Max Verstappen won the British Grand Prix, securing his sixth consecutive Formula One victory. 

Lando Norris defended against Lewis Hamilton to finish second.

Verstappen had a disappointing start but quickly regained the lead and held it until the end, matching McLaren's record of 11 consecutive wins in 1988.

Norris challenged Verstappen throughout the race and managed to hold off Hamilton in a wheel-to-wheel battle.

Hamilton finished in seventh place after starting from seventh on the grid, crediting the crowd for their support.

McLaren's Oscar Piastri achieved a career-best fourth place, and George Russell finished fifth.

Verstappen's teammate Sergio Perez missed out on a podium finish, and Ferrari's strategy didn't work out.

The race showcased Red Bull Racing's dominance, promising an exciting season ahead.