Fernando Alonso collided with team-mate Lance Stroll at the start of the sprint and could only manage 15th in qualifying, four points behind the Canadian, but the two-time champion made up for it on race day by moving up to nine – continuing Aston Martin’s 100% record for the season.


Russell was just the other side of the cut as he finished the race eighth, with Sergio Perez fourth (via his wild 1st), Ricciardo 15th (having come up from behind after a penalty) and Alex Albon (in another fighting show for Williams) for close company.

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