Max Verstappen


Sergio Perez feels he can ‘definitely’ beat Red Bull teammate Max Verstappen to Formula One title

Red Bull driver Sergio Perez is remaining optimistic over his chances of overhauling the current world champion and teammate Max Verstappen in this season’s Formula One title fight.The pair have won eight of the last 10 races between them as F1 reaches the halfway point of the season, though those numbers are heavily skewed in the Dutchman’s favour with just the Monaco Grand Prix seeing Perez triumph.That run of victories for Verstappen leaves him top of the championship standings on 258 points, 80 clear of Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc and with Perez five further back.But the Mexican feels he has...

Charles Leclerc doesn’t rule out ‘taking risks’ racing against Max Verstappen later this season

Charles Leclerc admits his racing against Max Verstappen could see him take more risks later this season should he reignite his Championship hunt. Nothing short of a disastrous few weeks has seen Leclerc pick up just eight points in two races after the Ferrari star crashed out of the French Grand Prix whilst in the lead, while in Hungary an ill-advised strategy call to pit to hard compound tyres resulted in the Monegasque tumbling down the order, eventually finishing sixth. Verstappen, meanwhile, won both races and has now stretched his lead at the top of the Drivers’ Standings to...
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Is Max Verstappen the Best Driver in Formula One?

Last season, Red Bull Racing won their first driver’s championship since 2013. The energy drink giant fought through season after season of adversity and losses. Now with renewed confidence and pedigree, Red Bull looks to add more. Leading that push for continued dominance is 24-year-old Dutch phenom Max Verstappen....
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2022 Formula 1 in Hungary results: Max Verstappen puts in masterful drive to win Hungarian Grand Prix

Max Verstappen regained momentum in his chase for a second world championship, driving from mid-pack at the Hungaroring to the front through a combination of strategy and brilliant driving on Sunday. This was a really heady drive by Verstappen, who started in 10th due to a power unit change, as the defending world champion was asked to make his way to the front on a notoriously difficult-to-pass-on Hungaroring track that is tight and slippery.
Road & Track

Max Verstappen Starts Hungarian GP In 10th, Wins Anyway

Over the past two months, Ferrari seems to have figured something out in their car and returned to their season-opening form as the strongest team on the grid. Unfortunately, all that speed has largely only served to put them in position to lose races in increasingly unique ways. This weekend,...