Lewis Hamilton and Charles Leclerc were disqualified from the United States Grand Prix, causing a revision of the results which resulted in Lando Norris finishing second and Carlos Sainz on the podium.
‣ Lewis Hamilton had to hand in the cup belonging to second place after his second-place finish in the United States Grand Prix.
‣ Charles Leclerc was also left with no points from his 100th GP for Ferrari due to a disqualification.
‣ Lando Norris was eventually awarded second place after all.
‣ Carlos Sainz finished on the podium in his Ferrari.
Lewis Hamilton and Charles Leclerc experienced disappointment in the United States Grand Prix, with Hamilton having to surrender his second-place cup and Leclerc receiving zero points due to disqualification. Consequently, the revised results have brought about significant changes in the final standings.
Following the unfortunate news, the FIA released the updated results of the 2023 US Grand Prix. As a result, Lando Norris was ultimately awarded second place, and Carlos Sainz secured a podium finish in his Ferrari. Furthermore, Logan Sargeant celebrated his first career point by finishing in tenth place.
The revised standings show how unpredictable Formula 1 can be, with unexpected turnarounds that can dramatically impact drivers’ positions in the championship. As Lewis Hamilton said, “You never know what can happen in this sport. One moment you’re celebrating, the next moment you’re handing over your trophy.”
This race serves as a reminder that even the most experienced drivers can face unexpected setbacks that shatter their expectations. Charles Leclerc expressed his disappointment, stating, “It’s tough, especially on my 100th GP. We’ll just have to bounce back stronger next time.”
Ultimately, the revised results of the United States Grand Prix serve as yet another example of the excitement and unpredictability that makes Formula 1 a thrilling sport. As Carlos Sainz aptly summarized, “It just goes to show that every race counts, and you have to give it your all until the checkered flag falls.”