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'''Max Verstappen''' (born 30 September 1997) is a Dutch racing driver who last competed for [[Team Calinetic]] in [[Formula One]].
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'''Max Verstappen''' (born 30 September 1997) is a Dutch racing driver currently driving for [[Red Bull Racing]] in [[Formula One]]. He is the son of fellow racing driver [[Jos Verstappen]].
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==Formula One==
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===[[2017_Alternate_Formula_One_season|2017]]-[[2019_Alternate_Formula_One_season|2019]]: [[Team Calinetic]]===
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Verstappen made his Grand Prix debut in [[2017_Alternate_Formula_One_season|2017]] - signing for Calinetic on a two year deal. His best results for the team came in his [[2018_Alternate_Formula_One_season|second season]], when he scored a pair of third place finishes. Verstappen's deal was extended by a year into [[2019_Alternate_Formula_One_season|2019]] but a lacklustre season saw him out of a drive at the end of the year.
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===[[2021 Alternate Formula One season|2021]]-: [[Red Bull]]===
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A successful 2020 in DTM with Audi saw him return to the F1 grid with Red Bull Racing alongside [[Formula Two]] champion [[Roger Ibe]] in [[2021 Alternate Formula One season|2021]].
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Latest revision as of 15:26, 26 March 2020

Max Verstappen (born 30 September 1997) is a Dutch racing driver currently driving for Red Bull Racing in Formula One. He is the son of fellow racing driver Jos Verstappen.

Formula One

2017-2019: Team Calinetic

Verstappen made his Grand Prix debut in 2017 - signing for Calinetic on a two year deal. His best results for the team came in his second season, when he scored a pair of third place finishes. Verstappen's deal was extended by a year into 2019 but a lacklustre season saw him out of a drive at the end of the year.

2021-: Red Bull

A successful 2020 in DTM with Audi saw him return to the F1 grid with Red Bull Racing alongside Formula Two champion Roger Ibe in 2021.