Max Verstappen, representing Red Bull, clinched victory at the Las Vegas Formula 1 Grand Prix, marking his 18th win of the season and matching Sebastian Vettel's third-place position in the all-time standings with a total of 53 career triumphs. The three-time world champion dominated the "City of Sin," outpacing Charles Leclerc from Ferrari by over two seconds, executing a pass on Sergio Pérez during the final lap. Despite this, the Mexican driver for Red Bull solidified his hold on second place in the championship, leaving today's seventh-placed Lewis Hamilton from
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