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Max Verstappen keeps starting number 1: “The best there is”

Just like this season, Max Verstappen will also race next year with starting number 1, according to Verstappen the “most beautiful starting number there is”.

F1 drivers have been driving with a fixed starting number for several years, but as a world champion you can choose between your fixed starting number and starting number 1. Max Verstappen exchanged his starting number 33 for starting number 1 and he will do so in 2023, he said. in Abu Dhabi.

“Yes, I will use starting number 1 again next season,” said Verstappen. “For me, starting number 1 is the best starting number you can have as a race driver.”

“How often in your F1 career do you get the chance to drive number 1? You do not know.”

“I can always return to starting number 33 when I am no longer world champion. But as long as I am world champion I will use starting number 1 every year.”

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