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Jos Verstappen

personalia

Dutch
4 March 1972 (47)
Carl Forberg (4 March 1911)
Nino Vaccarella (4 March 1933)
Jim Clark (4 March 1936)

statistics

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2 (1.9%)
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3rd
6th (1994 Belgian Grand Prix)
8
107
107
17 (0.2 points per race avg)
3987
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58 (54.2%)
1994 Brazilian Grand Prix
2003 Japanese Grand Prix

about Jos Verstappen

Johannes Franciscus "Jos" Verstappen (born 4 March 1972) is a Dutch former racing driver. After his F1 career Jos Verstappen has won races in A1 Grand Prix and Le Mans Series LMP2 races (winning the 24 hours of Le Mans LMP2 class in 2008). Prior to his F1 début in 1994, he was also the German Formula Three champion and Masters of Formula Three winner in 1993. Jos was the most successful Dutch F1 racing driver before he retired and started mentoring his son Max to Formula 1, in which he has been fairly successful, with Max becoming the youngest ever Grand Prix winner and winning three races so far, at the age of 20.


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seasons

1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2003,

finishing positions

grid positions

wins

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pole positions

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teams & teammates

season teammate
1994 Michael Schumacher
Jyrki Järvilehto
Johnny Herbert
Benetton compare 1994
1995 Domenico Schiattarella
Simtek compare 1995
1996 Ricardo Rosset
Footwork compare 1996
1997 Mika Salo
Tyrrell compare 1997
1998 Rubens Barrichello
Jan Magnussen
Stewart compare 1998
2000 Pedro de la Rosa
Arrows compare 2000
2001 Enrique Bernoldi
Arrows compare 2001
2003 Justin Wilson
Nicolas Kiesa
Minardi compare 2003

news

The Ferrari driver banged wheels with Verstappen at the Red Bull Ring a fortnight ago in an incident that the race stewards deemed was inside the regulations.<br>Leclerc said he would respond to that decision by being tougher than before on track – and that is how things played out when he delivered some robust defensive moves against Verstappen at Silverstone.<br>Verstappen reckoned that ...

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The Formula 1 race at Silverstone was brought alive by some fantastic battling between the Red Bull and Ferrari drivers, as they fought it out wheel-to-wheel for the first time since their controversial incident at the Red Bull Ring.<br>With Leclerc having vowed ahead of the weekend to drive more robustly after Verstappen escaped a sanction for their clash in Austria, there was no quarter given as ...

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The two drivers were locked in an exciting battle for third place on lap 37, when Verstappen was able to make a move around the outside of Stowe corner to take the final podium spot.<br>But after the Red Bull driver lose some momentum on the exit, Vettel thought there was a chance to regain the position – and got dragged in when he thought the door had been left open for the following ...

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Verstappen had just overtaken Vettel at Stowe when he was rear-ended by the Ferrari driver into the next corner, which sent him airborne over a kerb and into the gravel. <br>The crash only dropped him to fifth place and he made it to the finish in that position, while Vettel – who apologised after the race – finished at the back after a 10-second penalty.<br>After the race Verstappen claimed ...

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Verstappen had just cleared Vettel in the battle for third place on lap 37 when the German attempted to retake the position down the inside of Vale – only to lock up and hit the defending Verstappen.<br>The contact resigned the Red Bull driver to an eventual fifth-place finish, with Vettel dropping out of the points due to damage and subsequently picking up a 10-place grid penalty for his role ...

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Hamilton overhauled poleman Bottas at Silverstone by running a longer first stint that allowed him to only stop once, and proved crucial when the safety car emerged after Bottas' stop. <br>That gave Hamilton track advantage and he won comfortably after Bottas made a late second pitstop to use his mandatory second compound, having used mediums in his first two stints. <br>Ferrari's Charles ...

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Verstappen qualified 0.183s off the pace in fourth at Silverstone, where he thought he might have claimed his first pole position in F1 without a problem he reported as “turbo lag”. <br>Red Bull was 0.7s off the pace in British GP qualifying last season with Renault, but Verstappen feels its straightline speed deficit is lower now as Honda continues to make progress and the team refines its ...

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The Red Bull driver will start the race at Silverstone in fourth place after lapping 0.183s slower than poleman Valtteri Bottas, but claimed he may have lost up to two tenths of a second on his best lap. <br>Verstappen reported a “problem with turbo lag” in low-speed corners after feeling his Honda-powered Red Bull was not giving him the power he was requesting at low revs. <br>He reckoned ...

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Fresh from his win at the Austrian GP a fortnight ago, the Red Bull driver ended up seventh overall in second practice at Silverstone, eight tenths away from the pace-setting Valtteri Bottas.<br>But on a day when Verstappen said he struggled a lot with a lack of grip, he reckons there is some encouragement to be taken from the fact that he wasn’t further away from the top.<br>“I would say this ...

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Leclerc lost the first victory of his F1 career when Verstappen passed him late on at the Red Bull Ring, a move that triggered a lengthy post-race review as the two banged wheels and Leclerc ended up off track.<br>Afterwards, a video circulated on social media that showed a young Leclerc dismissing a WSK Euro Series karting clash with Verstappen in 2012 as just a racing incident, while Verstappen ...

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Gasly has scored only 43 points this season compared to his teammate’s 126 and finished a lapped seventh in the recent Austrian Grand Prix, which was won by Verstappen. <br>Red Bull motorsport advisor Helmut Marko has described Gasly’s form as “not satisfactory” and explained that as part of the attempt to turn things around the 23-year-old is now not allowed to deviate significantly from ...

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Verstappen has a contract with Red Bull that runs to the end of 2020 but a swathe of speculation has emerged over recent weeks suggesting a performance clause could allow him to leave after this year.<br>The 21-year-old won the most recent grand prix in Austria, lifting him to third in the championship as Red Bull and Honda claimed a win together after just nine races to end Mercedes' 100% winning ...

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Verstappen earned his first win of the season at the previous race in Austria, which launched him to third in the drivers' championship, behind only Hamilton and the second Mercedes of Valtteri Bottas.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Austrian GP: Verstappen edges Leclerc in thrilling race<br>What Verstappen's victory tells us about F1's future<br><br><br>Horner said after Verstappen's Austrian win that ...

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On Sunday evening a long post-race investigation was held into Verstappen’s wheel-to-wheel contact while passing Charles Leclerc for the lead.<br>The outcome was positioned as an important one for F1, which has received major scrutiny and criticism for stewards' decisions on the most significant battles in the previous two grands prix.<br>Asked by Motorsport.com if it was fair to assume the ...

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Max Verstappen's second consecutive Austrian Grand Prix win was thrown into doubt when the stewards announced that they would be investigated his race-winning overtake on Ferrari's Charles Leclerc.<br>The Red Bull driver - who had a slow getaway on the opening lap of the race - completed a remarkable rise to first place on lap 69 when he overtook Leclerc for the lead at turn three.<br>Managing to ...

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Verstappen faced a steward's investigation following his win at the Red Bull Ring to decide whether he had deliberately forced Charles Leclerc off track when he snatched the lead at Turn 3 on the penultimate lap.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Austrian GP: Verstappen edges Leclerc in thrilling race<br>Vettel/Verstappen incident comparision "apples and oranges" - FIA<br>Binotto: Ferrari won't appeal ...

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Verstappen escaped punishment after he and Leclerc made wheel-to-wheel contact that pushed Leclerc off-track while fighting for the win in Austria, as the stewards believed both drivers had a role to play in the incident.<br>The clash has been compared to controversial five-second penalties applied at the previous two races in Canada, where Sebastian Vettel lost victory, and France, where Daniel ...

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Verstappen beat Charles Leclerc to win the race at the Red Bull Ring but his race-winning move was placed under investigation as the two drivers made contact and Leclerc briefly went off-track.<br>The decision to take no further action was communicated at 7.47pm local time, more than three hours after the race ended.<br>Asked by Motorsport.com to explain why the decision took so long, Masi said ...

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Red Bull driver Verstappen made contact with Ferrari's Charles Leclerc while overtaking him for the lead at Turn 3 on the 69th lap of the 71-lap event, and went on to take the chequered flag in first place.<br>But Leclerc felt his rival had broken the rules in forcing him off the track, and Verstappen's win remained provisional for several hours as stewards investigated the incident.<br>They ...

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Red Bull driver Verstappen and Ferrari's Leclerc engaged in a wheel-to-wheel battle for victory in the closing laps of the race.<br>They bumped wheels at the Turn 3 right-hander at the top of the hill with three laps remaining, after Verstappen dived inside Leclerc and gave his rival no room on the outside.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>FIA explains why Verstappen decision took so long<br>Leclerc ...

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The two drivers bumped wheels as Verstappen finally overtook the Ferrari at the Turn 3 right-hander at the top of the hill, one lap after a failed attempt in which they ran side-by-side without touching.<br>Immediately after the grand prix Verstappen questioned “the point of being in Formula 1” if that pass was considered illegal.<br>When asked by Motorsport.com in the official post-race press ...

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Red Bull driver Verstappen caught and overtook Ferrari’s Leclerc with three laps remaining, but the two made wheel-to-wheel contact as Leclerc tried to hang on around the outside.<br>That incident is under investigation by the stewards.<br>Immediately after the grand prix, Verstappen said: “It’s hard racing, otherwise we have to stay at home.<br>“If those things are not allowed in racing ...

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Verstappen fell to eighth on the opening lap but charged through the order and caught Leclerc late on before winning a wheel-to-wheel battle to secure the victory.<br>However, his race-winning pass – which resulted in minor contact and pushed Leclerc to the run-off, denying Leclerc a first F1 win – led to a post-race investigation from the stewards.<br>Leclerc finished second on the road, with ...

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Red Bull motorsport advisor Helmut Marko told German publication Auto Motor Und Sport in Austria that he was worried Verstappen could walk because the team is claimed not to have yet hit a performance target it needs to ensure the Dutchman stays for next year.<br>Although no details of the performance clause have been revealed, there have been various suggestions that it requires either Red Bull ...

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With the long straights at the Red Bull Ring not ideal for Verstappen's Honda engine, the Dutchman had been bracing himself for a pretty tough time in the battle against Mercedes and Ferrari.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Austrian GP: Leclerc beats Hamilton to pole, Vettel ninth<br><br><br>But despite a troubled practice day on Friday that was impacted by a high-speed crash at the final corner ...

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