Verstappen is the youngest driver to stand on the podium and the first Dutch race winner since the championship started in 1950.
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Dutch teenager Max Verstappen made Formula One history as the youngest race winner Sunday in a sensational Spanish Grand Prix that saw dominant Mercedes drivers Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg collide and crash out on the opening lap.Verstappen, only 18 and making his debut for the former world champions after being promoted from junior team Toro Rosso a week earlier, beat Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen – at 36 twice his age – by 0.616 seconds.Verstappen was also the youngest driver to stand on the podium and the first Dutch race winner since the championship started in 1950 .Four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel, the previous youngest race winner thanks to his astonishing 2008 Italian Grand Prix victory for Toro Rosso at the age of 21, was third for Ferrari.Rosberg had his lead trimmed to 39 points, with Raikkonen moving up to second ahead of Hamilton.
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