Ferrari Pilot Wins an F-1 Race for the First Time in Two Years
Sebastian Vettel became a winner of the Malaysian Gran Prix. This is the 40th victory in the German’s career and the first on team Ferrari, while it is the first victory for the Italian team since the Spanish stage of 2013.
Lewis Hamilton, having started from the pole position, finished second in Malaysia. Third place was taken by Nico Rosberg. The Top 5 also includes Kimi Raikkonen and Valtteri Bottas.
Daniil Kvyat has finished ninth in the Malaysian race. His Red Bull partner, Daniel Riccardo, has finished tenth. Carlos Sainz finished the race eighth, while Max Verstappen became the youngest racer in Formula-1’s history, having earned credit points by finishing seventh. The Dutchman won points at 17 years, 5 months, and 27 days of age.
In the middle of the distance, Kvyat collided with Hulkenberg. The German got a 10-second penalty because of this incident.
McLaren pilots withdrew from the race, while Alonso and Batton have been driving in the score zone in the middle of the race.
After the Malaysian Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton took the first place in the personal credit, having advanced Sebastian Vettel by three points. Mercedes AMG is the leader in the Cup of Designers. Ferrari holds the second place, and Williams holds the third.
The next stage is to take place in China, from April 10 to 12.