in our last GPFans Summary We’ll take you on a comprehensive look at the best Formula 1 news today. Below you’ll find the most trending topics from the royal motorsport class, grouped into one article. This way you are fully informed of all the developments in just 2 minutes.
Today, Nyck de Vries told GPFans that he doesn’t understand much about the rumors about him and Williams. Max Verstappen also received praise from many former drivers, Lewis Hamilton decided to respond to the criticism he had received and commentator Nelson Valkenburg responded to his early months as a commentator at Fiablay. This is the recap of GPFans as of Thursday, April 28th.
De Vries was surprised by the rumors of Williams
Nick de Vries has not yet been in contact with the Williams team about a potential switch to Formula 1, he told GPFans. The Sneek driver says he is not aware of the rumors and confirms that he will continue to focus on his Formula E campaign for the time being. Read more? click here!
Hamilton hits back
Seven-times champion Lewis Hamilton responds to the criticism he’s received in recent weeks and states that he is still deciding when to finish. There have also been a lot of comments from former Formula 1 drivers about Hamilton’s performance so far this season. Read Hamilton’s response? click here!
Valkenburg responds to severe criticism of the comments
Nelson Valkenburg will provide commentary on Formula 1 from this season, after the Netherlands have always been accustomed to the loyal voice of Olaf Moll. Valkenburg’s comment, which Melroy Heemskerk has rounded up, is not always greeted with glee, and often faces criticism. The commentator tries to take this as lightly as possible. Read more? click here!
Verstappen received praise after his performance at Imola
Last weekend Max Verstappen dominated Imola, a much-needed victory after the drama in Australia. Gianni Morbidelli, former Formula 1 driver, saw great Verstappen and aggressive Charles Leclerc. According to Morbidelli, the title fight is fully open again after the race weekend at Imola. Read more? click here!
Button praises Verstappen
Jenson Button took a closer look at the competition between Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc and came to the conclusion that the Dutch driver is more aggressive than his counterpart. In addition, the 2009 world champion praises certain qualities of Verstappen. Read more? click here!
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