Max Verstappen took a home victory at Zandvoort on Sunday afternoon.

It was the first Grand Prix to took place in the Netherlands for 36 years. Roared on by a crowd of 70,000 overwhelmingly Dutch fans at the Zandvoort track, the Red Bull driver kept ahead of his British arch-rival and world champion Lewis Hamilton and now leads the championship table by three points. Hamilton and team-mate Valtteri Bottas, who finished third, worked together in an effort to stop the Dutchman, but their efforts failed. ‘They were just too fast today,’ Hamilton was heard to say over the radio.

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The crowd was decked out in bright orange shirts and lit orange flares during and after the race.