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personalia

Dutch
4 March 1972 (48)
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

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Prior to the upcoming Russian GP in Sochi, team boss Christian Horner intends to discuss with his driver what Honda and the Milton Keynes team are doing to rectify the recent technical issues that have cost him momentum in the championship battle.<br>At Monza, Verstappen had to park his car after Honda spotted an issue in the data, and then the following weekend at Mugello the Dutchman dropped ...

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The Dutchman had briefly got ahead of pole position man Lewis Hamilton at the Mugello start from third on the grid, before his engine suddenly lost power.<br>That dropped him back into the pack by the time they had exited Turn 1, and on the entry to Turn 2 he was involved in an incident involving Kimi Raikkonen, Pierre Gasly and Romain Grosjean.<br>Speaking on the team radio as his race ended in ...

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Italian GP winner Pierre Gasly suffered a shock elimination in Q1, which meant he scored his worst qualifying result of the 2020 season so far.<br>Pole was ultimately settled by the first runs in Q3 as Esteban Ocon's off on his sole run late in the final segment brought out the yellow flags.<br>Therefore Hamilton's 1m15.144s – a new Mugello F1 track record – stood as the quickest time, even ...

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Bottas set the initial place at an unusually early point in FP3, as he quickly headed out onto to further explore the Mugello track on the soft tyres.<br>His 1m17.437s came in well before 10 minutes had been completed, which was followed by a lengthy lull in action.<br>After 10 more minutes had passed, the pack emerged, with Hamilton finally appearing for the first time – immediately on the ...

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Mugello has only previously staged F1 test events, but the Italian circuit was a welcome addition for drivers to the 2020 calendar as part of the changes forced by the COVID-19 pandemic.<br>Friday offered the 2020 grid their initial chance to sample the circuit through first practice, with Bottas leading Mercedes to the head of the timesheets.<br>After sitting fourth following the opening runs on ...

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Verstappen also revealed that he recently paid a visit to Mugello and spent a day at the wheel of a GT car in order to learn the Italian track.<br>Along with Istanbul, it is one of two new for 2020 venues that the Dutchman hasn't previously driven at.<br>After the blip at low-downforce Monza, Verstappen believes that the team will be back on its usual form this weekend, as the closest challenge to ...

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Sainz qualified third at Monza, behind the Mercedes pairing of Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas, and he has the Racing Point of Sergio Perez, the Red Bull of Max Verstappen immediately behind, with his teammate Lando Norris and Renault’s Daniel Ricciardo next up.<br>The McLarens have usually made good starts this year, and Sainz suggested that he could mix it with the Mercedes drivers at the ...

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Verstappen currently splits the Mercedes drivers at the top of the F1 drivers’ standings, trailing Lewis Hamilton by 47 points, with Bottas a further three points behind.<br>Verstappen has regularly moved to downplay his chances of winning the championship in 2020 given Mercedes’ dominant form, with the German manufacturer having won six of the opening seven races of the year.<br>The Dutchman ...

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Italy marks the first weekend where the FIA’s new technical directive banning drivers for changing engine modes during qualifying and the race takes effect, forcing them to use the same setting throughout sessions.<br>Red Bull endured a difficult qualifying session at Monza as Verstappen could only finish fifth, nine-tenths of a second down on polesitter Lewis Hamilton, while teammate Alexander ...

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With F1 coming off the back of a boring Belgian Grand Prix that was not helped by it turning into a conversative one-stopper, a lot of the focus about the lack of excitement has been on tyres.<br>But Verstappen says that the impact of the huge levels of downforce being produced by the current generation of cars must not be ignored.<br>“The cars are super-fast nowadays, and you can't follow ...

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After losing more ground on Lewis Hamilton in the title battle last weekend at Spa, Bottas was able to enjoy the upper-hand on his Mercedes teammate throughout first practice at Monza.<br>Bottas recorded the fastest time during their initial runs on the medium compound tyre, sitting 0.019 seconds clear of Hamilton before the session was suspended due to a crash for Verstappen.<br>Verstappen lost ...

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After retiring in the opening race in Austria, Verstappen has been on the podium at every subsequent race, but he was only able to beat the Mercedes drivers at the second Silverstone event, when Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas had tyre issues.<br>At Spa, last weekend his frustration was obvious as he had to manage his own tyres, unable to do anything about the two Mercedes cars ...

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Verstappen spent every single lap of the race running third as he struggled to take the fight to the Mercedes pair of Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas ahead.<br>Verstappen made an earlier than planned switch to the hard compound tyre following an early safety car, forcing him to then manage his pace for the remainder of the race to pull off a one-stop strategy.<br>The option Red Bull had to ...

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Shortly after completing his lap, Verstappen was told on the team radio that he had missed out on beating Valtteri Bottas by just 0.015 seconds.<br>In response, Verstappen expressed his frustration and then said: "I ran out of energy a bit too early."<br>But while aware that having more energy at the end of the lap could have made a difference, the Red Bull driver thinks that the way the battery ...

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Verstappen finished just eight-hundredths of a second behind Mercedes' Valtteri Bottas in opening practice before setting the fastest time in the afternoon session.<br>Verstappen was able to pip Renault's Daniel Ricciardo to top spot by 0.048 seconds, with Lewis Hamilton finishing 0.096 seconds off the pace in third for Mercedes.<br>But the Red Bull driver did not think his run to top spot was a ...

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After rain had fallen during the Formula 3 qualifying session shortly before F1's second practice got underway at Spa, the 90 minutes took place in dry conditions.<br>The damp track early in the session meant it was a while before any running took place, but by the end of the session Verstappen led the way, with neither Mercedes troubling the top of the times in the first and third sectors ...

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After seeing Max Verstappen set the initial pace on Friday morning at the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps on the medium tyre, Bottas jumped to the top of the standings after switching to the soft compound Pirellis.<br>Bottas recorded a fastest time of 1m44.493s to claim P1 in first practice and narrowly beat Hamilton, who set his lap just moments after his teammate but fell 0.069 seconds ...

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Red Bull has struggled to match Mercedes for outright pace through the opening six races of the 2020 season, especially over one lap in qualifying.<br>But Verstappen has been able to get closer to Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas in the races, finishing in the top two at each of the last four rounds, including a victory in the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix.<br>Reflecting on the opening six races ...

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Although the Thai driver's average qualifying position of P9 is five places further back than teammate Max Verstappen, and in races it is P7 v P2, Marko says Red Bull's analysis offers a better insight into his form.<br>Marko cites the fact that at Silverstone, Albon was the quickest man on track at some points of both races – which shows the potential to do well is there if he can lift his ...

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The Dutchman hasn't been beaten by a teammate in the Formula 1 standings since he was paired with Daniel Ricciardo in 2017, and even then Verstappen outqualified the Australian 13-7.<br>That qualifying balance blew out to 15-5 in Verstappen's favour the following season, while Pierre Gasly and Alex Albon were only able to outqualify Verstappen once each during the 2019 season.<br>In the six races ...

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Because of the coronavirus pandemic the first half of the 2020 Formula 1 schedule either had to be cancelled or postponed. The season finally started in early July with a triple-header in Austria and Hungary.<br>After a weekend off, the teams embarked on another stretch of three consecutive races at Silverstone and Barcelona, with one more triple-header to come in order to get as many races in as ...

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Mercedes driver Hamilton extended his lead at the top of the drivers’ championship to 37 points with a dominant victory in Sunday’s Spanish Grand Prix.<br>But Verstappen was able to pick up his fifth consecutive podium finish after splitting the Mercedes drivers, crossing the line second ahead of Valtteri Bottas.<br>Verstappen was left satisfied with the result, saying after the race there was ...

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Verstappen was able to record his fifth consecutive podium finish after taking second place at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, splitting the Mercedes drivers of Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas.<br>Verstappen managed to pass Bottas on the run to the first corner on the opening lap, but struggled to keep up with Hamilton towards the end of his stint on the soft compound tyres.<br>As the gap ...

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Despite hopes that Red Bull would be able to threaten Mercedes after showing strong pace on the medium tyre long runs in practice at Barcelona, Hamilton was able to run faster at critical phases of the race to stay well clear of Verstappen.<br>At the start, Hamilton leapt off the line to easily hold the lead into Turn 1, while Bottas looked to have made an adequate getaway before he was quickly ...

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Under parc ferme conditions, Verstappen has swapped back to a previously used V6, turbo, MGU-H and MGU-K.<br>No penalties are associated with the changes.<br>An Red Bull spokesperson told Motorsport.com: "After spotting an anomaly on the data from Max's PU we decided it would be best to change it to a previously used PU for the race and were granted permission to do so by the FIA."<br>The Red Bull ...

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