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Canadian Grand Prix: International Press Coverage | M4 Sport

Canadian Grand Prix: International Press Coverage |  M4 Sport

The international press mainly highlighted the fact that defending champion and two-time world champion Max Verstappen surpassed the legendary Ayrton Senna in number of race victories (41) from the Canadian Grand Prix on Sunday.

Great Britain:

daily Mail: “Max Verstappen took his fourth win in a row, winning from start to finish and passing Senna.”

Watchman: “Max Verstappen set Senna’s lap record and extended his lead in the overall standings with a beautiful win.”

Telegraph: “Verstappen winning the 41st race was not a race we will remember for a long time. But he was completely in control.”

Max Verstappen (Photo: XPB)


Brand: “Max Verstappen won for the sixth time in the last eight races, but this time it was a little different. “Alonso was right behind him, just nine seconds behind him, which shows Aston Martin’s improvement.”

Mundo Deportivo: “He’s only 25 years old. But the world lies at your feet. Verstappen is already a two-time world champion and is on his way to his third title.

Dig: ““Max won the Canadian Grand Prix, but Aston Martin and Mercedes caused Red Bull problems for the first time this season.”

Photo: Red Bull


Corriere dello Sport: “By winning the Canadian Grand Prix, Verstappen achieved his 41st success, catching up to Ayrton Senna, and Red Bull celebrated for the 100th time.”

Gazzetta dello Sport: “Max is unbeatable, he won his fourth race in the Flying Netherlands Series.”

Tuttosport:The Canadian Grand Prix will be an unforgettable one for Verstappen and Red Bull: the Dutchman beat Senna to his 41st win, and the team scored its 100th victory in less than ten years.

Max Verstappen (Photo: XPB)


L’Equipe: “There is Verstappen and there are the others. “With his victory from start to finish, the Dutchman is already at the level of Ayrton Senna.”


Kronen Zeitung: “Max Verstappen is unstoppable! His 41st success means he has captured the legend, three-time Brazilian world champion Ayrton Senna, who died in 1994.

courier: “Max Verstappen and Red Bull are now writing Formula 1 history.”


Tages-Anzeiger: “Verstappen gets wings from Red Bull.”

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