July 13, 2024

Motorsports – US Grand Prix press reviews – sport

Motorsports – US Grand Prix press reviews – sport

BERLIN (AP) – Max Verstappen dedicated his US Grand Prix victory to recently deceased Red Bull founder Dietrich Mateschitz.

Meanwhile, the Dutchman made the F1 constructors’ title perfect when he made his way back to the top against Lewis Hamilton and Charles Leclerc after a failed hiatus. Fernando Alonso caused a stir with a short ride on the rear wheels. International media write about the race:


Kronen Zeitung: “Despite the shouts of boxing: Verstappen wins in Austin.”

Currier: “It was a Formula 1 race to Dietrich Mateschitz’s taste, only the recently deceased founder of Red Bull could not stand the start, because all eyes were on him on Sunday.”

Great Britain:

The Telegraph: “It was an epilogue that could have been written by Hollywood: ‘Louis vs. Max 2: This time it’s personal!'” “

“Daily Mail”: “Max Verstappen, the unstoppable bullet, took his 13th win of the season to join Michael Schumacher and Sebastian Vettel on equal terms.”


Marca: “Verstappen, on behalf of Dieter.”

Mundo Deportivo: Verstappen takes America.


Le Figaro: “His eighth win in a row for Red Bull in Austin. The Austrian brand struck again in Texas and took victory with Max Verstappen (…) and the constructors’ title with fourth place from Sergio Perez. The blue team cars dominate (…) “. L’Équipe: “Max Verstappen can’t be stopped.”


La Repubblica: “The world champion is forced to catch up after a pit stop error, but does not miss a single move. Red Bull wins the constructors’ title, reserved for founder Dietrich Mateschitz.” “Tuttosport”: “The US Grand Prix, the 19th race of the world championship, sees winner Max Verstappen. The Dutchman, who was confirmed world champion in recent weeks, not only left his opponents crumbs and even won the race in Austin.”

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Blake: The 5,513-kilometre Circuit of the Americas becomes a rollercoaster ride for world champion Max Verstappen (25) – with a positive ending for him. “

Tages-Anzeiger: “Red Bull really wanted to win for their late founder Dietrich Mateschitz – and almost gave up on Lewis Hamilton.”

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