Agustín Canapino: "Max Verstappen is a crack, but he's still immature"

The multiple Argentine champion gave his opinion on the maneuver between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen at the British Grand Prix.

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As expected, the incident involving the English Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) and the Dutch Max Verstappen (Red Bull) at the start of Grand Prix of Great Britain de F1 It has provoked all kinds of reactions and analyzes. Like the one who did Agustin Canapino, multiple champion of Argentine motorsports.

For the monarch of Super TC2000, Road Tourism y Top Race the incident that occurred on the opening lap of the GP and that ended with Verstappen against Copse's defenses was a dash of race. This is how he made it known to his fans through a thread he shared Twitter and in that it refers to other F.1 pilots who coincide with its position.

Agustin Canapino“Leclerc, Palmer and several others think it was a racing incident and that was it. Both caused the accident, Verstappen in his usual excessive defense and Hamiton who got tired of resigning. Max is crack, but he's still immature; the day he learns to lose, it will be much more complete than today ”, explained the reef.

Due to the reaction of some of his followers to his statements about the current World Cup leader, Canapino added: “Finally I just clarify and reaffirm what I put: Max is from another planet, I enjoy seeing him and we are facing a bug that appears every so often, at a time where it is very difficult to make a difference because of the available information. When it matures, hold on, it will be difficult to beat. "


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  1. Agustín Canapino is a GENIUS with all the lyrics and the tweet he made was perfect… I say in my own opinion that Max is a genius too but he lacks more

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