In F1 Netherlands, Red Bull driver Verstappen played in pole position, and two Ferrari Leclerc and Sainz challenged in the second and third places. There were no major ups and downs after the start, Ferrari once again made a crisis, and when Sainz changed tires on the 16th lap, a vanished tire made him spend 12.7 seconds in the pit, falling out of the top 10 at one point. What happened to Ferrari this time?
On the 16th lap, Sainz and Perez entered the pit front and back feet, and Sainz, who entered the station first, was delayed in getting out of the pit, and Perez came first and left first. From the live broadcast, it can be seen that ferrari engineers have quickly changed two front tires and right tail tires, but the left tail tires are late, and Sainz took 12.7 seconds to leave the station, making him helplessly sigh on the radio: "Oh my God", and the opponent Perez only spent two seconds, forming a strong contrast.
Ferrari leader Binotto was asked what was going on at the pit stop: chaos. A very, very late inbound request, the engineer did not prepare (A mess. A very, very late call and the mechanics were not ready.）。 Between the words, the explanation is Sainz's own problem.
Sainz himself was not the only one in the accident, Ferrari engineers put the Wheel gun used in the tire replacement inappropriately, and was crushed by the Perez car, so the Ferrari technicians had to rush to deal with a new round of crisis: emergency repair of the Wheel gun.
The 72 lap race seemed suspenseless until lap 56 Bottas broke the car and the turning point appeared. When the safety car moved, the former train drivers entered the station to change into red tires, but Hamilton continued to fight with the old yellow tires. Even at one point in the first place, when the safety car left, Verstappen, Mercedes-Benz other driver Russell and Leclerc overtook Hamilton, who eventually finished fourth.
Verstappen won the title easily at home, leading the drivers' table even further. As for Ferrari driver Sains, due to another accident at the pit, he was fined 5 seconds for dangerous departures, and finally ended up in a disappointing eighth place.