Max Verstappen is only 17 years old, but he's already one of the best drivers in the world.
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He has also done all that without a driving license.
However, he hopes that will soon change.
Per the Press Association, via the Guardian:
Verstappen, who turns 18 in September, will now use the four-week summer break to brush up on his road skills for his driving test. "I'm doing my lessons in the summer break and then will take my test around my birthday in September," he added.
"With the F1 schedule it has been difficult to fit everything in so I’ve had to wait for the break. You need a minimum six or seven hours driving under the laws in Belgium, where I live – and I hope that’s all I need. We’ll see."
As long as he curbs his "need for speed," we are backing him to pass.