The notes of the French Grand Prix / SOFOOT.com

If Max Verstappen is still far from being world champion again, the path to his second title has opened up a little more this Sunday, at Le Castellet, after the new setbacks experienced by Ferrari. For the rest, it is hard to believe that Liberty Media has been convinced by the race scenario to renew the contract with the Paul-Ricard circuit. A pity for Alpine who had a smile at home, unlike Pierre Gasly.


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Max Verstappen

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The more the Grand Prix goes by, the more the Dutchman seems to drive like a 34-year-old veteran. Don’t be surprised to see him celebrating his 11the world title in 2035.

Lewis Hamilton

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A second place for his 300e CU that the British embraces with great pleasure. Hoping – finally – for a win before the end of the season?

george russell

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Little George was entitled to Tonton Wolff’s mid-race reprimands. With immediate effect: a first double podium this season for Mercedes. The silver arrows are back.

Sergio Perez

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Like your place on arrival. Beaten regularly by a Mercedes and also by a Ferrari part P19 and smoked like a bruise by Russell. bad hangover

Carlos Sainz Jr.

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Fortunately, Carlos was there to put on a show for us during the race. big kisses

Fernando Alonso

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Too strong for others, but too far from the strongest. Geraint Thomas

Lando Norris

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I wanted to make the French fans happy. Finishing his race behind Alonso’s Alpine, he made good on his word.

Esteban Ocon

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A bit like the boss who likes to abuse the weaklings at school, the Frenchman spent the race tormenting Ricciardo. A man who knows how to put on a show for his audience.

Daniel Ricciardo

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With all the gusts of wind Ocon threw at him, he didn’t have too much trouble beating the heat on Sunday.

Lance Walk

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Did Räikkönen’s behavior on the radio give him wings? The Canadian can breathe in any case: a point and a finished race in front of his teammate.

Sebastian Vettel

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Winner of the most beautiful image of the weekend, at the wheel of the Green peasthe original 1922 Aston Martin, to celebrate the team’s 100th anniversary in racing.

Pierre Gasly

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Weekends follow each other and look like Pierre. unfortunately

Alexander Albon

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A new Williams for a new life? Not yet.

Valtteri Bottas

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Frédéric Vasseur may be a pro at water guns in the paddock, but it was his team that took to the water in the heat of the Var this weekend.

Mick Schumacher

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The prodigal son’s state of grace thus ended with a corner cut a little too close in qualifying, and then a tackle by Zhou on the run. Difficult return to reality.

Guanyu-Zhou

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A slow agony until the breakdown within a few laps of the finish.

Nicholas Latifi

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Turn around a bit and then leave.

Kevin Magnussen

Editor’s note

Tour de France

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His penalty that had sent him to the back of the grid at the start did not bode well for a great race. And his crazy departure was not rewarded either. At the same time, the Danes have already conquered France by bicycle this summer.

Yuki Tsunoda

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Hard to drive with hand made side vents.

Charles Leclerc

Editor’s note

In fusion

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It was 33 degrees at Le Castellet and probably 945 plus in the Monegasque’s helmet when the rear of his car stalled and threw him into the wall.

By Fabien Gelinat

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