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30 September 1997 (24)
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statistics

20 (14.2%)
60 (42.6%)
13 (9.2%)
1 (14.3%)
1st
7
141
140
1557.5 (11 points per race avg)
8162
1603 (19.6%)
16 (11.3%)
28 (19.9%)
2015 Australian Grand Prix
2021 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.


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seasons

2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021,

finishing positions

grid positions

wins

# event F1 constructor
1 2016 Spanish Grand Prix round 5 Red Bull
2 2017 Malaysian Grand Prix round 15 Red Bull
3 2017 Mexican Grand Prix round 18 Red Bull
4 2018 Austrian Grand Prix round 9 Red Bull
5 2018 Mexican Grand Prix round 19 Red Bull
6 2019 Austrian Grand Prix round 9 Red Bull
7 2019 German Grand Prix round 11 Red Bull
8 2019 Brazilian Grand Prix round 20 Red Bull
9 2020 70th Anniversary Grand Prix round 5 Red Bull
10 2020 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix round 17 Red Bull
11 2021 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix round 2 Red Bull
12 2021 Monaco Grand Prix round 5 Red Bull
13 2021 French Grand Prix round 7 Red Bull
14 2021 Styrian Grand Prix round 8 Red Bull
15 2021 Austrian Grand Prix round 9 Red Bull
16 2021 Belgian Grand Prix round 12 Red Bull
17 2021 Dutch Grand Prix round 13 Red Bull
18 2021 United States Grand Prix round 17 Red Bull
19 2021 Mexico City Grand Prix round 18 Red Bull
20 2021 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix round 22 Red Bull

pole positions

# event F1 constructor
1 2019 Hungarian Grand Prix round 12 Red Bull
2 2019 Brazilian Grand Prix round 20 Red Bull
3 2020 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix round 17 Red Bull
4 2021 Bahrain Grand Prix round 1 Red Bull
5 2021 French Grand Prix round 7 Red Bull
6 2021 Styrian Grand Prix round 8 Red Bull
7 2021 Austrian Grand Prix round 9 Red Bull
8 2021 British Grand Prix round 10 Red Bull
9 2021 Belgian Grand Prix round 12 Red Bull
10 2021 Dutch Grand Prix round 13 Red Bull
11 2021 Italian Grand Prix round 14 Red Bull
12 2021 United States Grand Prix round 17 Red Bull
13 2021 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix round 22 Red Bull

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
2019 Pierre Gasly
Alexander Albon
Red Bull compare 2019
2020 Alexander Albon
Red Bull compare 2020
2021 Sergio Pérez
Red Bull compare 2021

news

The Red Bull driver had been cool, seemingly bulletproof throughout the season. He brushed off the low moments and never appeared overly obsessed with viewing the world championship as some monumental life achievement.
"It's not really going to change my life," he had said back in October. To him, it was always simple: he and Red Bull do their best, and if that wasn't enough to win the title ...

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Five drivers' and four constructors' titles headline a CV that includes 75 world championship grand prix wins, enough for sixth on the all-time list behind Ferrari, McLaren, Mercedes, Williams and Lotus.
It also has a major junior driver programme, which has launched the careers of many successful drivers, including Sebastian Vettel and Max Verstappen.
For this list of top 10 F1 drivers ...

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Having switched from his long-time home at Racing Point, Perez struggled for much of the 2021 season to get fully up to speed with the RB16B.
A win in Baku in June was a major boost, and he logged four third places on his way to securing fourth in the points table.
However, new world champion Verstappen outscored him by 395.5 points to 190.
In the Abu Dhabi finale Perez was able to play a ...

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Honda returned to the sport in 2015 as an engine manufacturer with McLaren but suffered a disastrous start with underperforming and unreliable engines, which had to be designed to fit McLaren tight packaging.
The partnership proved to be a major embarrassment for the proud Japanese company, with soundbites such as Fernando Alonso's "GP2 engine" comment doing little to improve relations.
A ...

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The manner in which F1 race director Michael Masi handled the late race safety car at the Yas Marina circuit last weekend has triggered a backlash for grand prix racing, and tarnished the image of both the sport and the FIA.
While motor racing's governing body is clear that lessons can be learned from what happened, with a commission being set up to probe the events, Red Bull reckons that the ...

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The two drivers have dominated the rankings over recent years, finishing as the top two every year since 2016. But this is the first time that Verstappen has emerged ahead.
In what has become a long-standing tradition created by Autosport, each of the F1 team bosses were asked to pick their top 10 drivers of the year. The individual results are kept secret – so the team principals can answer ...

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Hamilton was left upset by the way that a late race safety car restart call in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix cost him the world championship title on the final lap in Abu Dhabi last weekend.
His Mercedes team has said that the Briton has been left "disillusioned" by the way things were handled, and it has suggested there is no guarantee that the seven-time champion will return to F1 in 2022.
A ...

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The Dutchman picked up his maiden F1 championship trophy at the FIA's prize-giving gala in Paris on Thursday night, which came just days after his last-lap victory in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Verstappen's current contract runs until the end of 2023, and he has said several times since his success at the weekend that he wants to stay at his current squad for the next ten to 15 years.
While ...

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At the annual FIA Prize Gala event, Verstappen will be presented with the famous trophy that marks the culmination of a brilliant campaign for the Dutchman to secure his maiden title.
But while he and his Red Bull team are set for a night to remember, F1 is still reeling from the scandal that has engulfed the sport over the way the final safety car restart at the Yas Marina circuit was ...

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Verstappen clinched the F1 world title in dramatic fashion on Sunday in Abu Dhabi, passing Mercedes rival Hamilton on the final lap of the race in a controversial restart after a safety car period.
It brought an end to a season-long fight between Verstappen and Hamilton which had seen them regularly exchange the lead of the championship, as well as going wheel-to-wheel on-track on a number of ...

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The Dutchman clinched his maiden F1 drivers’ crown at the Yas Marina circuit on Sunday, after a final lap safety car restart allowed him to overtake rival Lewis Hamilton for the win.
But the way in which the FIA handled the restart, which appeared to be in contravention of its own regulations, prompted a post-race protest from Mercedes that was not settled until many hours after the ...

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F1 remains under the spotlight for the way in which race director Michael Masi opted to overrule the sporting regulations to allow a safety car restart for the final lap at the Yas Marina circuit.
That decision gave Verstappen all the opportunity he needed to overtake Hamilton, who was on worn tyres, to take the win that secured the title.
Masi's decision to select a certain number of ...

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Verstappen benefited from a late safety car restart to overtake Hamilton for a victory that secured him the crown in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on Sunday.
And although the race ended in controversy, as Mercedes protested the result over its belief the FIA did not follow its own rule book in the timing of the safety car restart, Red Bull thinks the events should not overshadow the ...

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Hamilton had looked on course to grab the win that he needed for an eighth title, before a late safety car was brought out following a crash for Williams driver Nicholas Latifi.
A decision by F1 race director Michael Masi to restart the race with one lap to go gave Verstappen, who had pitted for soft tyres, the opportunity he needed to surge to the front and clinch the crown.
While delighted ...

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The Red Bull driver was crowned F1 world champion for the first time on Sunday after a last-lap overtake on title rival Lewis Hamilton to win the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
It means Verstappen now has the opportunity to race with #1 on his car next season, which is reserved for the reigning world champion under the permanent number system that was introduced in 2014.
Verstappen has always raced ...

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Verstappen was crowned champion after a dramatic finish to the season at the Yas Marina Circuit that saw him clinch the title with a last-lap pass on rival Lewis Hamilton.
A late safety car period bunched the field and gave Verstappen the chance to attack Hamilton late on after sitting over 10 seconds behind with six laps remaining.
The result saw Verstappen become the first Dutch F1 world ...

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Mercedes lodged two protests with the FIA following the controversial end to the race at the Yas Marina Circuit, including one over the restart of the race with one lap remaining.
Max Verstappen overtook Lewis Hamilton on the last lap to win the race and the championship after race director Michael Masi brought in the safety car with one lap to go.
It means that Verstappen is formally the ...

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Mercedes lodged two protests against the race result in the wake of Lewis Hamilton's title defeat to Verstappen in Abu Dhabi over the restart procedure by race director Michael Masi.
Mercedes cited articles of the sporting regulations saying that no driver can overtake another car on track behind the safety car, and that all lapped cars must pass the safety car before the race resumes on the ...

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Verstappen clinched his first F1 world title in a dramatic end to the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, passing championship rival Lewis Hamilton on the final lap to win the race.
The safety car had been deployed following a crash for Nicholas Latifi, but race director Michael Masi called for the race to resume with one lap remaining.



This came after he initially said that lapped cars would ...

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For the first time in over three decades, both title contenders headed to the final race on equal points after what has been a thoroughly unforgettable and controversial 2021 season.
The title showdown at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix certainly lived up to expectations and offered a blueprint of the entire season packed into one race.
Hamilton passed polesitter Verstappen at the start, but the ...

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Hamilton took the lead at the start, after pole-winner Verstappen made a poor getaway, but Max lunged to the inside of Lewis at Turn 6 on the opening lap. Hamilton took the run-off in avoidance and retained his lead despite missing the second element of the chicane.
Hamilton took control of the race, although Verstappen’s teammate Sergio Perez played his wingman role to perfection by holding ...

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Verstappen took the opportunity to pit under the safety car, brought out for Nicholas Latifi's crash with five laps remaining, to bolt on the soft tyre.
But although he was set to have to pick through traffic at the end as race control initially decided not to move the lapped traffic between him and title rival Lewis Hamilton aside, a late call meant that the lapped runners of Lando Norris ...

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The two rivals came together on the opening lap, but it was the decision to allow a final lap shootout that gave Verstappen the chance to put a decisive pass on Hamilton, who had led most of the race but was unable to stop during a virtual safety car and the full safety car that followed Nicholas Latifi crashing during the closing laps.
At the start, Hamilton made a much better start to ...

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Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton have not only locked out the front row of the grid at the Yas Marina Circuit, but they are on different strategies as well.
Verstappen's decision to get through Q2 on soft tyres, after flat-spotting a set of mediums, means that he will be starting from the front on the more aggressive compound.
Behind him, Hamilton and his Mercedes team have opted for the ...

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Verstappen pulled off a brilliant effort in his first run in Q3 to deliver a lap that was half a second clear of everyone else – although it was slightly helped by a tow from teammate Sergio Perez.
But despite Hamilton improving on his second run to close the gap, with his first lap having been hurt by a lock up at Turn 5, Verstappen had pole in the bag.
Hamilton said he could not ...

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