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F1 racing is one of the most exciting and competitive sports in the world. With lightning-fast cars and skilled drivers battling it out on the track, there is never a dull moment in a Formula One race.

Now a three-time world champion, Max Verstappen’s meteoric rise to the pinnacle of Formula 1 has seen the Dutchman smash numerous records and break new ground en route to becoming today’s most dominant force.

Son of former F1 driver Jos Verstappen (Bennetton, Simtek, Arrows Stewart, Tyrrell, Minardi), Max received his 2015 F1 debut with Scuderia Toro Rosso for what was remarkably only his second full season of single-seater racing.

Promoted straight from the FIA European Formula 3 Championship, the combination of Verstappen’s age (17 years and 166 days at the time of his Australian Grand Prix race debut) and scant experience led to the FIA overhauling the criteria for obtaining a superlicence to prevent similarly young drivers landing a seat.

Despite the controversy, Verstappen went on to acquit himself well during his first year with Toro Rosso, which preceded his promotion to Red Bull Racing five rounds into the 2016 F1 season, an occasion he historically marked by claiming a stunning maiden victory on his debut with the team.

Going on to establish himself as a talisman in the Red Bull Racing camp, one capable of taking the fight to an otherwise dominant Mercedes on occasion, the stars finally aligned for Verstappen in 2021 when the Honda-engined Red Bull RB16B proved a competitive match for its German rivals.

Engaging in a fierce – if at times physical – season-long tug-of-war with Lewis Hamilton, Verstappen prevailed in a hugely controversial Abu Dhabi finale defined by a safety car engineered pass for the lead on the final lap, giving him both victory and the title.

Verstappen followed up his maiden championship with two dominant runs to the title in 2022 and 2023, kicking off F1’s new era of technical regulations in fine style. 

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