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.
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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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