Verstappen continued his winning juggernaut to consolidate his position on the top of the driver’s standing.
Red Bull’s world championship leader Max Verstappen will start on pole for the Austrian Grand Prix after edging out Lando Norris for McLaren in qualifying on Saturday.
Max Verstappen and his Red Bull team will seek a potentially decisive ‘knockout’ triumph over defending champions Mercedes and home hero Lewis Hamilton in this weekend’s British Grand Prix which features a new form of qualifying. After reeling off his first hat-trick of successive wins
The British Grand Prix was suspended for the time being after the championship leader Max Verstappenn escaped a deadly crash on Sunday.
Max Verstappen will seek to extend his lead over Lewis Hamilton in the world championship at this weekend’s Styrian Grand Prix as the cracks in Mercedes’ armoury widen. The 23-year-old Dutchman heads the defending seven time champion
Red Bull driver Max Verstappen delivered another master class to storm to a mesmerizing victory at the Styrian Grand Prix on Sunday.
Max Verstappen won the French Grand Prix on Sunday to extend his lead over Lewis Hamilton in the drivers’ title race and leave the world champion’s Mercedes team “with a big fight” to retain control of their Formula One fiefdom.
The Dutchman started from pole in pouring rain only for the race to be stopped after two laps as several cars crashed. It was resumed two hours later with 28 of the 53 laps completed and Verstappen leading the whole way.
"A historic day for Dutch sport," tweeted Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte after what he called "a bizarre race." "Max Verstappen, congratulations for this phenomenal performance. Really fantastic," he added.
Max Verstappen created history by becoming the first Dutchman ever to win the Formula One world championship title after winning the dramatic season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix under the floodlights at the Yas Marina circuit on Sunday.