The question of whether Max Verstappen and Red Bull’s dominance in motor racing is beneficial for the sport has sparked a debate. Surprisingly, McLaren CEO Zak Brown defends Verstappen’s dominance and suggests that it could actually contribute to the growth of the sport. Brown draws a comparison between Verstappen’s dominance and Tiger Woods’ dominance in golf, noting that people appreciate witnessing an athlete excel in their respective field. While Brown acknowledges that he wouldn’t want the dominance to continue indefinitely, he believes that it is currently sustainable and that the level of competition remains captivating. Woods himself supports Brown’s defense of Verstappen’s dominance, revealing that Michael Schumacher and Ferrari’s dominant period in Formula 1 from 2000 to 2004 piqued his interest in the sport. Despite some self-interest, Brown believes that Verstappen’s dominance could ultimately have positive effects on Formula 1.