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Can you name the drivers from first to seventh?

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After a tumultuous start, only seven formula 1 drivers remain in the race.
Here is the order in which the seven drivers cross the finish line:
- the last driver to cross the finish line is Sebastian Vettel.
- Nicholas Latifi is between Lance Stroll and Daniel Ricciardo.
- Max Verstappen is at one end of the seven finishers.
- there are three drivers between Max Verstappen and Valterri Bottos.
- Daniel Ricciardo is not in the middle of the pack.
- Lewis Hamilton is behind Valterri Bottos.
Question: Can you name the drivers from first to seventh?

posted Oct 7, 2020 by Manish Tiwari

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1.- Max Verstappen
2.- Daniel Ricciardo
3.- Nicholas Latifi
4.- Lance Stroll
5.- Valteri Bottos
6.- Lewis Hamilton
7.- Sebastian Vettel

answer Nov 3, 2020 by anonymous

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