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personalia

Dutch
4 March 1972 (50)
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.


source: Wikipedia

seasons

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

finishing positions

grid positions

wins

# event F1 constructor

pole positions

# event F1 constructor

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

Over the Budapest race weekend, a video emerged on social media showing a fan at the track wearing what appeared to be an orange Verstappen shirt burning a black Mercedes cap.
It came just weeks after a similar incident was filmed in a fan area at the Austrian Grand Prix, where abusive fan behaviour led to F1 taking action by increasing security and launching a new campaign called ...

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Verstappen scored his eighth victory of the season in Hungary last weekend to extend his advantage over Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc in the drivers’ championship to 80 points.
It came despite an engine issue in qualifying that forced Verstappen to start the race from 10th place on the grid, and a spin during the race that cost him a couple of positions.
But Verstappen warned that even with ...

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Having started from 10th place on the grid after an engine problem left him without power in qualifying, even Red Bull’s best strategy simulations estimated that the world champion would only be able to make it as far forward as fifth.
But in the end, a perfect storm of circumstances – some due to team and driver strengths, and some due to external factors outside their ...

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Verstappen charged from 10th place on the grid to win at the Hungaroring on Sunday, extending his lead at the top of the drivers’ championship to 80 points heading into the summer break.
Verstappen was aided by a superior strategy that saw him avoid using the hard compound tyre after struggling for grip during the reconnaissance laps to the grid, prompting a change in plan for the race.
By ...

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Mercedes’ George Russell led from pole but came under attack from Charles Leclerc from one-third distance. Leclerc grabbed the lead with a fantastic outbraking move around the outside of Turn 1.
But Leclerc’s chances of victory were dealt a fatal blow when Ferrari opted for him to run the slower hard tyres, despite evidence of the Alpines struggling badly on them.
On the flipside, title ...

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After an engine problem prevented Verstappen from setting a fast lap in qualifying, the Dutchman was set for a tough recovery race in Budapest.
But 2022's generation of cars showed they can even race on the twisty Hungaroring, and after a strong start, Verstappen continued to climb up the order to get ahead of the four Ferrari and Mercedes cars.
Just after he passed Charles Leclerc for the ...

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The defending champion overcame his qualifying power loss and a spin thanks to expert tyre management to complete his accession from 10th to victory to extend his points lead.
Lewis Hamilton headed a Mercedes 2-3 over maiden polesitter George Russell, who had led for 30 laps, as front-row starter Carlos Sainz slid to fifth over Red Bull's recovering Sergio Perez.
Meanwhile, early leader ...

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An engine issue in Q3 prevented Verstappen from setting a fast lap time, resigning him to the fifth row for the start of Sunday’s race at the Hungaroring.
But chief title rival Charles Leclerc was not able to take full advantage, finishing only third in qualifying as George Russell scored a shock maiden pole position for Mercedes.
Asked if it was a nice surprise to see Russell on pole ...

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Both Verstappen and Perez had disappointing qualifying sessions at the Hungaroring as Mercedes' George Russell took his maiden pole position.
Perez failed to make it out of Q2 after blaming being held up by Haas driver Kevin Magnussen on his final run for not making it through. He therefore starts from 11th.
Verstappen did make it through to Q3 but found his chances of fighting for pole ...

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Verstappen's Red Bull teammate, Sergio Perez, had his first laptime set in Q2 deleted for an alleged track limits breach exiting Turn 5, only for the lap to be reinstated after the FIA had another look and realised he did not cross the white line.
New FIA race directors Niels Wittich and Eduardo Freitas have taken a more hardline approach to track limits this season, saying the white line is ...

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Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc topped FP1 and FP2 respectively at the Hungarian Grand Prix, with Leclerc leading the latter session ahead of McLaren's Lando Norris and Sainz.
World championship leader Verstappen placed fourth just under three tenths behind Leclerc and fears his Red Bull team won't be able to keep up if it stays dry in Budapest.
Fortunately for Verstappen, heavy rain is ...

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On Friday afternoon most protagonists swiftly joined the action early on, including world champion Verstappen, who normally has a tendency of joining the fray later than most.
Verstappen clocked a 1m21.235s after five minutes of the one-hour session on a toasty Hungaroring, ahead of Ferrari's Sainz and McLaren's Daniel Ricciardo.
Times took a fresh tumble in subsequent runs when the second ...

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Mercedes arrived at Paul Ricard hoping to take a step forward to compete with Red Bull and Ferrari at the front of the pack, only to finish eight tenths of a second off pole position on Saturday.
But Hamilton made a good start to rise from fourth to third before then taking second place when Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc crashed out while leading, sparking a safety car period.
It left Hamilton ...

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Verstappen scored his seventh win of the 2022 season in Sunday's French Grand Prix after Leclerc crashed out while leading towards the end of the first stint.
Leclerc qualified on pole for Ferrari and had led by just over one second from Verstappen before Red Bull brought the Dutchman into the pits at the end of lap 16.
Ferrari kept Leclerc out before he crashed on lap 18 following a ...

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Verstappen cruised to victory after Leclerc crashed out at the double-apexed Le Beausset corner, and he finished over 10-seconds clear of the Mercedes of Lewis Hamilton – starting his 300th grand prix – and George Russell.
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At the start, Leclerc easily lead away from pole ahead of Verstappen, who initially looked like he would have to defend against Hamilton into Turn 1 as the Mercedes driver had launched straight past Sergio Perez up ahead and starting third.
Verstappen hit the brakes latest of the top three and ran to Leclerc's outside, but the Ferrari was under no real pressure on the racing line.
The top 10 ...

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Verstappen topped FP3 but wound up qualifying behind his title rival, who was boosted by Ferrari deploying tow tactics considering Carlos Sainz's upcoming engine-change penalty.
Red Bull has been running a lower-drag wing arrangement at Paul Ricard, which resulted in Verstappen and teammate Sergio Perez heading every top speed measuring point in qualifying as it is allied to the team's rebadged ...

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Sergio Perez completed the top three in the second Red Bull as Sainz's running on used tyres meant he qualifying ninth but will drop to the back of the grid thanks to Ferrari fitting a fresh engine for this event after his Austria DNF.
Leclerc led after the first runs in Q3, but only by 0.008s over Verstappen as the two Ferraris ran line astern to try and negate Red Bull's top speed advantage ...

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Sergio Perez got the final hour of practice at a toasty Le Castellet underway. Red Bull's Mexican driver was also the first man to get a tentative time on the board with a 1m33.628s on medium Pirelli tyres.
Perez' teammate Verstappen also came out uncharacteristically early after admitting Red Bull had run some experiments in FP2, taking to the track after only a handful of minutes to try a ...

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Leclerc surged to the top of the times in the final third of the hour-long FP1 to eclipse his chief championship rival by a slender 0.09s as Carlos Sainz completed the top three.
George Russell, meanwhile, ran to fourth in the Mercedes W13 - which this weekend debuts a revised nose cooling duct - as track temperatures crept towards 60 degrees Celsius.
His seven-time champion teammate Lewis ...

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The Belgian Grand Prix at Spa is facing the axe from the F1 calendar and is one of a number of traditional events under threat as series owners Liberty Media look to expand into new territories.
In recent years, F1 has added more street venues to its calendar in Jeddah, Baku and Miami, while in 2024 a street contest in Las Vegas will join the fray alongside mainstays Monaco and ...

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Verstappen enters this weekend's French Grand Prix at Paul Ricard leading the F1 drivers' championship by 38 points from Ferrari's Charles Leclerc, and has six race wins to his name.
But the Dutchman has seen his points advantage reduce in the past two races as Ferrari scored back-to-back wins at Silverstone and the Red Bull Ring.
Although the competitive advantage has swung back and forth ...

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As F1's owner Liberty Media is seeking to expand the calendar with new races outside Europe, Spa's Belgian Grand Prix is one of the traditional European races under severe threat.
The Belgian GP organisers are making a last-ditch effort to save the historic race and seal a new contract with FOM, after the track invested in upgraded facilities and committed to improve its entertainment offering ...

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Discontent has been growing among the drivers for some time now over the apparent lack of consistency in stewarding over matters such as on-track battles and track limits.
This was prevalent in last weekend’s Austrian Grand Prix, where there were 43 incidents of track limits violations by the stewards, while George Russell felt his five-second penalty for his first-lap collision at Turn 4 ...

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After grabbing pole position in qualifying, and then taking a relatively straightforward win in the sprint race, the world champion had looked all set to run away with the main event at the Red Bull Ring.
But his challenge turned south when he suffered much worse tyre degradation than rival Ferrari at the start of the race – losing the lead to Charles Leclerc on lap 12 and pitting for an ...

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