Italian GP Results: Verstappen Scripts History, Becomes First F1 Driver To Win 10 Races In Row

Red Bull’s Max Verstappen secured a historic 10th consecutive victory by winning the Italian Grand Prix. He took control of the race at Monza and once in the lead, he proved unbeatable. Verstappen’s remarkable streak continued as he outperformed his teammate Sergio Pérez, who finished in second place. The Ferraris driven by Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc took third and fourth place, respectively. Mercedes drivers George Russell and Lewis Hamilton rounded out the top six, finishing fifth and sixth.

Verstappen adopted a patient approach in the early stages of the race, starting from the second position on the grid. Eventually, he overtook Sainz to claim the lead, and from that moment onwards, he remained untouchable, just as he had been during his previous nine victorious races. The previous record holder was Sebastian Vettel who had won nine successive races in F1.

Red Bull has achieved their 14th consecutive victory this season, setting a new record. With only eight races left, they are edging closer to achieving the seemingly impossible task of going undefeated throughout an entire season.

Max Verstappen, with his 47th career win, secured his second consecutive victory at Monza and his 12th win out of 14 races this season. This impressive performance has propelled him to a commanding lead in the world championship, with a 145-point advantage over his teammate, Sergio Pérez. Verstappen is well on track to potentially secure the championship title in Japan, with six more races to go.

Discover the writer behind our IPL event blog and their passion for cricket. Learn about their expertise, insights, and unique perspective on the tournament.

Leave a Comment