Max Verstappen led Sergio Perez to a Red Bull one-two at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix after Ferrari suffered a disastrous afternoon that saw both Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz retire with engine failures.
After ending up on different strategies following the virtual safety car that was triggered by Sainz’s retirement on lap nine, Verstappen and Leclerc looked set for another tight battle for victory, only for the other Ferrari to suffer the same fate when leading on lap 20.
From there it was a procession for Red Bull, with Perez, who led into the first corner after passing Leclerc off the line, unable to match Verstappen’s pace on the Baku street circuit.
George Russell maintained his record of finishing in the top five at every race in his debut season at Mercedes as he secured another podium, while team-mate Lewis Hamilton battled through back pain caused by his bouncing car to climb to fourth.
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