After 21 Formula One races that was punctuated Sunday by the series’ chaotic first visit to the street track built in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, title protagonists Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton find themselves right where they were back in March – tied for
Honda and Red Bull Racing celebrated their 50th race of partnership with a win at the Belgian Grand Prix, however, it was a victory earned more through Max Verstappen’s efforts on Saturday than anything that was accomplished on race day.
The Red Bull Racing Hondas had a promising race scuttled in the first turn for the second consecutive F1 weekend, but the Scuderia AlphaTauri duo of Pierre Gasly and Yuki Tsunoda picked up the Honda flag in Sunday's Hungarian GP.
Max Verstappen spent most of June and July establishing a gap of more than a race’s worth of points between himself and the rest of the Formula 1 field, building that lead by way of four wins in five races.
Max Verstappen is a Dutchman by birth but he made Austria his home over the last two weeks, punctuating his stay with a dominant performance in today's Austrian Grand Prix where he won the pole, ran the fastest lap and led wire-to-wire for the second conse
The Red Bull Racing Hondas returned to their ‘home’ Red Bull Ring for Sunday’s Formula 1 Styrian Grand Prix and Max Verstappen treated it like he owned it, rolling from pole and leading wire-to-wire for his fourth win of the season.
Honda took a big step forward in its quest for the top spot of the Formula 1 universe Sunday as Max Verstappen carried his Red Bull Racing Honda to the team’s third consecutive win, posting a come-from-behind victory in the French Grand Prix.
Honda announced its presence in the 2021 Formula 1 World Championship with authority during this weekend’s season-opening Bahrain Grand Prix, winning the pole and leading more than half the race as Max Verstappen’s second-place run paced a trio of points-p
Honda saved its best for last, starting the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix from pole and leading every lap as Aston Martin Red Bull's Max Verstappen rolled his Honda engine to a convincing victory in Sunday's 2020 Formula 1 World Championship finale.
It took just four turns for Honda's race plans to receive an emergency rewrite in Sunday's F1 Sakhir Grand Prix, but the Aston Martin Red Bull and Scuderia AlphaTauri teams persevered to earn a pair of top-seven results.
Honda-powered Formula 1 racers took different routes to the front in Sunday's Bahrain Grand Prix, but in the end three Honda engines finished in the top six for the first time in 25 races (Germany, 2019).
Max Verstappen fought through his very last lap around the Nurburgring to stay in the hunt for second in the Formula 1 World Championship, finishing second in Sunday's Eifel Grand Prix while earning the extra point for the fastest race lap on the last of h
For the first time in 2020, all Honda-powered Formula 1 drivers tallied championship points as drivers from Aston Martin Red Bull and Scuderia AlphaTauri each finished in the top 10 in Sunday's Russian Grand Prix.