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Max Verstappen on the ropes?


After three years in which he amazed and established himself in the F1, 2018 shows its toughest face to Max Verstappen. In Saturday's practice he destroyed his Red Bull after a mistake and did not participate in qualifying, something that forced him to start last with all that that means in the street circuit of Montecarlo.

Max Verstappen on the ropes?It was the Dutchman's ninth incident in six races., among which stand out the spin he did at the Australian GP when he came fourth and that made him lose two places, the touches to English Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) and German Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull) at the Chinese GP, and the crash with his Australian teammate Daniel Ricciardo at the Azerbaijan GP ...

This new setback caused harsh statements from Christian horner, head of the Austrian squad. “You don't have much of a chance to win a Monaco Grand Prix. (Verstappen) has to learn from this and stop making mistakes. He knows it better than anyone ", assured the team-manager. "He had a car capable of winning and that is what will hurt him the most", Agregó.

The present of the 20-year-old also motivated an analysis of the Austrian Niki Lauda, three times champion and current advisor to Mercedes. “How is the Verstappen thing solved? Changing your brain ... You need to change the chip ", Assured.

Max Verstappen on the ropes?

Although no one doubts his talent, Verstappen seems to lose his temper at Ricciardo's better results and that ends with mistakes that pay dearly. He, more than anyone, should know that at Red Bull they don't usually have a lot of patience.

He already lived it in 2016 when he arrived at the main team of Dietrich Mateschitz replacing the Russian Daniil Kvyat, who made several mistakes in the first four races of that tournament. It is up to Max that the same thing does not happen to him and the first step was taken on Sunday with 9th place, which he achieved in a great comeback ...

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