Red Bull’s Maximum Verstappen has broken the record for most wins in a season subsequent to winning the Mexican Stupendous Prix. With this triumph, the Dutch racer recorded his fourteenth win of the time, outperforming unbelievable Michael Schumacher and Sebastian Vettel’s record of 13 successes in a season.
Talking in the wake of winning the Mexican Excellent Prix, Verstappen called his triumph astounding, demanding that the tire wear was superior to what he’d expected. “No doubt, it was an astonishing race once more. Presumably somewhat surprisingly good with tire wear. However, definitely, when we remained ahead into turn one, we could take care of our tires.
Obviously, on the delicate (compound), it’s consistently a touch more basic in that first stretch, yet when we put the medium tires on, it appeared to be extremely serious,” said Verstappen.
In the mean time, Lewis Hamilton, who completed second behind Vertsappen, said perhaps their tire procedure let them down in the Mexican Fantastic Prix.
“Normally, we were unable to stay aware of these folks. Most likely didn’t have the technique perhaps very right today, however in any case, to be this nearby, to need to ‘2nds’ one after the other, I’m thus, so glad thus thankful to the group. I think the race pace commonly very great. It was simply we were off a bunch of tires more often than not,” said Hamilton.
It was one more prevailing presentation by Red Bull with Verstappen taking the title, while Mexican driver Sergio Perez completed on the platform in third spot. In the interim, Hamilton’s colleague George Russell completed fourth.
Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz clutched the fifth spot, just a little ways off of colleague Charles Leclerc in 6th spot. Daniel Ricciardo was seventh for McLaren-Mercedes, in front of Snow capped Renault’s Estaban Ocan, who clutched the eighth position. Lando Norris was 10th for McLaren-Mercedes, while previous Mercedes man Valtteri Bottas balanced the main ten.