Max Verstappen drops hint on Formula One retirement

Karine Grigoryan
Max Verstappen has spoken out on retirement from Formula One after winning the F1 World Championship for the second year in a row.

Max Verstappen drop hint on Formula One retirement

Verstappen secured the title after a win at the Japanese Grand Prix on Sunday, October 9. The Red Bull Racing driver is currently first in the F1 standings with 366 points as there are four races left.

The 25-year-old has a contract with Red Bull until 2028 and has dropped a hint on his future after the conclusion of his deal.

Verstappen said: “It can be a long time but in the end, I don’t see myself driving until I am 40 because I also want to do other stuff.

“I’m having a lot of fun with what I’m doing right now and I’m still in F1 for a couple more years. I’m signed until ’28.

“After that, it depends on how everything is going. I will probably try to do a few different racing things as well because it’s important to try different things.”

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