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Having become the Netherlands' first world champion and the youngest race-winner in F1 history.  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. Here's a few about the Oracle Red Bull Racing driver….

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Born in Hasselt, Belgium, in 1997, it wasn’t long before the young Verstappen hit the race track, and by 2003 he was karting regularly in Genk, Belgium. In 2005, things got serious, and he took part in his first championship, the Belgium Championship Mini (VAS), where he won all 21 races. By 2013, Max Verstappen had won just about everything karting had to offer, winning the 2013 World KZ championship at Varennes-sur-Allier in France. His single-seater debut came in the inaugural Florida Winter Series, but he was soon snapped up by Van Amersfoort to take part in the FIA Formula 3 European Championship. At just 16, Verstappen took the F3 championship by storm, winning his sixth race before going on to win an incredible six consecutive victories in the series, placing third in the overall rankings. Max Verstappen joined Scuderia Toro Rosso in 2015, making him the youngest Formula One driver in history, surpassing the record of Jaime Alguersuari by nearly two years. Verstappen went on to score an impressive 49 points in his debut season, taking two fourth places. After just four races in 2016, Verstappen moved from Scuderia Toro Rosso to join Red Bull Racing and race alongside Daniel Ricciardo. In his very first grand prix for the team in Spain, he defied the odds and, under relentless pressure from 2007 world champion Kimi Räikkönen in second place, took an epic first victory. Verstappen wasn’t finished there, however. A further six podium finishes, including perhaps the standout drive of the season in rain-lashed Brazil, landed Verstappen fifth overall in the 2016 World Championship and confirmed him as the hottest young talent in F1.

More promising results came in 2017, with victories in Malaysia and Mexico, second in Japan and third in China, securing him an overall finish of sixth place. However, Max Verstappen's form went up a gear during the 2018, when he finished in a career-best of fourth place overall thanks to victories in Austria and Mexico and a string of impressive podium places all over the world. Max Verstappen went one better once again in the 2019 Formula One Season with a third-place overall finish in the standings as a result of consistent performances which earned him podium places in Australia and Spain, a memorable win at the Red Bull Ring at the Austrian Grand Prix and an impressive first place at the Hockenheimring at a dramatic and rain-soaked German Grand Prix. After that, he finished the 2019 campaign strongly with podium spots in Hungary, Singapore, the USA, first place in Brazil and second place in Abu Dhabi to confirm his reputation as one of Formula One's most formidable and improving drivers. Max Verstappen then put an end to speculation about his future by signing a contract extension through, a move which seemed to inspire even more big results in 2020.

After scoring third place in the Styrian Grand Prix, he went one better by finishing second at Hungarian Grand Prix and the British Grand Prix. By that point, it was clear that Verstappen had made a home from home for himself on the F1 podium, and he went one better once again by claiming first place at the UK 70th Anniversary Formula One Grand Prix. The Dutch driver ended the season in style with a victory in Abu Dhabi to end the campaign in third place overall. The Season 2021 was one where Max went from a consistent podium presence capable of occasional giant-killing results into a bona fide world championship contender. The list of firsts were many, mostly because Max spent so much of the season finishing first. A first win on the most famous city streets of all in Monaco, a first hat-trick of wins in France, Styria and Austria (leading all 142 laps across two memorable races at the Red Bull Ring) and a first win in the United States were highlights. Still, it would be hard to top his domination of his home race at Zandvoort in September, where he took pole and won the race in front of a frenzied orange-hued adoring home crowd. Max Verstappen then finished on top of the world for the first time, securing his first Formula One world title in the final race of the season in Abu Dhabi. The following season saw Max assert his dominance over the sport, retaining the world title with four races to spare and surpassing the record for most wins in a season – which Sebastian Vettel and Michael Schumacher had jointly held.





GP Belgium 2023 Updates

11 wins in a row for the team, what an amazing achievement @redbullracing 🚀 This is an extraordinary job by everyone 👏 #KeepPushing

Thank you Silverstone 🇬🇧 #BritishGP

Get up to speed with everything you need to know about the 2023 Belgian Grand Prix, which takes place over 44 laps of the 7.004-kilometre Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps on Sunday, July 30.

Using the links above you can find the full weekend schedule, including details of practice and qualifying sessions, support races, press conferences and special events, plus the latest news headlines, circuit information and F1 race results.

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July 28. 2023 - Practice 1 (1:30 - 2:30 PM)

July 28. 2023 - Qualifying (5 - 6 PM)

July 29. 2023 - Sprint Shootout (12:00)

July 29. 2023 - Sprint (4:30 - 5:30 PM)

July 30. 2023 - Race ( 3 PM)




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