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Carlos Sainz wins the British GP; "Checo" Pérez recovers and gets second place

2022-07-03T17:46:19.304Z

Carlos Sainz, from the Ferrari team, achieved a complete weekend in Formula 1: first pole position and now the British GP. 



Carlos Sainz celebrates his victory at the British Grand Prix on July 3, 2022. (Photo: JUSTIN TALLIS/AFP via Getty Images)

(CNN Spanish) --

Carlos Sainz, from the Ferrari team, achieved a full weekend in Formula 1. On Saturday he got pole position and this Sunday he was crowned at the British Grand Prix.

CONGRATULATIONS, CARLOS!

👏

We have ourselves a new race winner!

And what a way to do it!#BritishGP #F1 pic.twitter.com/nZhmBvq4op

– Formula 1 (@F1) July 3, 2022

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Meanwhile, the Mexican Sergio "Checo" Pérez, of Red Bull, recovered thanks to a safety car after being in last place in the first laps of the GP.

With that, he finished in second place and was voted the driver of the day.

The podium was completed by Lewis Hamilton, from Mercedes, who also achieved the fastest lap of the race.

The British GP was overshadowed in the first round of the competition, after a serious accident was recorded where the car of Guanyu Zhou, of the Alfa Romeo team, turned and skidded many meters.

The car's security halo was undoubtedly key to Zhou making it out alive and being released quickly.

Update: Zhou Guanyu has been declared fit and released from the Medical Center.

– Formula 1 (@F1) July 3, 2022

I'm ok, all clear.

Halo saved me today.

Thanks everyone for your kind messages!

pic.twitter.com/OylxoJC4M0

— 周冠宇 |

Zhou Guanyu 🇨🇳 (@ZhouGuanyu24) July 3, 2022

In addition to the Alfa Romeo competitor, other drivers were affected by the accident, including Mercedes' George Russell, who ran out of his car to check on Zhou.

British Mercedes driver George Russell runs to check on the crashed car of Chinese Alfa Romeo driver Guanyu Zhou.

(Photo: BEN STANSALL/AFP via Getty Images)

NORTHAMPTON, ENGLAND - JULY 03: Zhou Guanyu of China, driving the Alfa Romeo F1 C42 Ferrari, crashes on the start during the British Grand Prix on July 3, 2022 in Northampton, England.

(Photo: Mark Thompson/Getty Images)

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