The Dutch GP had a very spicy opening lap as rain poured onto the Zandvoort track and caused chaos.
Max Verstappen remained in the lead at the end of the first lap but his team-mate Sergio Perez came into the pits and soon found himself out front as the track became too wet for dry tyres.
Zhou Guanyu found himself in second while Pierre Gasly jumped up to third by being among the first to pit.
Charles Leclerc also came in early but Ferrari, in typical fashion, was not ready and he had to wait for intermediate tyres to emerge from the garage, costing him a lot of time.
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It may have still been a Red Bull at the front but it certainly wasn't the one we were expecting as the pecking order got switched around in a big way.
Fernando Alonso, who made an excellent start on dry tyres, found himself fifth behind Gasly and Zhou, who were quickly disposed of by Verstappen.
Yuki Tsunoda and Kevin Magnussen found themselves in the points behind the two Ferraris while both Mercedes and McLaren cars were left outside the top 10.
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