Runaway Formula One leader Max Verstappen won a rain-marred Dutch Grand Prix to equal Sebastian Vettel's F1 record of nine straight victories.
The Red Bull star clinched on Sunday his third straight win from pole position at the Zandvoort track, with veteran Aston Martin driver Fernando Alonso finishing second and picking up a bonus point for the fastest lap.
"I already had goosebumps when they were playing the national anthem before the start. Even with all the bad weather and the rain the fans were still going at it, an incredible atmosphere," Verstappen said. "I'm going to enjoy this. It's always tough, the pressure is always on to perform."
Alpine driver Pierre Gasly crossed the line in fourth place behind Red Bull driver Sergio Perez, but the Frenchman moved up to third because Perez was given a five-second penalty for speeding in the pit lane.
Perez ended up fourth ahead of Ferrari's Carlos Sainz Jr and Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton in sixth.
The chaotic race was held up for 40-minutes by a late red flag after Alfa Romeo's Zhou Guanyu crashed. It restarted with a rolling start on Lap 65 of 72, in a race that featured multiple tire swaps as changing weather conditions played havoc with strategy calls.
The race restarted with Verstappen ahead of Alonso, Perez and Gasly. After two laps behind the safety car, Verstappen comfortably pulled away for his 11th win of a dominant campaign to stretch his lead over Perez to 138 points.
Vettel set the consecutive wins record in 2013 with Red Bull during its first dominant era - when he won four straight titles - and Verstappen's victory was a record-extending 14th straight for Red Bull dating back to last year's final race.
Verstappen also moved closer to his own F1 record of 15 wins set last year and onto 46 overall. Verstappen, who turns 26 next month, is already fifth all-time in wins. Alain Prost (51) and Vettel (53) are within his sights with nine races left.
The 42-year-old Alonso is enjoying a resurgence and is confident of getting his 33rd career win at some point.
"We will win one race. We're getting closer," he said. "The car was flying, it was very competitive, very easy to drive. In these conditions you need a car that you can trust and I did trust the car today."