Verstappen on flawed F1 radio: ‘Maybe they didn’t mind’

Verstappen over defecte boardradio: "Vonden ze waarschijnlijk niet zo erg"

Max Verstappen thinks Red Bull didn’t mind having the plate radio out during and after the race in Canada. As for Red Bull, Verstappen was unheard of during and after the race.

Verstappen also won his sixth race of the season in Canada without a radio. It was his fifth win in his last six races, with Sergio Perez’s Monaco win taking him six straight wins. As a result, Verstappen was able to turn his 46-point deficit with Charles Leclerc after the Australian Grand Prix into a 49-point lead over Monegask over six races.

hard race

During the post-race press conference, Verstappen spoke of a tough race in Montreal, where Carlos Sainz challenged him for a long time in the fight for victory. “It was a tough race. I mean, I was expecting a little bit more speed. But it seemed like we weren’t that close compared to Sainz. That’s the only thing I can compare, of course, to Ferrari. And yes, it was a little bit harder than I was expecting. I think our strategy was correct “.

mobile radio

At the end of the race, after Verstappen crossed the line as the winner, it turned out that Dutch Council Radio was no longer working. Verstappen is no longer understood by Red Bull. The Dutchman can laugh after the race. “Yeah, I think it stopped working. I decided to stop. I have no idea when it stopped. I think restarting after the safety car, after the line. I think it worked before or maybe it didn’t. Maybe I don’t mind! As long as I can hear Ganbero Lambiase That’s the main thing.”

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