Max Verstappen, the current leader in the Formula 1 championship, showcased a masterful performance at the Hungarian Grand Prix, where his Red Bull team achieved a remarkable feat by securing their twelfth consecutive victory, surpassing McLaren's 1988 record. Lando Norris from McLaren demonstrated strong driving skills, earning a well-deserved second place finish, albeit finishing more than half a minute behind the dominant Verstappen. Meanwhile, Red Bull's co-driver, Sergio Pérez, put on an impressive display, making an extraordinary leap from the ninth starting position to claim a solid third place on the podium.
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