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Triumphed in Canada: Max Verstappen © APA / MARK THOMPSON

“The driver who never makes mistakes and doesn’t forgive.”

Formula 1 world champion Max Verstappen has won the Canadian Grand Prix. The Dutchman didn't let the changeable conditions with the track being wet at times stop him and secured success from second place on the grid in the Red Bull ahead of Lando Norris in the McLaren. We provide the press reviews.

Great Britain:

Daily Mail: “Lando Norris should have been on the top podium, his slim hopes of a world championship having caught fire in a pulsating Canadian Grand Prix full of thrills and danger. But it wasn’t meant to be.”

The Guardian: “The weather did its best and, with four seasons in one day - rain, gloom and bright sunshine - made for an exciting and tense battle for the Canadian Grand Prix, although it ended with the familiar result of a victory for Red Bull's Max Verstappen. “


Brand: “Max Verstappen has won again, this time at the Canadian Grand Prix, with an extraordinary capacity for suffering and extinguishing any rebellion against his leadership.”

Came second: Lando Norris © APA / CLIVE ROSE

World Sports: “The Dutchman, who didn’t have the best car on the track, made up for an early mistake with a perfect race and took his 60th Formula 1 victory in the festival of his opponents’ mistakes.”


Tuttosport: “At the end of 70 laps and on a track that had become unpredictable due to rain, Max Verstappen was triumphant.”

The Republic: “The driver who never makes mistakes. Who doesn't forgive. Who has led the World Cup for 750 days, has taken the lead in Barcelona in 2022 and has no intention of giving it up.”


The team: “Max Verstappen has found his smile again in gray Canada.”

The winner's podium with Lando Norris, Max Verstappen and George Russell. © APA/afp / GEOFF ROBINS

Le Monde: “The Dutchman continues to write history in capital letters with his single-seater.”


Krone newspaper: “Verstappen is racing back to winning ways in Canada.”

Courier: “Verstappen wins the Canadian Grand Prix in April weather.”


Look: “Max Verstappen (26) is and remains the king of Formula 1. The Dutchman doesn’t just win the easy races. Even in the chaos, he always keeps an overview and can rely on the Red Bull Honda.”

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