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7 wins out of 9 F1 events… new emperor overwhelming race

‘Formula One (F1) new emperor’ Max Verstappen (Red Bull) ran 5 consecutive wins and increased his speed to break the record for the most wins in a season he set last year먹튀검증.

Verstappen was the first to receive the checkered key with a record of 1 hour 25 minutes 33 seconds 607 in the final round of the 2023 F1 World Championship held at the Red Bull Ring (4.138 km, 71 laps) in Spielberg, Austria on the 2nd (local time). . He overtook Charles Leclerc (Ferrari), who came in after him, by 5 seconds and 155 seconds.

Perstappen, who started from the pole position as the 1st place in the preliminaries, won 5 consecutive wins with ‘Pole to Win (1st place in both the preliminaries and finals)’ and the 7th win (1st, 3rd, 5th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th rounds) this season built up After lifting the championship trophy from the opening round of the season held in Bahrain in March, Verstappen reached the top in all but the second and fourth rounds. The 6th round, which was scheduled to be held in Italy in May, was not held due to heavy rain damage.

Verstappen, who won 7 out of 9 races this year, is poised to change his record for the most wins in a season in one year. Verstappen won 15 victories last year, surpassing the 13 victories recorded by ‘F1 Emperor’ Michael Schumacher in 2004 and Sebastian Vettel in 2013. There are 13 rounds left in the F1 World Championship race this season, so at the current pace, 17 wins can be achieved.

By winning this event, Verstappen gained 229 driver ranking points, taking him one step closer to being the world champion for three consecutive years. He is 81 points ahead of teammate Sergio Pérez (148 points), who is second in the driver rankings.

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