“There were a few moments when I thought we had a good chance of winning the title, but I guess the moment I thought we’d win was after Paul Rijkaard, when the feature increased significantly. We had a fairly competitive car, I knew the fight with Ferrari was going to be tight in the next races, but I told myself what we made was a gap that we can no longer close.”. like him Max Verstappen During the solo press conference dedicated to the world champion, he noted that Sunday was crucial from his point of view in the run-up to the second world title that was achieved yesterday in Suzuka, Japan.
In France at Paul Ricard, Charles Leclerc and Ferrari took the lead quite clearly and in the first period of the race the Ferrari driver was able to resist the attacks of Max Verstappen, who overtook his rival stopping before the Ferrari driver to undermine him. Leclerc remained on the right track without immediately responding to Red Bull’s move and He lost control of his Ferrari at Possett’s parking lot He ends up facing the barrier without being able to engage in reverse to continue the Grand Prix.
On that occasion, Leclerc took full responsibility for the error, stating that if 32 points had separated him from Max Verstappen at the end of the season, he would have known where he lost it. Verstappen wins title up front and Ferrari driver on the eve of the Japanese Grand Prix It was instead recognized at the Belgian Grand Prix The moment when it’s definitely Realize the fact that he no longer hopes to win the world title.
In France, Leclerc appeared on the wings of excitement after winning the Austrian Grand Prix, while Verstappen and Red Bull had to deal with tire-management race ghosts at a horror level at the Red Bull Ring. Milton Keynes technicians took a step back in terms of developments in Paul Ricard and also thanks to Leclerc’s mistake a very important victory came which led to 63 points advantage Leclerc in the league. This extensive advantage combined with the awareness of finding the vehicle capable of flying to Great Britain before collecting the wreckage gave Verstappen the serenity to continue a crushing season from then on embellished with impressive comebacks as in Hungary and Belgium.
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