F1 young racer to take driving lessons
The youngest driver in the F1 history Max Verstappen will use his four weeks break to take an intensive driving lessons. He is only 17.
In his hometown Belgium, he has to wait until 18 to get driving license. And he will turn 18 on September 30, three days after the Japanese Grand Prix.
Verstappen said he has been learned theory exam already and just has to wait until 18 and then to do the practical test. He joked that maybe he will a bit too fast on the road.
When he talked about his school course, he said he wanted to focused on F1 right now for this is a precious chance and for study he can finish it later.