“One day we’re going to get beaten” said Red Bull’s Christian Horner after their 15th win in a row at Monza. Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz Jnr realised his prophecy in Singapore.
Carlos Sainz Jnr fought valiantly for Ferrari at Monza but nothing could stop Max Verstappen scoring a historic 10th win in a row.
An early shower put his team mate briefly in the lead, but nothing ever looked like stopping Max Verstappen from taking his ninth win in a row.
Max Verstappen extended his winning streak at Spa despite clashing with his race engineer over their priorities during the grand prix.
Max Verstappen leads the drivers championship by 118 points from Sergio Perez after the Belgian Grand Prix sprint race.
Max Verstappen dominated the Hungarian Grand Prix, scoring a record-breaking 12 consecutive win for Red Bull by over half a minute.
McLaren’s upgrades put Lando Norris in the fight for victory but couldn’t stop Red Bull equalling their historic wins streak in Silverstone.
Any hopes Red Bull’s rivals had of challenging them was shattered by Max Verstappen’s speed on their home track, where he swept to his fifth win in a row.
Max Verstappen was unstoppable in Spain, delivering his most dominant win of the season so far, while Mercedes made good on their revised car’s promise.
Max Verstappen dominated the Monaco Grand Prix from pole position despite a sudden rain shower which caused him to touch the barrier twice.
Sergio Perez enjoyed an eight-place head-start on his team mate, but Max Verstappen scorched through the field to win the Miami Grand Prix.
Sergio Perez became the first Formula 1 driver to win the Azerbaijan Grand Prix twice, capitalising on a Safety Car disruption to cut his team mate’s championship lead.
Max Verstappen won again in Melbourne as multiple restarts and a renewed threat from Mercedes threatened to wrong-foot the reigning champion.
Sergio Perez tasted victory in Jeddah and made amends for his misfortune last year, while Max Verstappen completed a Red Bull one-two from 15th on the grid.
Red Bull’s domination of F1 is set to continue after Max Verstappen won the season-opener in crushing style. But Fernando Alonso stole the show with a fine drive to third.
Max Verstappen closed the book on a historic season for Red Bull with victory in Abu Dhabi, while Sebastian Vettel’s final grand prix proved a dramatic one.
Nearly two years after almost securing a stunning win on his debut, George Russell took his first a grand prix victory which ensured Mercedes avoided a win-less season.
Lewis Hamilton knew hew was in trouble as soon as he saw Max Verstappen was starting the Mexican Grand Prix on softer tyres than him.
On a sad weekend for Red Bull after the loss of founder Dietrich Mateschitz, Max Verstappen triumphed over adversity to clinch the constructors championship.
The world championship was decided in unsatisfactory circumstances at Suzuka, but Max Verstappen’s top-drawer performance proved him a worthy winner.