Lewis Hamilton won a chaotic Tuscan Grand Prix at Mugello marked by two spectacular multi-car collisions

35-year-old British racing driver Lewis Hamilton won a turbulent Tuscan Grand Prix at Mugello on Sunday set apart by two horrible multi-auto crashes and a hopeless evening for Ferrari in its 1,000th Formula One race. Hamilton’s Mercedes colleague Valtteri Bottas completed second, with Thai-conceived Briton Alex Albon an amazing third for Red Bull.

Ferrari couple, Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel, completed eighth and tenth as the festivals for the Prancing Horse group bombed on one of its home circuits. The primary accident came not long after the beginning where Bottas had started to lead the pack from polesitter Hamilton, with Red Bull’s Max Verstappen and last Sunday’s astonishment Monza victor Pierre Gasly taken out.

After six laps behind the safety vehicle, Bottas drove the field away, however behind him the pack had grouped too intently and Antonio Giovinazzi collided with the rear of Williams driver Nicholas Latifi, with McLaren’s Carlos Sainz blasting through Alfa Romeo’s Giovinazzi and sending him into the air briefly. Haas driver Kevin Magnussen was likewise included as every one of the four vehicles went into the hindrances on the straight. Sainz was seen gripping his hand however luckily every one of the four men were safe in a frightening episode.