The gloves are OFF between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen, Sergio Perez disappoints when Red Bull needed him most and the Sprint race actually delivered but it needs work – SEVEN things we learned from the British Grand Prix

Mercedes finally answered back in their battle with Red Bull as Lewis Hamilton won the British Grand Prix in controversial fashion, while Max Verstappen crashed out during the opening lap. The crash saw the race red flagged, allowing Mercedes to make the necessary repairs to Hamilton’s car before he could go on to chase down Charles Leclerc and seal a vital race win. So it makes it a little bit disappointing, always, after the races. With cars being pushed to the limit, the race itself was exciting and saw Hamilton lose his pole position off the line with Verstappen blitzing his rival to the first corner. The length of the race proved contentious, with many saying it was too short while others argued 17 laps was too long. While Saturday’s inaugural sprint race was a big hit for Verstappen, who managed to wrestle pole position off Hamilton, the same can’t be said for his Red Bull team-mate Perez.

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