The Dutch GP leads him to add up the difference. 

The Dutchman Max Verstappen won home victory at the Dutch Grand Prix, the fifteenth round of the World Championship of Formula 1, which was held this Sunday at the Zandvoort circuit.

The leader of the World Championship, who reinforces his position at the top of the drivers' standings with his tenth win of the year, fourth in a row, was joined on the podium by Briton George Russell (Mercedes) and Charles Leclerc (Ferrari), while Spaniard Fernando Alonso (Alpine) was sixth with a comeback of seven places.

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Big hit

The race was marked by the incidents of the Japanese Yuki Tsunoda (Alph to Tauri) and the Finn Valtteri Bottas (Alfa Romeo) towards lap 50 of the 72 that were given to the sinuous and banked circuit of Zandvoort.

At the start, Verstappen contained Leclerc and the Spanish Carlos Sainz, with a touch included, the British Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes).

The Dutchman thus began, with a firm step, the road to victory at home. Sainz, who was running third, was left without a chance to fight for the victory due to a fumble by Ferrari, who forgot the left rear tire at his first stop, on lap 15, and lost him more than 12 seconds.