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TEAM: Red Bull
Jos Verstappen believes only politics and the championship race saved Sebastian Vettel from being penalised for his antics in Singapore.
Max Verstappen is pessimistic about Red Bull’s chances of adding to their solitary win so far in the 2017 season.
Pirelli have released the tyre choices for each driver ahead of the Malaysian Grand Prix next weekend, with Ferrari among those adopting more aggressive strategies.
The race calendar for the 2018 season is set to be tweaked as the FIA World Council prepares to meet in Paris this week.
Max Verstappen has revealed that Sebastian Vettel has not apologised following the chaotic start to the Singapore Grand Prix.
Given the beastly nature of the 2017 cars, drivers have to be fitter than ever to be able to handle the challenge of Formula 1.
Max Verstappen reckons Sebastian Vettel wasn’t “smart” at the start of the Singapore GP when he moved across to cover the Dutchman, leading to an accident and retirement.
Christian Horner has revealed that Red Bull feared they would have to retire Daniel Ricciardo’s RB13 midway through the Singapore GP, a race he finished second.
The race stewards have concluded that there was ‘no driver was predominantly to blame’ for the collision between Sebastian Vettel, Max Verstappen and Kimi Raikkonen and no futher action has been taken.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner laughed off Ferrari’s suggestion that Max Verstappen was to blame for the collision that led to him, Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen all having to retire on the first lap.