compare


multiple possible
to


Max Verstappen

Max Verstappen

personalia

Dutch
30 September 1997 (21)
Cecil Green (30 September 1919)
Roberto Bonomi (30 September 1919)
Gary Hocking (30 September 1937)
Reine Wisell (30 September 1941)
Jochen Mass (30 September 1946)
Eric van de Poele (30 September 1961)

statistics

5 (6.2%)
22 (27.2%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
1st
2nd
4
81
80
670 (8.3 points per race avg)
4147
344 (8.3%)
4 (4.9%)
18 (22.2%)
2015 Australian Grand Prix
2018 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

about Max Verstappen

Max Emilian Verstappen (Dutch pronunciation: [m?ks e??mili?n v?r?st?p?n]; born 30 September 1997) is a Belgian-Dutch racing driver who competes under the Dutch flag in Formula One with Red Bull Racing. Aged 17 years, 166 days, he became the youngest driver to compete in Formula 1 at the 2015 Australian Grand Prix for Scuderia Toro Rosso. He is also the youngest driver to lead a lap during a Formula One Grand Prix, youngest driver to set the fastest lap during a Formula One Grand Prix, youngest driver to score points, youngest driver to secure a podium and youngest Formula One Grand Prix winner in history.

After spending the entire 2015 season with Scuderia Toro Rosso, he started his 2016 campaign with the Italian team, before being promoted by Red Bull Racing as a replacement for Daniil Kvyat, who took over his seat at Toro Rosso. He won the 2016 Spanish Grand Prix in his debut race for Red Bull Racing at the age of 18, becoming the youngest-ever winner of a Grand Prix and the first racing under the Dutch flag. He is the son of former Formula One driver Jos Verstappen.


source: Wikipedia

seasons

2015, 2016, 2017, 2018,

finishing positions

grid positions

teams & teammates

season teammate
2015 Carlos Sainz
Toro Rosso compare 2015
2016 Carlos Sainz
Daniil Kvyat
Daniel Ricciardo
Toro Rosso compare 2016
2017 Daniel Ricciardo
Red Bull compare 2017
2018 Daniel Ricciardo
Red Bull compare 2018

news

Red Bull F1 driver Max Verstappen spent the first day of his public service punishment "observing stewards" at the second round of the Formula E championship, the Marrakesh ePrix, the FIA have confirmed. <br><br>A combative Brazilian Grand Prix involved race-leader Verstappen and the backmarker Force India of Esteban Ocon colliding mid-race, which resulted in a heated exchange of words between the ...

read on

Verstappen and Ricciardo were broadly equal in their time together at Red Bull from early 2016 to the end of last year, although Verstappen enjoyed a more impressive 2018 campaign overall. <br>He matched Ricciardo, who has moved to Renault for 2019, with two races wins but scored a further nine podiums and Marko believes Verstappen established himself as a "clearly" better driver.<br>“There is ...

read on

The Dutch driver spent Saturday observing the stewarding process at the event at the Circuit Moulay El Hassan, which was won by Mahindra Racing driver Jerome D’Ambrosio.<br>Verstappen was in Morocco at the request of the FIA to serve the first of two days of public service he was given after shoving former Force India racer Esteban Ocon in parc ferme at the 2018 Brazilian Grand Prix.<br>Speaking ...

read on

Verstappen was handed two days of "public service at the discretion of the FIA" for the altercation with Ocon, which followed their collision during the Interlagos race.<br>The governing body has made the decision for Verstappen to visit the second race of the FE season as part of the educational philosophy it has regarding such incidents.<br>Motorsport.com understands that attending the FE race ...

read on

When footage emerged of Max Verstappen approaching Esteban Ocon after the Brazil race and giving him several pushes during a heated conversation, much of the social media reaction was somewhere along the lines of “you hate to see that” and “this is embarrassing for F1”.<br>Except, well, it isn't and you clearly don't – 'you' in this case being the general public, considering the rate at ...

read on

Abysmal reliability meant Ricciardo slipped to a distant sixth in the championship, 79 points behind Verstappen, after winning two of the first six races.<br>Verstappen outqualified Ricciardo 11 times in a row after the Aussie's Monaco triumph to comfortably win the intra-team battle 15-3 and end the year with an average qualifying advantage of 0.131s.<br>Ricciardo told Motorsport.com: “I am ...

read on

Ricciardo and Verstappen had almost three full seasons together at Red Bull following the young Dutchman’s promotion to the senior team after four races in 2016.<br>Though the duo had some intense on-track moments together, like battling for what turned out to be victory in the 2016 Malaysian Grand Prix and crashing spectacularly in Azerbaijan this year, they got on very well ...

read on

The Red Bull driver grew increasingly frustrated with Renault over the course of 2018 and was particularly vocal once his team committed to splitting with the French operation at the end of the season. Verstappen regularly hit out at Renault over the team radio and in the media, while simultaneously talking up Red Bull’s 2019 engine partner Honda. "It was never my intention to put them ...

read on

The Red Bull driver grew increasingly frustrated with Renault over the course of 2018 and was particularly vocal once his team committed to splitting with the French operation at the end of the season. Verstappen regularly hit out at Renault over the team radio and in the media, while simultaneously talking up Red Bull’s 2019 engine partner Honda. "It was never my intention to put them ...

read on

In what has become an end-of-season tradition, Autosport asked F1's team bosses to rank their top 10 drivers, based on on-track performances, over the course of the year. Votes are kept secret to ensure team bosses are willing to take part and can give their honest opinion of drivers up and down the grid. Points are awarded using F1's scoring system (25-18-15-12-10-8-6-4-2-1) to help ...

read on

Verstappen bounced back from an error-strewn first six races of the season, which included clashes with both Hamilton and Vettel, to secure a career-best fourth in the championship. The 21-year-old outscored everyone except 2018 champion Hamilton across the nine races after the summer break, to end the year with two wins and 11 podiums in total. Hamilton and Vettel both vouched for ...

read on

The Red Bull driver was given the punishment for his post-race altercation with Esteban Ocon at the Brazilian Grand Prix, where he confronted and shoved the Force India driver for their collision that cost him victory at Interlagos. When jokingly asked by UK F1 broadcaster Sky Sports on Sunday night if he'd accept an offer to look after 1996 world champion Damon Hill's rubbish bins, Verstappen ...

read on

The Red Bull driver, whose team switches from Renault to Honda power for next year, was behind his 2019 teammate Gasly's Toro Rosso as it started to smoke late in the race. Verstappen had already used all his visor tear-offs by that stage, and could do nothing to improve his visibility. "It was a bit of oil, I don't know what happened there," Verstappen told Sky Sports after the race. "I ...

read on

Verstappen and his team disagreed on the temperature of his hypersoft Pirellis in the last moments of Q3, with Verstappen complaining that they were too hot and Red Bull saying they were in the window. The result was Verstappen failing to get ahead of teammate Daniel Ricciardo and having to settle for sixth on the grid. "We will look into why they were a bit warmer because I didn't ...

read on

Verstappen enjoyed a comfortable advantage over teammate Daniel Ricciardo to top the FP1 times by almost half a second. The Dutchman burst clear in the second half of the session on a 1m38.491s that left him 0.454s clear of Ricciardo, while Mercedes' Valtteri Bottas was the only other driver to lap within a second of Verstappen. Red Bull's one-two was earned as the team completed two sets of ...

read on

Verstappen will have to carry out two days of 'community service' for the FIA as a punishment for his altercation Ocon in the weighing area at Interlagos after the Force India driver sent Verstappen's race-leading Red Bull into a spin while trying to unlap himself. Asked ahead of this weekend's Abu Dhabi GP if he now regretted his actions, Verstappen replied: "No, not really, because I was ...

read on

Wolff said that the Dutchman’s clashes with Esteban Ocon on and off the track in Interlagos indicated that he still has some learning to do. The Mercedes chief has long been a fan of Verstappen, having tried to sign him before he made a commitment to Red Bull. “You can see that there is a future champion coming together,” said Wolff when asked how big a threat Verstappen will be next ...

read on

Verstappen has been ordered to complete two days of "public service at the discretion of the FIA" after shoving Ocon following the race in reaction to their collision that cost Verstappen Interlagos victory. Both drivers were summoned to the stewards, who decided that Verstappen was guilty of making "deliberate physical contact" and did not punish Ocon even though he retaliated. FIA race ...

read on

Verstappen was given two days of ‘public service’ with the FIA as punishment for his actions, which came after the duo had collided in the race when he was leading and Ocon was attempting to unlap himself at Turn 2. Speaking on the Peptalk show on Dutch TV channel Ziggo Sport on Monday evening, Verstappen said it was Ocon’s flippant response that led to his furious reaction of ...

read on

Verstappen was ordered to carry out two days of “public service” with the FIA as punishment for the incident, where he shoved Ocon as they disputed their collision that cost the Red Bull driver the victory at Interlagos. In his regular post-race media debrief, Brawn said Verstappen’s behaviour could not be justified.  “Max vented his anger in parc ferme, making physical contact with ...

read on

Red Bull driver Verstappen lost what looked like a certain victory in the Brazilian Grand Prix after crashing with Esteban Ocon while leading. While Hill believes that Ocon was primarily at fault in the controversial collision with Verstappen, he says that a more experienced driver would have left enough margin than the Red Bull driver did, and not become involved in contact. "There was ...

read on

Verstappen was taken out of the lead of the race after Ocon, recently out of the pits on fresh supersoft tyres, attacked him around the outside into Turn 1 and then tried to pass him on the inside of Turn 2. Ocon was handed a 10-second stop-go penalty for causing a collision, but was backed after the race by his team, Mercedes boss Toto Wolff and Lewis Hamilton, who inherited the win as ...

read on

Ocon received a 10-second stop-and-go penalty after the clash at the Senna S with Verstappen while he was trying to unlap himself from the race leader. Villeneuve also cited past incidents involving the Force India driver, and suggested that he lacks racecraft. “Ocon is an embarrassment,” he told Motorsport.com. “That was ridiculous. And the worst bit is everyone has seen what ...

read on

HAMILTON WINS AS VERSTAPPEN IS SPUN OUT Race winner Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes-AMG F1 W09 EQ Power+ celebrates in Parc Ferme Photo by: Mark Sutton / Sutton Images Lewis Hamilton’s infamous record of never having won a race after clinching a world championship came to an end in Brazil when he took a hard fought – and perhaps fortuitous – victory. The Mercedes driver had ...

read on

Link to or share this page

share or save

Max Verstappen

Social media


Copy link

just click on the link and then copy it so you can use it on another website.