Max makes it five in a row with emphatic win at MonzaMax Verstappen overcame a grid penalty to score a resounding Italian Grand Prix victory finishing ahead of pole sitter Charles Leclerc as the race at Monza ended under the Safety Car. Checo, meanwhile, finished in sixth place and took the point for fastest lap after a recovery drive form the rear of the field following brake woes and an early pit stop.
Oracle Red Bull Racing wows Orange army in ZandvoortMax Verstappen passed Lewis Hamilton at the end of a late Safety Car period to seal a second consecutive Dutch Grand Prix win and send the orange army wild at Zandvoort, as Sergio Pérez finished fifth in a strategically complex race at the seaside circuit.
No stopping Oracle Red Bull Racing at Belgium GPMax Verstappen delivered a Spa masterclass as he climbed from 14th on the grid to take a stunning Belgian Grand Prix victory, 17.8 seconds ahead of Sergio Pérez as the Bulls sealed their fourth 1-2 finish of the season and the Team’s 21st overall at Spa-Francorchamps.
Bittersweet battle for Max and Checo at Red Bull Ring for Austrian GPMax Verstappen narrowly missed out on a fifth Red Bull Ring victory, with the Dutch driver losing out to Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc by just 1.5s at the end of a strategically tense Austrian Grand Prix. Sergio Pérez, meanwhile, had a disappointing afternoon on the Team's home turf as he exited the race after just 25 laps due to damage sustained in a lap-one collision with Mercedes’ George Russell.
Stunning P2 for Checo in dramatic British Grand PrixSergio Pérez claimed a stunning podium finish, rising from last place after an early collision to take second place behind first-time race winner Carlos Sainz at the end of a thrilling, incident-packed British Grand Prix that saw Max Verstappen forced out of the lead due to floor damage. Down on power and struggling for grip, the Dutchman clung on to finish in seventh place.