Red Bull had a dream race this Sunday at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix, as Max Verstappen won ahead of teammate Sergio Perez in Baku.
The 24-year-old Belgian thus increased his lead in the driver standings.
Verstappen now holds 150 points, 21 more than Perez.
Third in this chapter, Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) was unable to finish the day's race.
This is the second time he has been forced to retire in the last three races.
It was also a real nightmare for the “Scuderia” in Baku.
Carlos Sainz Jr. (Ferrari) also failed to cross the finish line, which was also the case for Zhou Guanyu (Alpha Romeo) and Kevin Magnussen (Haas).
In the last two cases, these are cars powered by Ferrari engines.
Georges Russell (Mercedes) took the third step of the podium, just ahead of his teammate Lewis Hamilton.
Among the Canadians, Lance Stroll (Aston Martin) was unable to finish the race and finished 16th. Nicholas Latifi (Williams) took 15th place in the Azerbaijan GP standings.
He is the last driver to cross the finish line.