At The Italian Grand Prix, Max Verstappen Wins A Record 10th straight Formula One Race
MONZA, Italy – – Max Verstappen guaranteed a record tenth successive F1 triumph at the Italian Terrific Prix on Sunday to move clear of the count set by Sebastian Vettel in 2013.
The Red Bull driver, who rose to Vettel’s imprint before a home group at the Dutch Fabulous Prix seven days prior, surpassed Carlos Sainz on Lap 14 to deny Ferrari a success in Italy.
Verstappen is unbeaten since the Miami Amazing Prix in May and is on course to secure his third consecutive title at the Qatar Fantastic Prix on Oct. 8, so, all in all there will in any case be five races remaining.
The Monza win was his twelfth from 14 races this season, putting him poised to break the single-season record of 15 he set in 2022.
It has been a momentous season for the 25-year-old, who is presently only four wins from moving joint fourth with Alain Prost (51) on the profession wins list.
Should his series of wins proceed, Verstappen would likewise overwhelm Sebastian Vettel’s 53 successes to move into third spot before the season is out.
He would then just have Michael Schumacher’s 91 and Lewis Hamilton’s 103 dominates left to game.
Red Bull remains unbeaten this year thanks to Verstappen’s victory in Monza, and Verstappen’s teammate Sergio Perez won in Saudi Arabia and Azerbaijan. Verstappen completed the two races in runner up.
Red Bull is intending to turn into the main group to go undefeated through a whole F1 season, with eight races left.