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Miami, USA: Zhou Guanyu suffered a mechanical failure and retired for the first time in his F1 career jqknews

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Miami, USA: Zhou Guanyu suffered a mechanical failure and retired for the first time in his F1 career jqknews

  Original title: Miami, USA: Zhou Guanyu suffered a mechanical failure and retired for the first time in his F1 career

In the early morning of the 9th, Beijing time, the fifth stop of the 2022 F1 Championship was held in Miami, USA. Verstappen won the third championship of the season, and the two Ferrari drivers Leclerc and Sainz ranked 2nd and 3rd respectively. Chinese driver Zhou Guanyu was unable to finish the race due to mechanical problems.

Miami, USA

In the qualifying session that ended the previous day, Ferrari drivers Leclerc and Sainz took the top two, and last year’s champion, Red Bull driver Verstappen ranked third. Zhou Guanyu, who played for the Alfa Romeo team, finally started 17th in the race due to obstacles.

However, on the 7th lap of the race, Zhou Guanyu’s car suffered a mechanical failure, and the team had to recall his No. 24 car, which was his first retirement in his F1 career. Zhou Guanyu posted a disappointed expression on social platforms after the game, which is indeed a very regrettable result for him who is moving towards the points area.

Verstappen won the first Miami Grand Prix. He passed Sainz at the starting stage, and then passed Leclerc in the race. After the safety car ended, he withstood the opponent’s attack and won his third championship of the season. He said after the game: “I’m very happy to win the game in Miami, it’s an incredible Sunday for us!”

According to the schedule, the next stop of F1 this season will be in Barcelona, ​​Spain in two weeks.

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