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US Grand Prix – International press coverage

US Grand Prix – International press coverage

Max Verstappen (Red Bull), who already has a World Championship title, won the Formula 1 Grand Prix on Sunday for his 50th Grand Prix victory.

After coming second behind him, seven-time world champion Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) was later disqualified due to a faulty floor panel in his car, so Lando Norris (McLaren) was now second.

Evaluation of the international press:

Great Britain:

the sun:

“Lewis Hamilton did his best, but he was defeated in the end, finishing second behind his rival Max Verstappen. Hamilton overtook Lando Norris a few laps before the end, but he no longer had the strength to keep up with the in-form Verstappen.”

daily Mail:

“There was a point at the start of the US Grand Prix when Lewis Hamilton was still dreaming of finally winning again after 686 days. It didn't matter that Verstappen started from sixth – he and his Red Bull teammates made the right decisions. As always. “

Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton (Photo: Red Bull/Getty)



“Max Verstappen won the US Grand Prix after starting from sixth on the grid. Calmly and in control, he closed higher and higher. It was a victory for a mature competitor. He dealt with a Lewis Hamilton attack that was more smoke than fire.”

Sports World:

“Verstappen was surprised by the speed of Leclerc, Norris and Hamilton on Saturday and made a mistake at the crucial moment. But the more laps in the race, the bigger Max became. And he won.”

Max Verstappen (Photo: XPB)


Gazzetta dello Sport:

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“Max won, Ferrari took a risk.”


the team:

“Three-time world champion, the guy who wins (almost) every Sunday.”

Photo: Red Bull


Kronen Zeitung:

“Dutchman Verstappen achieved his 15th grand prix win this year. Only he has amassed this much success in one calendar year, last year. The 26-year-old, who won his 50th race, is only four people ahead in the historical standings.” “Hamilton (103), Michael Schumacher (91), Sebastian Vettel (53) and Alain Prost (51). Verstappen won in Austin for the third time in a row.”



“Usually Max Verstappen dominates the race at will, but in Austin things were even more exciting than usual thanks to the good performances of Lewis Hamilton and Lando Norris.”

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