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Both collided with the Haas and were forced out of the race, while the safety vehicle was deployed as the debris was cleared.
In fifth place behind Vettel was Red Bull-Renault's Daniel Ricciardo, who had a pretty anonymous race after being the centre point in two of the most exciting F1 races in recent memory in China and Azerbaijan. Low grip caused problems all around, but for none more than Haas' Romain Grosjean.
As a result, his auto created a cloud of black smoke and was invisible to following drivers as they raced into it - Nico Hulkenberg, of Renault, and Pierre Gasly, of Toro Rosso - both smashing into him.
"It could be quite a defining moment for the season", Verstappen said. He had a spin shortly after the Ocon-induced virtual safety auto. He now has 95 points to Vettel's 78 after five rounds of the 21-race championship.
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Though Bottas appeared comfortable in second place at the chequered flag, Toto Wolff admitted Mercedes were concerned after noticing blisters on his tyres in the last few laps. The thinner tread on the rubber Pirelli have supplied this weekend in response to the blistering during testing in Barcelona certainly seems to work to their advantage and the same type of tyres will be used at the French and British grands prix. Max Verstappen (Red Bull) - +0,6436.
Ocon's bad luck continued with smoke spouting from his tailpipe on lap 41, speculated by SkySports commentators to be a hydraulic failure.
The Mercedes driver dominated proceedings at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, finishing over 20 seconds ahead of team-mate Valtteri Bottas, who took second. Verstappen lost his left side wing endplate, which flew off the vehicle once on the pit straight, and into the Force India of Sergio Perez. Sergey Sirotkin (Williams) (all 3 laps).
Home ground favourite McLaren's Fernando Alonso started the race in a good P8 but after the Lap 1 shuffle he was pushed back to P11 then worked himself back to his original position by the end of the race.
Force India driver Sergio Perez and Sauber's Charles Leclerc put in sterling performances to claim ninth and 10th positions respectively. Ricciardo cut under the 1:19 mark on lap 61, but it meant little to the Australian, in a lonely P5.
After edging out Bottas for pole, Hamilton roared off the line to retain his lead on the 200mph charge to the opening bend, while Vettel got the jump on Bottas after a gutsy move around the outside of the Finn.