F1 championship leader Max Verstappen waltzed to victory with ease at the Hungarian Grand Prix to secure a record-breaking 12th consecutive win for Red Bull.
The Dutchman is well on his way to a third world title having extended his advantage over teammate Sergio Perez to 110 points after 11 races with his 33.731-second win over McLaren's Lando Norris at the Hungaroring.
Verstappen has dominated races all season but despite suggestions the rest of the pack was catching Red Bull, the winning margin was the largest of the campaign.
But where does the result place Verstappen in the list of most commanding victories since the turn of the century? Take a look at the table below!
Biggest F1 winning margins since 2000
|Position||Drivers||Race||Year||Gap to second|
|1||Lewis Hamilton||British GP||2008||1:08.577|
|2||Juan Pablo Montoya||German GP||2003||1:05.459|
|3||Lewis Hamilton||Russian GP||2021||53.271|
|4||Ralf Schumacher||German GP||2001||46.117|
|5||Michael Schumacher||Spanish GP||2001||40.738|
|6||Michael Schumacher||Brazilian GP||2000||39.898|
|7||Ralf Schumacher||Malaysian GP||2002||39.700|
|8||Kimi Raikkonen||Malaysian GP||2003||39.286|
|9||Nico Rosberg||Chinese GP||2016||37.776|
|10||Max Verstappen||Styrian GP||2021||35.743|
|11||Michael Schumacher||Spanish GP||2002||35.630|
|12||Kimi Raikkonen||Hungarian GP||2005||35.581|
|13||Max Verstappen||Hungarian GP||2023||33.731|