Max Verstappen has enjoyed two dominant seasons in Formula 1 but says this year will be different to last campaign. Max Verstappen has compared Red Bull’s two championship-winning campaigns in the past two years, saying its current season is “better” than last year.
Red Bull won the constructors’ championship at the Japanese GP last weekend after Verstappen’s dominant win. It was Verstappen’s 13th win of the year, with Red Bull winning 15 of 16 Grands Prix so far.
Singapore was the team’s only flop this season, having been largely unchallenged at other events. Red Bull also missed out on the title last year, but speaking to media outlets such as RacingNews365, Verstappen insisted their continued run will see them succeed.
“It’s definitely better,” Verstappen said. “The car was more dominant this year apart from Singapore – but we had a really, really good car in all the races.
“It’s been an incredible season for everyone in the team. “I’m just very proud to be a part of it, but also really proud to work with all those great people here at the track, but also especially back at the factory.
You may not see these people on the track, but they also work hard to make sure our cars are always in top condition, improving throughout the year and best prepared for next year.”