Hamilton leads the world championship on 70 points, four clear of Vettel. Carlos Sainz finished fifth for Renault and Charles Leclerc sixth for Sauber, his first points finish. Fernando Alonso finished seventh for McLaren ahead of Canadian Lance Stroll of Williams, Stoffel Vandoorne in the second McLaren and New Zealand’s Brendon Hartley of Toro Rosso.
Drama in the final 11 laps of the #AzerbaijanGP ?— BBC 5 live Sport (@5liveSport) April 29, 2018
?Red Bulls crash
?Safety Car deployed
?Grosjean crashes during safety car
?️Hamilton: 'Race should end'
?Vettel locks front tyres
?Bottas rear tyre blow-out
?Hamilton wins first race of the season pic.twitter.com/4JyvPSyGtq
RACE REPORT: Lewis Hamilton takes the lead of the world championship after chaotic #AzerbaijanGP— Sky Sports F1 ? (@SkySportsF1) April 29, 2018
Sebastian Vettel locks up, Valtteri Bottas suffers puncture, Red Bulls collide...https://t.co/5MusVzD79f #SkyF1 pic.twitter.com/YtqZFdZ9En