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Max Verstappen Qualifies 6th for Malaysian GP Despite Being Only 17

What were you doing when you were 17? Maybe qualifying for an F1 Grand Prix on your Xbox or Playstation.  Well, Max Verstappen is doing it for real.  Lewis Hamilton qualified on pole for Sunday's Malaysian Grand Prix, but it was Verstappen who stole the headlines in just his second race. The Toro Rosso driver managed to qualify in sixth place in difficult conditions, despite the amazing fact—pointed out by the BBC—that the young Dutchman "still cannot drive in his home country unless accompanied by a driving license holder." The BBC gave some historical context to Verstappen's achievement.  By qualifying sixth, 17-year-old Max Verstappen secured the highest qualifying position by a teenage driver since...

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