The Dutchman Max Verstappen, of Red Bull, isolated leader of the World of Drivers, achieved this Sunday (4), his fourth consecutive victory, at home, in the Formula 1 Dutch Grand Prixahead of the British George Russell, of Mercedes, and the Monegasque Charles Leclerc, of Ferrari.
At the end of this 15th stage of the season (out of a total of 22) Verstappen now has a 109-point lead over his immediate pursuers, Leclerc and Mexican Sergio Pérez (Red Bull), tied at 201 points each.
“I’m proud to be Dutch,” said the Red Bull driver, who looks increasingly ready to win his second consecutive world title.
“It’s amazing to win here again. It’s always special to win a race at home,” added Verstappen, hailed by the ‘Orange Army’ of fans of the F1.
The fourth place of the race went to the British Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) and Sergio Pérez was fifth.
The next stage of the Formula 1 World Championship will be the Italian Grand Prix, at the Monza circuit, next weekend.
I want to receive exclusive sports content