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Ocon wins maiden Grand Prix ahead of Vettel and Hamilton in Hungary chaos

Article To news overview © Alpine Esteban Ocon has won his first Grand Prix, taking Alpine's first victory in Formula 1 since the team returned to the sport as Renault five years ago. The French driver benefitted from early chaos to come home as the race winner, weathering pressure throughout the race from Aston Martin's Sebastian Vettel. Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton finished in third place, recovering from an early race strategy error. The race was marred by a startline crash that was triggered by Mercedes' Valtteri Bottas, who ended up taking out McLaren's Lando Norris and Red Bull's Sergio Perez as well as causing heavy damage to the other Red Bull of Max Verstappen. Race - Hungarian Pos....
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