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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

Red Bull opted to fit Verstappen's car with an all-new power unit ahead of second practice for the Russian Grand Prix on Friday, triggering a penalty that will see him start from the back of the grid.<br>Verstappen was always set to take a grid drop at one of the remaining races this year, having lost one of his older engines in the crash with Lewis Hamilton at Silverstone.<br>Sochi is a track ...

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Verstappen changed all his Honda power unit elements between FP1 and FP2 at Sochi, and the Dutchman will thus start Sunday's race from the back of the grid.<br>All teams are under pressure to switch their drivers to a fourth power unit as it becomes increasingly clear that it will be difficult to make the end of the season without a change, now that the full calendar has been confirmed.<br>Pushing ...

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Verstappen will start the Sochi race from the back of the grid alongside Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc after Red Bull elected to take a fresh Honda power unit.<br>With the Dutchman wary about the possibilities to make up a lot of ground in the grand prix, Hamilton and Mercedes know they have a chance to score some valuable points against their rival in the title battle.<br>And while Hamilton says ...

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Red Bull was braced for a grid penalty at some point in the second half of the season after losing one of Verstappen’s three engines for the season as a result of crash damage at Silverstone when he collided with Lewis Hamilton.<br>Verstappen entered the Sochi race weekend facing a three-place grid penalty as punishment for being predominantly to blame for the collision with Hamilton at Monza ...

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Red Bull driver Verstappen is currently in his first F1 title battle, leading seven-time F1 world champion Lewis Hamilton by five points at the top of the drivers’ standings with eight races remaining this year.<br>Verstappen and Hamilton have collided twice this year while battling for position. Following a high-speed incident at Silverstone in July, both drivers retired at Monza two weeks ago ...

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With the pair coming off the back of another controversial collision at the Italian Grand Prix, Hamilton suggests that an element of the way their rivalry has developed is the vast differences in the experience they have.<br>While Hamilton has won seven titles, and been involved in three more title contests, Verstappen's push this year is the first proper shot at a championship he has had.<br>And ...

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Speaking ahead of this weekend's Russian Grand Prix, two weeks on from the second controversial crash of the season between the pair last time out at Monza, Hamilton said: "I remember what it was like when I had my first [title fight] and it definitely mounted up".<br>The Mercedes driver also said when considering Verstappen's position as a first-time F1 world title contender, his attitude is to ...

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Hamilton was one of those who expressed his surprise after their incident at Monza that Verstappen left the scene without ensuring that the Mercedes driver was uninjured.<br>That response came a few weeks after Verstappen had hit out at Hamilton for celebrating his victory in the British Grand Prix while the Dutchman was in hospital undergoing medical checks following their opening lap ...

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Hamilton and Verstappen will resume their fight in Russia this weekend fresh from their latest collision at the Italian Grand Prix a fortnight ago.<br>With the Monza clash coming quite soon after the pair tangled at the British Grand Prix in July, there is no indication of there being any let up in their fight for glory.<br>Berger, who won races for Benetton, Ferrari and McLaren in a lengthy ...

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The championship contenders made contact at Monza's first chicane as Red Bull driver Verstappen attempted to overtake Mercedes rival Hamilton, who had just emerged from the pits.<br>The crash, their second after their British GP incident, put them both out of the race on the spot.<br>Although opinion was divided on who was to blame, FIA stewards deemed Verstappen was predominantly at fault and ...

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The incident at the first chicane put both men out of the race, and it came just three races after contact between the pair at Silverstone led to a heavy crash for Verstappen.<br>By coincidence, Hill himself had collisions with then rival Michael Schumacher at both the British and Italian GPs when they were fighting for the championship in 1995.<br>He says the rivalry between the current title ...

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Hamilton escaped with just a sore neck after being involved in a collision with his F1 title rival as they battled for position at the first chicane at the midway point of the Monza race last weekend.<br>Still photos that emerged after the race showed Verstappen's wheel striking Hamilton's helmet, but the new footage published by F1 offers a close-up insight in to what happened ...

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Hamilton and Verstappen collided halfway through Sunday's race, with Verstappen running out of room to pass Hamilton into the first chicane and running over the sausage kerbs.<br>That impact launched the Red Bull driver into the air as he landed on top of Hamilton, his rear wheel hitting the Mercedes driver's helmet.<br>While Hamilton praised the halo device for saving him from serious injury ...

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Polesitter Verstappen lost his lead at the start of the Italian Grand Prix to eventual winner Daniel Ricciardo and trailed the McLaren during the first stint.<br>After responding to Ricciardo's pitstop, Verstappen endured a painfully slow 11-second pitstop, which dropped him behind the second McLaren of Lando Norris.<br>It also put the Dutchman on Hamilton's trail when the Briton made his pitstop ...

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The Australian helped take McLaren's first triumph since 2012 with a surprise win at Monza as he helped lead home teammate Lando Norris.<br>Key to his success was getting past pole position man Max Verstappen on the run down to the first chicane, and then holding his advantage in the early stages.<br>And while he was concerned about losing his lead during the critical pitstop phase, especially as ...

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Norris followed Ricciardo home in a sensational 1-2 win for McLaren, its first victory since 2012.<br>After the race, Norris said being part of that historic feat for the Woking team was "incredible" but also admitted he was thinking about how he could snatch the win himself.<br>But Norris said the high-profile clash between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen halfway through the race, which forced ...

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Verstappen was handed a three-place grid penalty for the next race in Russia after the stewards deemed he was predominantly to blame for the accident with Lewis Hamilton at Monza.<br>Red Bull's senior chiefs Christian Horner and Helmut Marko both insisted in the aftermath of the clash that it was nothing more than a racing incident.<br>But for Mercedes, well aware of how much Red Bull backs its ...

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Verstappen was handed a three-place grid drop for the next race in Russia after the FIA deemed that he was predominantly to blame for the clash with Hamilton at Monza.<br>The two world title protagonists had been battling wheel-to-wheel through the first chicane at the Italian track when Verstappen, trying to hold his line around the outside, was launched in the air over a kerb and went over the ...

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The world champion came together with Verstappen on lap 26 of the race, as they ran side-by-side in their battle for position at Monza's first chicane.<br>Verstappen had been trying to go around the outside of Hamilton, when he bounced over a kerb and was launched in to the air and over the top of his Mercedes rival.<br>Hamilton was struck on the head by Verstappen's right rear wheel, and has been ...

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The Dutchman and Hamilton collided at the first chicane on lap 26 of the Italian Grand Prix, just after a sequence of pitstops.<br>Hamilton had emerged ahead of Verstappen and held the inside line in to the first chicane, with his rival trying to go around the outside and claim the apex for the second part of the sequence.<br>But Verstappen ran wide and bounced over a kerb, which launched him up ...

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Hamilton and Verstappen collided while battling for position at the first chicane midway through the Italian Grand Prix, forcing both drivers to retire from the race.<br>The accident saw Verstappen's Red Bull car end up on top of Hamilton's Mercedes, with the slow-motion replays showing one of Verstappen's wheels making contact with the top of Hamilton's helmet. The majority of the impact was ...

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Verstappen and Hamilton retired from the race after colliding when battling for position on lap 26.<br>Hamilton exited the pits and took the inside line into Turn 1 to defend the position from Verstappen, who ran over the kerbs and collided with Hamilton's car.<br>Verstappen claimed afterwards that Hamilton had squeezed him and left no space, while Hamilton said that Verstappen knew what was going ...

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The Dutchman and title rival Hamilton were battling for position on track at Monza following the first round of pitstops as they ran wheel-to-wheel after the pitlane exit.<br>Hamilton defended the inside into the first chicane, with Verstappen attempting to go around the outside and claim the apex for the left handed exit.<br>However, he ended up bouncing over the kerbs and was launched over ...

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Hamilton and Verstappen collided while battling for position at the first chicane midway through the race at Monza, forcing them both to retire.<br>Hamilton exited the pits and tried to defend his position from Verstappen, taking the inside line into the first corner.<br>This left Verstappen looking to get the inside line for Turn 2, only for him to run over the kerbs at the corner and continue ...

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The world title protagonists had been locked in a tight fight with McLaren duo Daniel Ricciardo and Lando Norris for the top four positions at Monza during the early phase of the race.<br>Following the first round of stops, with Ricciardo leading, Hamilton emerged from the pits in a net third just ahead of Verstappen as they went down to the first chicane on lap 26.<br>As Hamilton moved to squeeze ...

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