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Verstappen wins demanding Miami Grand Prix Max Verstappen passed the Ferraris of Carlos Sainz and championship leader Charles Leclerc to claim victory in the inaugural Miami Grand Prix, while Sergio Perez overcame a sensor issue on his RB18 to take a hard won fourth place.

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Max and Checo score maximum points in Imola Max Verstappen took a dominant Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix victory ahead of teammate Sergio Pérez to claim Oracle Red Bull Racing’s first one-two finish since the 2016 Malaysian Grand Prix, as Ferrari endured a torrid afternoon with Carlos Sainz exiting the race in a first-lap clash and Charles Leclerc finishing sixth following a late-race spin.

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Checo clinches P2 after Max DNFs in Australia Sergio Pérez took his first podium of the season, finishing second behind Australian Grand Prix winner Charles Leclerc of Ferrari, but there was disappointment for Max Verstappen with the World Champion exiting the race with a mechanical issue.

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Max wins the 2022 Saudi Arabian GP while Checo finishes P4 Max Verstappen’s 2022 charge roared into life in Jeddah as the defending World Champion passed Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc in a nail-biting finish to win the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.

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Season opener sees Max and Checo forced to retire

21 March 2022, Bahrain:  There was heartbreak all round for Oracle Red Bull Racing as World Champion Max Verstappen and teammate Sergio Perez were forced to retire from the season-opening Bahrain Grand Prix after suffering from suspected fuel pump issues.

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