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Jos Verstappen

personalia

Dutch
4 March 1972 (49)
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

Verstappen was preparing to take the pack back up to racing speed after the Emilia Romagna event had been suspended to clear up the wreckage from George Russell and Valtteri Bottas crashing heavily, when the Red Bull driver lost control at the final corners.<br>He speared left over the kerbs of the first Rivazza turn, appearing to briefly put all four wheels across the white line at the track's ...

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Verstappen won by over 20 seconds ahead of a recovering Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes), who bounced back from a costly off-track moment from which he had to reverse out of the gravel. His race was saved by a red flag, and he was able to surge back to second place after the restart.<br>Verstappen made a terrific start to vault from third on the grid to the lead by the first corner, where he touched ...

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Verstappen was leading the pack around for a rolling start following the race's suspension after the massive accident that eliminated Valtteri Bottas and George Russell, but lost control of his Red Bull at the first Rivazza turn just before he was due to resume racing speed.<br>The Red Bull speared left over the kerbs on the corner's inside, but critically appeared to keep at least some part of ...

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Verstappen and Hamilton clashed at the race's opening corners, with the latter then having to put in a recovery drive after sliding off into the gravel at the Tosa hairpin just before the red flag shortly before half distance thanks to the massive accident involving his Mercedes teammate.<br>Rain falling in the first half of the Imola lap in the hour ahead of the race start meant most of the cars ...

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Hamilton held on to take his 99th career pole despite not improving on his final flying lap, with his Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas qualifying down in eighth, one spot ahead of Lando Norris, who lost a time that would have put him third due to a track limits violation.<br>Both Mercedes cars and Verstappen will start the race on the advantageous medium tyres after successfully getting through ...

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The final practice session took place in cold and slowly climbing temperatures, which meant many drivers set their best times on their second or even third qualifying simulation efforts with a set run.<br>There were also several incidents and brief red flag, and a cascade of times deleted for various track limits offences as the drivers built up to the limit ahead of qualifying.<br>Most teams ...

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Verstappen had been tipped as the pre-event favourite for the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix after only narrowly losing out to Lewis Hamilton in Bahrain three weeks ago.<br>But after narrowly trailing both Mercedes drivers in FP1 at Imola, Verstappen suffered a setback early in second practice when he was forced to park up at the side of the track at pit exit following a loss of power.<br>It brought ...

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The second one-hour session of Friday day at Imola featured a number of unusual developments, as the Mercedes drivers did not find major gains using the soft tyres on their mid-session qualifying simulation runs, while Ferrari's Charles Leclerc actually set FP2's best time, but had it deleted for a track limits offence.<br>Leclerc then brought the session to an early end when he crashed at the ...

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Red Bull driver Verstappen was engaged in a close fight with Mercedes rival Lewis Hamilton throughout the season-opening grand prix in Bahrain that was settled in controversial fashion.<br>Verstappen overtook Hamilton around the outside of Turn 4 with four laps to go, but exceeded track limits when doing so, meaning he had to give the position back. Hamilton was then able to hold on for victory by ...

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But amid the disappointment felt on the Red Bull pit wall in the aftermath of Max Verstappen’s defeat to Lewis Hamilton, there was an underlying optimism that this could be its best chance of a title assault in nine seasons.<br>Hamilton may have outfoxed Verstappen in the closing stages with his defence at Turn 4, taking advantage of the change in policing to track limits instigated by Red Bull ...

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For the first time in the turbo hybrid era, a team other than Mercedes has started a campaign with the fastest package – as Verstappen's Red Bull squad led the way in the Bahrain season opener last month.<br>Verstappen took pole for the event, but lost victory to Lewis Hamilton after Mercedes' aggressive strategy calls got the world champion ahead at the first round of pitstops and Verstappen's ...

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Verstappen and Mercedes rival Hamilton were engaged in a race-long battle for the win in F1’s season-opener, which was ultimately settled in the dying moments of the race.<br>Verstappen caught Hamilton in the final stint and overtook him with four laps to go, but completed the move off-track and was forced to hand back the position.<br>Hamilton managed to keep Verstappen behind through the ...

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Verstappen took pole position for Red Bull for the F1 season opener and led the opening stages of the race, but frequently reported problems and was unable to pull more than two seconds clear of Lewis Hamilton.<br>This allowed Hamilton to pit early and get the undercut on Verstappen, laying the foundations for the Mercedes driver to win the race by 0.7 seconds following a late battle.<br>Red Bull ...

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Hamilton beat Verstappen to victory in F1's 2021 opener despite the Red Bull driver's pace advantage, by hanging on after Mercedes' aggressive strategy calls got the world champion ahead and Verstappen went too wide at the Bahrain track's controversial Turn 4 right-hander as the pair went wheel-to-wheel in the closing stages.<br>Verstappen swept around Hamilton's outside as the pair approached the ...

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The Brazilian driver, who won titles in 1981, 1983 and 1987, said it is “very difficult to make a direct comparison between two drivers if they are not on the same team” but believes the Dutch driver would come out on top in a side-by-side challenge.<br>Piquet also questioned the ability of Hamilton’s teammate Valtteri Bottas, saying: “It’s not that Hamilton isn’t good. But he has an ...

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The Dutchman had headed into the Bahrain race as favourite for the victory, but ended up losing out to rival Lewis Hamilton after the world champion's Mercedes team went aggressive with its strategy.<br>But Red Bull's ability to respond to what Mercedes was doing was hampered by it not having the same number of tyre sets available.<br>While both Mercedes drivers had two sets of new hard tyres ...

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With four laps to go in F1 2021's season opener, Verstappen went off track in Turn 4 in an attempt to snatch the victory away from leader Lewis Hamilton, forcing him to hand the position back to Mercedes' world champion.<br>Verstappen questioned Red Bull's call to give the position back, claiming he would have preferred to risk a potential five-second penalty and try to gap Hamilton on the final ...

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Verstappen had closed in on Hamilton during his 17-lap third and final stint – during which he enjoyed an 11-lap tyre-life advantage over his rival – in what was a thrilling conclusion to F1's 2021 season opener after leading the early stages from pole and falling behind thanks to Mercedes' aggressive strategy calls.<br>The Red Bull driver attacked Hamilton around the outside of the ...

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Mercedes ran a different strategy with Hamilton that gained him the lead after he undercut Red Bull’s Max Verstappen in the first round of stops. But Red Bull didn’t react, running a medium-medium-hard tyre strategy to Hamilton’s medium-hard-hard that looked to swing back in its favour in the second half of the race. Verstappen had to pass Hamilton on track in his final stint, the race ...

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After reeling in leader Hamilton on fresher tyres during an absorbing duel, Verstappen used the DRS with four laps to go to attack the Briton into Turn 4.<br>Verstappen managed to pass Hamilton around the outside but went off the track at the exit, an area which the FIA stewards started policing halfway through the race.<br>Verstappen quickly let Hamilton past again on the following straight but ...

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Mercedes and Red Bull deployed differing tyre strategies, with Verstappen's offset rubber life advantage in the final stint meaning he was chasing Hamilton after leading the early stages from pole.<br>With four laps to go, Verstappen attacked Hamilton around the outside of Turn 4, which was been heavily policed for track limits by the FIA, and as the Dutchman went too wide off the kerb he was ...

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Verstappen, who went on to claim the first pole position of the 2021 season ahead of Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton, went hard over the kerbs on the exit of the Turn 2 left-hander on his first run of qualifying.<br>The Dutchman radioed his Red Bull team to ask for his rear floor to be checked, with TV images capturing several carbon strakes bouncing behind the car as he accelerated out of Turn 3 ...

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Verstappen will start ahead of the Mercedes of Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas after the one-hour qualifying session, which is split into three segments with five cars each being knocked out in Q1 and Q2 before the top-10 shootout of Q3.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Bahrain GP: Verstappen storms to pole ahead of Hamilton<br><br><br>Bahrain Grand Prix qualifying results: Verstappen on pole from ...

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Verstappen, who was fastest in all three practice sessions at the Sakhir track, and Hamilton duelled for the top spot through Q3, with the latter twice taking provisional pole before being usurped.<br>Hamilton's first Q3 run of 1m29.549s ended up 0.023s behind Verstappen's 1m29.526s.<br>On the second runs, Hamilton improved to a 1m29.383s, but crucially did not improve his personal best time in ...

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Track temperatures at the start of the final one-hour practice session of the weekend were nearly hitting 50 degrees, which meant the teams opted to spend the first 10 minutes in the pits – with only Yuki Tsunoda completing an installation lap when the track went live.<br>Valtteri Bottas ended the tedium after 10 minutes, eventually going straight out on the soft tyres for his first run.<br>But ...

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