The Dutch racer, Super Max Max Max, becomes the first racer in Formula 1 history to win 10 consecutive races. Since Max Verstappen joined Formula 1, he has been breaking every record. From most podium finishes in a season to most wins in a season. He is just 25 years old and is close to winning three consecutive Formula 1 championships.
Max Verstappen’s 10th Consecutive win record
1st win at the Miami Grand Prix
2nd win at the Monaco Grand Prix
3rd win in the Barcelona Grand Prix
4th win at the Montreal Grand Prix
5th win at the Spielberg Grand Prix
6th win at the Silverstone Grand Prix
7th win at the Budapest Grand Prix
8th win at the Sap-Francorchamps Grand Prix
9th win at the Zandvoort Grand Prix
10th win at the Monza Grand Prix.
It all started at the Miami Grand Prix when he won the race, and it was his 3rd victory of the 2023 season. Fans were expecting a championship battle between him and Checo, as he had won two of the five races. Well, then fans didn’t know what was going to happen, and today he becomes the first racer in Formula 1 history to win 10 consecutive grand prix.
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Max Verstappen’s and Red Bull Dominance
The 2023 Formula 1 season has witnessed absolute dominance by the Red Bull Racing Team, and both of their drivers are leading the championship. Verstappen has won 12 out of the 14 races so far this season, and his partner Sergio Perez has won the remaining two races. There is no competition for the Formula 1 champion, and he is writing his name in the books of history.
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With eight more grand prix left in the 2023 F1 season, the world is not ready for what Verstappen is going to do. One of the interesting facts about his dominance is that he is not only leading the driver’s championship but also the constructor’s championship. I guess the FIA should hand over both trophies to Max Verstappen and let him watch who comes in second in both championships.
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