With F1 racing in his blood, Max Verstappen is already one of the best young superstars on the track. As a result, Max Verstappen cards are helping lead the way with collectors.
The son of a former F1 driver (Jos Verstappen), Max saw early success, becoming the youngest driver and winner in Formula One history.
In 2021, the Belgian-Dutch racer claimed his first F1 championship, besting Lewis Hamilton at the final race of the year to grab the title. However, the win for the Red Bull Racing-Honda driver was controversial. He added his second F1 championship in 2022.
Although this is not every card in existence, the guide below covers several key cards from his career. Many collectors view the 2020 Topps releases as his rookie cards even though there are a few earlier options.
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2016 Top Trumps Grand Prix Heroes Max Verstappen
There aren't many Max Verstappen card choices before 2020, but the Top Trumps Grand Prix Heroes is arguably the best option.
The rounded-edge card is not the easiest to track down, though, especially stateside.
He also has a Grand Prix Helden (German) card from the same year.
2020 Topps Chrome Formula 1 Max Verstappen #6
Among his readily accessible cards, the base Max Verstappen portrait from 2020 Topps Chrome F1 is the most popular. The large Refractor rainbow adds premium editions to chase. His base Refractor is shown below.
Of course, this is just one of the cards in the set for Verstappen. He is actually featured on 13 cards in the base checklist, so collectors have many options.
2020 Topps Chrome Formula 1 Variation Max Verstappen #6
Another chromium F1 card of note is his base image variation. The limited card shows Max sitting with his helmet in his lap.
While not numbered, the image variations fall 1:228 packs overall, meaning this card only appears once in every 2,280 packs, on average.
2020 Topps Chrome Formula 1 Max Verstappen #F1A-MV Autograph #/52
Speaking of rare, the base Chrome F1 autograph is quite limited, as well. The base sticker autograph has only 52 copies. He does have Gold Wave (#/50) and Orange (#/25) editions, which push the total number a bit higher.
2020 Topps Chrome Sapphire Edition Formula 1 Max Verstappen #6
Making the chromium card a little more sparkly, 2020 Topps Chrome Sapphire F1 puts the blue finish on the entire base set, including all 13 Verstappen cards. There are other colorful versions to track down among the parallels.
2020 Topps Chrome Sapphire Edition Formula 1 Variation Max Verstappen #6
Matching the main Chrome F1 series, Sapphire Edition also offers a Max Verstappen image variation. In addition to being easier to pull (1:21 packs), the short-printed cards add parallels.
2020 Topps Dynasty Formula 1 Max Verstappen Autograph Patch
Extreme rarity is on the menu with 2020 Topps Dynasty F1. The high-end product features hard-signed cards numbered to 10 copies or less.
Verstappen has three different base Dynasty Autographed Patch cards, along with a dual-relic autograph, five triple-relic autographs, and a suit flag patch card.
2020 Topps Now Formula 1 Max Verstappen #23 (PR=4,047)
2020 Topps Now F1 is home to the earliest Topps Formula One card for Max Verstappen. The print-to-order card honors his 2020 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix win.
The cards aren't numbered but Topps did announce a print run of just over 4,000 copies.
There are more choices in 2021 Topps Now F1.
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