Chinese Grand Prix: Max Verstappen wins again

At the Chinese Grand Prix, Max Verstappen continued his impressive winning streak in Formula 1, extending his lead in the championship. While Lewis Hamilton, the seven-time world champion, faced serious difficulties.
Red Bull’s Verstappen showed excellent form as he successfully navigated two safety car periods. The victory was his 38th of his last 49 races, confirming his ambitions for a fourth consecutive championship.
Hamilton, in turn, is going through difficult times. He has gone 50 races and 868 days without finishing on top of the podium, and this race was another tough day in his uncompetitive Mercedes. In China, he only finished ninth, complaining that his car was “slow” and “broken.”
The race was also a highlight for McLaren’s Lando Norris, who put in an impressive performance to finish second ahead of Red Bull’s Sergio Perez. Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz, Ferrari drivers, finished fourth and fifth respectively.
The Chinese Grand Prix returned to Shanghai this year after a five-year hiatus. Previously, Hamilton was the undisputed leader at this track, winning here a record six times. But the sport now has a new king: Verstappen, who took his fourth win in the first five races of the season.
While Verstappen continues his dominance on the track, Hamilton and his team will have to overcome the serious problems they have faced this season. So far, the former world champion is trying to fight for every position, ending up far behind the prize places.
Thus, the Chinese Grand Prix became a new stage in the fight for the championship in Formula 1. Max Verstappen continues to strengthen his lead while Lewis Hamilton looks to return to his previous form.