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Hamilton makes history as Verstappen sounds alarm over Red Bull – RacingNews365 Review

Hamilton makes history as Verstappen sounds alarm over Red Bull – RacingNews365 Review

Lewis Hamilton admitted he “couldn’t stop crying” after winning the British Grand Prix to end a two-and-a-half-year win drought.

Hamilton took his first win at Silverstone ahead of Max Verstappen to claim his 104th Formula 1 win.

Read more: Emotional Hamilton ‘can’t stop crying’ after British Grand Prix win

Verstappen sounds alarm at Red Bull after British Grand Prix caution

Max Verstappen insists Red Bull no longer has the fastest car in Formula 1 and the team has “work to do” after the British Grand Prix.

After qualifying fourth, Verstappen finished second at Silverstone, but this was due to the retirement of George Russell and a huge mistake by McLaren in putting Lando Norris on soft tyres when changing from mediums.

Read more: Verstappen sounds alarm over Red Bull after British Grand Prix warning

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Perez issues unlucky verdict after Red Bull ‘gamble’ fails

Sergio Perez has admitted he was “not lucky” at all at the British Grand Prix, after Red Bull’s early “gamble” on medium tyres failed.

Perez started from the pitlane after receiving a new power unit, after crashing out of first qualifying on Saturday after spinning at Cobbs.

Read more: Perez issues unlucky verdict after Red Bull ‘gamble’ fails

Red Bull hails Hamilton’s power to beat Verstappen

Red Bull team advisor Dr Helmut Marko was quick to praise Lewis Hamilton after the Mercedes driver ended his two-and-a-half-year win drought at the British Grand Prix.

The race was frantic and entertaining at Silverstone, with dynamic weather conditions throwing more variables into an already close battle between Mercedes, McLaren and Max Verstappen’s Red Bull.

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Read more: Red Bull hails Hamilton’s ‘strength’ in beating Verstappen

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Russell reveals moment he realised British Grand Prix was ‘over’

George Russell has revealed he realised the British Grand Prix was about to end 10 laps before he retired due to a water system failure.

The Briton led the opening stages from pole position, but was overtaken by team-mate Lewis Hamilton when the rain started to fall on lap 18.

Read more: Russell reveals moment he realised British Grand Prix was ‘over’

Norris vows to win at Silverstone after beating himself up again

Lando Norris is left regretting another potential Grand Prix win that slipped through his fingers due to a wrong decision.

In mixed conditions at Silverstone, Norris twice led the British Grand Prix, but as the track began to dry and the call for a switch from medium to dry tyres began, Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes made their move.

Read more: Norris vows to win at Silverstone after beating himself up again

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