“It would be better if the cars were too light” – Max Verstappen is correctly unaffected with the modern era of Formula 1, and expects more overtake thereafter.
Max Verstappen is known for speaking his heart out, and this time, Formula 1 has a message from the Dutchman. Formula 1 has completed 70 years of existence, but the level of enthusiasm has unfortunately declined. It is so anticipated that only Mercedes and Red Bull have won titles in the last decade. Prior to that decade, the winners included Ferrari, Renault, McLaren, Bron and Red Bull.
Yes boys For the season! A big thank you @redbullracing And @ HondaRacingF1 For all their hard work. Let’s keep moving forward next year 💪 A big thanks to all the fans for the support It’s now time to relax a bit. All be safe # FIAPrizeGiving2020 pic.twitter.com/A1lobyLYpA
– Max Verstappen (@ Max33Verstappen) December 18, 2020
According to Verstappen, and many other racers, With Carlos SainzThe modern era of F1 is not appealing enough. These days there is more focus on the car than the driver, because these days it is very much lacking. He was talking to veteran David Collihard Racingnews365.nl.
“You know what the problem is, you can’t get ahead of these cars, at least not on most circuits. So you always want to go one-stop.”
“That way you can walk yourself a little bit, causing the person behind you to get stuck. At that point, it’s up to you as a driver to keep the tires in one piece until the pits. Do not shut down. On other circuits, however, we sometimes have to release the gas to save fuel, as the fuel tank does not go full throttle all the time.
“It would be better, even for the tires, if the cars were too light.”
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