Verstappen Heads to Brazil with Confidence: On to Number 17!

Max Verstappen is determined to win the Brazil Grand Prix and extend his record for most Formula 1 wins in a single season to 17 after achieving his 16th win in Mexico.


‣ Max Verstappen won the first two Grands Prix in the triple header consisting of the United States GP, Mexico GP and Brazil GP.
‣ Verstappen broke the record for most F1 wins in a single season, with 16 wins so far.
‣ Verstappen is determined to win the Brazil GP and extend his record to 17 wins.
‣ Verstappen is appreciative of the hard work and effort of his team.

Max Verstappen is ready to conquer the Brazil GP and capture his 17th victory of the season. With his recent win in Mexico, Verstappen broke the record for the most Formula 1 wins in a single season. Now, he is setting his sights on extending that record even further.

In an interview, Verstappen expressed his confidence and excitement about the upcoming race in Brazil. He mentioned that his team had a great race in Mexico, which has further boosted their confidence heading into this weekend. Despite achieving 16 wins so far this season, Verstappen admitted that he didn’t think it would be possible to replicate last year’s success. He remarked on what an incredible season it has been and highlighted the hard work and effort put in by everyone in the team.

While Verstappen takes a moment to appreciate the 16 wins of the season, he is already looking forward to the next one. He acknowledged the collective effort of the team and expressed his gratitude for the hard work they have put in. Now, with his focus solely on the 17th win, Verstappen is determined to end the triple header with a victory in Brazil.

As the Red Bull Racing driver gears up for the Brazil GP, fans can expect to see Verstappen showcase his exceptional skills once again. With his confidence at an all-time high and the support of his team behind him, Verstappen is ready to make history in the final Sprint race of the season.

Albert Ramirez
Albert Ramirez
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