The Montoya fury is still intact. Sebastián Montoya had a great race in the Formula 3 Sprint Race at Silverstone. The Colombian started first, but in the absence of five laps a rival touched him in the relaunch of the race and it was there when the 18-year-old runner, he got angry and made a great comeback.
The crash left him in 18th position, he sped up and He demonstrated his category to climb 10 and finally be eighth and thus be able to add three points in the general classification. The Colombian managed that first place in a great way despite the rain that became the protagonist. On lap 7, the safety car came out and neutralized the race, then in the relaunch the clash of the Colombian and the British occurred.
The Argentine Franco Colapinto who was third, was in the first position. She defended herself in a great way and finally won the sprint racethe leader of the championship, the British Bortaleto finished second.
A Déjà vu in Silverstone
In 2001 in Brazil, Juan Pablo Montoya suffered something similar to what his son experienced in Silverstone. The Williams driver was in first place when Jos Verstappen rammed him from behind and ended his dream of taking the race. That day he could not continue. This time something similar happened, although Sebastián was able to continue and come back.
The clash between Sebastián Montoya and Taylor Barnard was because the track became difficult due to the rain, the smooth tires complicated the pilots who had to go in to change them, the race was neutralized and at the restart, the Briton accelerated and touched the Colombian who was upset and told the team that he did not want to talk. “Enough of the radio, please,” he said.