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Max Verstappen wins chaotic Austrian Grand Prix By Cameron Kirby, 02 Jul 2018 Motorsport. Facebook; Twitter; Google Plus; Mail; Red Bull Racing young gun wins race of attrition at the Red Bull Ring. MAX VERSTAPPEN held on to win the Austrian Grand Prix in tense conditions, with a severely blistered rear tyre. It was a chaotic race at the Red Bull Ring, with a number of lead changes, and.
Max Verstappen claimed a shock first win of the 2018 Formula 1 season at Red Bull's home race as Mercedes' challenge imploded in a dramatic Austrian Grand Prix. Verstappen headed the Ferraris of.
Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc has stormed to pole position at the Austrian Grand Prix, with Max Verstappen joining him on a front row of 21-year-olds after Formula One leader Lewis Hamilton was.Austrian GP: Verstappen wins as Mercedes self-destructs Max Verstappen claimed a shock first win of the 2018 Formula 1 season at Red Bull's home race as Mercedes' challenge imploded in a dramatic Austrian Grand Prix.Max Verstappen wins Austrian Grand Prix. July 5, 2019 July 5, 2019. Question: Who won the Austrian Grand Prix, 2019? (a) Lewis Hamilton (b) Charles Leclerc (c) Max Verstappen (d) Antonio Giovinazzi Answer: (c) Related facts: Max Verstappen won the Austrian Grand Prix for the second year in a row on 30th June, 2019. Max Verstappen belongs to Red Bull Team. In a close competition, Ferrari’s.
Max Verstappen wins F1 Austrian Grand Prix with stunning drive. By AAP. Jun 30th, 2019. F Share T Tweet Q SMS W WhatsApp B Email G J Tumblr L LinkedIn. Jun 30th, 2019. Red Bull's Max Verstappen.
Max Verstappen has secured the Red Bull team's first win of the season at the Austrian Grand Prix in Spielberg, Austria. Despite a miserable start, Verstappen managed to bounce back during the race and beat Ferrari's Charles Leclerc and Mercedes' Valtteri Bottas, who came second and third correspondingly.
Max Verstappen produced one of the most remarkable comebacks in recent Formula One history to win the Austrian Grand Prix. The Red Bull driver, roared on by his large Dutch following at a.
Verstappen wins Austrian Grand Prix. July 1, 2018 Sian Cowper F1, News, Race reports 2. Max Vestappen secured his first victory of the 2018 Formula 1 season at the Austrian Grand Prix at the Red Bull Ring this afternoon, while Sebastian Vettel returned to the top of the drivers’ championship. The Dutch driver survived a race which saw his teammate and both Mercedes cars retire with.
Jul 1, 2019 - Max Verstappen has won the Austrian Grand Prix in a thrilling race which saw hime take the lead two laps from the end. Leclerc's Ferrari was second.
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.
Austrian Grand Prix: Max Verstappen wins after surviving stewards investigation over Charles Leclerc contact Mercedes dominance in 2019 ends as Valtteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton finish only third.
Austrian Grand Prix: Max Verstappen wins thriller after late pass on Charles Leclerc By Andrew Benson Chief F1 writer at the Red Bull Ring Last updated on 30 June 2019 30 June 2019.
Max Verstappen wins Red Bull Racing's home race “Well done, Max! You’ve won the Austrian Grand Prix!” Those were the first congratulatory words via team radio for the driver from the Netherlands, after he got the dream result for his team’s home race. “I took the win at the Red Bull Ring in a Red Bull Racing car! How unbelievable is.
Max Verstappen wins a thrilling Austrian Grand Prix. Listen back to the moment Max Verstappen crosses the line to win a thrilling Austrian Grand Prix, after a late overtake on Charles Leclerc.
It showed an incredible level of maturity and self-reflection from Leclerc - but an even greater example came in his defeat to Max Verstappen in the final stages of last year's Austrian Grand Prix.