After the conclusion of the second triple-header of the season, the Formula 1 paddock move towards the Sochi Autodrom for the Russian Grand Prix.
So let's take a look at the winners and losers that emerged from the Russian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton secured his 100th Grand Prix victory at the Russian Grand Prix, which started in dry conditions and ended under the rain. The Briton made a late switch to intermediate tires to overtake pole-sitter, Lando Norris who slid out of the lead with just two laps left.
Lando Norris ended up seventh after trying to stay out on hard compound tires while Hamilton and the rest of the grid pitted for inters. Norris did his best to keep the lead but, with the rain getting heavier, he eventually slid off the track and Hamilton passed him for P1.
After opting for a fourth engine, Max Verstappen started the race from the back of the grid. The Dutchman showcased massive resilience to cross the chequered flag at P2. He came home 53.2 seconds down on Lewis Hamilton.
Charles Leclerc suffered from a late decision to change tires. Starting from the back of the grid, he was ninth, heading into the closing laps, two spots behind Verstappen, and was briefly up to fourth. But a late pit stop dropped the Ferrari driver to P15.
Carlos Sainz got benefited from early pit stops and crossed the chequered flag at P3 to secure his third podium for Scuderia Ferrari. In addition, the Spaniard ended his curse of scoring podiums whenever Leclerc gets DNF to his name.