For the second time in the year the fight for the title of the F1 between english Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) and the Dutch Max Verstappen (Red Bull) ends in a crash. Behind the Grand Prix of Great Britain en Silverstone, where the multiple champion continued in the race and won; the new scene of the dispute was Italian Grand Prix en Monza, although this time neither of them could continue.
When the season still has eight events remaining, the difference between Verstappen and Hamilton is just five points. That, without a doubt, speaks to the faces of the intensity of this battle. Its resolution is something that worries the category. At least that is clear from the words of Ross Brawn, sports manager of the F.1.
In his usual analysis after each race, the former team-manager analyzed what happened on the Italian track and also its possible consequences. “The fans will be divided, I'm sure. It is clear that both pilots could have prevented it "Brawn pointed out.
“I definitely think it's another consequence of two guys going head-to-head and not wanting to give an inch. It's a shame they ended up on the gravel because that could have ended in a great race and they deprived us of that. ", Agregó.
“I am interested to see what impact this has on his battle for the title. We got over the bump at Silverstone, which was a big and controversial accident. Personally, I would not say that the dynamics have changed. There are two roosters in a henhouse right now and we are seeing the consequences "admitted the executive.
And finally he noted: "I don't think any of them will back down at any time for the rest of the year, but I hope the championship is won on the track and not against the guar-rails or in the stewards' room."