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Abu Dhabi Grand Prix F1: Red Bull's Max Verstappen Completes Season With Record-Breaking 19th Win - In Pics

Red Bull driver Max Verstappen rounded off the Formula One season with yet another win as he cruised to a 10th win of the season at an action-packed Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. The three-time world champion came home 17.993 seconds ahead of Ferrari's Charles Leclerc whose bold drive was not enough for the Italian team to claim the runners-up place in the constructors' championship. That went, finally, to Mercedes by just three points as although Sergio Perez came home second behind Verstappen on the road he was relegated to fourth with a five-second penalty, for a mid-race clash with McLaren's Lando Norris, which promoted George Russell to third. Verstappen ended the season as the only driver to complete every lap of the season, more than 1000 laps led, and also broke Jim Clark's 1963 record for the highest percentage of laps led in a season.

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Red Bull driver Max Verstappen rounded off the Formula One season with yet another win as he cruised to a 10th win of the season at an action-packed Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. The three-time world champion came home 17.993 seconds ahead of Ferrari's Charles Leclerc whose bold drive was not enough for the Italian team to claim the runners-up place in the constructors' championship. That went, finally, to Mercedes by just three points as although Sergio Perez came home second behind Verstappen on the road he was relegated to fourth with a five-second penalty, for a mid-race clash with McLaren's Lando Norris, which promoted George Russell to third. Verstappen ended the season as the only driver to complete every lap of the season, more than 1000 laps led, and also broke Jim Clark's 1963 record for the highest percentage of laps led in a season.

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