World champion Verstappen finished a comfortable 15.186 seconds ahead of Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes while Verstappen's Red Bull teammate Sergio Perez finished third on home soil.
Red Bull driver Max Verstappen becomes only the third driver after Michael Schumacher and Sebastian Vettel to clinch the title with four races to spare.
World champion and runaway series leader Max Verstappen makes the most of his unerring speed and reliability to claim a dramatic victory for Red Bull in his home Dutch Grand Prix.
Red Bull's Max Verstappen went from 14th to first to take a dominant one-two win in Belgian Grand Prix and accelerate his run towards a second Formula One title.
The 24-year-old dominated the Australian Grand Prix from start to finish to take the chequered flag ahead of Red Bull's Sergio Perez by more than 20 seconds.
Valtteri Bottas claimed his first chequered flag of the season while Red Bull driver Max Verstappen finished second to take a six-point lead in the world championship.
Verstappen now leads Hamilton 6-3 for pole positions this season and is in a good position to claw back Hamilton's eight-point lead in the championship.
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