Max Verstappen is looking to bounce back from a disappointing fifth-place finish at last weekend’s Singapore Grand Prix that ended his record streak of 10-straight wins.
Carlos Sainz took pole position for Ferrari on Saturday for the Singapore Grand Prix, but championship leader Max Verstappen will start from the back half of the grid
Zhou Guanyu, China’s only Formula One driver, said on Thursday that he has extended his contract with Alfa Romeo into the 2024 season.
Sainz trails Verstappen by 237 points in the drivers’ championship and is yet to claim a podium finish this season.
Max Verstappen’s 11th success from the 13 races staged this season extended his lead to 138 points in the championship over teammate Sergio Perez.
Max Verstappen has a perfect record since his home event returned to the F1 calendar in 2021, starting from the front of the grid and winning both races.
Max Verstappen dealt with a Zandvoort circuit hit by heavy rain forcing his thousands of fans to don their plastic ponchos.
Max Verstappen is on a quest to draw level with Sebastian Vettel’s record of nine straight wins and he was fastest by almost three hundredths of a second.
This weekend’s Dutch Grand Prix marks the return of Formula One action, and Max Verstappen has claimed that Red Bull and himself are both totally committed to “doing the same thing” in order to maintain their winning streaks.
Max Verstappen’s latest demonstration of dominance extended Red Bull’s record this year to 15 wins from 15 races — 12 grands prix and the three sprints.