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Max Verstappen

Verstappen's most 'enjoyable' 2023 win

The World Champion has 10 to choose from, so which race win has he selected as his best of 2023?

Max Verstappen feels his victory in the Miami Grand Prix was his "most enjoyable" of an almost perfect first-half of the 2023 Formula 1 season.

Verstappen heads into the summer break on 314 points of a possible 336 after taking 10 wins from 12 races and two of three Sprint victories in the dominant Red Bull RB19.

The two-time World Champion has won the last eight races on the trot, closing in on Sebastian Vettel's all-time record of nine which he can surpass by winning both the Dutch and Italian Grands Prix - which he did in 2022.

And the Dutchman has selected Miami as his highlight of the season so far - a race Sky F1 pundit Karun Chandhok believes 'broke' Sergio Perez.

Verstappen in Miami

"It's difficult to choose. There have been a lot of nice ones, some straightforward," Verstappen told media including RacingNews365.

"I think the one actually which I really enjoyed was Miami.

"It's a tough track to get through the field but we managed that whole race quite well after, of course, the tough Qualifying (Verstappen started ninth after aborting his Q3 lap before a red flag ended the session).

"For me, that was a very enjoyable one but honestly also [Belgium], and Hungary - there are a lot of nice ones.

"I think also throughout the first part of the season, we have improved as a team.

"From my side, I feel more comfortable in the car, and it's all about little details.

"There are a lot of enjoyable moments, and it's tough to pick one."

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