It wasn’t the European Grand Prix everyone was expecting to be, but it was a decent enough race none the less with German Nico Rosberg taking his fifth race victory of the season followed by Sebastian Vettel in second a remarkable podium by the Mexican Sergio Perez who overtook Kimi Raikkonen in the last few laps of the race to take the last podium. There were no safety cars, or pileups or VSCs as were predicted before the race.
Reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton finished fifth after multiple issues with the settings of his car.
I guess Monaco had all the fun this time! This race made me sleepy as hell #EuropeGP
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