To be a Formula 1 world champion takes a lot of dedication and hard work, more so to be a back-to-back world champion, as is Max Verstappen. To this end, a new report from Sport1 has been published, which states that Verstappen has even customised his own private jet to include a racing sim-rig, all so that he can practice while travelling around the world.
This comes via a quote from Red Bull's driver programme boss Helmut Marko who stated: "He even had his private plane converted so that he can fly a simulator in the air in the future. But that's a good thing, too, because Max needs this distraction. In any case, it didn't do him any harm when it came to his two titles."
No doubt this comes in handy preparing for a Grand Prix weekend, but also as Verstappen is quite a notable figure in the competitive sim-racing space, and no doubt enjoys clocking in some hours while jetting around the globe.