Sports

Canadian Grand Prix: Max Verstappen Wins Yet Again To Match Ayrton Senna And Give Red Bull 100th Win - In Pics

World champion Max Verstappen drew alongside legendary F1 driver Ayrton Senna in the Formula One record books with his 41st victory on Sunday when he drove his Red Bull towards a top podium finish at the Canadian Grand Prix. The 25-year-old defending double champion and series leader led from lights to flag as he came home 9.570 seconds ahead of Aston Martin's Fernando Alonso with Lewis Hamilton finishing third for Mercedes to land his team's 100th F1 win. It was Verstappen's second win at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, his sixth in eight races this year and his 41st overall, leaving him behind only four-time champions Alain Prost (51) and Sebastian Vettel (53), seven-time champions Michael Schumacher (91) and Hamilton (103).

2023 F1 Canadian Grand Prix
info_icon

World champion Max Verstappen drew alongside legendary F1 driver Ayrton Senna in the Formula One record books with his 41st victory on Sunday when he drove his Red Bull towards a top podium finish at the Canadian Grand Prix. The 25-year-old defending double champion and series leader led from lights to flag as he came home 9.570 seconds ahead of Aston Martin's Fernando Alonso with Lewis Hamilton finishing third for Mercedes to land his team's 100th F1 win. It was Verstappen's second win at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, his sixth in eight races this year and his 41st overall, leaving him behind only four-time champions Alain Prost (51) and Sebastian Vettel (53), seven-time champions Michael Schumacher (91) and Hamilton (103).

Advertisement

Advertisement

Advertisement

Advertisement

Advertisement