Lewis Hamilton survived three race starts to win an eventful Tuscan GP. The first-ever F1 race at Mugello served up a dramatic display with two multi-car crashes in the first nine laps and two red flag stoppages. With this, the British driver has picked up his 90th F1 career win and is just one short of equaling Michael Schumacher’s record.

Valtteri Bottas was unable to convert his early race advantage into a win and had to settle for 2nd place. Behind the Mercedes duo, Alexander Albon finished in 3rd place to secure his first F1 podium finish.

  • Hamilton takes his 90th F1 win at Mugello
  • Bottas finishes 4.8 secs behind in 2nd place
  • Albon scores his first F1 podium finish
  • Verstappen, Gasly and Sainz retire

Verstappen’s early exit as crashes take centre stage

The Tuscan GP’s chaotic start saw Bottas enjoy a strong launch off the line to take the lead, while…

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