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Formula 1: Max Verstappen wins season-closing Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, Sebastian Vettel retires with a point
Seven-time champion Lewis Hamilton, who ran in third despite struggling with his Mercedes for much of the race, retired in the closing laps with hydraulics problems.
Max Verstappen clocked a best lap in one minute and 23.824 seconds to finish two-tenths clear of the Mexican.
Verstappen, who is chasing a record-extending 15th win in a single season, clocked a best lap in one minute and 25.146 seconds to outpace Russell
Max Verstappen was asked in Interlagos to allow his Red Bull team-mate, Sergio Perez, to pass him, but he refused in a curt rebuke on team radio.
Max Verstappen steadfastly refused to help teammate Sergio Perez on the final lap Sunday of the Brazilian Grand Prix
Max Verstappen will be seeking a record-increasing 15th win in a single season in Sunday’s Grand Prix race after winning eight of the last nine
Verstappen, now a two-time world champion, said he and the team had put the saga behind them, after snubbing all Sky representatives at the Mexico Grand Prix.
Verstappen, who broke the record for most wins in a single season that had been jointly held by Michael Schumacher and Sebastian Vettel, finished more than 15 seconds ahead of Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton while Red Bull teammate Sergio Perez took the third spot.
Max Verstappen clocked a best lap of 1min 17.775sec during Mexican GP qualifying to finish 0.304 seconds ahead of George Russell and his Mercedes’ team-mate, seven-time champion Lewis Hamilton.
Hamilton's views were supported by Ferrari's Charles Leclerc, who said he would do everything to prevent Verstappen from dominating F1.
Formula 1: Verstappen registers record-tying win at United States GP as Red Bull clinch constructor’s title
Verstappen dedicated his win to Red Bull co-founder and team owner Dietrich Mateschitz, who died at the age of 78 on Saturday.
Max Verstappen became the second youngest double world champion on Sunday, after Sebastian Vettel, when Ferrari's Charles Leclerc was given a time penalty relegating him to third place at Suzuka.
Max Verstappen is the second-youngest two-time F1 champion behind Vettel and now stands at the threshold of what may be a record-breaking career.
Red Bull driver Max Verstappen retains F1 world title after Japanese GP win as Charles Leclerc is handed a penalty.
The reigning World Champion now requires a win and the fastest lap to clinch his second F1 title at the Japanese Grand Prix on Sunday.
Max Verstappen goes fastest in the final practice session of the Japanese GP ahead of Carlos Sainz (Ferrari) and the two Mercedes of George Russell and Lewis Hamilton respectively.
Max Verstappen would become only the third driver after Michael Schumacher and Sebastian Vettel to clinch the title with four races to spare if he gets the job done in the Japanese Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen has never won the Japanese Grand Prix but he said he was looking forward to racing on the "special" Suzuka track again.
Defending F1 world champion Verstappen's wait to retain his title got extended to next Sunday's race at Suzuka, Japan after finishing a disappointing seventh at the Marina Bay Circuit in Singapore.
Formula 1: ‘Really bad’, Max Verstappen unhappy after running out of fuel during Singapore GP qualifying
The team had sent Max Verstappen out with enough fuel for five laps in the final qualifying run but he went for a sixth, backing off his previous lap to take advantage of the evolving track conditions.