Formula 1, Singapore GP: Red Bull's Max Verstappen delighted despite missing out on pole
Sunday, 16 September 2018 Max Verstappen missed out on becoming the youngest pole-sitter in Formula One history when Lewis Hamilton edged ahead of him in qualifying for the Singapore Grand Prix on Saturday, yet the Dutchman remained overjoyed to be on the front row.
The 20-year-old Red Bull driver encountered a plethora of issues through practice and...
Share this article on Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Email Lewis Hamilton swept to a virtually unchallenged win in the 2018 Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix as another Ferrari tactical blunder cost Sebastian Vettel the chance of victory. Vettel had to settle for third place behind Red Bull's Max...
Race winner Kimi Raikkonen is flanked by second-placed Max Verstappen (far left) and Lewis Hamilton, who finished third after a thrilling US Grand Prix. Hamilton increased his title lead to 70 points..
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