Verstappen claims renowned honor to cover effective end of the week in Imola

Recipe One driver Max Verstappen has been named Sportsman of the Year at the lofty Laurens World Sports Awards.
The 24-year-old is the primary Dutchman to bring home the championship, which has been won multiple times by tennis player Roger Federer and multiple times by runner Usain Bolt.
In 2020 Verstappen’s opponent, Lewis Hamilton, imparted the award to Argentinian footballer Lionel Messi.
Cyclist Annemiek van Vleuten was named for the Comeback of the Year grant in the wake of winning the Olympic time preliminary race in Tokyo, five years after a weighty fall cost her triumph in a similar occasion.
The declaration in Seville on Sunday covered a fruitful end of the week for Verstappen, who overwhelmed the Italian Grand Prix in Imola.
The Red Bull driver dominated the race from shaft position to guarantee his second success in the initial four races of the time, with partner Sergio Perez asserting second spot.
Verstappen had a surprising lift when title pioneer Charles Leclerc misconceived a corner 10 laps from the completion and range off the track while running third. He in the end returned home 6th, permitting Verstappen to cut his lead from 46 focuses to

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