As part of the Red Bull launch review, Max Verstappen gives a new Lewis Hamilton crash conclusion.


As part of the Red Bull launch review, Max Verstappen gives a new Lewis Hamilton crash conclusion.

At the Hungarian Grand Prix on Sunday, Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton will face off once more.

Max Verstappen has stated that he will put his displeasure over his high-speed incident with Lewis Hamilton at this month’s British Grand Prix behind him and focus on the next race in Hungary, which takes place on Sunday. On the opening lap at Silverstone, the Red Bull driver, who now leads his Mercedes counterpart in the Drivers’ Championship, was sent crashing into the barriers, ending his hopes of a fourth consecutive victory.

Hamilton was given a ten-second penalty after taking the lead from Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc with two circuits to go, but he mounted an amazing comeback to win on home soil.

After his early retirement, Verstappen was transported to the hospital for precautionary examinations, and the 23-year-old had no qualms about voicing his frustrations on Twitter.

He said that Hamilton and Mercedes’ post-race celebrations were disrespectful and excessive in light of the circumstances, and stated that he was enraged by his rival’s ‘risk’ on-track maneuver.

Christian Horner, the Red Bull team principal, was equally enraged with the seven-time world champion, bemoaning his decision to move up the inside at Copse corner and claiming that his punishment was insufficient.

Behind the scenes, the fallout from the incident is still simmering, with Red Bull filing a ‘petition for review’ with the FIA on Tuesday afternoon regarding Hamilton’s penalty.

Verstappen, on the other hand, has stated that the hubbub around the incident would not affect his performance at the Hungarian Grand Prix, where he hopes to increase his slim lead at the top of the standings.

In a Red Bull preview, Verstappen said, “I don’t have much to say about all the media hype, and to be honest, I’m not interested in getting involved in any of that.”

“I was in the vehicle when it happened at Silverstone, and I obviously have strong feelings about how my race ended.

“But right now, all I care about is making sure we’re as good as we can be on the track so we can stay ahead in the championship.

“The team can handle the official side of things and anything else that needs to be looked at following the crash, but my role is the.”Brinkwire Summary News”.


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