Famously known as, Super Max and the defense minister of F1 create a record in F1 history with Red Bull Racing. Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez completed 15 wins in a row and were unbeaten for 301 days.
Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez record-winning run
1st win at the 2022 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (Verstappen)
2nd win at the 2023 Bahrain Grand Prix (Verstappen)
3rd win at the 2023 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix (Perez)
4th win at the 2023 Australian Grand Prix (Verstappen)
5th win at the 2023 Azerbaijan Grand Prix (Perez)
6th win at the 2023 Miami Grand Prix (Verstappen)
7th win at the 2023 Monaco Grand Prix (Verstappen)
8th win in the 2023 Barcelona Grand Prix (Verstappen)
9th win at the 2023 Montreal Grand Prix (Verstappen)
10th win at the 2023 Spielberg Grand Prix (Verstappen)
11th win at the 2023 Silverstone Grand Prix (Verstappen)
12th win at the 2023 Budapest Grand Prix (Verstappen)
13th win at the 2023 Sap-Francorchamps Grand Prix (Verstappen)
14th win at the 2023 Zandvoort Grand Prix (Verstappen)
15th win at the 2023 Monza Grand Prix (Verstappen)
While all of this happened, Max Verstappen also created history by winning 10 Grand Prix in a row. He broke Sebastian Vettel’s record of nine consecutive wins in a row.
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Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez unbeaten streak
It all began last year, on November 21, 2022, when Max Verstappen won the final race of the season at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. The season ended, but not their habit of winning.
It was a fresh start for the 2023 season at the Bahrain Grand Prix, and Max Verstappen won the first race. Fans started talking about the Bahrain curse, which has led to many drivers losing the upcoming races. But all the curses went wrong for the Red Bull drivers, as they won all 13 Grand Prix. Yes, Sergio Perez and Max Verstappen won all 14 Grand Prix consecutively until Carlos Sainz won the Singapore Grand Prix and broke their streak.
Not only did both Red Bull drivers win the race, but they also dominated and won by a big margin of more than 20 seconds per race. Formula 1 and their fans will always remember their legendary run.
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