LONDON, Feb 14 (Reuters) - Formula One fans will have the chance to be driven around race circuits in supercars this season by the likes of McLaren's double world champion Fernando Alonso and Red Bull's Max Verstappen.
Max Verstappen believes Red Bull would dominate with Mercedes engines, Daniel Ricciardo will not leave Red Bull waiting over his contract, plus more.
The new F1 season is just over two months away and Max Verstappen is not wasting any time before the 2018 campaign gets underway as he stepped up his physical preparations.
The 23-year-old Russian was dropped by Red Bull-owned Toro Rosso last season after he had previously lost his place at the Red Bull Racing senior team to Max Verstappen.
Max Verstappen admits USA move was wrong, ex-F1 driver Felipe Massa apologises for team brawl, plus more.
Even in a sport dripping with cash, 20-year-old Max Verstappen will not be able to move for money next year. Thing is, he's worth it.
LONDON, Dec 5 (Reuters) - Australian Daniel Ricciardo replaced Red Bull team mate Max Verstappen as Formula One's pass master in 2017 but the season saw half the number of overtaking moves following the introduction of faster and wider cars.
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel topped the time sheets on the final day of tyre testing at the Yas Marina circuit, bringing an end to on track running in 2017. Valtteri Bottas was second and Max Verstappen third.
With the latest F1 season over, the Formula 1 championship odds for 2018 are available for bettors to take an early look at. The 2017 season came to a conclusion on Sunday as Valtteri Bottas took the checkered flag at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix with Lewis Hamilton finishing second in the final race. Show More Summary
Nov 24 (Gracenote) - 1st Free Practice Session from the Formula One Abu Dhabi Grand Prix at Yas Marina Circuit on Friday 1. Sebastian Vettel (Germany) Ferrari 1:39.006 2. Lewis Hamilton (Britain) Mercedes 1:39.126 3. Max Verstappen (Netherlands) Red Bull - TAG Heuer 1:39.154 4. Show More Summary
Aston Martin’s redesigned Vantage is set for a reveal on Tuesday, but thanks in part to Red Bull Racing Formula 1 driver Max Verstappen we already have a few of the specs. Aston Martin is one of Red Bull’s main sponsors, and the two are also linked by way of a technical partnership. For example, Red Bull is helping to develop Aston...
MEXICO CITY, Oct 30 (Reuters) - Lewis Hamilton sees Max Verstappen as added motivation for next season after recognising Red Bull's 20-year-old Dutch driver as one of the big threats to his bid for a fifth world championship.
MEXICO CITY, Oct 29 (Reuters) - Max Verstappen might have cause to thank the Formula One stewards, even if only as a backhanded compliment, for giving him plenty to get stirred up about ahead of Sunday's Mexican Grand Prix.
Oct 30 (Gracenote) - Result from the Formula One GP Mexico at Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez on Sunday 1. Max Verstappen (Netherlands) Red Bull - TAG Heuer 1:36:26.552 2. Valtteri Bottas (Finland) Mercedes +00:19.678 3. Kimi Raikkonen (Finland) Ferrari 00:54.007 4. Show More Summary
FROM FORMULA1.COM A tense afternoon in Mexico saw Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton secure a fourth drivers’ title and Red Bull’s Max Verstappen a crushing third Grand Prix victory. Hamilton and championship rival Sebastian Vettel came together at the start, dropping both men to the back, and though the Ferrari driver recovered to fourth, the Briton’s ninth [...]
Lewis Hamilton won his fourth career Formula One season championship on Sunday with a ninth-place finish at the Mexican Grand Prix in a race won by Red Bull's Max Verstappen. Hamilton had to overcome first-lap chaos when his Mercedes was bumped by title rival Sebastian Vettel of Ferrari. Hamilton...
MAX VERSTAPPEN WINS MEXICAN FORMULA ONE GRAND PRIX FOR RED BULL
Verstappen finished first in Mexico City, but Hamilton has won the F1 Drivers Championship with two races still to go. Max Verstappen of Red Bull has won the Mexican Grand Prix, but Lewis Hamilton has won the Formula One Drivers Championship for the fourth time in his career. Show More Summary
Oct 29 (Gracenote) - Starting grid from the Formula One GP Mexico at Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez on Sunday 1. Sebastian Vettel (Germany) Ferrari 2. Max Verstappen (Netherlands) Red Bull - TAG Heuer 3. Lewis Hamilton (Britain) Mercedes 4. Show More Summary
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel snatches pole position for the Mexican Grand Prix from Max Verstappen, with Lewis Hamilton third.