Max Verstappen info & statistics

Max Verstappen, Age, F1 Stats, GP Wins, Bio & Wiki info
NameMax Verstappen
CountryNetherlands Netherlands
Place of BirthHasselt (Belgium)
Date of BirthSep 30th 1997 - 24 years old
Season Entries8
First Race2015 Australian F1 GP
Last Race2022 Miami F1 GP
First Pole2019 Hungarian F1 GP
Last Pole2022 Emilia Romagna F1 GP
First Win2016 Spanish F1 GP
Last Win2022 Miami F1 GP
First Podium2016 Spanish F1 GP
Last Podium2022 Miami F1 GP
Max Verstappen races car number 1 for Red Bull Racing

Max Verstappen F1 Stats

Drivers' Titles1
Race Starts146
Race Wins23 (15,8%)
Pole Positions14 (9,6%)
Fastest Laps18 (12,3%)
Podiums63 (43,2%)
Points Finishes112 (76,7%)
Retirements31 (21,2%)
Hat-tricks4
Wins from pole10
Front Row Starts33
Total Points1.643
Total Laps7.595

Verstappen Merchandise »
Red Bull Racing Merchandise »

Biography

 

Max Verstappen Biography


Max Verstappen

Max Verstappen

Red Bull stunned the world of sport when they announced that they had signed 17-year-old Max Verstappen to their Toro Rosso team for 2015.

But what a decision is has proven to be so far. Verstappen was fearless, brave and natural as he made quite a statement in his first season.

His daring overtakes are already the stuff of legend, and it is already a question of when, not, he will be a world champion.

The Dutchman is said to be a once-in-a-lifetime driver, but it is still highly ambitious and a massive risk to thrust him into the sport’s limelight at such a tender age.

To put it into context, Verstappen is ten years younger than Sebastian Vettel, and he was only two when Jenson Button made his debut.

Max Verstappen

Max Verstappen

Button raced against Max’s father, Jos, who carried the Dutch flag admirably for years. However, his son enjoys a greater reputation already.

Verstappen is, obviously,  the sport’s youngest ever driver but it has benefited him that his team-mate is 21-year-old Carlos Sainz, another youngster.

Verstappen and Sainz will fight it out to show Red Bull which of them is their next world champion, and the Dutchman will be under immediate pressure to succeed, such is the reputation that has been created around him.

However, his display in 2014's Formula 3 championship caught the eye of all the major teams. 10 wins, 16 podiums and seven poles saw him finish third in the championship, and so began a race to sign him.

Red Bull won. Ferrari and Mercedes were interested and will rue missing out. This season and probably every other season he races, Verstappen will be scrutinised more than most.

Red Bull says he’s as good as Ayrton Senna, and after being hired at such a young age. After one season, he looks every bit as skilled as the Brazil legend.

Max Verstappen wins his first F1 GP for Red Bull at Catalunya circuit at the 2016 Spanish GP

Max Verstappen wins his first race for Red Bull at Catalunya circuit the 2016 Spanish GP

In 2016 Max moved just before the Spanish GP from Toro Rosso to Red Bull after Daniil Kvyat crashed for the 2nd time that season. His first race for Red Bull turned out into a fairytale. Both Mercedes drivers collided into each other after 3 corners and Max who qualified 4th on the grid could race to the lead.

The final stages of the race he was under severe pressure by Ferrari driver Kimi Raikkonen. Raikkonen's last win was back in 2013 and didn't score a win since his comeback to Ferrar. The  Dutchman showed his outstanding racing skills and was able to stay in front of the faster Ferrari to win his first-ever Grand Prix at the age of 18!

The whole season Verstappen was growing by the minute and made the races a lot more entertaining. Sometimes he was the only driver who passed other drivers and made the show on his own. The very wet and rainy race in Brazil was his best race that season. He made up the teams bad tyres choice by passing 13 cars in the last 13 laps of the race to finish on the podium. He drove completely other racing lines than the other drivers and engraved his name in F1.

Max Verstappen, Valtteri Bottas & Kimi Raikkonen winners Mexico GP F1/2017

Max Verstappen, Valtteri Bottas & Kimi Raikkonen winners Mexico GP F1/2017

In 2017 expectations were high after Verstappens outstanding performance in the last races of 2016. But compared to the Ferrari SF70H and Mercedes W08 the RB13 wasn't quick enough right from the start of the season.

The team did develop their car remarkably well during the season and at the end of the season they even had a quicker car than Ferrari. Verstappen did won 2 races and a total of 4 podiums in 2017, but bad reliability and collisions with Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen limited his performance to a 6th place in the 2017 drivers championship just behind his team mate Daniel Ricciardo.

The Dutch driver did sign a new contract in 2017 to stay for another 2 season at Red Bull Racing, while other top teams also would like to have the hugely talented driver. The 2018 RB14 looked to be a lot quicker and reliable right from the start. They have as always the best chassis Their big Achilles heel is the Renault power unit, that didn't have the party mode, power and reliability of the Mercedes power unit.

In 2018, Verstappen started the year with difficulties, both from the car and with some mistakes from himself. However, after his FP3 crash at Monaco, which did not allow him to participate in qualifying, Verstappen improved a lot and finished the year strongly with two victories —at Austria and Mexico— and a total of 11 podiums. Also, the win slipped out of his hands in Brazil after Esteban Ocon, a backmarker, tried to overtake him and collided with his Red Bull, which forced him to lose the race at the hands of Lewis Hamilton.

The current season has been Verstappen's best in Formula 1. He started the campaign with a podium at Australia, which was Honda's —Red Bull's new engine supplier— first since the 2008 British Grand Prix. He continued to have strong outings and achieved another podium in Spain.

Marko: Leclerc best driver after Verstappen

Race winner Max Verstappen celebrates on the podium as second-placed Charles Leclerc looks dejected in Austria (2019)

In Austria, he gave Honda their first victory since the 2006 Hungarian Grand Prix with a stunning display of overtaking in the closing laps and a battle with Charles Leclerc for the win. He gave another show at Silverstone in the following race, but his day did not have the deserved result after Vettel crashed into his car when battling for a podium spot.

Verstappen won at Germany in a tricky race where mistakes were the easier thing to do, but he kept his calm even after a spin and took his seventh Grand Prix win. At Hungary, Max took the first Pole Position of his career and had a strong performance on Sunday. However, Hamilton overtook him after a good strategy for Mercedes paid off with four laps to go.

In 2019, Verstappen has scored 181 points, which is his best tally for any first half of a campaign. Also, he has five podiums and has finished every race inside the top five, a streak that extends to the 2018 Belgian Grand Prix —21 races—.

On the 1st of September of 2019, his streak failed to continue due to a racing incident with Kimi Raikkonen in the first lap of the 2019 Belgian Grand Prix, he went on to finish eighth at Monza, where he suffered grid penalties for exceeding PU elements.

During the 2019 Singapore Grand Prix, at a circuit that was good for the RB15 characteristics, he started fourth and finished third. In the 2019 Mexican Grand Prix, Verstappen did the two fastest laps of Q3 but ignored a yellow flag at the end of his second run and suffered a three-place grid penalty. At the start of the race, he fought with Lewis Hamilton for third place but both went into the grass and lost places. Then, Verstappen overtook Valtteri Bottas but picked up a puncture after a slight touch and had to pit. After the incidents, he finished sixth in the race.

After three races out of the podium positions, he finished third in the 2019 US Grand Prix at Austin. A couple of weeks later, Verstappen took the second Pole Position of his career at the 2019 Brazilian Grand Prix and won the race with a great performance. Verstappen fought with Lewis Hamilton for the lead and had to overtake the British champion twice in the race to take his eighth F1 victory.

With second in the 2019 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, Verstappen rounded his best year in Formula 1 by sealing third place in the WDC with his career-high of 278 points.

Max Verstappen of the Netherlands driving the (33) Aston Martin Red Bull Racing RB16 on track during practice ahead of the F1 Grand Prix of Abu Dhabi at Yas Marina Circuit on December 11, 2020

On the 7th of January of 2020, Red Bull announced a three-year contract extension which would keep Verstappen with the team until the end of the 2023 season. The news came in as a pressure-release on the team and the driver, as the 2021 market was expected to produce a big shake-up in Formula 1.

Verstappen was solid in the 2020 F1 season, constantly scoring podiums in usually the second-best car of the grid behind the Mercedes. He won the 2020 70t Anniversary Grand Prix at Silverstone, where tyres were the main issue and the Red Bull was the best car on that aspect. Max Verstappen managed his car well and won the race in front of Lewis Hamilton. It was his ninth F1 victory.

For the rest of the season, Verstappen ran into some bad luck, but he managed to fight for P2 in the World Championship with Valtteri Bottas until the late stages of the year. Still, he finished third in the standings behind the two Mercedes and added his 10th F1 victory to his resume with a dominant drive at the 2020 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix from Pole Position.

2021 F1 World Champion

The 2021 Formula 1 World Championship saw a year-long battle between Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton and Red Bull's Max Verstappen. The Dutchman won the title in the final race at Abu Dhabi after a late overtake on Hamilton after a late Safety Car period.

Red Bull team would also feel 'robbed' according Albers

ABU DHABI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - DECEMBER 12: The race winners trophy is pictured in front of a pitboard for 2021 F1 World Drivers Champion Max Verstappen of Netherlands and Red Bull Racing during the F1 Grand Prix of Abu Dhabi at Yas Marina Circuit on December 12, 2021 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. (Photo by Mark Thompson/Getty Images) // Getty Images / Red Bull Content Pool // SI202112120384 // Usage for editorial use only //

In 2021 the Red Bull RB16B was at last competitive, and even better than the Mercedes and Verstappen was able to win seven of GP's in the first part of the season. He even was leading the championship for a while. Lewis Hamilton of course was his main rival. Both talented drivers had a lot of great fights on the track and even collided several times.

The first real collision was at Copse corner when Verstappen started from pole at the British GP and had to defend to not lose the lead to Hamilton. In Copse Hamilton made a mistake and turned in too late and hit Verstappen on the rear-left wheel. Verstappen crashed hard into the barrier and had to go to the hospital to have some checks.

The second coming together that ended the race of both drivers was in Italy, when both drivers had a slow pitstop and Max Verstappen ended up with the Red Bull on top of the Mercedes of Hamilton. The Dutchman received a three-place grid penalty the next race in Russia.

Ultimately, Verstappen won the title in the 2021 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix after a late Safety Car in the final race of the year. It was a controversial ending to the season due to the mishandling of the Safety Car by the race director, but the FIA upheld the decision and the Dutchman was crowned as the World Champion.

Sprint Race Results 2022 Emilia Romagna F1 Grand Prix

IMOLA, ITALY - APRIL 22: (Photo by Dan Mullan/Getty Images) // Getty Images / Red Bull Content Pool // SI202204220566 // Usage for editorial use only //

He won 10 races in the 2021 campaign, recorded 10 Pole Positions and reached 18 podiums (a single-season record).

Title contender in 2022

Max Verstappen won two of the first four races in the 2022 Formula 1 World Championship season. The first one was the 21st of his racing career in F1, at the 2022 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.

Then, he won the 2022 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix in a wet/dry race for the second consecutive campaign. In the other two races to start the year, Verstappen retired from second place due to mechanical issues, losing valuable points for his championship quest.

Official website: https://www.verstappen.com

Helmets

 

Max Verstappen Helmets


Cars

 

Max Verstappen F1 Cars


Seasons

 

Max Verstappen Final Championship Results

20152016201720182019202020212022
12th5th6th4th3th3th1th2th

 

Max Verstappen F1 Seasons Summary

YearTeamEngineGP1st2nd3rdPodPoleLapsFLAvg PtsPoints
2022 Austria Red Bull Honda530031262217.0085
2021 Austria Red Bull Honda22108018101212617.98395.5
2020 Austria Red Bull Honda17263111795312.59214
2019 Austria Red Bull Honda21324921180313.24278
2018 Austria Red Bull Renault212451101127211.86249
2017 Austria Red Bull Renault202114081818.40168
2016 Austria Red Bull
Italy Toro Rosso
Renault
Ferrari
2114270117619.71204
2015 Italy Toro Rosso Renault1900000102502.5849

Races

 

Max Verstappen F1 GP Race Classifications

1th23 Times
2th25 Times
3th15 Times
4th14 Times
5th12 Times
6th5 Times
7th2 Times
8th6 Times
9th5 Times
10th3 Times
11th2 Times
12th1 Time
15th2 Times
16th1 Time
17th1 Time
DNF29 Times

 

Max Verstappen F1 GP Race Results

YearRaceNoTeamEngineGridPosRetiredPts
14620222022 Miami F1 GP1Red BullHonda3126
14520222022 Emilia Romagna F1 GP1Red BullHonda1134
14420222022 Australian F1 GP1Red BullHonda2DNFFuel leak0
14320222022 Saudi Arabian F1 GP1Red BullHonda4125
14220222022 Bahrain F1 GP1Red BullHonda2DNFFuel pump0
14120212021 Abu Dhabi F1 GP33Red BullHonda1126
14020212021 Saudi Arabian F1 GP33Red BullHonda3218
13920212021 Qatar F1 GP33Red BullHonda7219
13820212021 Brazilian F1 GP33Red BullHonda2220
13720212021 Mexico F1 GP33Red BullHonda3125
13620212021 USA F1 GP33Red BullHonda1125
13520212021 Turkish F1 GP33Red BullHonda2218
13420212021 Russian F1 GP33Red BullHonda20218
13320212021 Italian F1 GP33Red BullHonda1DNFCollision2
13220212021 Dutch F1 GP33Red BullHonda1125
13120212021 Belgian F1 GP33Red BullHonda1112.5
13020212021 Hungarian F1 GP33Red BullHonda392
12920212021 British F1 GP33Red BullHonda1DNFCollision3
12820212021 Austrian F1 GP33Red BullHonda1126
12720212021 Styrian F1 GP33Red BullHonda1125
12620212021 French F1 GP33Red BullHonda1126
12520212021 Azerbaijan F1 GP33Red BullHonda3DNFPuncture0
12420212021 Monaco F1 GP33Red BullHonda2125
12320212021 Spanish F1 GP33Red BullHonda2219
12220212021 Portuguese F1 GP33Red BullHonda3218
12120212021 E. Romagna F1 GP33Red BullHonda3125
12020212021 Bahrain F1 GP33Red BullHonda1218
11920202020 Abu Dhabi F1 GP33Red BullHonda1125
11820202020 Sakhir F1 GP33Red BullHonda3DNFAvoiding action0
11720202020 Bahrain F1 GP33Red BullHonda3219
11620202020 Turkish F1 GP33Red BullHonda268
11520202020 E. Romagna F1 GP33Red BullHonda3DNFTyre blow0
11420202020 Portuguese F1 GP33Red BullHonda3315
11320202020 Eifel F1 GP33Red BullHonda3219
11220202020 Russian F1 GP33Red BullHonda2218
11120202020 Tuscan F1 GP33Red BullHonda3DNFHit from behind0
11020202020 Italian F1 GP33Red BullHonda5DNFTechnical0
10920202020 Belgian F1 GP33Red BullHonda3315
10820202020 Spanish F1 GP33Red BullHonda3218
107202070th Anniversary F1 GP33Red BullHonda4125
10620202020 British F1 GP33Red BullHonda3219
10520202020 Hungarian F1 GP33Red BullHonda7218
10420202020 Styrian F1 GP33Red BullHonda2315
10320202020 Austrian F1 GP33Red BullHonda2DNFElectrics0
10220192019 Abu Dhabi F1 GP33Red BullHonda2218
10120192019 Brazilian F1 GP33Red BullHonda1125
10020192019 USA F1 GP33Red BullHonda3315
9920192019 Mexican F1 GP33Red BullHonda468
9820192019 Japanese F1 GP33Red BullHonda5DNFCollision damage0
9720192019 Russian F1 GP33Red BullHonda9412
9620192019 Singapore F1 GP33Red BullHonda4315
9520192019 Italian F1 GP33Red BullHonda1984
9420192019 Belgian F1 GP33Red BullHonda5DNFCollision damage0
9320192019 Hungarian F1 GP33Red BullHonda1219
9220192019 German F1 GP33Red BullHonda2126
9120192019 British F1 GP33Red BullHonda4510
9020192019 Austrian F1 GP33Red BullHonda2126
8920192019 French F1 GP33Red BullHonda4412
8820192019 Canadian F1 GP33Red BullHonda9510
8720192019 Monaco F1 GP33Red BullHonda3412
8620192019 Spanish F1 GP33Red BullHonda4315
8520192019 Azerbaijan F1 GP33Red BullHonda4412
8420192019 Chinese F1 GP33Red BullHonda5412
8320192019 Bahrain F1 GP33Red BullHonda5412
8220192019 Australian F1 GP33Red BullHonda4315
8120182018 Abu Dhabi F1 GP33Red BullRenault6315
8020182018 Brazilian F1 GP33Red BullRenault5218
7920182018 Mexican F1 GP33Red BullRenault2125
7820182018 USA F1 GP33Red BullRenault18218
7720182018 Japanese F1 GP33Red BullRenault3315
7620182018 Russian F1 GP33Red BullRenault19510
7520182018 Singapore F1 GP33Red BullRenault2218
7420182018 Italian F1 GP33Red BullRenault5510
7320182018 Belgian F1 GP33Red BullRenault7315
7220182018 Hungarian F1 GP33Red BullRenault7DNFPower unit0
7120182018 German F1 GP33Red BullRenault4412
7020182018 British F1 GP33Red BullRenault515Brakes0
6920182018 Austrian F1 GP33Red BullRenault4125
6820182018 French F1 GP33Red BullRenault4218
6720182018 Canadian F1 GP33Red BullRenault3315
6620182018 Monaco F1 GP33Red BullRenault2092
6520182018 Spanish F1 GP33Red BullRenault5315
6420182018 Azerbijan F1 GP33Red BullRenault5DNFCollision0
6320182018 Chinese F1 GP33Red BullRenault5510
6220182018 Bahrain F1 GP33Red BullRenault15DNFDifferential0
6120182018 Australian F1 GP33Red BullRenault468
6020172017 Abu Dhabi F1 GP33Red BullRenault6510
5920172017 Brazilian F1 GP33Red BullRenault4510
5820172017 Mexican F1 GP33Red BullRenault2125
5720172017 USA F1 GP33Red BullRenault16412
5620172017 Japanese F1 GP33Red BullRenault4218
5520172017 Singapore F1 GP33Red BullRenault2DNFCollision0
5420172017 Malaysian F1 GP33Red BullRenault2125
5320172017 Italian F1 GP33Red BullRenault13101
5220172017 Belgian F1 GP33Red BullRenault5DNFPower unit0
5120172017 Hungarian F1 GP33Red BullRenault5510
5020172017 British F1 GP33Red BullRenault4412
4920172017 Austrian F1 GP33Red BullRenault5DNFCollision damage0
4820172017 Azerbaijan F1 GP33Red BullRenault19DNFOil leak0
4720172017 Canadian F1 GP33Red BullRenault5DNFPower Unit0
4620172017 Monaco F1 GP33Red BullRenault4510
4520172017 Spanish F1 GP33Red BullRenault5DNFCollision0
4420172017 Russian F1 GP33Red BullRenault7510
4320172017 Bahrain F1 GP33Red BullRenault6DNFBrakes0
4220172017 Chinese F1 GP33Red BullRenault16315
4120172017 Australian F1 GP33Red BullRenault5510
4020162016 Abu Dhabi F1 GP33Red BullRenault6412
3920162016 Brazilian F1 GP33Red BullRenault4315
3820162016 Mexican F1 GP33Red BullRenault3412
3720162016 USA F1 GP33Red BullRenault21DNFPower Unit0
3620162016 Japanese F1 GP33Red BullRenault3218
3520162016 Malaysian F1 GP33Red BullRenault3218
3420162016 Singapore F1 GP33Red BullRenault468
3320162016 Italian F1 GP33Red BullRenault776
3220162016 Belgian F1 GP33Red BullRenault2110
3120162016 German F1 GP33Red BullRenault4315
3020162016 Hungarian F1 GP33Red BullRenault4510
2920162016 British F1 GP33Red BullRenault3218
2820162016 Austrian F1 GP33Red BullRenault8218
2720162016 Azerbaijan F1 GP33Red BullRenault984
2620162016 Canadian F1 GP33Red BullRenault5412
2520162016 Monaco F1 GP33Red BullRenault21DNFCrashed0
2420162016 Spanish F1 GP33Red BullRenault4125
2320162016 Russian F1 GP33Toro RossoFerrari9DNFEngine0
2220162016 Chinese F1 GP33Toro RossoFerrari984
2120162016 Bahrain F1 GP33Toro RossoFerrari1068
2020162016 Australian F1 GP33Toro RossoFerrari4101
1920152015 Abu Dhabi F1 GP33Toro RossoRenault11160
1820152015 Brazilian F1 GP33Toro RossoRenault992
1720152015 Mexican F1 GP33Toro RossoRenault892
1620152015 USA F1 GP33Toro RossoRenault8412
1520152015 Russian F1 GP33Toro RossoRenault9101
1420152015 Japanese F1 GP33Toro RossoRenault1592
1320152015 Singapore F1 GP33Toro RossoRenault884
1220152015 Italian F1 GP33Toro RossoRenault20120
1120152015 Belgian F1 GP33Toro RossoRenault1884
1020152015 Hungarian F1 GP33Toro RossoRenault9412
920152015 British F1 GP33Toro RossoRenault13DNFSpun off0
820152015 Austrian F1 GP33Toro RossoRenault784
720152015 Canadian F1 GP33Toro RossoRenault19150
620152015 Monaco F1 GP33Toro RossoRenault9DNFCrash0
520152015 Spanish F1 GP33Toro RossoRenault11110
420152015 Bahrain F1 GP33Toro RossoRenault15DNFElectrical0
320152015 Chinese F1 GP33Toro RossoRenault1317Engine0
220152015 Malaysian F1 GP33Toro RossoRenault676
120152015 Australian F1 GP33Toro RossoRenault12DNFPower unit0

Podiums

 

Max Verstappen F1 Podium Finishes

YearRaceNoTeamEngineGridPosRetiredPts
6320222022 Miami F1 GP1Red BullHonda3126
6220222022 Emilia Romagna F1 GP1Red BullHonda1134
6120222022 Saudi Arabian F1 GP1Red BullHonda4125
6020212021 Abu Dhabi F1 GP33Red BullHonda1126
5920212021 Saudi Arabian F1 GP33Red BullHonda3218
5820212021 Qatar F1 GP33Red BullHonda7219
5720212021 Brazilian F1 GP33Red BullHonda2220
5620212021 Mexico F1 GP33Red BullHonda3125
5520212021 USA F1 GP33Red BullHonda1125
5420212021 Turkish F1 GP33Red BullHonda2218
5320212021 Russian F1 GP33Red BullHonda20218
5220212021 Dutch F1 GP33Red BullHonda1125
5120212021 Belgian F1 GP33Red BullHonda1112.5
5020212021 Austrian F1 GP33Red BullHonda1126
4920212021 Styrian F1 GP33Red BullHonda1125
4820212021 French F1 GP33Red BullHonda1126
4720212021 Monaco F1 GP33Red BullHonda2125
4620212021 Spanish F1 GP33Red BullHonda2219
4520212021 Portuguese F1 GP33Red BullHonda3218
4420212021 E. Romagna F1 GP33Red BullHonda3125
4320212021 Bahrain F1 GP33Red BullHonda1218
4220202020 Abu Dhabi F1 GP33Red BullHonda1125
4120202020 Bahrain F1 GP33Red BullHonda3219
4020202020 Portuguese F1 GP33Red BullHonda3315
3920202020 Eifel F1 GP33Red BullHonda3219
3820202020 Russian F1 GP33Red BullHonda2218
3720202020 Belgian F1 GP33Red BullHonda3315
3620202020 Spanish F1 GP33Red BullHonda3218
35202070th Anniversary F1 GP33Red BullHonda4125
3420202020 British F1 GP33Red BullHonda3219
3320202020 Hungarian F1 GP33Red BullHonda7218
3220202020 Styrian F1 GP33Red BullHonda2315
3120192019 Abu Dhabi F1 GP33Red BullHonda2218
3020192019 Brazilian F1 GP33Red BullHonda1125
2920192019 USA F1 GP33Red BullHonda3315
2820192019 Singapore F1 GP33Red BullHonda4315
2720192019 Hungarian F1 GP33Red BullHonda1219
2620192019 German F1 GP33Red BullHonda2126
2520192019 Austrian F1 GP33Red BullHonda2126
2420192019 Spanish F1 GP33Red BullHonda4315
2320192019 Australian F1 GP33Red BullHonda4315
2220182018 Abu Dhabi F1 GP33Red BullRenault6315
2120182018 Brazilian F1 GP33Red BullRenault5218
2020182018 Mexican F1 GP33Red BullRenault2125
1920182018 USA F1 GP33Red BullRenault18218
1820182018 Japanese F1 GP33Red BullRenault3315
1720182018 Singapore F1 GP33Red BullRenault2218
1620182018 Belgian F1 GP33Red BullRenault7315
1520182018 Austrian F1 GP33Red BullRenault4125
1420182018 French F1 GP33Red BullRenault4218
1320182018 Canadian F1 GP33Red BullRenault3315
1220182018 Spanish F1 GP33Red BullRenault5315
1120172017 Mexican F1 GP33Red BullRenault2125
1020172017 Japanese F1 GP33Red BullRenault4218
920172017 Malaysian F1 GP33Red BullRenault2125
820172017 Chinese F1 GP33Red BullRenault16315
720162016 Brazilian F1 GP33Red BullRenault4315
620162016 Japanese F1 GP33Red BullRenault3218
520162016 Malaysian F1 GP33Red BullRenault3218
420162016 German F1 GP33Red BullRenault4315
320162016 British F1 GP33Red BullRenault3218
220162016 Austrian F1 GP33Red BullRenault8218
120162016 Spanish F1 GP33Red BullRenault4125

Comparison

 

Max Verstappen Teammate Comparison

YearTeamTeam MateBest PosPointsWinsPolesPosQuali
2015Toro RossoCarlos Sainz4749180000118109
2016Red BullDaniel Ricciardo111912201101710611
Daniil Kvyat41212000002011
Toro RossoCarlos Sainz6913400002231
2017Red BullDaniel Ricciardo111682002100119128
2018Red BullDaniel Ricciardo112491702202165147
2019Red BullAlexander Albon14977610105481
Pierre Gasly14181632010111111
2020Red BullAlexander Albon132141052010125170
2021Red BullSergio Pérez11395.5190101100193202
2022Red BullSergio Pérez12856630113241

News

 

Latest Max Verstappen News


Is Verstappen 'a little better' than Leclerc now?

May 18 - World champion Max Verstappen is "a little better" than his 2022 title rival Charles Leclerc. That is the view of former Formula 1 driver Shinji Nakano, who also thinks..

May 18, 2022 with 3 Comments

Verstappen not ruling out leaving Red Bull team

May 16 - Max Verstappen is not ruling out a move from Red Bull - after 2028. Early this year, the 24-year-old reigning world champion signed up with the energy drink-owned team..

May 16, 2022 with 3 Comments

Ferrari F1 budget cap claims 'nonsense' according Red Bull

May 16 - Dr Helmut Marko says it's "nonsense" that Red Bull is already blasting through its limited allocation of money for car development in 2022. His denial comes as the total..

May 16, 2022 with 4 Comments

Verstappen lost 3kg due to dehydration during hot GP

May 10 - Max Verstappen reportedly lost three kilograms due to dehydration en route to victory in Miami. The Floridian sun and new street circuit made Sunday's race a particularly..

May 10, 2022 with 1 Comment

Miami open to F1 track changes for next year

May 10 - Top Miami GP executive Tom Garfinkel is open to making changes to the Formula 1 event for 2023. It comes after a roll-call of drivers criticised the new street layout..

May 10, 2022 with 4 Comments

Post-Race Press Conference 2022 Miami F1 GP

DRIVERS: 1. Max Verstappen (Red Bull Racing), 2. Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) & 3. Carlos Sainz (Ferrari) TRACK INTERVIEWS (Conducted by Willy T Ribbs)  Q: Welcome to..

May 10, 2022 with 0 Comments

Max brilliant under pressure in F1 Miami by Peter Windsor

Red Bull's Max Verstappen was holding a relatively comfortable seven-second gap over Ferrari's Charles Leclerc as the inaugural Miami Grand Prix entered its closing phase.Then..

May 9, 2022 with 3 Comments

Ferrari hopes Red Bull team blowing upgrade budget to early

May 9 - Ferrari admits it has to up its game - but is hoping Red Bull is blowing its development budget for 2022 too early. "Max was faster, like he was at Imola," Miami pole..

May 9, 2022 with 4 Comments

Red Bull Racing Post-Race comments 2022 Miami F1 GP

Max Verstappen said after winning the race from P3: “It feels amazing to win in Miami, the whole atmosphere this weekend has been incredible and to win in the US is always a..

May 9, 2022 with 0 Comments

VW CEO credits Netflix for F1 popularity surge

May 6 - It may be controversial, but F1's official Netflix series Drive to Survive will keep its engines revving for now. A deal has been struck for at least two more seasons of..

May 6, 2022 with 3 Comments

Read more Max Verstappen News »


F1 Store Discount

F1 Merchandise✅ Get 10% DISCOUNT on all F1 merchandise in the F1 STORE now!

F1 shirts

On This Day