Formula 1 world champion max stages extended at Red Bull

To at least 2028, stages will stay at Red Bull. This gave the racing team known on Thursday. Staired had expressed his desire for a long-term whereabouts at Red Bull already after the controversial season final 2021 in Abu Dhabi. “There is no reason for a farewell. I want to go for this team for a long time,” he had said at the time.

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Youngest Formula 1 winner of the story

Stipen celebrated its debut in Formula 1 2015 in the cockpit at the Scuderia Toro Rosso. After the fourth race of the 2016 season, he then moved to the Rennstall Red Bull Racing. Equal the first race in the new Boliden he could win and thus not only became the first Dutch Formula 1 winner, but also to the youngest driver who ever imported a Grand Prix Triumph.

At his victory in Barcelona he was 18 years and 228 days young. In the following years, stages developed into a serious competitor of the British Dominator Lewis Hamilton, whose four-year world champion supremacy he could break last year. “Now it is important to keep the number one in the long term on the car,” stages is quoted in a message.

“We are currently working on the new engine regulations that apply from 2026 and wanted to ensure that we have secured ourselves to the best driver for it,” says team boss Christian Horner the long-term extension with stages with the future changes in the rules.

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