World no.1 and reigning world Formula one champion Max Verstappen of Holland created history at the Italian Formula one (F1) Grand Prix . He won a record breaking 10th consecutive win ,a feat never achieved by any driver in the Formula championship since it began in 1950.
Max Verstappen of Red Bull team broke the German Sebastaian Vettel record of 9 consecutive wins.
The 14th race of the 2023 Formula One season was held at Monza ,Italy on 3rd September 2023 . Sergio Perez of the Red Bull finished behind his teammate Max Verstappen .
The Red Bull team has now won 24 of the past 25 races and remains on course to score an unprecedented clean sweep this season.
Other records held by Max Versatppen in Formula one Racing Championships
- He holds the record of being the youngest race winner in Formula One. He was 18 years and 224 days old when he won the 2016 Spanish Grand Prix.
- He holds the record of winning a maximum of 15 races in a single season.
- Verstappen also holds the record for scoring the most points in a single season. He accumulated 454 points in the 2022 racing season.
Formula One (F1)
- The F1 World Championship season consists of a series of motor car races, known as the Grands Prix.
- It is organised by FIA (Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile) or Federation of International Automobiles .
- Michael Schumacher and Lewis Hamilton hold the record for the most F1 world championships titles , both having won the title on seven occasions.
- F1 world Champion 2022: Mark Vertsappen of Red Bull team
- FIA Headquarters - Paris,France