Max Verstappen Goes From 10th To 1st In Hungarian Grand Prix

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The Red Bull Driver Managed To Move His Way Back To His Usual Place After Qualifying 10th Due To Spinning Out On The Track During Qualifying

Red Bull's top racing driver Max Verstappen has made the impossible possible, after he turned his 10th place on the starting grid into a 1st place podium finish at the Hungarian Grand Prix.

Verstappen's spin out during qualifying seemingly costed him the race, but the Dutchman from Belgium defied the expectations of crowds and race commentators by beating the likes of Charles LeClerc, Carlos Sainz Jr, Sir Lewis Hamilton MBE, and George Russell.

Hamilton took a surprise 2nd place finish after grand prix after grand prix of the seven time world champion being shafted in the standings, with Russell coming in 3rd.

The two prancing horses ran by Carlos Sainz Jr and Charles LeClerc finished in 4th and 6th respectively, showing that Ferrari's promising start to the 2022-2023 F1 Season hasn't paid off for the struggling team as previously forecast.

Verstappen's teammate Sergio Perez finished in 5th, after being sandwiched between Sainz Jr and LeClerc during the last laps of the race.