Again: Max Verstappen secures first place on the podium at the Belgian Grand Prix

The pilot is considered a phenomenon

Last Sunday (30), in Ardennes, Belgium, Max Verstappen won another Formula 1 race again, this time at the Belgian Grand Prix. Even starting from sixth place, the pilot managed to recover after 17 laps, overcoming Sergio Pérez, who remained in second place, and punishments along the track. Charles Leclerc won the third position.

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Until now, Max Verstappen is considered absolute in the competition, since it is the tenth time that the athlete has been consecrated in first place in the season and, since the beginning of his career, he has won 45 Formula 1 awards. from Christian Horner, boss of Red Bull Race, characterizing him as a true talent.

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“Verstappen is superior to everyone at the moment. Overall, he’s been excellent. I think what we’re witnessing with Max right now is something you only see once in a generation. I think that, like all great drivers, he has an extra capacity. He’s at the top of his game,” Red Bull Race boss Christian Horner said in an interview.

After the last match on Sunday (30th), the drivers entered the break period, returning to activities at the end of August for the next Grand Prix, in Zandvoort, Holland, the 13th stage of this year’s season.

Previously, with the announcement of changes to the Formula 1 calendar for next year, with the total number of 24 races and six sprint categories that will be spread across the globe, Max Verstappen criticized the decision for considering the number of matches too high and requiring a lot of preparation and considered stepping away from the sport.

“It’s a lot for me, but we have to deal with it. I think it’s at least more logical the way it’s planned. It’s the best for everyone. There are more things that need to happen for me to be sure if I want to stay a long time or not, but this is not helping, it is a certainty”, said the pilot.

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