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Max Verstappen Channels Ayrton Senna with Magical, Wet Brazilian GP Performance

Nico Rosberg might win the 2016 Formula One drivers' championship, but even if he does dethrone Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton, the German will only be keeping the seat warm for the heir apparent: Max Verstappen. In Sunday's rainy Brazilian Grand Prix, the 19-year-old Dutchman (Dutchchild?) demonstrated again and again why he had drawn comparisons to Ayrton Senna, one of the greatest drivers ever, before he had driven his first lap in an F1 car. With near-zero visibility at Sao Paulo's Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace, Verstappen produced a drive for the ages, looking at one point like he might have a chance to win before settling for third after Red Bull's tyre gamble went bust. During the endless laps spent behind the saf...

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