Max Verstappen’s Supremacy in Native Land Hits Another Level as He Receives a Compliment to Die For

Published 04/02/2023, 7:13 AM EDT

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In recent times and for the coming generation, Max Verstappen has become a hero. The Dutchman has not only won races but he’s done it in style. Verstappen got over the line and won the championship in 2021 scrappily. However, Verstappen convincingly won the championship in 2022 and he did in style by taking a record-breaking 15 race wins. These recent achievements have made him a fan favorite. Now, according to recent revelation, an idol of future generations as well.

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There isn’t a bigger and better driver than Verstappen to lead from the front in the coming years of the sport. The Dutchman is also surrounded by an incredible team who, despite the budget cap punishments, produced an incredible car. However, we can’t deny Verstappen’s individual quality. This quality is making the next generation look up to Verstappen.

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Every new generation gets a driver that becomes the automatic alpha of the pack. For the coming generation, that alpha is Verstappen. How do we know that? As revealed by a tweet, Verstappen was recently told about his influence on the coming generation.

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“Because now in answer to the question: What do you want to be when you grow up? The response often is: I want to be like Max Verstappen.”

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Everybody wants to be Max Verstappen. The Dutchman is already a living legend with his accolades, and there is no doubt he will continue to dominate the sport. However, some experts do believe despite all his strengths, there is still room for improvement.

Despite his dominance in the current seasons, Max Verstappen has room for improvement

It will be difficult to find holes in Verstappen’s ability behind a single-seater for most. However, some experts believe there is still room for improvement in the Dutchman. One such person is Red Bull’s head engineer Paul Monaghan.

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The head engineer said, “If you look at his record over the past seasons he’s been with us, it’s stunning. He wouldn’t achieve that if he wasn’t an exceptional driver. And can he improve? Yes, of course, he can. He might not thank me for saying that.”

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He added, “I think there are areas he can get a little bit better. He’ll dig into himself and think what could he do better for a season, and it’s up to us to give him a car to go and demonstrate those skills.”

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Verstappen is an ultimate professional and is always looking to improve himself. We are sure he will accept all the compliments and constructive criticisms to push himself further.

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Mahim Suhalka

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Mahim Suhalka is an F1 Author at EssentiallySports. This Sports Management post-graduate is an ardent supporter of the Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 team and their lead driver, Lewis Hamilton. The fact that Lewis dominated one of the most expensive sports in the world for all these years, despite his humble beginnings, has been a huge inspiration for Mahim and has made him a tenured fan of the competitive sport itself.
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