Max Verstappen secured a remarkable victory at the Canadian Grand Prix, marking his third consecutive win in Montreal. This achievement is his 60th formula victory, an impressive performance for the Dutch.

The 25-year-old Dutch driver, representing Red Bull Racing, started second on the grid alongside pole-sitter George Russell. As the rain subsided and the sun emerged, Verstappen took control of the race and dominated the 70-lap event on the 2.71-mile Circuit Gilles Villeneuve. McLaren’s Lando Norris finished in second place, while Mercedes drivers George Russell and Lewis Hamilton secured the next two spots on the podium.

Verstappen’s performance not only solidifies his position as a top contender but also ties him with the legendary Ayrton Senna, who also achieved 41 career wins. With his sights set even higher, Verstappen continues to make waves in the world of Formula 1 racing.


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