rewrote the story of what redemption can be in the cut-throat universe that is F1.
Then there was heartbreak for Alex Albon, a podium for McLaren, a penalty for Lewis Hamilton and the lightest of touches between the two Ferraris resulting in Charles Leclerc’s car falling apart like Lego car flung against a wall.
Max wins duel against the Champ
Interlagos again underscored its status as a legendary track, a track that punishes mistakes and that also provides drivers with opportunities to overtake. Verstappen made the most of those opportunities by overtaking Hamilton twice on his way to a famous win. Fans and analysts alike have waited to see the young pretender take on the king.
With all things being more or less equal, Verstappen showed that he can – and will – beat Hamilton. This may not be a surprise but what a delight to see the pair plunge into battle for a grand prix victory.
Verstappen was robbed of a win in 2018 due to the silly incident with Esteban Ocon and there was no stopping him in 2019. His form coupled with Honda’s gains mean anything is possible in 2020.
The power of dreams
The improvements in Honda’s power unit were visible in the run up the hill to the chequered flag as Gasly in the Toro Rosso had enough grunt to out-drag Hamilton’s Mercedes to the line to claim one of the most remarkable podiums in recent F1 history.
Honda says it believes in ‘the power of dreams’ and Gasly will scarcely believe what he achieved at Interlagos, having been unceremoniously dumped Red Bull earlier in the season. It is a result that does give the decision-makers at Red Bull some food for thought as they plan their driver line-ups in the coming seasons.
Gasly described being on the podium as “insane” and that just about sums up it.
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