At the Mexican Grand Prix this past weekend, Red Bull driver Max Verstappen surpassed two-time Formula 1 champion Alpin driver Fernando Alonso in total career laps.
25-year-old Dutchman Verstappen scored 61 laps in Mexico and brought his figure in his career to 1798 laps. Alonso has 1,770 career-leading laps to his credit. It is curious that Verstappen is still inferior to Alonso in terms of leading kilometers – the difference between them remains 15 kilometers.
Max Verstappen ranks ninth in career lead laps. The leader in this indicator is the seven-time world champion Lewis Hamilton. On account of his 5437 circles in the lead position in the race.