Magazine: F1 Dutch GP review

Magazine: F1 Dutch GP review
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Magazine: F1 Dutch GP review

The recent wet weather at the Zandvoort contest resulted in dramatic and unusual races, with Red Bull and Max Verstappen once again proving to be the dominant combination. Verstappen managed to overcome the challenging conditions and a less-than-perfect strategy to secure his ninth consecutive world championship victory, equaling the record held by Sebastian Vettel and Alberto Ascari. With this win, Verstappen has also climbed up the list of wet-weather F1 winners, putting him on par with Jenson Button.
In other racing news, Ash Sutton continues to dominate the British Touring Car Championship, Scott Dixon performed a miracle in the IndyCar race at St. Louis starting from 16th on the grid, and the Silverstone Festival celebrated the circuit’s 75th birthday in style. Unfortunately, our 16-page National section begins with the somber news of Roger Twelvetrees’ death at the Vintage Sports-Car Club event at Mallory Park.
Looking ahead, Autosport magazine will cover the Italian GP and also feature a free supplement celebrating 75 years of Goodwood, which will preview this year’s Revival extravaganza. For comprehensive motorsport coverage, from F1 to Britain’s club-racing scene, subscribe to Autosport magazine and never miss your weekly fix of motorsport. Additionally, the latest magazine issue will focus on the World Rally Championship turning 50 and the 75th anniversary of Silverstone.

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Source: Autosport.com

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