This file photo taken on March 9, 2018 shows Sahara Force India's French driver Esteban Ocon drivinmg at the Circuit de Catalunya in Montmelo on the outskirts of Barcelona during the tests for the Formula One Grand Prix season. / AFP / LLUIS GENE
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Max Verstappen says his remarkable success in a short pace of time on the Formula One circuit is not down to being stronger mentally than others, but simply because he enjoys driving fast.The Red Bull pilot -- who aged 18 became the youngest driver to win a Formula One Grand Prix in 2016 in Spain -- is gearing up for the curtain-raising race of the season, the Australian GP in Melbourne this weekend.Verstappen -- who added two further victories to his tally in last year's championship to sweeten the frustrations of seven retirements -- told The Guardian he never pauses to consider how strong he is feeling mentally.Verstappen, whose father Jos also competed in Formula One, had an incredible record in karting racing of 68 wins in his first 70 races.
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