Tuscan GP Ferrari 1000: Lewis Hamilton won again

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Tuscan GP Ferrari 1000: Lewis Hamilton won again

Crazy race at Mugello, the 1000th of Ferrari history in the F1 World Championship. Lewis Hamilton wins ahead of Valtteri Bottas and Albon. Lots of accidents and a double red flag. Charles Leclerc, who had risen to third place after a great start, finished eighth.

10th Sebastian Vettel, while Kimi Raikkonen got points with Alfa. Only 12 riders at the finish. The World will come back in Russia on 27 September. So Mercedes dominated in the Mugello Grand Prix, the thousandth of Ferrari in F1 history.

Lewis Hamilton won the race on the Tuscan circuit ahead of team mate Valtteri Bottas and Alexander Albon's Red Bull. Back both Ferraris with Charles Leclerc eighth and Sebastian Vettel tenth. Fourth position for Daniel Ricciardo's Renault which preceded Sergio Perez's Racing Point and Lando Norris' McLaren.

Seventh was Daniil Kvyat's Alpha Tauri and Alfa Romeo ninth Racing of Kimi Raikkonen (penalized by 5 ''). Several accidents, 3 starts and 12 drivers at the finish line: fewer since Singapore 2017. Lewis Hamilton flies in the world rankings after the Tuscan GP, ‚Äč‚Äčleaving Bottas at 55 points.

Ferrari struggling in constructors: now the Red is sixth. Ranking and Mick Schumacher's race on dad Michael's Ferrari 2004 F1 2020 DRIVERS RANKING
1 L. Hamilton Mercedes 190
2 See Bottas Mercedes 135
3 M. Verstappen Red Bull 110
4 L.

Norris McLaren 65
5 A. Albon Red Bull 63
6 L. Stroll Racing Point 57
7 D. Ricciardo Renault 53
8 C. Leclerc Ferrari 49
9 S. Perez Racing Point 44
10 P. Gasly Toro Rosso 43
11 C. Sainz McLaren 41 12 E. Ocon Renault 30
13 S. Vettel Ferrari 17
14 D.

Kvyat Toro Rosso 10
15 N.Hulkenberg Racing Point 6
16 A. Giovinazzi Alfa Romeo 2
17 K. Raikkonen Alfa Romeo 2
18 K. Magnussen Haas 1
19 R. Grosjean Haas 0
20 N. Latifi Williams 0
21 G. Russell Williams 0 F1 2020 TEAMS RANKING
1 Mercedes 325
2 Red Bull 173
3 McLaren 106
4 Renault 83
5 Racing Point 82
6 Ferrari 66
7 Alpha Tauri 53
8 Alfa Romeo 4
9 Haas 1
10 Williams 0 In addition, there was a very exciting pre-race at Mugello: Mick Schumacher, driver of the Prema Team (F2) and of the Ferrari Driver Academy, in fact rode in the Ferrari F2004 of his father Michael Schumacher, who had a very serious accident.

On December 29th, 2013, shortly after 11 am, during a ski descent in an off-piste on the snows of Méribel in Savoy, France, Michael Schumacher fell and violently hit his head against a rock, an impact aggravated by the presence of a video camera sportswoman whose support rod pierced the helmet and impacted the skull.

Urgently admitted to the University Hospital of Grenoble, in a semicomatous state, he underwent a neurosurgical operation for severe head trauma and cerebral haemorrhage; after which he was kept in a pharmacological coma.

On June 16, 2014, after about six months, the spokeswoman and manager Sabine Kehm declared that Schumacher, after coming out of a coma, had left the hospital in Grenoble to begin a rehabilitation process in a private clinic.

Already in April, periods of awakening, recovery of consciousness and interaction with the surrounding environment had been announced. Finally, a rehabilitation process was decided at the neuroscience center of the university hospital of Lausanne, not far from his villa in Gland.

On 9 September 2014 Schumacher was discharged from the hospital to continue his rehabilitation at home in Gland, and since then the family has kept the rider's health conditions completely confidential.