The race started with an unbelievable start from Lewis Hamilton, who then took the lead.
Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton got close on track, with the Red Bull driver running Hamilton wide.
This means the stewards had to make yet another decision involving both of the drivers.
No investigation was necessary, Hamilton kept the lead.
Sky Sports F1 co-commentator Martin Brundle spoke on the matter, saying:
“It was late but Max stayed on the race track. Whatever the outcome of the decision one of the teams was not going to be happy. They were side by side when the incident happened. They have just go to focus on the race ahead now.”
There was good news for Red Bull though, as Sergio Perez managed to make it up to third place.
Lap 15 sees Hamilton pit, meaning Perez was in the lead.
Perez played his part for the Red Bull team, trying to slow down Hamilton, allowing Verstappen to catch up.
Hamilton claimed “That’s dangerous driving” about Perez.
Hamilton managed to overtake Perez down the straight, but Verstappen managed to close the gap to two seconds.
“Perez is a legend” Verstappen thanked his team mate.
Lap 26 unfortunately saw Kimi Raikkonen, in his final race, having to come to a stop on the track.
After a spin and a brush with the barriers, he got damage on his front wing.
Raikkonen was able to keep going, making his way to the pits, but however had to retire.
Not how we wanted Kimi's last race to go. All the same, a big thank you again for this great journey 💙 We'll miss you always!