Max Verstappen extends his winning streak at the Dutch Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen of Red Bull won the Dutch Grand Prix from pole position for the second year in a row on Sunday, extending his Formula One points lead to 109.
At Zandvoort, Mercedes’ George Russell placed second, while Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc completed the podium. Verstappen also earned a bonus point for the fastest lap.
Leclerc and Verstappen’s Mexican colleague Sergio Perez are locked in points, but the Ferrari driver leads Perez by more than four triumphs with seven rounds remaining.
Red Bull leads Ferrari in the constructors’ standings with 511 points to 376.