Max Verstappen stats per year: from debut to world champion

Max Verstappen stats per year: from debut to world champion

Max Verstappen was crowned Formula 1 world champion last Sunday, and in the Dutchman’s seventh season in the top racing category, everything fell into place. Verstappen was head and shoulders above the rest in terms of stats. It’s time to compare it to his previous years.

In 2015, Verstappen made his Formula 1 debut in Toro Rosso with 0 points, in Australia there was a DNF. On the legendary May 14, 2017, he took his first-ever win, which he did on his debut with Red Bull.

2015 (Toro Rosso)
Racing – 19
Final World Cup standings – 12
Number of points – 49
Best Race Result – 4th (USA)
wins – 0
Pole positions – 0
DNF’s – 4

2016 (Toro Rosso / Red Bull)
Racing – 21
World Cup Final Standings – Fifth
Number of points – 204
Best Race Result – 1st Place
Wins – 1 (Spain)
Pole positions – 0
DNF’s – 3

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2017 (Red Bull)
Races – 20
World Cup final standings – sixth
Number of points – 168
Best Race Result – 1st Place
Win – 2 (Malaysia and Mexico)
Pole positions – 0
DNF’s – 7

2018 (Red Bull)
Racing – 21
World Cup final standings – fourth
Number of points – 249
Best Race Result – 1st Place
Win – 2 (Austria-Mexico)
Pole positions – 0
DNF’s – 4

2019 (Red Bull)
Racing – 21
Final standings in the World Cup – third place
Number of points – 278
Best Race Result – 1st Place
Wins – 3 (Austria, Germany, Brazil)
Top 2 places – 2 (Hungary and Brazil)
DNF’s – 2

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2020 (Red Bull)
Racing – 17
Final standings in the World Cup – third place
Number of points – 214
Best Race Result – 1st Place
Win – 2 (Silverstone and Abu Dhabi 70th Anniversary)
Kick-offs – 1 (Abu Dhabi)
DNF’s – 5

2021 (Red Bull)
Racing – 22
Final standings in the World Cup – 1st place
Points – 395.5
Best Race Result – 1st Place
Wins – 10 (Emilia-Romagna, Monaco, France, Styria, Austria, Belgium, Zandvoort, USA, Mexico and Abu Dhabi)
Top 10 (Bahrain, France, Styria, Austria, Silverstone, Belgium, Zandvoort, Monza, USA and Abu Dhabi)
DNF’s – 3

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Which Grand Prix has Verstappen won yet?

As you can see, Verstappen doubled his Formula 1 wins last year. He has already won several majors (including Austria and Mexico) multiple times, but there are also some races where Verstappen is still waiting to win. here they are:
Australia (5 times by car)
China (5 times by car)
Bahrain (7 times by car)
Canada (infested 5 times)
Azerbaijan (5 times by car)
Hungary (7 times by car)
Monza (5 times full)
Singapore (5 times by car)
Japan (5 times lead)
Russia (7 times by car)
Turkey (twice)
Portugal (2 times by car)
Tuscany (1 time by car)
Saudi Arabia (1 distance driven)
Miami (not yet driven)

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