The Formula 1 It has seen many talents during its 70-plus year history, but few have managed to achieve a title. Max Verstappen achieved what Jose’s father, who was part of it Big Circus for eight seasons: he competed in 107 races and achieved just two podiums.
Sports news presents all the details of how many titles the Dutchman has, who is already one of the most successful of all time.
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How many times was Max Verstappen Formula 1 world champion?
Max Verstappen has two Formula 1 world titles. Although he is one of the greatest talents in history, it was difficult for him to reach his first title: it took seven years from his debut to his canonization. At the 2021 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, the Dutchman broke Lewis Hamilton’s streak and began his great history in The maximum with his Red Bull.
A tough weekend in Singapore but a solid recovery during today’s race @redbullracing 👊
In Suzuka 🇯🇵👋 pic.twitter.com/G9gnHyZXAi
— Max Verstappen (@Max33Verstappen) September 17, 2023
The following year, the World Cup was not so even and he conquered it from start to finish (Charles Leclerc was second). Max finished the year with 15 wins, making him the all-time winner.
|1||Red Bull||2021||395.5||Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)|
|2||Red Bull||2022||454||Charles Leclerc (Ferrari)|